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Elle Fanning wants to know if she should get a bob?
June 2nd, 2019 under Dakota and Elle Fanning. [ Comments: none ]

Ever since we got to know the Elle Fanning, she has had long blonde hair. Now that she is 21, she is wondering if she go short.

The awwwwwdorable actress shared a photo with her faux bob, and asked us if she should do it? I think she should go for it because her sophistication that will help to graduate to playing older roles.


Elle Fanning is OK after fainting at Cannes
May 21st, 2019 under Dakota and Elle Fanning. [ Comments: none ]

Elle Fanning gave everyone a scare tonight at Cannes when she fainted at a dinner party. According to Variety, she suddenly lost conscientious and fell out of her seat. Her older sister Dakota Fanning, who was sitting next to her, was able to help her to feet. Collin Firth was nearby, and ran over to offer assistance.

The party took a brief pause before resuming and everyone wanted to know how the actress, who is on the Cannes jury this year, was doing. She took to social media with a photo giving the thumb’s up and wrote, “Oops, had a fainting spell tonight in my 1950’s Prada prom dress but it’s all good!! #dresstootight #timeofthemonth”

Hopefully, she will feel better soon and wear looser dresses.


Elle Fanning boycotted Friends because of her sister
April 17th, 2019 under Dakota and Elle Fanning, Friends (cast), James Corden, Rob Lowe. [ Comments: none ]

Back when Elle Fanning was just a toddler she auditioned to be on Friends and play one of Phoebe’s triplets. Since you do not remember her on the show, then you know she did not get the part. Even though she could barely talk, she was very devastated about it.

A few years later when she was about 5, her sister, Dakota, landed a part on the show. When that episode came on, she told James Corden on The Late Late Show that she boycotted it. There was no way she was going to watch her sister on her dream show. I wonder if that still happens in the Fanning household?

Talking about missed opportunities, Rob Lowe, who was also on the CBS talk show last night, says his wife is more devastated that he turned Grey’s Anatomy to star in Dr. Vegas, a show that filmed a whole 10 episodes. Would he make the same choice all over again? Yes, he would. Not to be the lead in that dud, but had he said yes, then he never would have done Parks & Recreation. Also had he taken the role, Dempsey would not have gone from nerd to McDreamy thanks to the medical soap opera.


Elle Fanning got to go through a binder to pick who her first kiss would be!
June 22nd, 2017 under Conan O'Brien, Dakota and Elle Fanning. [ Comments: none ]

When you and I kissed our first person, it happened naturally or by a bottle’s selection! But for a 13-year-old Elle Fanning, it did not happen that way.

The cute as a button actress told Conan O’Brien on his TBS show that her first kiss was on a camera. When the producers found that out, they gave her a binder and told her to pick the boy she would want to share that memorable moment with. She picked that boy and that instant was caught on camera. If we can do some detective work, we can figure out who she shared that magic moment with. And we can witness it because she revealed that it made the final cut of the film.

Don’t you wish we had that opportunity? You know, go through the yearbook and say this is the one I want to lock lips with for the first time? It would have saved me from kissing a boy with bad breath at camp. You never forget your first, especially like that.

So I decided to the math and her first kiss was in Ginger & Rosa, I just cannot see who he is.


BTWF roles: Elle Fanning in I am Sam
March 21st, 2013 under Before They Were Famous, Dakota and Elle Fanning. [ Comments: none ]

Before we knew that Elle Fanning was Dakota’s younger sister, she was playing the younger version of her sister in I am Sam. How absolutely awwwwdorable is the 2 year old in that 2001 movie.


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