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

Through tears, Molly (Elle Fanning) searches the eyes of her father, Leo (Javier Bardem), but he’s simply too far away, as distant as castaway wandering some distant dark shoreline. It’s an especially evocative moment in the just-released trailer for Bleeker Street’s The Roads Not Taken, the latest drama from writer-director Sally Potter. “No matter how far away you go,” the anguished daughter says, “you were always you.”

It’s an especially evocative moment in a existential road trip that premieres at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival (which gets underway February 20) and opens in the U.S. on March 13. The R-rated drama takes its title from Robert Frost’s near-namesake poem, The Road Not Taken. Like Frost’s 1916 expedition through the dense woods of yearning regret, the Potter film roams the treacherous expanse that lies between the life that Leo has lived and the life that Leo could have lived. The movie takes place in a single day (although Leo, with his fractured perceptions of time and place, might say otherwise) and looks to feature a strong core ensemble with Laura Linney, Salma Hayek, Branka Katic, and Milena Tscharntke.

The official synopsis: “Sally Potter’s The Roads Not Taken follows a day in the life of Leo (Javier Bardem) and his daughter, Molly (Elle Fanning) as she grapples with the challenges of her father’s chaotic mind. As they weave their way through New York City, Leo’s journey takes on a hallucinatory quality as he floats through alternate lives he could have lived, leading Molly to wrestle with her own path as she considers her future.” [Source]




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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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Elle Fanning attends the Hulu Panel at Winter TCA 2020 at The Langham Huntington, Pasadena on January 17, 2020 in Pasadena, California. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos and enjoy!




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Elle Fanning attended the “The Great” Press Conference at the Four Seasons Hotel on January 17, 2020 in Beverly Hills. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos.




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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 December 10th, 2019 / No Comments

Elle and Dakota Fanning will play onscreen sisters in TriStar Pictures’ adaptation of Kristin Hannah’s The Nightingale.

The best-selling novel tells the story of two sisters coming of age in France on the eve of World War II and their struggle to survive and resist the German occupation of France. It was inspired by the courageous women of the French Resistance who helped downed Allied airmen escape Nazi-occupied territory and hid Jewish children.

Melanie Laurent, who worked with Elle Fanning on the drama Galveston, will direct from a script by Dana Stevens. Elizabeth Cantillon is producing through her Cantillon Company banner.

“The Nightingale will be the first time we act on screen together. We have played the same character at different ages but have never spoken to each other in front of a camera. For years, we have looked for a film to do with one another and then this gem appeared,” the Fannings said Wednesday in a joint statement. “As sisters, to share our artistry with each other while bringing such a powerful sister story to life is a dream come true. We are so lucky to have our fearless director, Melanie Laurent, to guide us along on the journey. Let’s do this, sister!!”

Elle Fanning was last in theaters in Disney’s Maleficent sequel, Mistress of Evil, and will next be seen in the Netflix movie All the Bright Places. She is set to star as Catherine the Great in the Hulu miniseries The Great.

Dakota Fanning most recently appeared in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and will next be seen in the TNT series Angel of Darkness.

The sisters are repped by WME, Echo Lake and Hanson Jacobson. Laurent is repped by WME and France’s UBBA. [Source]




Posted by admin on December 2nd, 2019 / No Comments

Elle Fanning covers Glamour Spain, December issue. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the scans. Don’t forget to buy the magazine.




Posted by admin on November 22nd, 2019 / No Comments

Elle Fanning covers InStyle Spain, December issue. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the scans. Don’t forget to buy the magazine.



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