Dakota Fanning and Jeremy Irvine film their latest film "Now is Good." The film is about a girl dying of leukaemia who compiles a list of things she'd like to do before passing away. Topping the list is her desire to lose her virginity.
Everyone loves a good period piece, and Dakota Fanning and Emma Thompson are joining forces on the new 1850s biopic “Effie.”
In the film, Dakota will play Euphemia Gray, who married famed critic John Ruskin. Though Effie was gorgeous, her husband never consummated the marriage over five years because he was disgusted by her body. In the end, Effie falls in love with Ruskin’s protege John Everett Millais.
Meanwhile, Thompson plays the part of Lady Eastlake who takes Effie under her wing and helps her cope with her dysfunctional marriage.
Emma also wrote the script for the film. Producer Don Rosenfeld told press, “It’s Emma Thompson’s first original script after doing several fine adaptations, and it gets to the heart of Victorian England. The script for Effie was always brilliant, but sometimes these things take time.”
Making for the perfect choice as a face of the scent, Dakota Fanning is featured in the Oh, Lola campaign for Marc Jacobs' new perfume.
The "Sixth Sense" actress playfully posed in a pink-themed photo shoot with pictures below and behind the scenes video available above.
As for the new Marc Jacobs offering, Oh, Lola is described as having "top notes of effervescent raspberry, frais des bois and pear, a heart of peony, magnolia and cyclamen, and a drydown of vanilla, sandalwood and tonka bean."
Having been released this month, Dakota told WWD of the gig, “Every time one of Marc’s fragrances comes out I run to the store to buy it. The moment I was asked to be a part of the Oh, Lola campaign, I was so humbled and said yes immediately.”
Meanwhile, Jacobs dished on his latest scent, “We recolored the bottle and changed the juice. This Lola is more of a Lolita than a Lola, but we weren’t going to call the fragrance Lolita. Lola is more seductive; Oh, Lola is sensual, but she’s sweeter.”