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Jan 14, 2024
Elle Fanning Says Her Vintage Balmain Gown Is Like a ‘Museum Art Piece’ at Golden Globes 2024

Elle Fanning brought royal inspiration to the 2024 Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday. Fanning was nominated for the Best Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy award at the Golden Globes for her titular role in “The Great.”

Fanning arrived at the Beverly Hills event in a vintage Balmain gown. The off-white, strapless piece featured a ballgown silhouette and boasted a large bow across her bodice.

“This dress was pulled from Balmain’s archives for me, so it’s very special,” Fanning said to WWD. “You get nervous wearing something so fragile that’s like a museum art piece, but it’s made so beautifully it’s going to last forever. It’s the perfect dress for tonight.”

Fanning also donned Cartier jewelry, including a diamond necklace and diamond earrings shaped like wings. Her Cartier earrings were further accentuated by Fanning’s side-parted bun. The actress finished her ensemble with gold, pointed pumps and a soft, berry-colored lip.

Fanning has been previously nominated for Golden Globes in 2022 and 2021, but this is technically her first time walking the award show’s red carpet, as the 2021 ceremony was remote due to the pandemic, and the 2022 ceremony was not broadcast.

In August, it was announced that Hulu’s “The Great” would be canceled after three seasons. The period comedy starred Fanning as Catherine the Great, alongside Nicholas Hoult. The actress has since made her Broadway debut in 2023 in the drama, “Appropriate,” as River, at Second Stage’s Hayes Theater in New York, with Sarah Paulson.

Fanning has been a brand ambassador for Paco Rabanne’s Fame fragrance since 2022 and Cartier since 2023, as well as a past campaign star for Alexander McQueen, Miu Miu and Marc by Marc Jacobs. [Source]

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Oct 16, 2023
Elle and Dakota Fanning are bringing Paris Hilton’s life story to TV with A24

We understand that A24 has taken the rights to Paris Hilton‘s memoir for a TV series adaptation. The deal, we hear, is said to be in the six figures.

Hilton’s entertainment company 11:11 Media, Dakota and Elle Fanning‘s Lewellen Pictures, and David Bernad’s Middle Child Pictures are producing. No writers have been set yet on the project.

11:11 Media’s Slivington Manor will produce with A24. EPs are Hilton, Bruce Gersh, the Fannings, Brittany Kahan Ward for Lewellen Pictures, and Bernad.

While details are under wraps, Paris The Memoir, published earlier this year from HarperCollins is HIlton’s personal tell-all, battling with ADHD, her rise in pop culture, her branding. In the book’s description, Hiilton writes: “I wrote this book in an effort to understand my place in a watershed moment: the technology renaissance, the age of influencers. I also wrote this book so that the world could know who I am today. I focused on key aspects of my life that led to what I am most proud of—how my power was taken away from me and how I took it back, how I built a thriving business, a marriage and a family.”

She also adds, “There are so many young women who need to hear this story. I don’t want them to learn from my mistakes; I want them to stop hating themselves for their own mistakes. I want them to laugh and cry and embrace every aspect of who they are with fearlessness and pride. We all have our own brand of intelligence, and, girl, f*ck fitting in.”
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Sep 3, 2023
‘The Great’ Canceled By Hulu After 3 Seasons

OK, this one hurts. Hulu has canceled fan favorite The Great after three seasons.

The series starred Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult. Created, written and executive produced by Tony McNamara, The Great reinvented the period drama by revisiting the life of Catherine the Great, Russia’s reigning empress from 1762 to 1796. It depicted an iconic character and her place in history through a unique prism.

The third season dropped May 12 and revolved around Catherine (Fanning) and Nicholas (Hoult) working on their marriage.

It’s unclear what made the streamer decide to cancel the comedy, which garnered positive reviews and seven Emmy nominations since launching in 2020. It won an Emmy for Outstanding Period Costumes in 2022, the same year that Fanning and Hoult earned their first nominations for headlining the popular series. Fanning also received numerous other accolades for her performance as Catherine, including a SAG, a Critics Choice, an Independent Spirit Award and two Golden Globe nominations.

A spokesperson for Hulu declined comment.

The Great also starred Phoebe Fox, Adam Godley, Gwilym Lee, Charity Wakefield, Douglas Hodge, Sacha Dhawan, Bayo Gbadamosi and Belinda Bromilow. Several key characters were killed off in the third season, which earned the strongest accolades compared to the previous two seasons.

The season 3 finale wasn’t exactly a cliffhanger, as it ends with Catherine showing tremendous growth as a ruler (while sporting a new haircut). She also dances to AC/DC.

Besides McNamara, The Great was also executive produced by Fanning, Hoult, Marian Macgowan, Mark Winemaker, Echo Lake’s Brittany Kahan Ward, Doug Mankoff and Andrew Spaulding, Thruline’s Ron West and Josh Kesselman. The project is produced by Civic Center Media in association with MRC Television. [Source]

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May 9, 2023
Kerry Washington, Elle Fanning and More Join Variety TV FYC Fest

Variety will return in-person with its TV FYC Fest on June 7 in L.A., featuring HBO/Max Chief Casey Bloys, Kerry Washington, Elle Fanning, Janelle James, Gina Rodriguez and Weird Al Yankovic.

