Elle Fanning is currently in discussions to take on a leading role in the upcoming film ‘Badlands’ from the ‘Predator’ franchise

Elle Fanning, known for her diverse range of roles, is currently in talks to join the cast of the highly anticipated ‘Predator’ movie, ‘Badlands’. Directed by Dan Trachtenberg, the film is set to expand the ‘Predator’ universe and is being produced by 20th Century Studios. Trachtenberg, who co-wrote the script with Patrick Aison, is known for his previous work on the critically acclaimed ‘Prey’, a ‘Predator’ prequel that broke records upon its release on Hulu and received five Primetime Emmy nominations, winning one for sound editing. The success of ‘Prey’ has led to the development of a sequel, ‘Prey 2’, with Amber Midthunder potentially reprising her role.
‘Badlands’ was officially announced in February and is expected to begin production later this year. While plot details have not been revealed yet, fans are excited to see how the film will further expand the ‘Predator’ universe. Elle Fanning, who recently completed a three-season stint as executive producer and lead actress in the critically acclaimed series ‘The Great’, where she portrayed Russian monarch Catherine the Great, has earned her first Emmy nomination for outstanding lead actress in a comedy series. Throughout her impressive 20-year career, Fanning has showcased her versatility by taking on a wide range of roles. From portraying Disney princess Aurora in the ‘Maleficent’ films to tackling real-life inspired dramas like ‘The Girl from Plainville’ and family comedies such as ‘We Bought a Zoo’, Fanning has proven her ability to excel in various genres. She has also collaborated with renowned directors on auteur-driven projects, including Nicolas Winding Refn’s ‘The Neon Demon’, Mike Mills’ ’20th Century Women’, and Sofia Coppola’s ‘Somewhere’ and ‘The Beguiled’.
With her talent and experience, Elle Fanning’s potential involvement in ‘Badlands’ has generated excitement among fans, who eagerly await further updates on the film’s production and release.

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