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Oct 25, 2022
The Great’s Elle Fanning On Fame, Feminism And Finding Herself

Oh my God, it’s four in the morning?” marie claire’s October cover star, Elle Fanning gasps. “That’s insane. Surely we can pick a better time to talk?”

“It’s fine,” I assure her. “Australian journalists are used to waking up at the crack of dawn for interviews with international stars.”

“Oh no, I’m so sorry. We need to make this quick! You have to get back to bed,” she insists. Even in our line of work, it’s not every day a Hollywood A-lister concerns themselves with your sleep schedule. However, Elle’s manners show the telltale signs of a Southern upbringing, even if her sunny Californian accent has no hint of a Southern drawl.

The actor and latest ambassador for Paco Rabanne’s new fragrance ‘Fame’ is chatting to marie claire from London, where she’s currently filming the third season of her hit television series The Great. It’s 9pm for her after a long day on set, her Chinese takeaway is waiting on the table until she completes our interview, and yet Elle is beaming.

I can’t actually see her—we’ve gone old school with a phone call rather than the “new normal” Zoom interview—but she’s one of those people who talks with such excitement and joy, you can hear her ear-to-ear smile as she speaks. And rightly so. The 24-year-old actor has plenty to smile about.

It’s been quite the year for Elle, who gained widespread critical acclaim for her surprising turn playing an uncharacteristically dark role in The Girl from Plainville, while also picking up an Emmy nomination for The Great.

News of the nomination came to her via her co-star Nicholas Hoult, who also received a nod for his work as Peter.
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Oct 24, 2022
Elle Fanning on ‘playing pretend’ and Paco Rabanne

Elle Fanning is the face of Paco Rabanne’s freshest fragrance, FAME.

“PLAYFUL. SENSUAL. Empowered … She’s an icon. She’s a star,” reads the press release for Paco Rabanne’s freshest fragrance, FAME. And while these notes on the perfume are accurate, they may as well be describing Rabanne’s latest ambassador, Elle Fanning.

Fanning is the new face of the Couturier’s famed fragrance — and she’s in good company amongst a storied list of Paco Rabanne muses, including Audrey Hepburn and Brigitte Bardot.

The embodiment of young, contemporary America, Fanning is as multi-faceted as the classic muses and ultramodern as ever. Accordingly, she is the essence of the FAME woman; the wearer of an olfactory signature that contrasts a trio of incense with vanilla and sandalwood — sensuality with free spirit.

Below, the actress opens up about olfactory memories, what it is like to “play pretend for a career” and what it means to be a Paco Rabanne woman.

You have been an actor practically all your life. Looking back, how has this shaped you as a person?
I get to play pretend as a career, and because I’ve been doing it since I was so little, it’s allowed me to live in my imagination. I am not afraid to dream and take risks.

Throughout your career, you have been a ghost, a Disney princess, an alien, a 19th-century author, an 18th-century empress… What is it like to slip into different characters?
No matter what kind of character I’m playing, I always try to find empathy for them. I learn about myself with each character that I play. I am currently filming season 3 of The Great, so currently
thinking about Catherine. This is the longest I’ve played any character and she has meant so much to me as I figure out who I want to be in this world.
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Oct 17, 2022
News on the Site

Hello everyone! I would like to apologize for not being here as much as I wanted the past months. It was a really hard summer and I haven’t the time to focus on sites and update with all the stuff that I have and everything. I am really sorry but I needed to work and also, work on myself too.

Anyway, I would like to let you know that I am here again! I am not going to have all the time that I haven’t before but, with everything being organized, I am going to focus on this site again. So, please, come to visit the site to take a look to the updates and be patient with news an uploads.

Also, I want to change some things here and one of these ones are the paparazi and candids photos. I am not feeling fine posting candids and I am thinking on it since the beginning of this year…I think we must protect our girl and don’t post her private life. So, I am not going to post candids except for her arriving premieres, events, on set…And, the old paparazzi photos will be deleted soon. With this, I think we will respect her and also, I can get more space to upload outtakes, magazines…and more great stuff.

