Dakota Fanning and Jeremy Irvine in UK Drama 'Now is Good' Trailer

March 5, 2012
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Now is Good

Actors like Joseph Gordon-Levitt and recently Chloe Moretz seem to be growing up in front of our very eyes on the big screen. Dakota Fanning also has fit into the category of child actors transitioning through their teen years into more mature, adult acting jobs, and now we have a glimpse at another grown up performance. The first trailer for Now is Good, a British drama starring Fanning as a 17-year old girl who, after being diagnosed with a terminal illness, becomes determined to use every moment left indulging in things like losing her virginity and taking drugs. Jeremy Irvine plays an intriguing love interest. Watch!

Here's the first trailer for Ol Parker's Now is Good originally from Yahoo:

Ol Parker (director of Imagine Me & You and writer of The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel) wrote and directed Now is Good, an adaptation of Jenny Downham's book Before I Die. Dakota Fanning plays Tessa, a girl diagnosed with a terminal illness, becomes determined to use every moment left indulging in such activities as losing her virginity and taking drugs. But falling in love with her neighbor (Jeremy Irvine) wasn't on the list, but might prove to be the most exhilarating experience of them all. The film is slated to hit theaters in the United Kingdom on May 25, 2012, but there's no official release date set in the United States just yet.

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I love Dakota Fanning, so I'll watch it, though I'll have to be in the right mood cause it looks depressing. Reminds me of Never Let Me Go. 

Davide Coppola on Mar 5, 2012


Never Let Me go? really? More like a Walk to Remember clone tbh.

Roark317 on Mar 6, 2012


Who have butchered "Reign of Kindo - Do you Realize" and WHY?

Panda on Mar 5, 2012


Um, this is the original version by the Flaming Lips.

jnnklee on Mar 5, 2012


Yow. Reminds me of The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. It's weird seeing Dakota Fanning growing up. It's even weirder because she's close to my age.

fem!anon on Mar 5, 2012


reminds me of Restless

0110110 on Mar 5, 2012


Restless was better.

Guest on Mar 6, 2012


That took way longer to watch with the adverts.

Crapola on Mar 6, 2012

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