Every Secret Thing Trailer

Seven years for the crime and are released into a town that hasn’t fully forgiven or forgotten. Alice (Danielle Macdonald) lives a sheltered life under her mother’s (Diane Lane) watchful eye, while Ronnie (Dakota Fanning) keeps her head down working at a local bagel store. When another child goes missing, Detectives Nancy Porter (Elizabeth Banks) and Kevin Jones (Nate Parker) are called in to investigate the mystery in a community where everyone seems to have a secret. Academy Award-winning documentarian Amy Berg makes her fiction film debut with a haunting, emotional adaptation of Laura Lippman’s acclaimed novel of secrets, loss, and murder.

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Dakota Fanning at Miu Miu Women’s Tales #7 – #8 premiere + Miu Miu Diner


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Dakota in NYC met Jamie Strachan

Dakota was samen met haar vriend Jamie Strachan in New York City afgelopen woensdag (20 augustus 2014)



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‘I don’t remember people not knowing who I am’

“I was very mature and calm and rational,” Dakota Fanning says of her six-year-old self. “My mum was calling me from across the playground, so I jumped from the climbing frame and ran over.” Dakota had already starred in ER, CSI, Malcolm In The Middle and Ally McBeal. Now her agent was on the line and she had a choice to make: a lead role in a TV series (the short-lived Fighting Fitzgeralds), or to play Sean Penn’s daughter in a film called I Am Sam.

She took Penn’s offer and beat Haley Joel Osment and Daniel Radcliffe to best young actor at the Critics Choice awards that winter. Orlando Bloom held her in the air so she could reach the microphone. She spoke with total composure for more than two minutes. “I want to thank God for all of the things he has given me,” she said, her legs dangling, “and for the best agents in the world.”

Dakota is now 20 and about to start her senior year at New York University, where she is majoring in women’s studies, with a focus on the portrayal of women in film and culture. “If I’m going to do both, it might be helpful for one to inform the other,” she says. She’s still working furiously. On top of the dissertation she’s writing on Bette Davis – “I’m told we have similar eyes, so I’m drawn to her,” she says hesitantly, perhaps realising it sounds a little narcissistic – she has four films released this year. In fact, she’s averaged four films a year since starting university, and has another four slated for next year.

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