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    Amy Berg and Nicole Holofcener's 'Every Secret Thing' Adds Dakota Fanning and Danielle Macdonald

    Amy Berg's West Memphis Three doc "West of Memphis" played Sundance and Toronto 2012 before being shortlisted for the Best Documentary Oscar, and now the director is entering the narrative realm with "Every Secret Thing," penned by Nicole Holofcener ("Please Give," "Friends with Money").

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    Dakota Fanning and Danielle Macdonald Join Amy Berg's Narrative Debut 'Every Secret Thing'

    Dakota Fanning and Danielle Macdonald Join Amy Berg's Narrative Debut 'Every Secret Thing'

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    Dakota Fanning Will Share 'Every Secret Thing' With Elizabeth Banks & Diane Lane

    Dakota Fanning seems determined to prove to audiences she's all grown up. She apparently gets quite naked in "Very Good Girls" which just premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and not too long ago she signed on to play Kevin Kline's teenage lover in "The Last Of Robin Hood....

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    Dakota Fanning To Star Opposite Kevin Kline As His Teenage Lover In ‘The Last Of Robin Hood’

    When it was announced in October that Kevin Kline would play screen icon Errol Flynn in “The Last of Robin Hood” a film about his inappropriate romance with teenage actress Beverly Aadland toward the end of his life, the question on everyone’s mind was -- which lucky young actress ...

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    First Pics Of Elizabeth Olsen & Dakota Fanning In 'Very Good Girls'

    First it was "Martha Marcy May Marlene" in 2011, and then "Red Lights" and "Liberal Arts" in 2012, and Elizabeth Olsen is once again set to turn heads in Park City at the Sundance Film Festival with a new movie under her arm for 2013.

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    Rome Review: 'The Motel Life' A Small But Perfectly Formed Indie With A Sweet, Sad Heart Of Gold

    On the surface, there should be nothing particularly special about producer-turned-director brothers Gabe and Alan Polsky's debut, "The Motel Life," which premieres tonight at the Rome Film Festival. Threatening to sound like indie-by-numbers on paper, the film, based on the well-received novel of t...

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    First Look: Dakota Fanning, Emile Hirsch & Stephen Dorff In 'The Motel Life'

    Nope, the festival season isn't over yet. The Rome Film Festival gets underway this weekend, and our Jessica Kiang will be on the ground fueled on espressos and cinemas to bring us coverage. But before that, we've got a few sneaks at some of the movies coming up, and the first is from "...

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    Early Look at the WIGS Channel's Celia Starring Dakota Fanning and Allison Janney

    Premiering on You Tube’s WIGS channel this Friday is Celia—a short film about reproductive rights starring Dakota Fanning and Allison Janney. Written and directed by Rodrigo Garcia (also a co-creator of WIGS) he talks about the importance of the film:

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    Jesse Eisenberg Replacing Paul Dano In Kelly Reichardt's 'Night Moves,' Dakota Fanning Also In Talks

    Even after the back-to-back successes of "Zombieland" and "The Social Network," it was never quite clear if Jesse Eisenberg would be able to maintain a lasting stardom. He's an immensely talented actor, but also one who's been strongly associated with a certain kind of role, one that, like Michael C...

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    4 Pics Of Dakota Fanning In The Period Drama 'Effie'

    For a while there last year, it looked like Emma Thompson's script for the film "Effie" was never going to reach production. The film is based on the true love affair between Victorian artist, architect, poet and political thinker John Ruskin and his wife, Effie Gray, and the mysteriou...

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