Kirsten has a new photoshoot in the latest Bullett Magazine issue, in with she talked a little about her career.
About Lars quotes on Cannes, while promoting Melancholia:
“It was like your friend saying things you know he’s not wanting to say. At first he was trying to get a laugh, and then it just snowballed into word vomit coming out of his mouth. I was dying.”
About the Spider-Man movies:
“I wish we could have done a fourth movie. We were like a family, plus, those movies gave me the means to not work as much, help my family, and do little indie projects that I made no money on. To many people, I’m still ‘that girl from Spider-Man.’”
Kirsten’s upcoming film The Two Faces of January has a 2-page feature in the latest issue of Empire. I have scanned the magazine and added it to the gallery, enjoy!
Last month Kiki was cover of Italian magazine Tu Style, in an article to promote “Bachelorette”. My friend Claudia scanned the magazine, plus translated the article to English. Check scans in the gallery, and read the full article after the jump:
I love being a bitch!
On the movie “On The Road” she is a good girl in a beat clan. In “Bachelorette” she’s a bitchy maid of honour. And how is she? The most eclectical ‘indie’ of Hollywood plays Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. As she states “How boring to always be the good girl: let’s go bitches!”
Kirsten Dunst found turning 30 “stressful”.
The actress admitted that the milestone birthday freaked her out initially, but added she has since managed to relax and feels as young as ever.
The Bachelorette star also revealed that while she would like to have her own family, she doesn’t see a husband and children in her immediate future.
“Turning 30 was stressful, but I’ve stopped thinking about it and now I feel exactly how I did at 29. I would like to have kids and get married – one day,” she told German magazine TV Spielfilm.
Kirsten also spoke about the issue of jealousy in female friendships.
In Bachelorette, the star plays a bridesmaid who is annoyed that the girl she used to mock in high school is getting married before her.
The blonde beauty insisted that she isn’t as mean-spirited as her character.
“I think it depends on how happy you are within yourself, what you’ve been through. I, for one, was very happy when my best friend got engaged,” she said.
Scans from Kirsten’s small but new feature in French magazine Be have been added to our Gallery! I think this is a new photoshoot, right? I haven’t seen it before.
The magazine also states that Bachelorette will be released in French cinemas on October 17th.
Kirsten and her Bachelorette co-stars Isla Fisher and Lizzy Caplan are featured in a new photo spread in the September issue of Elle (US)! They talk about female friendship and this generation of women. The photoshoot has been added to our Gallery, and the interview to our press page, all courtesy of Elle.com.
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All the Single Ladies
Whether your idea of cool-girl dressing is cutout mod sheaths or sexy-strong tailoring, the firebrand trio of this month’s darkly funny bachelorette will show you how to have a good time.
When wickedly funny Los Angeles playwright Leslye Headland first began taking meetings with Hollywood executives, she heard the same question on repeat: “They’d ask,‘What’s the female version of an Apatow movie?’ I would always say, ‘Depressing.’” Audiences love a man-child, but would they find “a woman struggling with her femininity” just as funny? Turns out they do. Bachelorette, Headland’s raucous Sundance hit, in theaters this month, is hilarious, twisted, and startlingly incisive. On the eve of a wedding, three early-thirties bridesmaids lean hard into old archetypes—the ditz (Isla Fisher), the nympho (Lizzy Caplan), and the alpha female (Kirsten Dunst)—and wrestle with their own inadequacies as the rotund runt of their high school pack (the always-game Rebel Wilson) beats them all to the altar, with a Disney- perfect prince to boot. Make no mistake: This isn’t Bridesmaids. Headland spins her premise into something grittier, a fiercely sharp send-up of the idea, she says, “that there’s a checklist by which women should live their lives, so that they’re always defining themselves by what they don’t have.”Continue Reading
A little update for you today. Added a beautiful photoshoot done last year to C Magazine, also scans of NY Timestyle. Check it:
Hello everyone! My name is Jess, and my good friends Luciana and Celyn have allowed me to hop on board here at KDO as a co-web. I’ve been a fan of Kirsten for over 10 years, and am excited to be able to help out here! You might know me from some of my other sites such as Nicole’s Magic, Glamour Reese and Kate Hudson Heaven.
For my first update here, I’ve added scans from the March 2012 issue of Russian Glamour magazine, which Kiki graces the cover of. Check out the scans in our Gallery…
Magazine Scans > E-H > Glamour (Ru) – March 2012
You can now find exclusive scans of Kirsten’s editorial on the current Vogue Italy, thanks to Claudia.
The February issue of W Magazine was dedicated to 2011 Best Performances, and they included Kirsten for her amazing performance in Melancholia.
Here’s a short Q&A done by Lynn Hirschberg that came with the beautiful photo you can find in our gallery:
Lynn Hirschberg: You started acting when you were 4. Did you go to a regular high school?
Kirsten Dunst: Yes. I even went to the prom. I actually borrowed a dress from Sofia Coppola—a beautiful John Galliano burgundy dress that she had worn to the Golden Globes. I was a very lucky girl.
That was before Spider-Man. In Spider-Man, you and Tobey Maguire had an iconic kiss.
Compared to how romantic it looked, it was very unromantic—there was rain running down Tobey’s nose, and he could barely breathe. It really wasn’t fun.
You kissed Brad Pitt in Interview With the Vampire when you were 11 years old. What was that audition like?
The director, Neil Jordan, asked my mother if I was okay. He thought that I was a disturbed child—he found it upsetting that I could cry so easily, but I needed to cry in the audition, so I just kept sobbing. I’d been auditioning for the role over and over, and it was like, God, just give me the role already—I’ll cry, I’ll scream, I’ll do anything!
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