Dakota Fanning Will Play A Princess After Breaking Dawn Dakota Fanning, 16, who plays one of the Volturi – Jane in The Twilight Saga will play a teenage Princess Margaret after Breaking Dawn raps up.  Dakota will star in  Michael Hoffman’s romantic fairytale Girls Night Out.  Dakota will play Princess Margaret as a teenager who leaves Buckingham Palace for a night with her sister Elizabeth (current Queen) and has a wild and adventurous  night on the town on VE Day at the end of World War II.

The script is by Trevor De Silva but not much information is known on the project.  Robert Bernstein and Douglas Rae at Ecosse Films are producing.  The rold of Elizabeth has not been cast yet.

Twilight stars Converge on Baton Rouge! The new “Twilight” film has captivated my home town of Baton Rouge with movie star sightings occurring throughout the city daily.  The various movie sets are surrounded by fans who want to catch a glimpse of the stars.

Twilight Director Accuses Hollywood Of ‘Sexism’ Airing her opinions to TheWrap, Catherine Hardwicke revealed that she wasn’t considered to direct The Wrestler because she wasn’t a man.

The (angry) director blasted: ” I couldn’t get an interview even though my last movie made $400 million. I was told it had to be directed by a man – am I crazy? It’s about action, it’s about boxing, so a man has to direct it … but they’ll let a man direct Sex in the City or any girly movie you’ve ever heard of.”

Facinelli to star in indie drama he wrote Peter Facinelli will star in “El Chico Blanco,” an indie drama the “Twilight Saga” star wrote and will co-produce through his Facinelli Films.

Carl Franklin (“Out of Time”) is directing the film, which stars Facinelli as an outcast raised in the barrio who rises to a position of power within a crime family.

Titan Worldwide Entertainment is financing the project, which will be shot in New Mexico. Hyde Park Ent. will handle foreign sales.

What do you think of Dakota’s new film? I don’t remember seeing her in a movie where she had another accent. It’ll be interesting to see how she handles the British one, maybe spending so much time with Rob, she’ll get some advice 😉

What did you think of Cameron’s interview? We didn’t hear much news about Breaking Dawn, but it was nice to see something recent. Cameron mentions the books as source of the twilight fandom. But, how did you get addicted to Twilight?

What do you think of Catherine’s comments about sexism? Would she have been a good director for the Wrestler, if you saw her from the point of view of directing Lords of Dogtown and Thirteen?

What do you think of Peter’s new project as writer and producer? Join us in the forum for discussions!