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Dakota Fanning

Dakota Fanning
Dakota Fanning has an impressive resume as a child actress. She's worked with Sean Penn, Tom Cruise, Robert De Niro, Denzel Washington and Queen Latifah, among many others. Fanning first impressed audiences and critics with her portrayal of the daughter of a mentally retarded man in "I Am Sam." She's also starred in "War of the Worlds," "The Cat in the Hat," "Charlotte's Web" and "The Secret Life of Bees." Her younger sister, Elle Fanning, is also an actress.
Dakota Fanning has an impressive resume as a child actress. She's worked with Sean Penn, Tom Cruise, Robert De Niro, Denzel Washington and Queen Latifah, among many others. Fanning first impressed audiences and critics with her portrayal of the daughter of a mentally retarded man in "I Am Sam." She's also starred in "War of the Worlds," "The Cat in the Hat," "Charlotte's Web" and "The Secret Life of Bees." Her younger sister, Elle Fanning, is also an actress. « Show less

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  • Critic's Picks: 10 Must-See Films at the Venice Film Festival

    Venice is perhaps the least widely attended of the Big Five film festivals, especially for American journalists who find it both expensive and unnecessary to cross the Atlantic for a slate of films that may surface just a few days later at Telluride and/...
  • A Runaway goes home again

    A Runaway goes home again
    Cherie Currie wanted nothing more to do with the music industry. During a fleeting but influential stretch as a teenager singing for the all-female punk group the Runaways, Currie became a rock star overnight. But just as suddenly, she quit the band,...
  • Venice Film Review: 'Night Moves'

    One of the most sharp-eyed and politically attuned filmmakers of her generation, Kelly Reichardt blends her lucid observational approach with a topical-thriller format to engrossing effect in "Night Moves." Perfectly consistent with the director's earlier...
  • Toronto: Stars Align to Drive Big Indie Successes

    Hollywood's major studios are making fewer movies and focusing more and more on big-ticket tentpole franchises, giving the independent sector the clear-cut opportunity to expand. With the 38th Toronto Film Festival opening today, stars are more and...
  • Errol Flynn's final days chronicled in 'Last of Robin Hood'

    Errol Flynn's final days chronicled in 'Last of Robin Hood'
    Joan Crawford once described Errol Flynn as "the most beautiful man who ever lived." But that was when Flynn was the charming, dashing and devilishly handsome star of such Warner Bros. swashbucklers as 1935's "Captain Blood," 1938's "The Adventures of...
  • Italian documentary 'Sacro GRA' wins top Venice Film Festival award

    In a night of unexpected winners, Italian documentarian Gianfranco Rosi's study of the denizens of a famous highway circling Rome, "Sacro GRA," was awarded the Venice Film Festival's highest honor, the Golden Lion Award, Saturday. The Silver Lion Award,...
  • TIFF 2013: 'Boogie Nights' table read '13 inches of awesome'

    TIFF 2013: 'Boogie Nights' table read '13 inches of awesome'
    TORONTO -- One of the hottest tickets for this year's Toronto International Film Festival wasn't for a movie, but for a reading of a movie -- Jason Reitman's live read of Paul Thomas Anderson's 1997 classic "Boogie Nights." Some festival-goers waited...
  • 'Night Moves' Wins Deauville Grand Prize

    Kelly Reichardt's Oregon-set gripping environmental thriller "Night Moves" has won the 39th Deauville American Film Festival Grand Prize. The Jury nod was awarded to both J.C. Chandor's "All Is Lost," which competed at Cannes, and Sam Fleischner's...
  • Eugenio Derbez finds a following for his 'Instructions'

     Eugenio Derbez finds a following for his 'Instructions'
    Eugenio Derbez is scared. Very scared. You can see it in his eyes. You can hear it in the edge of nervous excitement that creeps into his voice as he slides into a seat at the Urth Caffé in downtown Los Angeles. "I didn't expect this," he says. "I'm...
  • Toronto: The Debate Over Greatness

    The search for objective genius in a subjective medium continues at the Toronto International Film Festival. Subtitle: Why didn't "12 Years a Slave" blow me away at TIFF the way it should have? The films at this year's festival have fodderized the great...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'The Last of Robin Hood'

    Errol Flynn just might be the role Kevin Kline was born to play, but "The Last of Robin Hood" doesn't do either actor justice, reducing the matinee idol's scandalous final fling -- with 15-year-old starlet Beverly Aadland (an older-looking Dakota Fanning)...