Dakota Fanning

Dakota Fanning will voice the title character in “Coraline,” Laika Entertainment’s first animated feature.

Based on Neil Gaiman’s bestselling fantasy about a girl who enters a parallel reality, pic is being written and directed by Henry Selick and co-produced by Bill Mechanic’s Pandemonium Films.

Fanning can be seen in “Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story.”

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