Dakota Fanning cuts a casual figure in a loose-fitting black dress and colorful mask while carrying an armful of food from her home
She isolated herself with her sister Elle during the coronavirus lock.
And Dakota Fanning cut a solo figure on Wednesday while carrying an armful of food from her Los Angeles home.
The 26-year-old Hollywood actress kept things casual in a loose-fitting black dress and protected herself with a colorful blue and pink face mask while doing groceries.
On the road: Dakota Fanning cut a solo figure on Wednesday while carrying an armful of food from her Los Angeles home.
Dakota seemed relaxed as she made her way in her long linen dress with white buttons running down the front.
The star added a pair of flat black sandals to her look, while also carrying her essentials in a shoulder bag slung over her arm.
Carefully balancing food containers, the Hide and Seek actress swept her blonde locks half-and-half down and protected her eyes with trendy brown sunglasses.
Earlier this month, Dakota took to Instagram to reveal that the second season of her series The Alienist: Angel of Darkness would premiere on TNT a week earlier.
Calm Look: The Hollywood actress, 26, kept things casual in a loose-fitting black dress and protected herself with a colorful blue and pink face mask while doing errands
She included the series’ epic promotional poster in her post, donning a bare-shouldered blue dress as she posed alongside her co-stars Daniel Bruhl and Luke Evans.
First premiered in 2018, The Alienist is a crime series inspired by the best-selling book of the same name by Caleb Carr.
According to the series’ synopsis, The Alienist plays’ amid the tremendous wealth, extreme poverty and technological innovation of 1896 New York ‘and follows Fanning and her co-stars as they attempt to’ track down a ritual killer ‘.
Meanwhile, Dakota’s fellow actress sister Elle recently opened life in locktown with her sister, mother and grandmother.
Surprise: Dakota took to Instagram earlier this month to reveal the second season of her series The Alienist: Angel of Darkness would premiere on TNT a week earlier
The Maleficent star told Variety last month about their family quarantine: ‘I cooked and baked a lot with my sister and my mom and my grandmother.
“My sister did paint by number, and amazing things like this. Everyone embroiders. We get creative. I make a puzzle from the movie poster Top Gun. ‘
She also shared why she and Dakota wanted to make The Nightingale, a coming-of-age film about two sisters in Nazi-occupied France.
Elle said, “I think now is the right time in our lives. It’s really going to mean something because it’s not like we’re just doing it super young. At the moment we are women. Our relationship is also more friends at the moment because we are only four years apart. When you’re young, your sisters and you fight all the time and steal each other’s clothes.
Sisters On Screen: The sisters will soon star in The Nightingale, their first film together, which recently stopped production amid COVID-19 (pictured in March 2018)
“I had heard about the book for a while and it was floating around a bit. The book is so powerful. We were also curious: if we did something together, would we play sisters? Or shouldn’t we be playing sisters? People think, “Well, you look the same.” We think we are nothing alike, but this is a true sister story. I can’t get through the script without sobbing. ‘
Although the film’s release was delayed until December 2021, she is currently starring as Catherine the Great in Hulu’s The Great.
Dakota will subsequently star in Viena & The Fantomes, which premiered on June 30 on VOD, and season two of her show The Alienist will premiere on July 26 on TNT.
Leading lady: Dakota will subsequently star in Viena & The Fantomes, which premiered on June 30 on VOD, and season two of her show The Alienist premieres on July 26 on TNT