Elle Fanning Shares Her Thoughts on How Disney Princesses Have Evolved

Elle Fanning Shares Her Thoughts on How Disney Princesses Have Evolved

Elle Fanning flashes a grin in her new cover shoot for Elle Australia‘s November issue, on sale Monday (October 21)!

Here’s what the Teen Spirit star had to say to the outlet:

On her Cannes Film Festival looks and her love of Old Hollywood glamour: “At Cannes, you can go big and that’s what I wanted. I wanted to do separates, and I asked Dior if they would be into a ball skirt and shirt situation, and it morphed into the New Look. We added the hat very last-minute. It was exciting because I’m very nostalgic of the ’50s and ’60s. Old Hollywood glamour is so classic, I wish it would come back.”

On feeling most at home on the red carpet: “I dressed really crazy at school. So obviously people weren’t necessarily going to be like, ‘You’re so cool.’ The red carpet was like a home for me—from a young age, the fashion community embraced me. The red carpet felt safe. I don’t feel judged on it—I feel free to express that side of myself. It’s such a creative outlet, something I could really take control of.”

On how Disney princesses have evolved: “When I was young I watched all the animated Disney films, and they’re beautiful in their own way, but the women aren’t extremely complex and they do rely on the men a lot. The modern fairytale with a twist is so important.”

On working with her older sister Dakota Fanning: “We’d love to do something together… It would be great, because we don’t really talk about each other’s work. … She knows what I’m thinking, and she’s the best advice giver. As we get older, we get to be good friends.”

For more from Elle Fanning, visit Elle.com.au.

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Sky Katz Rocks Butterfly Top & Black Overalls at Billboard Hip Hop Power Players Event

Sky Katz Rocks Butterfly Top & Black Overalls at Billboard Hip Hop Power Players Event

Sky Katz shows off her style at the Billboard 2019 Hip Hop Power Players event!

The 14-year-old Raven’s Home actress stepped out for the event held at Union West Events on Thursday (October 17) in New York City.

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She paired a semi-sheer long-sleeve butterfly shirt with a pair of black overalls and metallic silver sneakers, finishing off her look with long silver earrings and a silver chain on her overalls.

“Back at it again like a bad habit ⛓🖤⛓,” Sky Katz shared on Instagram with a photo of her outfit, adding in her Stories, “New music soon.”

ICYMI, Raven’s Home was just renewed for a fourth season!

READ MORE: Sky Katz Opens Up About Collaborating with Annie LeBlanc

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Ryan McCartan Shares His Thoughts on a 'Liv & Maddie' Reboot

Ryan McCartan Shares His Thoughts on a 'Liv & Maddie' Reboot

Would Ryan McCartan ever return for a Liv and Maddie reboot?

The R.L. Stine’s Monsterville: The Cabinet of Souls actor – who played Diggie on the Disney Channel series from 2013-2017 – opened up in a new interview with J-14.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Ryan McCartan

“Yeah, I’ll do anything,” he told the outlet about reprising his role.

The show also starred Joey Bragg, Dove Cameron, and Tenzing Norgay Trainor.

On keeping in touch with his former co-stars, Ryan McCartan shared, “Everyone kind of went off and did their own thing. Which is fine, it happens.”

READ MORE: Dove Cameron Spills On How They Filmed ‘Liv & Maddie’

Jensen Ackles Reflects on 'Supernatural' Coming to an End

Jensen Ackles Reflects on 'Supernatural' Coming to an End

Jensen Ackles is having a “heavy reflection kinda Saturday.”

The Supernatural actor – who plays Dean Winchester in the series – opened up to fans in an Instagram post on Saturday (October 19).

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“Lawrence, Kansas,” he captioned a slideshow of images of himself at Stull Cemetery in Stull, Kan. “Nearly 15 years ago we set out to tell a story based in this bucolic gem of a town. And more specifically, this exact graveyard. The Stull Cemetery.”

“Was an odd feeling walking these grounds…knowing the end of our Supernatural journey will be coming to an end soon,” Jensen Ackles added. “It’s a heavy reflection kinda Saturday.”

Supernatural‘s final season 15 kicked off on October 10! It airs Thursdays at 8/7c on The CW.

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Kristen Stewart Reveals Why Her Fame Doesn't Feel 'Scary Anymore'

Kristen Stewart Reveals Why Her Fame Doesn't Feel 'Scary Anymore'

Kristen Stewart strikes a thoughtful pose on one of the covers of Stellar‘s 150th issue, celebrating strong women of the screen!

Here’s what the Twilight star had to say to the outlet:

On overcoming the scrutiny that came with her appearance in the blockbuster Twilight films – and learning to balance her private and public lives: “It’s a lot about relinquishing control. I’m really not worried about anything that might happen. The worst thing is that I could fall on my face anywhere, and listen, it’s really not that bad when people fall down. It doesn’t matter. It’s gotten a lot easier for me to not take it too seriously and not feel, like, immense pressure while talking to people. It’s not scary anymore because I actually see how cool it is that I get to connect with so many people.”

On Jodie Foster, a mentor and early co-star in 2002’s Panic Room: “She’s sort of anti-Hollywood and not in the way that is remotely disdainful; it’s that her sensibilities are so uniquely creative and singular. I love her. If we had to represent the human race to an alien planet, I have a shortlist and it would be Cate Blanchett and Jodie Foster who would need to go up and represent us [laughs].”

On the original 1970s Charlie’s Angels television series being seen as either a revolutionary show for women or a voyeuristic show for men: “I have no conflicted feelings by saying that I think some of the most beautiful stories are told about women by men. But there is just a distinctly different gaze in Liz’s perspective. It’s really rad that we’re starting to value a diversified perspective because we’ve been missing out on so many incredible stories… Women want to look sexy and want to look sexy to each other. It’s totally independent of sexualizing it – you can still run around in your underwear as long as you’re the one owning that. There was something really aspirational watching Cameron Diaz dancing around in her underwear [in 2000’s Charlie’s Angels]. I want the movie to be a lot more than that, but at the same time just repossessing beauty in this way is really only available to us now.”

For more from Kristen Stewart, visit StellarMag.com.au.

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Also pictured inside: Game of ThronesEmilia Clarke and Terminator‘s Linda Hamilton.

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