The current issue of Entertainment Weekly (already on stands) has the first look of Fargo with two new pictures of Kirsten as Peggy Blumquist. You can check digital HQ scans added in our gallery now:
I have added one scan of Total Film magazine, which had on its July issue a Sci-Fi special preview, including Midnight Special on it. Also, the newest issue of Sci-Fi Now brings four pages dedicated to Jumanji for its 20 years release.
Had a nice surprise today while checking my local newstand and saw Kirsten on cover of Brazilian Glamour magazine, in a pretty and colorful spread. She’s talking about her life, career, L’Oreal Professional and more. You can check the scans in our gallery, and I will translate the interview later today.
The magazine was bought by yours truly and scanned exclusively for this website. Make sure to link us back and don’t remove the tags if reposting.
Kirsten is on cover of online magazine The Edit, in a beautiful spread by David Bellemere. Check in our gallery digital scans, photoshoot and the behind-the-scenes video screencapture. Also below the video and interview.
The Escape Artist
Ever since starring in her first major movie aged 12, KIRSTEN DUNST has lived her life under Hollywood’s glare. But from bold film choices to refusing to get her teeth ‘fixed’, the actress has always played the fame game on her own terms, finds CELIA WALDEN
Kirsten is on cover of Vs Magazine Moments issue, in a spread shot by Kayt Jones, art directed by Jakob F.S. and styled by Hailey Atkin. Titled The Farewell, it chronically plays out a relationship on the brink of a break-up, showing Kirsten from the moment she enters her lover’s home to the day she packs up and leaves.
She will also star in a new Vs. Magazine film, directed by Matthew Frost, which is set to be released next week.
Kirsten Dunst is the actress that can carry a Blockbuster hit while maintaining indie cred. Now in The Two Faces of January, our favorite girl next door channels retro Hollywood glamour, playing the object of affection of not one but two of Hollywood’s most covetable leading men.
Kirsten Dunst arrives at an idyllic Santa Monica mansion for our photo shoot sporting her brother’s oversized t-shirt. The shoot lands on a Monday, which means last night was Sunday dinner at mom’s house. The actress had opted to spend the night. Dunst’s mom often describes what she’s serving the modern way. “My mom’s texts are the best texts. Her describing what’s for dinner on Sunday night is ridiculous, there’s no punctuation or spelling.”
I finally was able to add scans of Red magazine, with Kiki on cover. Check it:
Kirsten is featured – with a beautiful photoshoot – on French issue of Marie Claire (thanks to The Fashion Spot):
Kirsten is on cover of Flaunt, with a beautiful shoot by Jason Hetherington and styled by Leith Clark. She tweeted the photo cover a few days ago and now you can get your own issue. Scans will be up asap.
Kirsten Dunst is so alarmingly unassuming that, at first, I don’t even notice her standing beside me in a fuzzy pink sweater and blue jeans. She is, perhaps, the kind of performer who can easily swing from red carpet premiere all the way down to our current location: an emptied rave maze in Stoke Newington, with its box office-style marquee that often reads something to the effect of “Nelly’s Dirty 30.”
I lead to the second floor—she’s soon laughing off the spilled coffee I put down my leg negotiating the stairs—in search of a spot to settle for our interview. We lean about the deserted, stripped-down rooms, each space dressed with an orderly disarray of paraphernalia; electric blue glitter-paint Monkey bikes idle beside salvaged mannequins, and, all around, monumental lighting fixtures moor to the bare floors, readied for the shoot later.
Finally we’re colluding around a table on this East London roof terrace talking Dunst’s latest picture, until the uncharacteristic morning heat pushes us into an adjacent—though no less spartanly—lounge.