Topic: Elle Fanning

Elle Fanning’s Promposal Story Is So Adorably Awkward You’ll Actually Be Jealous Of It

Elle Fanning's Promposal Story Is So Adorably Awkward You'll Actually Be Jealous Of It

I don’t know if you know this, but asking someone to prom these days isn’t just something you casually do one day while chatting with your friend at your locker between class. Kids take this very seriously, and people have started referring to it as a “promposal.” In 20 years, don’t you want a memorable story to tell your children about how you got asked to a school dance when you were 16? More »

We Rank 19 Child Actors From Most Talented To Least

We Rank 19 Child Actors From Most Talented To Least

This is a crazy world of ours, and I feel like people are getting famous younger and younger. Some of them because they’re talented, but some just…because. They’re all extremely lucky and hard-working, but let’s not labor under the assumption that all child stars are created equal. I was never one myself, but that doesn’t mean I’m not capable of gazing upon their working and making judgements on it. More »

Elle Fanning Proves She’s Not Fourteen By Expressing Interest In College

Elle Fanning Proves She's Not Fourteen By Expressing Interest In College

If you’re like me, you’ve had a sneaking suspicion for some time now that Elle Fanning is not whom she claims to be. She says she’s fourteen years old, but I’m not 100% convinced she isn’t a British 26-year old, mostly because there’s absolutely no way in a fair world that some girl in her early-middle teens should have it more together than I do in my middle-middle twenties. More »

Elle Fanning Steals The Terribly Depressing Show In Ginger And Rosa

Elle Fanning Steals The Terribly Depressing Show In Ginger And Rosa

The basics of Ginger and Rosa make it sound like it could be fun: two teenage girls, Ginger (Elle Fanning) and Rosa (Alice Englert) romp around 1960s London, skipping school, kissing boys, and discussing the current events of the time. Plus it has a sort of cutesy sounding title. But this is no American Dreams (yes, I’m still missing that show), or Mad Men, or whatever romantic vision of the 60s you might have. More »