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Elle Fanning Tells 'Interview' Mag Her Dream Career is Ballet

Elle Fanning Tells 'Interview' Mag Her Dream Career is Ballet

Elle Fanning rocks blue eye shadow for the cover of Interview magazine‘s May 2014 issue, on newsstands May 6.

Here is what the 16-year-old Maleficent actress had to share with the mag:

On applying for college: “I’m trying to decide. My sister [Dakota] is at NYU and she likes it. I need to figure out what type of college would be good for me. I think I either want to do writing or photography. It’s hard. I don’t want to stop working.”

On her dream career: “I go to ballet, like, five days a week and I love it so much, but that’s the hardest thing I’ll ever do in my life, no doubt. You’re good or bad, and that’s it. [sighs] That would be hard to pursue as a career, but in my dream that would be the thing.”

On her idol, Marilyn Monroe: “I was 7 when I first saw a picture of her. I didn’t know that she was such a big icon. But I would just look at her and I was mesmerized. She was beautiful and so … truthful. She’s not faking it. If she’s having a terrible day when the picture was taken, she’ll show that she’s really depressed and having a terrible day. You can see it in her eyes. There are all the layers behind it.”

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