Fanning (“The Great”), James (“Abbott Elementary”), Rodriguez (“Not Dead Yet”) and Washington (“UnPrisoned”) will participate in a roundtable celebrating Disney’s TV female comedy standouts.

Bloys, chairman and CEO of HBO and Max Content will offer his vision for TV storytelling with Cynthia Littleton, co-editor-in-chief of Variety, in what will be his first interview following the series finale episode of “Succession.”

Christina Applegate will receive the 2023 Variety TV Fest Legacy award, recognizing her storytelling achievements as an actor and producer.

Creators and cast of “Reno 911” will converge for a 20-year reunion of the series, featuring Thomas Lennon, Niecy Nash-Betts, Kerri Silver-Kenney, Cedric Yarbrough, Carlos Alazraqui and Mary Birdsong.

Yankovic will discuss his work producing and writing the TV movie “Weird: The Al Yankovic Story.”

HBO/Max will present two Meet the Makers roundtables, one featuring TV directors and the other featuring stand-up comedians.

A roundtable going behind the scenes of BET’s “The Ms. Pat Show” will feature Ms. Pat, the star, co-creator, and executive producer; Jordan E. Cooper, showrunner; and Mary Lou Belli, director.

A reality trailblazers session will include Kristin Cavallari (“Very Cavallari,” “The Hills”), Trixie Mattel (“RuPaul’s Drag Race”), Johnny Bananas (“The Challenge”) and Hannah Brown (“Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test,” “The Bachelor”).
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Jul 1, 2022
Elle Fanning Shares How Her Love of Vintage Translates to Beauty

While Memorial Day Weekend is the kickoff to the summer season for many, it’s Cannes Film Festival for in-demand celebs. It’s the day after Elle Fanning’s Cannes red carpet debut, and she’s gushing: “Cannes is such a glamourous place, but it’s also on the beach, so during the day, I try to be very glowy; I want to stay fresh, and I like a dewiness to the skin.” The Great actress is on the go—right after Cannes, she is heading to Paris and then back to London to start filming Season three of The Great. Nevertheless, she takes 15 minutes from her beach day to talk with ELLE about her summer beauty routine, which era inspires her red carpet looks, and the key to kicking nail-biting.

For Elle Fanning, journeying to the South of France means it’s time to kick up her sun protection. “My summer beauty must-have is sunscreen because I’m the palest person ever,” she laughs. Low-maintenance beauty looks are in, focusing on skin, which is in alignment with the beauty looks Fanning loves. Fanning likes to keep her off-duty routine simple when not on the red carpet simple: “I always have a concealer; L’Oreal has this kind of crayon, True Match Concealer. It’s like, the lightest one, but it’s so perfect,” she reveals. Like many fans of the affordable product, Fanning raves about the formula—“It goes on easily. I love it. That’s always in my bag.” In addition to concealer, Fanning loves blush. “That is my number one,” she states regarding her “must-haves”—“I want to look like I have rosy cheeks,” she explains.

However, when it’s time to turn up the glam, Fanning isn’t afraid to go bolder and looks to Old Hollywood to show her the way. “I have always loved [Marilyn Monroe]—Grace Kelly [too],” she shares, which is no surprise, as it’s public knowledge of Fanning’s love for vintage clothing. Her style choices are reminiscent of the era. The star was spotted wearing Lapima’s Julieta sunglasses in black days before. The chic cat-eye frame paid homage to an age she loves. “The 50s-60s are my favorite beauty era regarding makeup. I think it’s glamorous and sexy for a woman,” she coos. She’s a fan of the cat-eye, originating in ancient Egypt and popularized in the United States in the 1950s. “I think it really can make you stand out, but I’m not doing it myself,” exclaims Fanning before adding, “Oh God, I can do one [eye], I just can’t do the other one!”
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Jun 3, 2022
Elle Fanning, Toni Collette Among Actresses Who Could Land Double Emmy Noms

Through the years, there have been countless creators, producers, directors and actors who have gone without an Emmy Award. And then there are those lucky enough to earn multiple kudos for different projects — in the same year.

That could be the case for numerous stars leading up to the 2022 Emmys, with more than a dozen actors with multiple projects on the bubble. Elle Fanning is Hulu’s shining star this year, with both “The Great” and “The Girl From Plainville” in the conversation; not only does she lead the comedy and the dark drama, she also serves as an executive producer on both.

“I only had two weeks in between to go from ‘The Great’ to ‘The Girl From Plainville.’ So it was a complete 180 for sure,” says Fanning of wrapping the second season of the period comedy and heading into the true-crime story. “‘The Girl Form Plainville’ was a project that I knew was kind of looming. During filming ‘The Great,’ I knew that it was a project I had signed on to do. It was that daunting thing in the back of your head that you’re nervous about and actually don’t quite know what you’re going to do with the character yet. Honestly, during ‘The Great,’ I was really suppressing thinking about Michelle [Carter].”

