Probably there are people who take Dakota Fanning as a child, but I never did. She has always seemed grown-up to me despite the fact she has a doll face and sometimes appears in public in really odd clothes. She seemed grown-up to me because she was smart and kept her life private. And that’s exactly what she talked about in the interview for Wonderland Magazine the April/May 2012 issue if which she covered.
Photographed by Cedric Buchet Dakota Fanning appears very elegant on the cover of Wonderland Magazine. She wears a Giorgio Armani shirt and a spectacular hat adorned with pompoms. A white rat ruins the glam image though, but it does make it very dramatic.
In the interview for Wonderland Magazine Dakota Fanning says she prefers to stay away from paparazzi and never tells people where she goes or what she plans to do. She has no Twitter or Facebook accounts and thinks life is easier without social networks.
I just … I really don’t need to let people know where I am and what I’m doing. I feel like a lot of people want their privacy but yet they … tell people where they are. It’s just not for me. I don’t have a Facebook or Twitter and I won’t ever. There’s plenty of impostors out there! There’s enough Dakota Fannings on Twitter for all of us!”
Dakota also complains that before she turned 18 she was often considered a child actress while she believed she was old enough to do serious roles:
I’ve never really felt like a child star, that name always felt really odd to me. I’ve just felt like I was an actor at 6 and 7 and, you know, a child who happened to act. But when you turn 18 you’re seen as able to do more things and more roles.”
Unlike majority of teenagers and some adults Dakota Fanning knows exactly what she wants to do in her life and where she belongs to:
For someone who’s that young to feel completely at home being filmed playing someone else, that really means that that’s where you belong. So that’s how I view that film as a whole – as a moment when I just realized, ‘I could do this. I could do this forever.’”
Dakota Fanning for Wonderland Magazine:
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