New in the gallery are The Last of Robin Hood screen captures. Dakota is in more or less every scene and is terrific as Beverly Aadland! Her scenes with Susan Sarandon and Kevin Kline are all fantastic and she looks so lovely in all the 1950s clothes. If you haven’t already seen it I hope you can soon. As usual, the caps may contain spoilers.
MOVIES Coming Soon have shared a short clip from The Last of Robin Hood, you can watch Dakota in action below:
The trailer for The Last of Robin Hood is now online! Plenty of snippets of Dakota as Beverly Aadland throughout, take a look at the trailer and our screen captures below:
In a pair of gorgeous sparkly shoes, Dakota was photographed by David Slijper for the Italian shoe brand Attilio Giusti Leombruni’s Spring/Summer 2014 campaign. The three Giusti sisters Sara, Vera and Marianna said of Dakota:
She takes us back to basics, where we naturally belong. Dakota encapsulates the contemporary spirit of the AGL brand and its features: minimalist aesthetics, compatibility with urban life and a sense of couture.
During the the holidays, Dakota and her mom were photographed out in Los Angeles enjoying time together. We’ve also got the first poster for The Last of Robin Hood, which Dakota is featured on.
Today we have a new set of HQ portraits from the 70th Venice Film Festival, shot by photographer Eric Catarina. And Dakota isn’t finished with festivals for 2013 just yet – she’s set to attend the Mill Valley Film Festival in October. The last time she attended this particular festival to promote a movie was in 2008, for The Secret Life of Bees. This time she’ll be there for Effie Gray.
Something else to look out for in October is the US edition of Vogue. Below you’ll find a scan from the magazine, a brand new photo of Dakota we haven’t seen before. I can’t wait to see more from this shoot!
The video below is an interview during TIFF, where there’s a small clip of Dakota in The Last of Robin Hood:
Since arriving in Toronto on Thursday evening, Dakota has been busy at TIFF! She attended the premiere for The Last of Robin Hood on Friday as well as a live read by Jason Reitman of Boogie Nights. Jeff Vespa, Larry Busacca and Mike Windle photographed her during a portrait session. No doubt there will be more Dakota news from the festival considering Night Moves is part of the selection too, in the meantime check out the new photos below: