Someone’s creating an army … an army of vampires. Yes, the trailer for “Eclipse,” the third movie in the “Twilight” series, is online now! Looks like there’s more of scrumptious Taylor Lautner with his shirt off and Dakota Fanning all grown up and wearing creepy red contact lenses. It’s in theaters June 30. Are we excited? Keep reading »
Dakota Fanning appeared on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” last night. She’s totally cute. He’s kind of icky.
While chatting about her new movie “The Runaways,” Fallon said, “You were 15 when you shot this movie … there were some pretty steamy scenes in the movie, especially with Kristen even. You had some steamy scenes with her. So you’d go from the movie set back to being a 15-year-old.”
Is it just me, or did he look really uncomfortable like he felt kinda pervy for asking that? Keep reading »
I really love a biopic, even when I’m not aware of the subject’s backstory beforehand. So I’ve marked my calendar, making March 19 the day of “The Runaways.” Not only does this film tell the story of the short-lived band that made Joan Jett (Kristen Stewart) and Cherie Currie (Dakota Fanning) rock stars, but it also has some hot-ass and glamorous ’70s fashions. Keep reading »
Over the weekend, “The Runaways” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Joan Jett and Cherie Currie joined their Hollywood versions, Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning, on the red carpet. And we gotta give it up for the casting on this flick—both pairs are dead ringers. Keep reading »
We’ve already shown you Gabourey Sidibe’s V magazine cover for their “Size Issue,” but she’s not the only young actress who got that coveted spot. Dakota Fanning is on the cover of the other version of the issue, looking oh-so-retro and mature. Keep reading »
We’ve already seen Kristen Stewart’s mullet haircut and Dakota Fanning’s blood-covered leg from the movie, but now the first trailer for “The Runaways,” the film about the 1970s all-girl teen rock band of the same name, is out! Will Kristen, who plays Joan Jett, prove to haters that she’s not just a sulky moper of an actress? We’ll find out in March when “The Runaways” hits theaters. [The Daily What] Keep reading »
“It was passionate. We’re playing Joan Jett and Cherie Curie and they’re best friends in the film and became really close in real life. And that’s something that went down back in the ’70s.”
– Dakota Fanning on the kiss she shares with co-star Kristen Stewart in the upcoming biopic “The Runways.” I like how Dakota makes the ’70s sound like ye olden times. [ShowbizSpy] Keep reading »
In Hollywood, a bob is a bob is a bob, which is why Dakota Fanning‘s ‘do in the new Teen Vogue gives us pause. Sure, we feel a little weird fawning over a teenager’s haircut, but this is a look that would work for any age. The key lies in the layers. There are none, see? It’s as if your typical blunt bob was grown out with just a hint of flip at the ends, and it looks sophisticated without being too precious. To get the look, print this pic out and take it to your hairstylist. Or just ask them to keep it mid-length, go easy on the layers, and blow it all out. For DIY-ers, apply Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Serum to damp hair. This cuts down on drying time, smooths, conditions and shines. [Teen Vogue] Keep reading »
Last week, 15-year-old Dakota Fanning was crowned the Homecoming Princess of Crespi Carmelite High School after cheering at the game with the other Viking cheerleaders. This is weird for a couple of reasons: because she goes to an actual high school and because she is still only 15. Also, isn’t she too busy being a badass Volturi to be a cheerleader? And aren’t teenagers supposed to resent her for her success? Plus, aren’t they generally called “Homecoming Queens”?
Most celebrities at least claim they were outcasts in high school. Having been a drama geek, I can confirm that this is likely true. But I guess not every path to stardom is paved with struggle. Here are some celebrities who were beloved from day one. [Just Jared] Keep reading »