Friday, January 23, 2009

Where's That Moon? Dakota Fanning's New Moon

Fourteen year old Hannah Dakota Fanning is said to have been offered a role as Jane the Volturi vampire in the 'Twilight" sequel "New Moon". The Pisces actress has either a Moon in Cancer or a Moon in Leo, depending upon what time of day she was born on February 23, 1994 in Conyers, Georgia. Mlle Kiddie suspects she has a Moon in Leo as her family realized she had talent when as her IMBD mini biography notes

Dakota did her own acting around her house. She was very active for her age, and often put a blanket under her shirt and pretended to be having a baby, using her younger sister, who is also an actress now, Elle, as the baby. Dakota went to a playhouse near her home, where the children that attended put on a play every week to show to their parents. But the people running the playhouse noticed that Dakota stood out, and advised her parents, Joy and Steve Fanning, to take her to an agency. They believed that she was extremely talented

Her first job when she and her family, following the agency's recommendation that they try Los Angeles for six weeks, was a national Tide commercial. From that moment the tide turned and the family stayed on permanently in LA and Fanning began her meteoric rise to success. Her Pluto in Scorpio is conjunct her North Node of Destiny and Jupiter which is also in Scorpio. Scorpio is a very powerful sign . The Volturi , in Stephanie Meyers popular young adult "Twilight" series are the most powerful coven among vampires and enforce the laws of the vampire world, and extend invitations to those with special gifts to join their group. If Dakota
chooses to accept the role if offered, she will bring intensity and talent to the role. A reader from the age of two, perhaps she's even an avid follower of the series.
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