In the midst of the chaos happening around the world, today we celebrate one of the sweetest, most wholesome holidays of all — National Siblings Day.
If your social feeds have been blowing up with nostalgic throwback pics of your friends and their siblings, you’re not alone. Even celebs have been celebrating the holiday with sentimental childhood snaps!
The 18-year-old actress was seen on the set of I Think We’re Alone Now on Monday (April 3) in Westchester county, New York. Elle was filming scenes with Game of Thrones actor Peter Dinklage.
Here’s a synopsis of the movie: The apocalypse proves a blessing in disguise for one lucky recluse — until a second survivor arrives with the threat of companionship. No release date has been revealed just yet, but stay tuned! It should hit theaters sometime next year. More Here! »
Elle Fanning just looks like someone who would give great advice — and she does!
In her recent feature with ELLE UK, the young actress was dishing out stellar advice to fans in a Q&A piece on the website.
Elle spoke about gender identity, fashion, beauty and more. Our favorite was definitely about social media.
The fan asked about sharing her entire life on social media, just like her friends do.
“I recently turned my Instagram public on my 18th birthday, but I still don’t post everything I do, and I’m not on Twitter or Facebook,” she shared. “You have to leave a little mystery.”
She added, “With old movie stars, all you saw were rare interviews where they only shared what they wanted to – that’s what made them so interesting. You could separate the characters from the women, so if you watch them on screen you’re not thinking about what they had for breakfast. If you don’t feel comfortable sharing, then definitely don’t do it.”
Elle is also pictured out in Los Angeles earlier this week.
How cool is that fact? Dakota and Elle Fanning are the first sister actresses EVER to be featured on the cover of Vanity Fair‘s annual Hollywood issue!
Dakota and Elle have been impressing everyone on the big screen since they babies and it’s only right for them to be featured along the likes of Emma Stone, Ruth Negga, Natalie Portman and more on the 2017 cover this year.
“Instrumental roles in Maleficent, as Princess Aurora, and as the exasperated daughter in Trumbo didn’t quite prep viewers for the one-two whammo of 2016’s The Neon Demon and 20th Century Women,” the mag writes of Elle‘s impact on cinema.
They add for Dakota, “Like her younger sister, Elle, Dakota looks dreamily evocative of days past, a convincing sojourner in the punk 70s (as Cherie Currie in The Runaways), the stuffily repressed Victorian era (Effie Gray), and the revolutionary 60s (Ewan McGregor’s adaptation of Philip Roth’s novel American Pastoral).”
Elle Fanning shows off her cute style with a giant bow-tie while attending Glamour and Girldaze‘s luncheon celebrating films powered by women at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival on Tuesday (January 24) in Park City, Utah.
Also in attendance at the event was Zoey Deutch, who was one of the co-hosts for the luncheon. She is in town with two movies at the festival and she was joined by mom Lea Thompson and Before I Fall director Ry Russo-Young.
Zoey spoke to WWD at the festival to explain how doing press there is so much different than for other movies.
“Generally when you are doing movie press, you are holed up in a room and you don’t see sunlight for 13 hours and this is so beautiful,” she said while looking out a window at the snowy scenery.