Kirsten Dunst is convinced that female scriptwriters are better at capturing a woman’s tone.
The actress is currently promoting new movie Bachelorette, in which she plays a jealous bridesmaid to the girl she bullied in high school.
Written and directed by Leslye Headland, the dark comedy contains plenty of politically incorrect jokes delivered between the so called ‘frenemies’.
Dunst explained that a male writer couldn’t have nailed the subtle variations of women’s conversations as well.
“Of course,” the blonde beauty told German magazine TV Spielfilm when asked if women are better at writing for an all-female ensemble.
The blonde beauty also believes men “don’t like” mean women.
The star explained that had her part been written by a male scriptwriter, her character could have ended up less bitter.
“What’s interesting is that most of the female parts that are a little tough or bitchy have been written by a woman. I think that their male colleagues don’t like women to be like that,” she said.
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