Last night, Dakota Fanning attended the star-studded Saint Laurent show at the Palladium in Los Angeles with her sister actress Elle Fanning.

Dakota and Elle were seriously shining, thanks to their major makeup. Dakota’s eyes were rimmed with black kohl liner and her lids were smudged with the prettiest icy blue metallic shade. Elle, on the other hand, gave a nod to ‘70s glam rock, smearing sparkles all around her eyes, proving that when it comes to glitter, you really can’t go overboard.

Whether they were honoring rock ’n’ roll legends, or inspired by Saint Laurent’s always shiny shows, one thing’s for sure, Dakota and Elle are what beauty dreams are made of.

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Dakota Fanning is in A.G.L. (Attilio Giusti Leombruni) again with their Spring/Summer 2016 Campaign. I have uploaded the medium quality ones to our gallery.

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“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.

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News Hiatus
Nov, 16 Posted by Shauna

We are taking a hiatus from the news side of the site, that gives us a chance to catch up on the gallery.

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Dakota Fanning attended W Magazine’s Celebration of “The It Girls” on September 10th, 2015. I’ve put up the pictures in our gallery.

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Dakota went to help out at Save the Children’s Katrina Anniversary Prep Rally on August 27th, 2015, at the Treme Community Center in New Orleans, La. The actress and Lassie helped Save the Children distribute disaster supply backpacks for kids and families at the event designed to empower and protect children. I have put up the pictures in our gallery.

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

 

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Site: Updates Soon
Aug, 13 Posted by Shauna

I’ll be putting up tons more photo additions soon, seeing as there isn’t much Dakota news at the moment. So will be replacing the medium quality photos with the high quality ones in our gallery now.

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Review: “Every Secret Thing”
Jul, 19 Posted by Shauna

The author and reviewer gives it a 2.5 stars. Read below to find out why.

With all the police crime procedurals on television these days, a crime movie has to go above and beyond to prove its reason for existence. That’s the struggle that Amy Berg’s first feature directing effort, Every Little Thing, faces at every turn. The film stars Diane Lane, Elizabeth Banks and Dakota Fanning.

Fanning stars as Ronnie, who was convicted of killing a baby when she was just eight years old. A decade later, another baby disappears and Detective Nancy Porter (Banks), who found the baby all those years ago, thinks Ronnie had something to do with it. But the truth is that Ronnie’s friend Alice (Danielle Macdonald), who was also sent to juvenile hall for the same crime, has more sinister reasons for abducting the baby. Alice’s mom Helen (Lane) also has secrets and a troubling relationship with her daughter.

Berg tries to direct this in a documentary style, which makes perfect sense considering her background. She’s best known for the Oscar-nominated documentary Deliver Us From Evil, as well as 2012’s West of Memphis. But this gives the film an incredible reliance on flashbacks, without trusting her talented cast to keep audiences engrossed by letting them tell the stories. Perhaps this is a flaw of the script, written by Nicole Holofcener (Enough Said), or Berg just thought that showing was more important than telling in features. That’s true in some cases, but when you’ve got Diane Lane around, give her the challenge.

It’s also clear that Berg is trying to emulate other recent crime dramas, like Gone Girl or Prisoners. But she doesn’t have Roger Deakins manning the camera. Rob Hardy (who just shot Ex Machina) films the action as if through a dark filter, clouding the edges of the screen throughout the film. It’s dreary, but not artfully so. Every Secret Thing looks closer to CSI than Prisoners.

But Berg lucked out with some fine actors. Lane is fantastic as Alice’s mom and Danielle Macdonald looks to have earned a breakthrough role here, if anyone actually sees this movie. Fanning is also perfect as the introverted Ronnie. However, Banks looks out of her element here as a police officer. She’s good in other dramas (particularly in Love & Mercy), but you can’t quite buy her as a veteran cop.

Every Secret Thing will be released by Starz and Anchor Bay on DVD only on Aug. 4. The only bonus feature is a seven-minute reel of deleted scenes (including one with Girls’ Alex Karpovsky).

Berg made a competent police procedural with Every Secret Thing, but it’s really not much more than that. Despite being rated R, there’s nothing incredibly disturbing about it (at least, nothing on a Prisoners level) and doesn’t accomplish the toughest task crime movies face today: being more shocking than TV crime shows.

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I am working behind the scenes on the photo gallery and the missing pages of content. Will have that finished quickly as possible, along with any news I come across.

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