"When you choose to do this with your life, youâ€™re in the public and people watch you...But Iâ€™d rather do this than not." [On Growing up in the Spotlight]
"I loved it. I loved the wardrobe so much everyday, and i got to keep it all so, that's the best part" [On the wardrobe from The Runaways]
"My mom hasn't seen it [The runaways]" [On who has seen The Runaways from her family]
"I think that when youâ€™re in the public eye, you automatically become a role model, because people are reading about you and looking at pictures of stuff youâ€™ve done. But, you know, no oneâ€™s perfect, everyone makes mistakes. I have made mistakes and I will make mistakes. Iâ€™m only human." [On being a role model]
"You can probably tell we get along really well. For the characters, itâ€™s really important that bond is portrayed. And we have that in real life" [On her friendship with Kristen Stewart]
"I'm just portraying what was going on with [Cherie] when she was my age. I want to continue to act for my whole life. Eventually, everyone will have to let me grow up, somehow, some way. Iâ€™m just trying to let that happen as naturally as I can." [On the roles she takes on]
"When youâ€™re up there and you hear yourself singing the songs and feel yourself performing the dance moves that are so iconic â€” when youâ€™re up there having the time of your life â€” you feel like you are those girls for a few minutes. Itâ€™s really fun!" [On performing the The Runaways songs]
"I enjoy being an actor pretending to be a rock star" [On being an actor vs. being a rock star]
"I had never experienced being a lead singer before. It was something very new, very interesting. Unlike any feeling Iâ€™ve ever had. Itâ€™s like a dream to be a rock star!" [On playing a rock and roll star]
"I really enjoyed doing that subject matter for the first time in a biopic, because it really happened - it's not just a made-up story about a 15-year-old kid running wild. It's a true story of her evolution from good Valley Girl to bad rock n' roll princess." [On playing Cherie Currie in The Runaways]
"I got to know Brittany when we made the film Uptown Girls. We became great friends despite the fact we were many years apart in age. Brittany had such a warm child-like spirit that drew people to her. With her goes a piece of my heart and I will miss her terribly. I know how strong Brittanyâ€™s love was for her family and my heart goes out to all of them, especially her mother Sharon. I love you Brittany" - [On Brittany Murphy's death]
"I don't think it was ever a big deal to me" [On the kiss in The runaways]
"I have always wanted to act ever since I was a little girl. I would put a blanket under my shirt and pretend that I was pregnant. Then, I would go through childbirth."
"I got a Tide commercial and that was my first time on a plane -- I had to go to Florida. My first TV show was 'ER', and the first feature film I got was 'I Am Sam'."
"I like seeing the scripts, and the wardrobe, and the makeup and the hair. And seeing what the plot has to offer and what the whole story is about."
"Courtney Love is really cool and funny. I would like to meet Julia Roberts and Cameron Diaz. I think I could play their daughters."
"ER was one of my favourites. I played a car accident victim who has leukemia. I got to wear a neck brace and nose tubes for the two days I worked."
"I learned to read at two. I was in a Montessori school and they teach you to read really, really young."
"I like everything perfect. Everything has to be neat. My sister is 5, and she's more messy than I am. I make my bed every morning, everything's perfect. My shoes are all arranged. It's sad. I'm a little like Ray, a little bit"
"I never get scared making these kinds of movies because it's all make-believe, but I did cry when I saw the finished version of Man On Fire because it is so sad."
"I'm home schooled, and I have a teacher that goes with me on all my movies."
"I've always wanted to be an actress, ever since I was a little girl. I always played the mom and I played my sister as the daughter. I wanted to be an actress on television and movies instead of just around the house."
"I've been a ballerina since I was two, but I've always wanted to be an actress."
"In the happy scenes there were really fun times. Sean would say really funny stuff because he likes to improv. I would want to laugh, but you are not allowed to do that during the take."
"It was really really neat to make the movie because there were mentally challenged actors in the movie. So that was really really cool to work with them and they were always really happy, and they made everybody really happy on the set too."
"It's just such an honor to say that I was in something by Steven Spielberg. I feel so blessed I got to meet such great people, and I got to go to a beautiful place, Vancouver, and I had a great time."
"My dad named me Dakota and my mom came up with my first name Hannah. So it's Hannah Dakota Fanning."
"My favorite actresses are Cameron Diaz, Julia Roberts and Julie Andrews."
"My mom, she is the most unbelievable mom that you could ever have in your entire life and she's always with me on everything. The most I've ever been away from her is two days. I love her more than anybody could ever know."
"No not really, it is just like real life. Not everyday you are happy and not everyday you are sad."
"One of my favorite things about doing movies is that you get to do different things you'd never do in real life."
"That was really cool. I got to kiss a little boy. I was 7 and he was 10, and his name is Thomas Curtis. He was the first boy I've ever kissed in my entire life and he was three years older than me"
"The hardest thing is at the end you have to say bye to all these people who you have worked with for so many months. It was really sad not to see them anymore. But you have the parties that you go to and you get to see them, like the premieres and the screenings."
"When I go home, I play with my baby dolls and strollers and diaper bags, and play with my sister"
"Doing the movies and meeting the people, and I like the stories of the movies. I like names a lot, too. When I do an audition, there is a script and it has a first page that has the names of all the characters. I'm like, "Let me see that real quick, I wanna see what my name is gonna be."
"Well, we became a vegetarian. But that didn't last very long, because, um, I don't like vegetables. Or salad, nothing like that!"
"Brittany is like my best friend. As you saw when you met her, she's so fun and nice and special and every day she would get on the set and say 'hello" to everybody. The first day, she introduced herself to practically everybody and she's nice and fun to be around. She's full of life. Every day to be on the set with her and see her was really energizing."
"My dad was a baseball player and my mom played tennis so they thought we were going to be sports people and we're doing acting. But, my sister likes soccer."
"I loved the pigs. They were soooo cute. There were two that played the same part. They were Springer and Softie and they were twins and the only way to tell them apart was Springer had a freckle on its bottom. They looked exactly alike, yeah, yeah. So every day you had to look on its bottom to see which one it was. Giving the pig a bath was a really fun day. There were bubbles everywhere. But they were so cute and they would lick you all the time. They were baby pot-bellied pigs."
"I knew how to swim, but I had to learn how to do the dives and the flip turns. So I had to do training, yes. I could swim, but I wasn't very good at competitive swimming. I wasn't very fast, but I did all the swimming [myself]."