The Lovely Bones, based on Alice Sebold's acclaimed 2002 novel, has plenty of box-office draws. There's the director, superstar Peter Jackson of Lord of the Rings fame. Then there's the all-star cast, including Mark Wahlberg, Stanley Tucci, Susan Sarandon and Rachel Weisz. Add to that a story that kept book clubs everywhere on the edges of their seats, and you've got a recipe for greatness. But the standout of the film might come in the form of Saoirse Ronan, who at 15 has already made quite an impression on the Hollywood community. At 13, she was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar® for her role in Atonement. This season, her name is appearing on the short list again, this time for her portrayal of Susie Salmon, who narrates The Lovely Bones from the "in-between" world of the living and the dead. Ronan filled us in on working with Jackson, the movie's dark premise and what it's like being a teenager at the Oscars.