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Posted by admin on February 8th, 2020 / No Comments

Elle Fanning has large shoes to fill in her portrayal of Catherine the Great.

Otherwise known as Catherine II, but born Princess Sophie of Anhalt-Zerbst, Catherine was Empress of Russia and served as the country’s longest-ruling female leader for more than three decades from 1762 to 1796.

Most recently played by Helen Mirren in the HBO series “Catherine the Great,” the historic figure is now being channeled by Fanning, 21, in “The Great,” a satirical comedy set in 18th century Russia that chronicles the meteoric and unlikely rise of Catherine.

Fanning spoke with reporters at the Television Critics Association winter press tour at the Langham Huntington in Pasadena, Calif. last month, and when asked by Fox News what she’s learned about herself throughout her journey as Catherine, Fanning gave an interesting explanation for dealing with “serious situations.”

“I really had to let my guard down because I think there’s something with drama that you can kind of hide behind something sometimes when it’s like, ‘Oh, it’s a very serious situation’ but with comedy, there’s no hiding behind anything,” she said. “Like, you have to be bare and be on it and you have to be really in the scene and reacting and especially with this language.”

Fanning explained to the group of reporters that the era in which she is thrust into performing created a dichotomy among herself and the dialogue that she initially found difficulty adjusting to.

“It’s also kind of like Shakespeare, weirdly, this dialogue – because I have never done Shakespeare, but I’m assuming… we have to be word-perfect, very specific,” Fanning said. “So memorizing the lines is something that is of the utmost importance. And we have such respect for the words that if you add an ‘and’ or ‘the,’ it’s like, ‘Oh my… what did I do?’”

“We really care that much,” she added. “We’re saying it’s kind of like the ‘West Wing’ period with all these words kind of going back and forth but it’s amazing. Definitely, my mind is at work.”

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Posted by admin on February 8th, 2020 / No Comments

Elle Fanning may only be 21 years old, but she’s racked up a century of life experience from her acting gigs alone. She’s played Aurora, the Disney princess doomed to a life of permanent slumber at the hands of her father’s scornful ex in Maleficent. She’s been Teen Spirit’s Violet, a small-town girl entering an international singing contest to escape her complicated home life. She’s chased aliens as Alice in Super 8. She survived an apocalypse as Grace in I Think We’re Alone Now.

With all those roles came their wildly different beauty looks, all of which have informed Fanning’s real-life eccentricity bit by bit since she began acting at three years old. As she adds two more films (The Roads Not Taken and All the Bright Places) to that always-growing portfolio of work, we asked the actress about her recent beauty obsessions — including the colorist behind her signature blonde hair, her go-to perfume, and the best tip she ever learned from older sister Dakota Fanning.

ALLURE: You’ve been in the spotlight since you were a pre-teen. Now that you’re 21, how do you think your outlook on beauty has changed?

ELLE FANNING: “I have a very eclectic style, and I take pride in being able to show a lot of different sides of myself. I love the red carpet, funny enough, because it’s a creative outlet for me. Ever since I was young, my mom would allow me to dress up in crazy outfits and go out of the house and just express myself. I feel so fortunate that I got to have that because I got to find who I am, but I’m still discovering. I don’t think I follow the trends that much — I try to be unique to myself. I think that’s important.”

A: What’s the best beauty tip you’ve learned from your sister, Dakota?

EF: “My sister’s really good at doing her makeup. Whenever she’s doing her makeup, I always try to learn and look. She really uses her hands a lot to apply everything, and I feel like a lot of the best makeup artists do. She loves products that can kind of go everywhere. It’s like you paint the eyes, go on the cheeks, and do a bit on the lips.”

A: Your natural freckles are such a key part of your red-carpet beauty. How do you keep them noticeable underneath base makeup?

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Posted by admin on January 21st, 2020 / No Comments

At 21, she’s already a seasoned Hollywood pro. This month, she adds YA romance All the Bright Places on Netflix to her impressive oeuvre, with even greater things to come.

