Dakota Fanning Boards ‘The Last of Robin Hood’

The biopic follows the life of Hollywood legend Errol Flynn and already has Kevin Kline and Susan Sarandon starring.
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Dakota Fanning Boards ‘The Last of Robin Hood’

Dakota Fanning boards The Last of Robin HoodDakota Fanning has boarded the biopic The Last of Robin Hood, which chronicles the life of Hollywood star Errol Flynn.

The actress will star as Beverly Aadland, the actor/producer's teenage girlfriend in the last part of his life. Kevin Kline will play Errol Flynn with Susan Sarandon attached to star as Beverly's mother Florence Aadland.

Dakota Fanning is best known for playing Jane in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 and 2.

No production schedule has been released.


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  • thedude-abides • 2 years ago

    Sadly, this won't be the last of robin hood... We still have the Wachowski's modern-day retelling to look forward to :(


    • jasonkat • 2 years ago

      Damn in the image above, fanning sure grew up alot, she looks at least 23-25yrs. As for this movie, im clueless,


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