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Submitted by alycakes 547d ago | news

Dakota Fanning To Play Errol Flynn's Teen Mistress In 'The Last Of Robin Hood'

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Dakota Fanning has been cast as Kevin Kline‘s teenage girlfriend in the true Hollywood pic The Last Of Robin Hood, which chronicles the final years of Errol Flynn‘s life with Kline portraying the swashbuckling screen icon. Quinceanera helmers Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland scripted and will direct. Fanning will play teenage actress Beverly Aadland, who was 17-years-old and by Flynn’s side when he died at age 50 in 1959. Susan Sarandon is also attached as Florence Aadland, who wrote the 1961 book The Big Love accusing Flynn of starting a sexual relationship with her daughter when Beverly was 15, an allegation Beverly Aadland later confirmed to People. (Cinema, Dakota Fanning, Kevin Kline, Richard Glatzer, The Last Of Robin Hood, Wash Westmoreland)

StarWarsFan  +   546d ago
Very interesting.

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