I meet Elle Fanning in a London hotel restaurant, where she jumps up to hug me the minute I arrive. It is noon on Sunday, “so should we order breakfast or lunch?” she asks the waiter, who is just as uncertain. He says she probably knows the menu better than he does by now, given that she’s been living here for six months while filming Hulu’s forthcoming show The Great, about Catherine the Great. I tell her I want this interview to be a natural conversation rather than a recitation of a list of questions. “Oh, good,” she says, her blond hair falling onto the straps of her babydoll petticoat dress, a smudge of last night’s mascara under one eye. “Interviews terrify me! No matter how comfortable you feel or how lovely the person, it’s still like, what I say is gonna be out there forever.”

Fanning began her career at age two, playing the younger version of her elder sister, Dakota Fanning, in various screen productions. By the age of four, she was winning her own parts, such as a cheeky preschooler in the Eddie Murphy film Daddy Day Care. (I rewatched it recently; you can already see the talent in the wide-eyed, imaginative kid who seems to be following the script intuitively.) By 2005, she was playing the child of Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett’s characters in Babel, reuniting with the pair three years later in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Her grandmother homeschooled her and chaperoned her on film and TV sets. (Her mom did the same with Dakota.) Yet in Fanning’s mind, she tells me, she was still simply playing. At home, initially in Georgia until the family moved to L.A. for the girls’ work, she and Dakota were “always dressing up and having these elaborate fantasies that we would play out,” so she hadn’t fully understood this was also a career. When Fanning was nine and cast as a girl with Tourette’s syndrome in Phoebe in Wonderland, she was taken by the director to meet children with the same condition for research. Something clicked, and she could almost see her future. “I realized, Oh, this is a job, and I’m telling someone’s story, and there is a responsibility of getting it right,” says Fanning.

She is such easy company, with a certain bubbly innocence. You can see why Disney cast her as Princess Aurora against Angelina Jolie’s Maleficent. It’s a role she first took on at age 14, but she’s 21 now, and after doing last fall’s sequel, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, she and Jolie are on different terms. “Angelina’s and my relationship definitely changed. She didn’t have to look at me as a kid; she didn’t have to censor what she could talk about.” She laughs. “That was exciting, to have that relationship.”

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Posted by admin on December 18th, 2019 / No Comments

At 21 years old, actress Elle Fanning has an impressive list of credits under her belt. Appearing on the silver screen at just three years old, she most recently stole our hearts as Princess Aurora in Disney sequel, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, a character she first portrayed at 16.

Outside of the cinema, the Hollywood princess have also had an affinity for fashion and beauty—specifically with Italian fashion house Miu Miu, for which Elle made her runway debut at Paris Fashion Week last year. Now, the long-time friend of Miu Miu is also the face of the house’s latest fragrance, the Miu Miu Twist. The campaign, released earlier this year, saw Elle hopping from one set to another, being her quirky self as she amuses herself with puns related to Miu Miu.

We catch up with the starlet to talk about being a muse, her relationship with sister Dakota Fanning, and the best advice that Angelina Jolie has given her.

How does it feel to be the face of Miu Miu Twist and what do you enjoy most about it?

Elle Fanning (EF) I did my first fashion campaign with Miu Miu when I was 14 years old. Now I’m 21, and I am so happy that I get to be a part of it still. Growing up with the brand and knowing everyone, I feel like Miu Miu is a big family to me. It was also the first fashion house that I could relate to from an early age. It is girly and feminine, but also has this offbeat quirkiness to it.

Mrs Prada is someone who loves movies a lot, so as an actress I always feel like we’re creating a character with each campaign we did, especially with the perfume campaigns.

Who is the Miu Miu girl and what qualities do you share?

EF I think she’s very feminine and elegant but also has an edge to her, so it’s not just all sweet—there is a little twist you could say. [laughs] I think I share that quality because I’m someone who is super girly. There is also a real strength to the Miu Miu girl that is very modern and effortless.

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Posted by admin on October 30th, 2019 / No Comments

Elle Fanning’s style shines both onscreen and off. Who else could wear couture to the mall?

