Jul, 13 Posted by Stefy

Dakota newest short movie called “Zygote” produced by Oats Studios and directed by Neill Blomkamp is finally out on YouTube. You can watch it here below.


In an interview with ET, actress Dakota Fanning opens up about her latest role as a mute prostitute in the western movie, “Brimstone” and what it was like growing up in the watchful Hollywood eye.


Brimstone: Official Trailer
Dec, 2 Posted by Shauna

Watch the official trailer for Dakota’s film, “Brimstone” below.


“The Benefactor” Trailer
Nov, 21 Posted by Shauna

The first trailer has arrived online for writer-director Andrew Renzi’s upcoming drama The Benefactor which stars Richard Gere as a philanthropist who in an attempt to relive his past, meddles in the lives of newly-married couples. The film, originally titled Franny, premiered at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival and also stars Dakota Fanning and Theo James.

Watch the trailer below:


The new trailer for Dakota’s film “Viena and the Fantomes” is out, watch it below.



Video: New ‘Effie Gray’ Trailer
Jan, 17 Posted by Shauna

Watch the newly released “Effie Gray” Trailer below.

Brief movie description:

Effie Gray is the story of a young woman coming of age, finding her own voice in a world where women were expected to be seen but not heard.


Dakota ‘Push’ Music Video
Sep, 3 Posted by Shauna

I thought I would share this with Dakota’s fans, its a music video of Dakota in the film “Push” posted by Brandon Klassen on YouTube.

Video Description:

It’s HD 1080p and set to the song “Consequence” by Notwist from their album Neon Golden as featured in the film.

The music video takes a slightly slow motion approach in order to emphasize the beauty of each moment, and consists entirely of the majority of
Dakota’s close-ups and significant Dakota moments from the film. The video is 100% Dakota – there is no non-Dakota footage.

Watch The Video:



Here is an exclusive look at Dakota in “Very Good Girls.”

Side Note: The new film comes as the directorial debut of screenwriter (Jake and Maggie Gyllenhaal’s mother) Naomi Foner, and boasts a soundtrack by Jenny Lewis.

Also the film features a pretty impressive cast. Which includes Elizabeth Olsen, Demi Moore, and Richard Dreyfuss to name a few. You can see the whole gang in this exclusive clip featuring a tense family dinner and a determined Fanning and Olsen.

Very Good Girls is available via VOD now and will be released in theaters on July 25. You can take a look at the clip below.


Video: ‘Very Good Girls’ Trailer
Jun, 30 Posted by Shauna

Watch the trailer for Dakota’s latest film, ‘Very Good Girls’ below.

Movie Summary

Two New York friends Lily and Gerry who make a pact to lose their virginity during the summer before they leave for college. In a bid to gain more life experience, Lily persuades her mate to ditch her clothes and run naked into the sea. At one point Lily stands topless, clutching her hands over her chest as she talks Gerry into joining her. After some debate, the shy blonde throws caution to the wind and makes a naked dash into the sea. Perhaps predictably, the girls’ pact goes wrong when they both fall for a handsome artist, (Boyd Holbrook) and Lily starts seeing him in secret. 


Dakota Fanning is the very embodiment of evil as Jane, a Volturi vamp who kills and tortures for sport, in the Twilight saga.

But the doe-eyed, 18-year-old actress, newly brunette for her role in the upcoming drama Night Moves, said she relished the chance to play against type.

“It’s fun to play a bad girl, in this case,” Fanning said Thursday at a special New York City screening of Breaking Dawn — Part 2 co-hosted by The Hollywood Reporter, The Cinema Society and Samsung Galaxy.

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“I think a lot of people who play characters say, ‘Oh, I tried to find the good in the character’ – like where the badness comes from and all that – and I was like, ‘You know what, I just think she’s just bad. She just, like, enjoys being mean.’ And that was fun.”

Fanning, who recently enrolled at New York University, said she’ll miss the exciting energy and fan frenzy surrounding the premieres of the Twilight movies.

When asked if there’s anything she likes about being famous (since the entire cast is constantly under the microscope, especially Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart), the former child star said: “I stil don’t call myself famous! I find that really weird. … I’ve been an actor for most of my life. That’s just a part of my life. I have so many other things!”

Source: Hollywood Reporter.