May, 29 Posted by Stefy

Back in 2015 Dakota worked on a movie called “Viena and the Fantomes” the movie is finally coming out this year. Be sure to watch the trailer here below!

Head over to the gallery for some screen captures, a new movie poster and promotional stills.

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May, 21 Posted by Stefy

The New York Public Library started a new project to read together “Coraline“, as you know Dakota, back in 2009, voiced Coraline, now she is back to join this project. You can watch here below Dakota reading chapters 12 and 13.

May, 5 Posted by Stefy

One of Dakota‘s latest project “Sweetness in The Belly“, that premiered last year at the Toronto International Film Festival was taken by Gravitas Ventures that will be releasing the film in the U.S. digitally on May 8. The first trailer is finally here, so be sure to check it out here below!

Based on the novel by Camilla Gibb, the film follows Lilly, who is forced to flee Ethiopia for England when civil war breaks out. She befriends Amina, an Ethiopian refugee who has fled the same war. Together they begin a mission to reunite people with their scattered families.

Head over to the gallery for some screen captures.

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Apr, 27 Posted by Stefy

Sad news about Dakota‘s newest project “The Nightingale“. The movie, that should have been shot this March, won’t come out in December as planned. Because of Corona Virus the production of the movie had to stop and it’s still not clear when it will start again.

The release date for TriStar’s “The Nightingale,” starring Dakota Fanning and Elle Fanning, has now been unset.
In December, TheWrap exclusively reported that Mélanie Laurent (“Galveston”) would direct the period drama from a script by Dana Stevens. Elizabeth Cantillon was to produce through her production company The Cantillon Company. The two sisters were to unite for the first time on screen to play sisters, based on Kristin Hannah’s worldwide best-seller of the same name.
“The Nightingale,” which was in preproduction before worldwide film shoots halted in March, was due to be released on Christmas Day this year. Production is expected to restart once it is safe to do so.
“The Nightingale” follows two sisters coming of age in France on the eve of World War II and 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