Jan, 13 Posted by Stefy

Dakota is one of the Clé de Peau Beauté’s Newest Global Ambassador. She joined the Clé de Peau Beauté’s family this year with Ella Balinska and Diana Silvers.

“It’s an honor — not just to be asked to represent such a distinguished luxury brand, but also to take on this role with incredible women like Ella and Diana,” Fanning told WWD. “They are both such talented artists in such distinct ways, and that’s something about Clé de Peau Beauté that really speaks to me.”
“I’m excited to be able to represent a brand that I genuinely believe in. Their products are luxurious and of high quality,” Fanning continued. “Clé de Peau Beauté also puts a lot of energy and effort into giving back to young women around the world through their philanthropy.” – WWD

The first promotional photoshoot came out, so be sure to check out the gallery for the newest photos!

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Mar, 13 Posted by Stefy

Dakota adds another project to her list Ripley, she will join Andrew Scott in the drama series based on Patricia Highsmith’s Tom Ripley novels.

From Oscar winner Steven Zaillian (Schindler’s List, The Night Of), Scott stars as Tom Ripley, a grifter scraping by in early 1960s New York who is hired by a wealthy businessman to travel to Italy to try to convince his vagabond son to return home. Tom’s acceptance of the job is his first step into a complex life of deceit.
Fanning will portray Marge Sherwood, an American living in Italy who suspects darker motives underlie Tom’s affability.
“Dakota Fanning is the perfect choice to play the deliciously complicated Marge opposite Andrew Scott’s Tom Ripley,” said Amy Israel, exec vp scripted programming at Showtime. “She’s an actor that brings smarts and vulnerability to every part, with so much bubbling beneath the surface. We can’t wait to see her sink her teeth into this role in Steve Zallian’s Ripley.” – The Hollywood Reporter

While there aren’t any new photos, the gallery has been updated with some personal photos that came out in the past few months.

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Mar, 7 Posted by Stefy

Dakota and Elle have teamed up together to launch Lewellen Pictures production company, they have entered a first-look television deal with the studio, a joint venture between UTA and MRC.

“We are thrilled to be launching this company together and to be teaming up with MRC who have been excellent partners on The Great. Our goal is to tell stories, through comedy and drama, which are authentic to the human experience, and not just from our own perspective,” said the Fannings in a joint statement. “We also want to create content that we wouldn’t be able to make just as actors. We can learn so much when we look outside our specific points of view. We have been fortunate to work with many brilliant storytellers and hope to continue that track while also providing opportunities for many more.” – Deadline

And it looks like they are already working on their first project.

Their first project under the pact is an adaptation of Megan Miranda’s bestselling novel The Last House Guest, which is being developed as a crime thriller series. Sarah Walker (The Secrets She Keeps, Wentworth) will write and executive produce the series. It centers on an intimate friendship between two girls who fall violently in love with each other’s differences, which, in the end, create doubt, betrayal and tragedy. The Fannings will executive produce alongside Brittany Kahan Ward and Mary Jane Skalski for Echo Lake Entertainment – Deadline

Mar, 6 Posted by Stefy

Dakota has a new project called “The first lady“. The project is a tv series in which Dakota will portray Susan Elizabeth Ford and she will be in a total of six episodes.

The First Lady, created by Aaron Cooley, is a revelatory reframing of American leadership, told through the lens of the women at the heart of the White House. Season 1 focuses on Eleanor Roosevelt (Anderson), Betty Ford (Pfeiffer) and Michelle Obama (Davis).
Fanning, a series regular who will appear in six episodes, will play Susan Elizabeth Ford, the only daughter and youngest child of President Gerald Ford (Eckhart) and Betty Ford (Pfeiffer). As a teenager in the White House during the tumultuous mid-70’s, she often introduced progressive ideas to the presidential family.
The First Lady reunites Fanning with Michelle Pfeiffer, with whom she co-starred in the 2001 feature I Am Sam. – Deadline

Oct, 8 Posted by Stefy

Dakota was seen while she was out in Malibu with some friends a few days ago, October 5. Be sure to check out the gallery for the latest candids!

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Dakota and Elle Fanning join Kate and Oliver on this week’s episode of “Sibling Revelry.” The sisters open up about starting their careers at such a young age, the scenes they used to act out when they were home, how they balanced work and school, the best lessons they’ve learned from their mom, what they’re looking forward to, and more.
Be sure to check it out, you can heard it from here below!

Sep, 30 Posted by Stefy

Dakota was photographed while she was doing some grocery shopping at Vons in Burbank yesterday, September 29. Check out the gallery for the latest candids!

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There are also some good news about Dakota, she will produce “I’ve Got Your Number”, the movie will be adapted by the book by Sophie Kinsella.

Amazon Studios and Echo Lake Entertainment are adapting the NY Times’ bestseller I’ve Got Your Number by author Sophie Kinsella. Kirsten “Kiwi” Smith and Jessica O’Toole are attached to pen the adaption.
Dakota Fanning will produce along with Brittany Kahan Ward & Mary Jane Skalski of Echo Lake Entertainment as well as Joey Plager and Freddie Highmore, through his Alfresco Pictures. Alfresco Pictures’ Claire Londy will serve as an executive producer.
The novel is a romantic comedy of errors featuring a lost engagement ring, a stolen cell phone, and two strangers who find each other…just as one of them is about to marry someone else. – Deadline

Feb, 29 Posted by Stefy

Dakota was photographed first while she was taking a drink with a friend at Erewhon Market in Los Angeles and then while they were leaving it yesterday, February 28. You can find the newest candids in the gallery!

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There is also a new project for Dakota, it looks like Audible has cast Dakota to perform the audio version of Chosen Ones.

Audible has cast Dakota Fanning to perform in the audio version of Divergent author Veronica Roth’s new novel, Chosen Ones. This will be the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood actress’ first performance for Audible. “I love audiobooks, so I had my fingers crossed that Audible would do something special with Chosen Ones — and I am definitely not disappointed,” Roth said in a statement. “Sloane is a complex character who needs a strong voice to come alive in audio form, and I think Dakota Fanning is going to knock it out of the park. I’ve been a fan of hers for her entire career, so I’m beyond thrilled.” Roth will also be performing a cameo in the audio version, which is exclusive to Audible. Chosen Ones, Roth’s first adult novel, is due April 7. – The Hollywood Reporter

Feb, 29 Posted by Stefy

Dakota is in “Makeup & Friends” latest episode with Gucci Westman that you can watch here below!

Also a little updated about Dakota’s next project “The Nightingale” came out, according to Screen Daily the movie will be shoot in Hungary.

Among the international films and TV dramas set to shoot in Hungary are Mélanie Laurent’s directorial debut The Nightingale, from TriStar Pictures, starring Elle Fanning, Dakota Fanning – Screen Daily
“The Nightingale” follows two sisters coming of age in France on the eve of World War II and tells the story or their struggle to survive the German occupation of France. The story is inspired by the courageous women of the French Resistance who helped downed Allied airmen escape Nazi-occupied territory and hid Jewish children. – The Wrap