I’m walking behind Elle Fanning into L.A.’s Chateau Marmont — not in a creepy way — and the first thing I notice is how perfectly, well, Elle Fanning she is. She’s wearing a cute plaid pastel minidress and chunky Gucci slides, and her hair is up in a topknot. All of it is polished off by a pair of swinging vintage daisy earrings. She’s also 10 minutes early. What’s so winning about Fanning — apart from daisies and punctuality — is the openness she radiates wherever she goes. An uncynical desire to try things, to perform, to fling herself out into the world. And, of course, her exuberant embrace of fashion is why she’s on the cover of this Best Dressed issue. Fanning has worn princess ball gowns (which she will also sport in Maleficent Mistress of Evil, out this month), sparkly Rodarte, artsy-girl Miu Miu, and the crowning glory that was a reinvigorated Dior New Look at the Cannes Film Festival in May.

On Fanning, though, every look is new.

LAURA BROWN: Everything you do, Elle, you embrace. I remember when you came to the InStyle Awards [in 2017] wearing a full-on Versace dress and giggling like you were 6.

ELLE FANNING: [Laughing] Oh my god, I hated the faux bangs I wore that night so much. But, hey, it was a costume. It was a Warhol print with Marilyn Monroe, and I love her, so, obviously, I wore that dress.

LB: It seems like that “I’m going to experience this” feeling governs you.

EF: Yes, I was always curious and mischievous. Like when I watched Friends, I loved Phoebe. I loved that she was gawky. I had a real awkward phase. I grew 12 inches in a year. I didn’t want to be like everyone else in school. There was a certain confidence that I had, that I was like, “I want you to make fun of me because that makes me feel cool.”

LB: Ah, the old “Awkward and gawky, now I’m a goddess.”

EF: Exactly! There is, like, a fairy-tale aspect to that, so that was always kind of in me. And I was already doing films and stuff.

LB: Did you go to a school that had a lot of performers?

EF: I went to Campbell Hall, which is in the [San Fernando] Valley. But I was home-schooled until the third grade. And then my mom kind of realized, “OK, you need to be around other kids.” [laughs] I went in fourth grade, and I was there until senior year. I went to all of my proms.

LB: What did you wear to your proms?

EF: The first prom was in ninth grade. I wore a white Ralph Lauren dress that we found at the mall. It was long and flowy with a V-neck tank. For the second prom I went to the Paper Bag Princess [in L.A.] and got a vintage bias-cut pink John Galliano dress.

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Posted by admin on October 30th, 2019 / No Comments

She was just 14 when she was cast as Sleeping Beauty in the first Maleficent.

Now Elle Fanning is 21 and promoting its sequel—and showcasing a very grown-up version of theme-dressing on the red carpet, busting out a custom Gucci ensemble at the LA premiere, complete with a bloodied finger prick (in sequins, naturally).

She’s also the smiling face emblazoned across ELLE Australia’s November 2019, clad in a coral-pink Fendi dress and beaming with the kind of effervescent energy she’s become known for.

She’s renowned for her red-carpet outfits, glowing as a 1970s Barbie for the camp-themed Met Gala in May, sporting a peach Miu Miu coord, elaborate nail art and a waterfalling high pony.

She was crowned (by us) best-dressed at this year’s Cannes Film Festival thanks to her array of glamorous gowns, from ethereal white Reem Acra to shocking pink Vivienne Westwood, but it was a vintage-esque Dior outfit that was her favourite.

“At Cannes, you can go big and that’s what I wanted. I wanted to do separates, and I asked Dior if they would be into a ball skirt and shirt situation, and it morphed into the New Look. We added the hat very last-minute. It was exciting because I’m very nostalgic of the ’50s and ’60s. Old Hollywood glamour is so classic, I wish it would come back.”

It’s the red carpet where she feels most at home, she reveals.

“I dressed really crazy at school. So obviously people weren’t necessarily going to be like, ‘You’re so cool.’ The red carpet was like a home for me—from a young age, the fashion community embraced me. The red carpet felt safe. I don’t feel judged on it—I feel free to express that side of myself. It’s such a creative outlet, something I could really take control of.”

