Jeremy Irvine talks about his new movie Now Is Good and Dakota Fanning's British accent.
Jeremy plays Adam, Dakota's love interest in the film which tells the story of Tessa, a 17-year-old girl who has been diagnosed with a terminal illness and sets out to make the most of every moment she has left.
Jeremy said: "What I loved about the script was the humour. The way Dakota Fanning's character deals with having a terminal illness is that she uses it as a free pass to do whatever she wants.
"It's like giving a teenager the excuss to getaway with anything."
Asked whether Dakota needed help with her British accent Jeremy said: "No, Dakota needed no help from me. She came day one with the perfect accent."
The film premiered in The Curzon Mayfair in London on Friday.