With her blonde locks and adorable plump cheeks, she couldn’t look more different to the terrifying beauty staring down at her.
This is the first look at Vivienne Pitt in her debut acting role – playing the young Princess Aurora opposite her mother Angelina Jolie in Maleficent.
Dressed in a sweet yellow dress, Vivienne, then four, gazes up at her mother in a forest setting.
First look: Angelina Jolie and daughter Vivienne in a still from the new Disney movie Maleficent.
Carefree: A trailer shows Vivienne, then four, running through a flower meadow; she plays the young Princess Aurora.
Carefree: The youngster was the only child who didn’t freak out when they saw Angelina in costume.
Angelina, dressed in her character’s black coat and with horns rising from her head, stares severely down at her daughter.
The Sleeping Beauty reboot promises to tell the untold story of Maleficent, who was simply a nemesis in the original animated 1959 Disney film who put Princess Aurora to sleep.
The highly anticipated film is slated for release on May 30 and co-stars Sharlto Copley and Juno Temple.
All grown up: Elle Fanning plays Princess Aurora in her older years, and is seen approaching the posioned needle that puts her to sleep in another new still from the movie.
Highly anticipated: The film is slated for release on May 30 and co-stars Sharlto Copley and Juno Temple.
She really is a Sleeping Beauty: Elle lies in bed, playing the part of the fabled princess.
Magical: As a bid budget Disney movie, the film is sure to thrill both children and adults alike.
Elle Fanning plays Princess Aurora in her older years, and is seen approaching the posioned needle that puts her to sleep in another new still from the movie.
And in further shots Angelina, who takes the title role, is seen in all her evil glory.
In a trailer for the film, the traditional fairytale castle is seen before the camera pans to show a swirling, sinister forest.
Vivienne as the young Aurora is seen running carefree through a meadow before it cuts to the older Princess, first meeting Maleficent.
Her prince: Another still appears to show the fairytale castle.
Terrifying: Angelina, who takes the title role, is seen in all her evil glory.
‘I know who you are,’ says Elle as Aurora. ‘You’ve been watching over me my whole life. I know you’re there.
‘Your shadow has been following me ever since I was small. Don’t be afraid.’
In a deep, bewitching voice, Angelina replies: ‘I am not afraid. And told to ‘come out then’ she adds spookily: ‘Then you’ll be afraid.’
Both Angelina and fiancé Brad Pitt have said they do not want their six children following them into acting.
Sleeping Beauty reboot: The film promises to tell the untold story of Maleficent, who was simply a nemesis in the original animated 1959 Disney film who put Princess Aurora to sleep.
Bewitching: The child actors who saw Angelina Jolie in costume were so scared they ran away.
But despite her tender age it seems that Vivienne, who is now five, may be a natural.
And it was the actress’ own idea to have Vivienne play the young Aurora.
‘We think it’s fun for our kids to have cameos and join us on set, but not to be actors,’ she told EW.
‘That’s not our goal, for Brad and I, at all. But the other three- and four-year-old [performers] wouldn’t come near me.
Bewitching: The Mistress Of Evil’s story has not previously been told.
Spooky: Angelina wears horns on her head, and carries a staff as she emerges from the shadows.
‘It had to be a child that liked me and wasn’t afraid of my horns and my eyes and my claws. So it had to be Viv.’
But not all of the Jolie-Pitt brood were so blasé about her costume.
‘When Pax saw me for the first time, he ran away and got upset – and I thought he was kidding, so I was pretending to chase him until I actually found him crying.’
‘Then you will be afraid’: Maleficent walks through the castle.
Despite the initial scare, her son did get over it, enough that he and Zahara, eight, were extras on set.
‘I had to walk by them being very mean,’ Angelina explained. ‘Of course, I wanted to stop and wink at them.’
Angelina and Brad also have children Maddox, 12, Shiloh, seven and Vivienne’s twin Knox, together.