Elle Fanning and Sister Dakota Set to Reunite on the Big Screen!
Elle Fanning and her big sister Dakota are set to work together on the big screen once again, marking their fourth collaboration in Hollywood. The two actresses have previously co-starred in movies like “I am Sam,” “War of the Worlds,” and “Very Good Girls.” The news of their reunion has left fans of the Fanning sisters elated and eagerly anticipating their next project.
The Upcoming Film
The sisters will star in the upcoming movie “The Nightingale,” which is based on Kristin Hanna’s novel by the same name. The story is set during World War II and follows the lives of two French sisters who resist against the Nazi regime.
Why This Collaboration is Special
The Fanning sisters have always spoken positively about working with each other on screen. In an interview with the New York Times, Elle shared that there is an invisible language between the two of them, which makes working together a lot easier. She also added, “I feel like there’s a certain safety net being with her because I know she’s going to make choices as an actor that are going to be for the betterment of the film.”
Fans React to the News
News of the Fanning sisters’ upcoming collaboration has been met with excitement on social media. Fans have taken to Twitter to express their anticipation for the movie, with some noting how great it will be to see the sisters portray siblings onscreen again.
Elle and Dakota Fanning, two popular actresses in Hollywood, are set to work together in their upcoming film “The Nightingale,” which will be their fourth collaboration. The movie is based on a novel and set during World War II, and fans of the sisters are eagerly anticipating their work together onscreen once again. #ENTERTAINMENT