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LOS ANGELES, CA – SEPTEMBER 17: 70th ANNUAL PRIMETIME EMMY AWARDS — Pictured: (l-r) Actor Dakota Fanning arrives to the 70th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards held at the Microsoft Theater on September 17, 2018. 12 more words

On Set with Dakota Fanning

Rahaf and Dakota

Rathmines College student Rahaf Aburideh, from Pakistan, got the extraordinary opportunity to work with Hollywood’s very own Dakota Fanning on the set of the hotly anticipated upcoming movie… 526 more words

2018 End of the Year Style Awards: Most Improved

Now that I have given out my Most Disappointing award I have to give out a Most Improved Award. Typically I look at who my Most Disappointing was last year and compare them to what they are wearing this year. 214 more words

End Of The Year Awards

Please Stand By

Wendy went to live in a group home when her sister got pregnant. Wendy (Dakota Fanning) has never been allowed to meet her baby niece for fear of her (autistic) tantrums, but under Scottie’s (Toni Collette) care, she’s doing much better. 307 more words

Movie Reviews

The Alienist

This dark, stylish detective drama set in New York City in the very early 20th century follows alienist and criminal psychologist Dr. Laszlo Kreisler, ilustrator John Moore and young police secretary Sara Howard as they try to unmask and catch a serial killer with a taste for young boys who dress up as girls and work as prostitutes. 213 more words

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Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Joins Dakota Fanning In 'Sweetness In The Belly' Adaptation

EXCLUSIVE: Yahya Abdul-Mateen II is set to star opposite Dakota Fanning in the Zeresenay Berhane Mehari-directed Sweetness In The Belly based on the bestselling novel by Camilla Gibb. 375 more words

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Dakota Fanning to Star in Immigrant Drama 'Sweetness in the Belly'

Dakota Fanning is starring in the immigrant drama “Sweetness in the Belly,” which has begun shooting in Ireland and will continue in Ethiopia.

Zeresenay Berhane Mehari is directing from a script by Laura Phillips, adapted from Camilla Gibb’s bestselling novel that explores an immigrant’s life from the unique perspective of being orphaned in Africa as a child, escaping to England as a refugee, embracing the immigrant community in London, and attempting to reunite people with their scattered families — while dealing with a passionate lost love affair with a doctor. 290 more words

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