admin — July 7,2018 — 0 Comments

Dakota, recently did an interview with the magazine W Magazine and spoke about her work in the series “The Alienist” and about her problem with the costumes. Read the article below, and see the beautiful photo taken by Alasdair McLellan in the gallery.

A long time ago, I was in a miniseries called Taken that Steven Spielberg produced for the Sci Fi channel. I hadn’t really done anything else on TV until The Alienist. We shot the show for almost seven months in Budapest, Hungary, which became my home. I sobbed hysterically when I had to leave my life there.

Were you also attached to your character’s corset?

I didn’t get quite as attached to the corset. But one of the most important things about The Alienist was the costumes. I fainted during my first fitting. I had just gotten off the plane and was swollen and jet-lagged. They put the corset on, and I said, “I’m going down!” I had to sit. But I got used to it. My body completely changed. For better or worse, the corset puts you into the character. It affects everything you do: breathing, walking, sitting, standing, and definitely eating.

Do you watch television?

Yes! I’m obsessed with The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. Some of the best TV I’ve ever seen was the breakup of Arie and Becca on last season’s Bachelor. That’s what I’m trying to figure out: With reality television, if it’s all set up and fake, then they’ve got the greatest actors in the world. W Magazine

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admin — June 6,2018 — 0 Comments

Dakota did two new photoshoot for The Wrap while promoting “The Alienist”. She also gave an interview about her character. Watch the video below.

Dakota Fanning, who stars as a police secretary in TNT’s 1890s crime drama “The Alienist,” says her character’s storylines disappointingly reflect much of modern-day women’s experiences.
Fanning’s Sara Howard, secretary to the police commissioner, is often the butt of the mistreatment from her co-workers, but by the end of the series, she’s also the one pushing them to solve the case of a serial killer murdering young children.
“You see Sara’s involvement evolve, and we see her kind of come into her power in her position at the police department,” Fanning said in an interview with TheWrap. “We see her in this position of power, wanting to continue this case when everyone else is thinking it’s hopeless … and maybe not worth it.” THE WRAP

    
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