Elle Fanning looks ethereal in a photo from her cover shoot for C magazine, on stands November 29.
The 18-year-old actress opened up about growing up in Hollywood, going back to school and making her Instagram public. Check it:
On social media and making her Instagram account public: “Well, my parents never let me have a Facebook account. And I had a private Instagram, but I was always a little intimidated by it. I have never had a Twitter account. People just argue on Twitter and I want to stay away. I guess I like Instagram because I am a visual person.”
On her role in 20th Century Women: “I play a girl who goes to high school in the late ‘70s in Santa Barbara, but I have never, you know, stood in the hall of a school, doing high school things.”
On going back to school: “If I do go back to school one day, which I think I will, it will be for photography.”
On growing up in Hollywood: “It all feels very normal to me. I’ve always been on movie sets, and I have learned so much. I really hope to be a director one day, to feel so free to invent stuff…To have something that’s mine, my own thing that I pour myself into, that’s my dream.”
FYI: Elle is wearing a Burberry dress and Gucci earrings on the cover.
The exhibit features photography from the late Anton, and is described as “experimental, provocative and surrealist.” It will contain 40 images and proceeds from print sales will benefit the Anton Yelchin Foundation, according to Access Hollywood.
Antonpassed away this past June after a freak accident caused his Jeep to roll down his driveway and crush him against a gate.
The postapocalyptic film I Think We’re Alone Now, centers on Del (Drinklage), who finds his innermost fantasies of seclusion realized when the rest of humanity is wiped out in a mysterious incident. But then a second survivor (Fanning) arrives and threatens to disrupt his newfound sense of order.
The 22-year-old American Pastoral actress opened up to the glossy about her career, her sister Elle, and more. Check it:
On not chasing after roles: “Approaching a director is just not me. When it feels like you’re clamoring for someone’s attention? No, it’s really ok if you don’t want me to be in [your film]!”
On her relationship with her actress sister Elle: “People unfortunately love to see conflict. And if it’s between family? Between sisters? Even better. The assumption that we’re really competitive, that people even ask that, is horrible. It’s implied our family [is] torn apart by jealousy. It shows people don’t pay attention to who we are, just surface stuff: sisters, blond, blue-eyed, kind of the same age… We don’t even think we look alike! Our personalities are worlds apart; we both feel that, we both know that. Anyone who knows us knows that.”
On not wanting others to take care of her: “It actually comes from being a bit of a control freak. I don’t like anyone doing anything for me. There are all these people on set who want to take care of you – ‘Can I get you water? Do you want this? Are you hungry? Are you tired? Do you want a Coke? Are you cold?’ It comes from a lovely place, and some [actors] need that, and that’s fine. Me, I feel like if you give into that, you become this person who doesn’t know how to do anything for yourself. I take a lot of pride in [being self-sufficient]. I’m a proud person.”
Elle Fanning looks pretty in a pink embellished dress while at the premiere of her movie 20th Century Women during the the 2016 Mill Valley Film Festival on Thurday night (October 13) in San Rafael, Calif.