Big thanks for being here

Anne


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Oct 3, 2022
Elle Fanning at the 74th Primetime Emmys

Elle Fanning attends the 74th Primetime Emmys at Microsoft Theater on September 12, 2022 in Los Angeles. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the beautiful photos!

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Aug 19, 2022
Elle Fanning Keeps You Guessing

The Emmy-nominated star of The Great talks growing up on-screen and her deep love of Paris Hilton.

For W’s third annual TV Portfolio, we asked 21 sought-after names in television to pay homage to their favorite small screen characters by stepping into their shoes.

At just 24 years old, Elle Fanning has had a career that would strike envy in the hearts of even the most seasoned actors. Her film credits boast a who’s who of top directors, among them David Fincher (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), J.J. Abrams (Super 8), Mike Mills (20th Century Women), and Sofia Coppola (Somewhere and The Beguiled). Now, Fanning is conquering television with her Emmy-nominated turn as The Great’s Catherine the Great—a part created by The Favourite’s cowriter Tony McNamara and Fanning’s first leading role on TV. Determined not to be typecast, Fanning followed up the second season of the dark comedy with The Girl From Plainville, Hulu’s limited series in which she transformed into Michelle Carter, the real-life teenager at the center of the texting-suicide case of Conrad Roy. “With each project, I have to go from one drastic thing to the next,” she says. “I want people to expect the unexpected from me, in the words of Big Brother.” It’s an approach that’s proven to be particularly fruitful—so much so, it’s almost easy to forget that she got her start as a toddler, playing a younger version of her sister Dakota’s character in 2001’s I Am Sam. Here, she discusses coming of age on-screen and her respect for one of reality TV’s most iconic duos.

Your sister introduced you to The Simple Life, right?

Right, though every two years or so, I’ll watch the show again. I love Nicole Richie. I love Paris Hilton. I’ve gotten to meet Paris a couple times, and she is the nicest and coolest. It was so fascinating hearing in Paris’s documentary how she put on this persona for the reality show. It’s quite clever. My sister and I would watch it and act out the scenes. I would normally be Nicole Richie, and she would be Paris. We would say “That’s hot” and “Loves it.” Finally, I get to dress up as Paris and have the dog, because Dakota always had the Chihuahua

You’ve been working for over two decades now. Have you ever felt boxed in by the child actor label?

It’s maybe not so much about the child actor label. As an actor in general, no matter what age, people want to put you in a box and describe the types of roles you should be doing or what you’re capable of. That can be hard when you’re a child, because you haven’t learned your limitations yet. But that really fueled my fire, because I would always try to make the daring choice, to challenge myself and really push the boundaries. Like with The Great and The Girl From Plainville, I had two weeks between those shows, and they are polar opposites. It was such a challenge, going from one set that’s a satire comedy to this very raw, real-life-drama, true-crime story.
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Aug 19, 2022
Elle Fanning: “I have an opinion and I’m not afraid to share it”

The actress and producer on the second season of The Great and how she’s taking control in her industry

If you want to make Elle Fanning happy, tell her how good her English accent is. “Oh really?” she beams at me. “I love that, thank you. It’s the best compliment ever when people who have seen The Great don’t believe I’m American. I’m like; ‘Yes, we’ve succeeded.’”

Her English intonation is on excellent form in The Great’s second season, which debuts on Channel 4 this week. The comedy-drama series, which bills itself as an “occasionally true” retelling of the story of Catherine the Great, was a smash hit in its first incarnation, garnering multiple awards and nominations – including a Golden Globe nod for Fanning. While season two has already premiered in the states (and has just earned her another Emmy nomination) the UK release, Fanning explains, is perhaps more meaningful. “We film in this little studio in East London and all of our crew and most of the cast is English, so I feel like we’re ultimately a British show.”