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Posted by admin on October 7th, 2019 / No Comments

At 21, Elle Fanning is a modern-day princess of Hollywood. From starring alongside Angelina Jolie to being the youngest judge ever at Cannes, it seems the star can’t put a foot wrong. Emma Elwick-Bates discovers the serene secrets of her wild success

The fairytale turrets of the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles provided the perfect backdrop for November cover star Elle Fanning to talk to Emma Elwick-Bates about being a modern-day Hollywood princess. Soon to be reprising her star role as Princess Aurora in Maleficent: Mistress of Evil opposite Angelina Jolie, the 21-year-old radiates regal glamour in the cover shoot, styled in a glamorous Old Hollywood headscarf by Julia Clancey and a silk dress by Carolina Herrera, with piles of rings, necklaces and bracelets befitting Tinseltown royalty.

‘Aurora represents the youth of the generation who is accepting to all, no matter what, and she does it in her own soft way,’ she says of the character, a reimagining of Sleeping Beauty. ‘I think it’s a nice message to tell women, it’s okay to be comfortable in your femininity. Kindness is not weakness – it’s quite the opposite.’

On the current generation of royals, Fanning was very sympathetic to their place in the spotlight, saying: ‘Kate and Meghan are doing royal femininity very differently. I can’t imagine being in the public eye like that. Every single move you make is critiqued.’ And her favourite? ‘I like Harry. Isn’t he the fun one?’ she quips.

Fanning and her elder sister Dakota have taken Hollywood by storm in the last decade, becoming two of the most well-respected and in-demand young actresses in the industry. So how did she end up following her sister into the business?

‘I saw my sister doing it and I was a huge ham growing up,’ she explains. ‘We would constantly put on these scenes around the house. It wasn’t for anyone, only for ourselves, We would do lines, characters, it was very funny. It just felt right at home for us… We weren’t supposed to do this at all. My mom played tennis, my dad played baseball, my mom’s dad was a quarterback in the NFL. We were supposed to play tennis or something. Everyone says Dakota’s Meryl, and I’m Marilyn.’

The Fanning sisters’ impeccable Southern manners are often commented on (they were born in Georgia but moved to Hollywood aged three and six) – with the duo known for sending well-written and thoughtful thank you notes in particular. Does this help them in dog-eat-dog Hollywood? ‘There is a stigma placed on women in any workplace,’ she explains thoughtfully. ‘But especially in Hollywood. You must be super competitive and super jealous. And it’s something that people want to project, but it’s actually not the case.’

For the full interview, read the November issue, on sale Thursday 3rd October. [Source]


Posted by admin on October 7th, 2019 / No Comments

Elle Fanning may play a princess in the new Maleficent movie but she says she’d hate to be constantly in the public eye like the real-life royal family.

The 21-year-old admits she’s a fan of the royals and singled out “the fun one” Prince Harry as her favourite.

But she says she couldn’t handle having “every move” of her life analysed like the Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex.

In an interview with Tatler, Fanning said: “Kate and Meghan are doing royal femininity differently. I can’t imagine being in the public eye like that. Every move you make is critiqued. I like Harry. Isn’t he the fun one?”

Fanning, who plays Princess Aurora in the second instalment, Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil, alongside Angelina Jolie, says her character represents “acceptance”.

“Aurora represents the youth of the generation who is accepting to all, no matter what, and she does it in her own way. I think it’s a nice message to tell women, it’s okay to be comfortable in your femininity,” she said.

She said she and her film star older sister Dakota were “supposed” to have sporting careers — but instead got the acting bug. Their parents Heather and Steven both played sport professionally. Fanning added: “We weren’t supposed to do [acting]. My mom played tennis, my dad played baseball.”

Fanning made her debut as a younger version of Dakota’s character in 2001 hit I Am Sam — and said she had been inspired by her sister.

Speaking in the November issue of Tatler, Fanning said: “We would constantly put on these scenes around the house. It wasn’t for anyone, only ourselves. We would do lines, characters. It just felt right at home for us.”

See the full feature in the November issue of Tatler available via digital download and news stands on October 3, tatler.com [Source]

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The story of Violet and Theodore, who meet and change each other's lives forever. As they struggle with the emotional and physical scars of their past, they discover that even the smallest places and moments can mean something.
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Sally Potter's film follows a day in the life of Leo (Javier Bardem) and his daughter, Molly (Elle Fanning), as he floats through alternate lives he could have lived, leading Molly to wrestle with her own path as she considers her future.
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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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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'.
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