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Dakota Fanning's Sibling: I Want to Share Silver Screen With My Big Sis

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    Starlet Dakota Fanning's younger sister said she hopes to share the silver screen with her older sibling.

    "It would be really cool -- I hope that we can one day!" bubbly 12-year-old Elle Fanning told Niteside at a special New York screening of "Somewhere" over the weekend.

    The younger Fanning said her 16-year-old big sis has been supportive of her acting career, which has included playing a younger version of Dakota in "I Am Sam."

    "She's always been really supportive of me and really proud," Elle said. "She always comes and visit me on my sets, and I always go and visit her on hers."

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    Die-hard fans of the Coen brothers' cult classic "The Big Lebowski" dressed as their favorite characters from the flick, sipped White Russians and grooved to the DJ stylings of Questlove and rockers Diamondsnake, a band featuring Moby, at Brooklyn Bowl last Thursday. Event organizer Scott Shuffitt says the fest is "a little bit of magic."

    Elle also revealed a venerated Christmas tradition in the Fanning household in which she gives each family an ornament signifying something special that happened to them that year: “Last year, my sister did 'The Runaways,' so I gave her a rock star [ornament] with a microphone on it," she said.

    Also strutting their stuff on the red carpet at the "Somewhere" on Sunday was co-star Stephen Dorff, director Sofia Coppola, producer Roman Coppola, Kirsten Dunst, James Franco, Anna Sui, Molly Shannon and Parker Posey.