Dakota is on the cover of the March issue of Jalouse
I have added to the gallery 2 outtakes of Dakota from Marie Claire shoot that she did back in August. Enjoy!
Photoshoots > 2010 > Marie Claire Outtakes
Lynn Hirschberg interviews actors from the “Best Performances” portfolio asking the question: What Movie Made You Cry?
The most remarkable moments in film this past year weren’t 3-D action sequences but characters so real they hurt. Here, the actors who made us believe
Dakota Fanning in “The Runaways”
“It was important for me to go to a normal high school. I have a locker, which was a big deal. My mom had to buy me a lock and teach me how to use it. It’s the little things: Where do you go at lunch? How do you open the locker? I wanted a yearbook! Now I have a lot of signatures in my yearbook—‘Have a good summer’ and all that.”
The Golden Globe nominations are out (see our list of favorites by clicking here) and people are already speculating about the Oscars. But just because you’re not Meryl Streep doesn’t mean we at NYLON didn’t notice your outstanding performance.
Below, a list of our favorite young actors in movies this year. (We tried to get James Franco and Anne Hathaway to read them out loud on NYLON TV, but they would only do it if they were naked. No thanks.)
Breakout Performance, Veteran: Dakota Fanning. We always knew she could act, but with The Runaways, the Georgia native transcended any shred of adorable and became something far more exciting: A certified teenage movie star.
53. Dakota Fanning. The child star finally grew up (and then some) in The Runaways. While the role of Cherie Currie may have seemed like an awkward stretch at first, she managed to slip right into it.