We are here tonight with Dakota Fanning, who just survived the mammoth task of her last movie. Hi, Dakota, and welcome to All My Celebrities.
It's a pleasure being here, also because your building is next to a falafel joint I dig a lot.
Which is the most embarrassing DVD in your collection?
Kerboom! Excluding "Disaster Movie", probabably it is "Parting Shots" or "Gigli".
You are just back from a filming location in Tibet. How was the accomodation?
Actually, I spent 3 full weeks in a Tibetan monastery before I got the idea it was not the Sheraton hotel. In the meantime, I learnt to project my aura, about 8 inches far.
Have you ever participated in a séance?
Yep! It was a very unsettling experience. At a certain point, the ghost of Charles I of England manifested and revealed that I'm probably the reincarnation of a neighbor of Rene Descartes.
Are you allergic to anything?
I'm allergic to potassium nitrate, paparazzi and groundhogs.
Are you aware of the rumors about you and the panda appearing in your last movie?
My lawyers ordered me to lawyer up.
When you were a little girl, did you see acting as a possible profession?
Why not! Even though it was my second choice. First one was president of Burundi. Or maybe sewer inspector, it was a hard choice.
In a letter printed on Texan Chemical Transactions, dr. Daniel Williams observed that your movies are "a dramatic quintessence of modernistic pragmatic accidentalism". Anything to add?
Well, I think that in his last paper appeared on Transactions on Pragmatic Theory, prof. Andrew U. Cruz utterly refuted that bizarre observation.
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