“The set is honestly probably even more fun than you even think it is,” she continues. “We just have become such a family; I genuinely love them with all my heart. And then when you add in the humour of the show, it’s inevitable you’re just going to be laughing nonstop. Wait until you see the blooper reel.” The second season was, if possible, even more fun to film, she says. “A lot of it was shot during lockdown so the only socialisation we had was when we were on set and inevitably you just get so much closer to everyone,” she says. “The party scenes were the best, because it was the only time any of us actually got to go to a party that year!” Her accent, one assumes, is not the only thing she has perfected filming this show; “Oh, the British sense of humour? Absolutely. Dry, very witty, sharp. I love it.”

Fanning is 24, but her general demeanour belies her years. She is confident and erudite while demonstrating a humility that speaks to experience rather than naivety. She has an ‘old soul’, as they say, and it is not hard to see why. Fanning began her career before her third birthday and has accrued the sort of CV that would make a freshly graduated drama student faint with glee – from Disney blockbuster Maleficent opposite Angelina Jolie to critically acclaimed cult films, like Nicolas Winding Refn’s The Neon Demon and two collaborations with Sofia Coppola: 2010’s Somewhere and 2017’s The Beguiled.
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Jul 19, 2022
Sony Pushes Elle Fanning, Dakota Fanning’s ‘The Nightingale’ to December 2022

TriStar’s “The Nightingale,” starring Dakota Fanning and Elle Fanning, was pushed another year and will now be released on December 23, 2022, Sony announced on Friday.

“The Nightingale,” which was in preproduction before worldwide film shoots halted last March, was initially due to be released on Christmas Day 2020. It was then pushed and was scheduled to be released this year on December 22.

In December 2019, TheWrap exclusively reported that Mélanie Laurent (“Galveston”) would direct the period drama from a script by Dana Stevens. Elizabeth Cantillon was to produce through her production company The Cantillon Company. Based on Kristin Hannah’s worldwide best-seller of the same name, “Nightingale” marks the first time the Fannings will play sisters on screen.

“The Nightingale” follows two sisters coming of age in France on the eve of World War II and their struggle to survive the German occupation of France. The story is inspired by the courageous women of the French Resistance who helped downed Allied airmen escape Nazi-occupied territory and hid Jewish children.

Hannah’s book became a hit after it was published in 2015. It has since been published in 45 languages and sold more than 3.5 million copies in the U.S. alone. It has become No. 1 New York Times best-seller and spent a total of 114 weeks on the New York Times Bestsellers List. It was also named the best book of the year by BuzzFeed, iTunes, Library Journal, The Wall Street Journal, Goodreads and others. [Source]


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Jul 19, 2022
Elle Fanning Fan has new layouts

Hello everyone!

I am so happy to let you know that Elle Fanning Fan has new layouts! After 2 years with the same one, it was time to change this.

Thanks to my brother Nicky for this great gift and big thanks to Gemma because she is the best designer ever and I really love the new style here! What do you think? If you find errors or something, please, contact me.

Also, some changes are coming here…going to make some new sections and also, I need to add a lot of old photos and stuff. And, well, I am thinking on some changes with the gallery but will let you know as soon as I can take a decission.

If you have suggestions or comments, please, feel free to contact me. Thanks to everyone for visiting and supporting the site.

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The Great (TV Series)

Role: Catherine
Release Date: 2020
A royal woman living in rural Austria during the seventeenth century is forced to choose between her own personal happiness and the future of Russia, when she marries an Emperor.

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Role: Isabelle
Release Date: 2022
The lives of two sisters living in France are torn apart at the onset of World War II. Based on Kristin Hannah's novel 'The Nightingale'.

The Girl from Plainville (TV Series)

Role: Michelle Carter
Release Date: 2022
A young woman from a small town in Massachusetts is accused of persuading her boyfriend to commit suicide.

Francis and the Godfather

Role: Ali MacGraw
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Young director Francis Ford Coppola faces off against producer Robert Evans during the production of 'The Godfather.'

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The founder of the all-male strip club, Chippendales, becomes suspicious of the New York choreographer he hired to help turn it into a highly-successful enterprise.
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