Countdown to legality
You're at a hip L.A. nightspot when you spy a sexy little number who has you pitching a tent like one of the kids in The Blair Witch Project. But will seducing her have you bragging to your friends or heading to the big house? To help you out, here's a clip-and-save guide to remind you when some of filmdom's choicest hotties make that crucial transition from jailbait to barely legal.
Lacey puts the "fun" in "f-underage." She sizzled onscreen in Lost In Space and on the tube in Party Of Five, but it won't be legal to have a party of two (or three, God willing) with her until Sept. 30, 2000.
She won an Academy Award for The Piano in 1993, but anyone who's seen Anna in such films as Hurlyburly and She's All That knows she's also Paquin much sex appeal. Sorry, guys, but it won't be legal to play her piano until July 24, 2000.
Kirsten first grabbed our attention in Interview With The Vampire, but since then she's vamped her way through such titillating fare as Dick and The Virgin Suicides. Unfortunately for us, however, she won't turn 18 until April 30, 2001. Thank heaven for little girls, indeed.
After her cameo in Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut, our eyes have been wide open whenever we see this teen tease on the silver screen. Leelee may be the first virgin to play Joan Of Arc, but readers can finally change that, legally: She turned 18 on June 10.
Ella Corinne Beatty-Bening
It's too soon to tell, but we're guessing that with genes like these, the newborn daughter of Warren Beatty and Annette Bening will be a real babe by the time she turns legal on April 8, 2018.