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Elle Fanning ensured she was much like her character in real life as she enjoyed a day as a pampered princess while out and about in Studio City, California this week.

Making the most of a break in her usually jam-packed schedule, the 16-year-old actress headed off for a well-earned manicure and pedicure at Pure Nails. Flicking through her phone as she relaxed in her chair, the pretty teenager looked happy and relaxed as she enjoyed her day off.

Fashionista Elle looked typically on-trend for the occasion, slipping into a cute white pleated sundress with button-down detail and stylish, yet practical, flat sandals. Going make-up free to showcase her naturally flawless complexion, the actress wore her long blonde locks tumbling around her shoulders in a glossy mane of loose waves.

Elle Fanning is going to be at Comic Con on July 26th 2014 to promote “The Boxtrolls” with Ben Kingsley.

The juries for the 49th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (July 4-12) handed out prizes in four competition categories Saturday night at the Hotel Thermal at a ceremony punctuated by slippery girls in black bikinis sliding across a watery stage. “Karlovy Vary is the face of this country,” Miñarro told the crowd before a screening of the hilarious dark Argentinian comedy “Wild Tales.”

The grand jury for the official competition (Luis Miñarro, Spain, president of the Jury, Mira Fornay, Slovakia, Phedon Papamichael, Greece, Kjartan Sveinsson, Iceland and Viktor Tauš, Czech Republic) awarded the $25,000 Grand Prix Crystal Globe for the producer and director to “Corn Island” (“Simindis kundzuli”), directed by George Ovashvili and financed by Georgia, Germany, France, Czech Republic and Kazakhstan.

A special jury prize of $15,000 went to the director and producer of “Free Fall” (“Szabadesés”), directed by György Pálfi, and financed by Hungary, France, and South Korea. Pálfi also won for Best Director.

American Elle Fanning took home Best Actress for Jeff Preiss’s Sundance debut “Low Down,” making its international premiere here. Ron Yerxa and Albert Berger produced the film, which Oscilloscope will release stateside. “She channels light from above,” said director Preiss.

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Elle was snapped leaving a gym session in Los Angeles yesterday, she left the studio looking fresh-faced as she showcased her natural glow by going make-up free …

The 16-year-old Maleficent star will play an American tourist who escapes her tour group to explore London and ends up at a party in 1970s Croydon, in the movie adapted from a Neil Gaiman short story of the same name, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

The original story – which was nominated for a Hugo Award for best short story and won the Locus Award for the same category – told the story of two teenage boys who go to a party in 1970s London. While one finds it easy to chat up girls, the other is shy and by trying to make conversation, finds out more about the girls.

Girls director John Cameron Mitchell will helm the movie and has also adapted the screenplay with Philippa Goslett. Their script focuses on a young punk who uses music and art as a way to escape, who meets Elle’s character.

As couple of new pics thanks to Stefy! :)

We have added a few screencaps from the Young Ones trailer plus a poster featuring Elle …

We have added some HQ pics of Elle and a friend out in Studio City on July 4th …

Elle looked super excited to take driving lessons as she smiled and laughed throughout the on-road session with her coach. She chose to learn to drive in a flashy Mercedes-Benz Driving Academy-brand car. The academy boasts advanced safety and training in its fleet of luxury cars with a price that doubles most generic driving schools. We have also added some more candids of Elle leaving a ballet lesson and arriving at a friends house on June 30th.

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