During those two weeks, Fanning had to do the research to discover the real person past what the media knew about Carter, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 2017 after encouraging her boyfriend to take his own life.

“There’s not a lot on her. There’s a lot of photographs and there are YouTube videos of her in court just sitting. She never testifies, she never speaks,” Fanning says. “It was really from the ground up.”

While she was hesitant to sign on as so many of those involved are still alive and affected, becoming a producer helped that skepticism.
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May 23, 2022
Elle Fanning on Finding Her Voice Producing ‘The Great’

The L’Oréal ambassador has grown up on film, and stepping behind the camera has given her a new power.

She’s been in films and on the jury, and had some major fashion moments on the red carpet. Elle Fanning is back in Cannes to celebrate the 25th anniversary of L’Oréal Paris’ partnership with the film festival at a gala dinner Tuesday night.

The evening included the ladies of L’Oréal, with Viola Davis, Eva Longoria and Katherine Langford among them.

“They really lead by example. Everyone is very strong, opinionated, powerful women and L’Oréal Paris never deters anyone from speaking up and being their true sense of self. So I think for me, I’ve learned most watching them all just be entirely them and they’re entirely truthful to who they are, and I tried to live by that,” Fanning says.

She admits to it being hard growing up in the social media age, which brings a whole different type of pressure than being in the starring-role spotlight.

“You try to conform, you know, and especially with young girls these days, you want to tell them you don’t have to. There is no mold in life, even though sometimes you see a mold that you don’t necessarily fit into, and that’s OK. Everyone is completely different. We should be celebrating the power in the individual.”

Fanning prefers to let it all hang out on Instagram, including documenting a recent battle with eczema. “I posted that and showed this is [what’s happening to] my eyes. I’m embracing this and just trying to be honest. I try to be myself and not go to the dark side that you can fall into, which I have, looking at images and comparing yourself. But you have to remind yourself, it’s not real. It’s a curated life. And yeah it can be hard sometimes for sure, but that would be my message [to young girls].”

Fanning, who grew up on film after her first appearance at age three, has stepped into producing shows for “The Great” and “The Girl From Plainville.” Her years of experience on film sets — and constant curiosity about what was going on behind the camera — led her to the leadership role. “I’ve grown and I’m now very not afraid to speak up,” she says.
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May 23, 2022
Elle Fanning on the Fashion Fantasy Behind Her Cannes Looks: ‘You Have to Bring the Dramatics’

“I have so much fun with it,” the L’Oréal Paris International Spokesperson tells PEOPLE of working with her stylist Samantha McMillen on her show-stopping Cannes wardrobe

Preparing for the Cannes red carpet is a marathon, not a sprint. Just ask Elle Fanning, who spends months concepting her fashion moments with stylist Samantha McMillen.

“I have so much fun with it,” Elle tells PEOPLE at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival. “Samantha and I work closely together on coming up with the looks and designing clothes in our head, and I really enjoy the process.”

That process can be “time consuming” according to Fanning, 24, who says she collaborates closely with her hair, makeup and styling teams on “what character” she’ll channel on the carpet.

“I’ve always loved fashion, and Cannes is probably the biggest and the best red carpet in the world,” the L’Oréal Paris International Spokesperson says. “There’s nothing like it — it’s so wide on both sides so you have to think about the 360-degree view of the look.”

Fanning adds that there’s “no hiding” on the famous Palais des Festivals carpet and steps.

“It’s like the train has to be perfect — all around look has to bring the dramatics in some way.”

And bring the dramatics she did, hitting the Top Gun: Maverick premiere in a custom blush Armani Privé gown featuring intricate beading, a tulle overlay, fishtail train and romantic sweetheart neckline. She topped off the look with a dazzling Chopard diamond necklace and fabric from the dress tied into her romantic side-swept waves styled by Jenda.
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May 23, 2022
Elle Fanning Reacts to Tom Cruise’s Sweet Shout-Out at Cannes: I Was ‘Pinching Myself’

Elle Fanning tells PEOPLE that she “was freaking out” and “sort of crying/blushing” while Tom Cruise praised her Wednesday at the Cannes Film Festival

Elle Fanning is still recovering after her shout-out from Tom Cruise.

Speaking to the audience at the premiere of his new movie Top Gun: Maverick Wednesday at the Cannes Film Festival, Cruise, 59, praised Elle, 24, while sharing an early memory of the “very talented actress.”

“And it’s wonderful to see you here, and see your sister,” Cruise added, referencing Elle’s older sister Dakota Fanning, with whom he starred in 2005’s War of the Worlds.

Elle — who smiled widely from her seat during Cruise’s speech — told PEOPLE after the event that she “was freaking out” and “sort of crying/blushing” during the sweet moment.

“I was waking up pinching myself. Did that really happen last night? Was I dreaming?” adds the actress and L’Oréal Paris International Spokesperson.

During his speech, Cruise praised Elle and Dakota, 28, for their acting talent and ambition at a young age, after first meeting them as children.
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A royal woman living in rural Austria during the seventeenth century is forced to choose between her own personal happiness and the future of Russia, when she marries an Emperor.

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