Dakota Fanning chats away on her phone while out and about in New York City late last week.
In a recent interview with The Telegragh, the 18-year-old actress opened up about her latest film, Now is Good, and what she’s really getting into in college.
“I think I really like psychology because my job is all about getting inside another person’s mind and thoughts,” she shared. “And somehow with all of my assignments I end up talking in one way or another about what I do.”
Dakota added about Now is Good: “There are things that she [Tess] sets out to do, a “bucket list” of sorts, but I think a bigger theme of the film is that life just happens. You try to plan things, but sometimes you have no control, and that can actually be pretty great.”
She continued, “Tess does fall in love, and that’s one of the things that drew me to the story, because as a young woman you have dreams of having boyfriends and going to college and meeting someone you want to spend the rest of your life with and having kids and thinking about someone for whom none of these things will happen… that was what took me there.”