Dakota Fanning is rumored to be starring in the "Twilight" sequel "New Moon," but nothing has been confirmed... yet. Vamp Ashley Greene told "Extra" at last night's "Push" premiere that she's "so excited to meet her" -- watch the video to get the scoop!
Mini starlet Dakota Fanning has confirmed that she's in talks for a role in the "Twilight" sequel, "New Moon"!
"It's definitely possible," Dakota reveals during an interview with HitFlix.com. "I really hope it works out. It would be a really fantastic experience, I'm sure."
Dakota is up for the role of Jane, a young, powerful vampire from the hit Stephenie Meyer books. If selected, the little leading lady will join original cast members Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner on the big screen.
Fanning is currently promoting her new film "Push," which hits theatres February 6.
Will Hollywood's littlest leading lady, Dakota Fanning, be baring a set of fangs for the sequel to "Twilight"?
According to E! online, the 14-year-old starlet -- who has shared the screen with bigwigs like Tom Cruise and Robert De Niro -- is in talks to star as the vampire Jane in "New Moon." A source dished, "There were no auditions -- they just offered it to her outright, and now they're in negotiations. They've been going back and forth."
In Stephenie Meyer's hit book, Jane is one of the most powerful bloodsuckers in the vampire world -- and an enemy of the film's protagonists, Edward and Bella.
Chris Weitz is scheduled to begin filming "New Moon" in March -- with a tentative release date of November 2009.