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Gallery Magazines

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!”


Bachelorette Career Interviews

Here is another interview Kirsten gave to the Australian press to promote Bachelorette a month or so ago:

Crashing the bridal party
The Age 20/10/2012

“I’M ONE piece of a puzzle,” Kirsten Dunst says. She’s not being modest or enigmatic  just matter-of-fact about the way filmmaking works. She is speaking from Greece, where she is in the midst of filming The Two Faces of January, an adaptation of a Patricia Highsmith thriller. Searching for a word, she apologises that her “brain is at half-mast” but she’s quick, thoughtful and relaxed.

Dunst, 30, has made more than 40 movies, moving seamlessly from child performer to teen movie star to romantic-comedy lead to an actor with apparently effortless clarity. Her first movie appearance was an uncredited role, at the age of six, in Woody Allen’s segment of New York Stories; she was Tom Hanks’ daughter in The Bonfire of the Vanities; and Amy in Gillian Armstrong’s Little Women.

In Interview with the Vampire, at 14, she seemed simultaneously youthful and ageless as a spookily precocious member of the undead, opposite Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise. She has made films that have been box-office hits and critical favourites, such as the cheerleader movie Bring It On and the smart and soulful superhero movie Spider-Man (she has called Spider-Man an “independently minded blockbuster”).

There’s a lightness and a transparency but also an earthiness to her performances, whether she’s the love interest in Spider-Man or the office assistant in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, or the dream girl at the centre of Sofia Coppola’s exquisite The Virgin Suicides.


Interviews Magazines Personal

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.


Bachelorette Career Other

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.


Bachelorette Career Interviews Other

Kirsten Dunst is happy to be bridesmaid

KIRSTEN Dunst isn’t feeling any pressure to get hitched after spending her summer going to weddings.

“I was a bridesmaid, a maid of honour, went to another wedding … This was definitely a heavy wedding year for me.”

As her school friends walked one-by-one down the aisle, the 30-year-old claims to have felt no pressure to get her own marital act together.

“Not at all, no. All in the time that it should come,” Dunst says.

“I’m not worried. When you do worry, when you fixate on those things, that’s when it doesn’t happen. Like when you hear about couples who adopt a child and then they get pregnant, you know? That kind of psychology.

“When you’re not thinking about it, that’s when it comes your way.”

So Dunst is happy to remain a bridesmaid – for now, at least – even in her new movie, “Bachelorette”.

Riding a post-Bridesmaids appetite for female-led comedies, “Bachelorette” is an indie production focused on three emotionally-stunted women (Dunst, Lizzy Caplan and Isla Fisher) who go off the deep end when the fourth wheel of their old high-school gang – Becky, the one they called “Pig Face” (Rebel Wilson) – is the first to get married.


Other Two Faces of January

Family enjoy moment of movie magic

HOLLYWOOD actress Kirsten Dunst gave one little boy a treat during a visit to Crete arranged by a Whitley Bay charity.

Joshua Mann had his picture taken with the Spider-Man actress after meeting her while she was on the island filming her latest movie, The Two Faces of January, co-starring Viggo Mortensen.

Joshua and his family, from Spennymoor in County Durham, were enjoying a break in the sun laid on by the Sara’s Hope Foundation, founded to offer respite breaks to children and young people battling cancer.

The charity was set up in memory of Whitley Bay teenager Sara Hoburn after she died in 2001 at the age of 16 from a form of colon cancer.

Joshua’s is one of 22 families to have visited the retreat since it was opened last summer.

Charity founder Ged Hoburn said it was a pleasure to see the young patients and their families enjoying quality time together.

He said: “We spend a lot of time with the families out there, and we see them blossom.


On The Road

So, the U.S. trailer for “On The Road” was released yesterday. Watch it below:

“On The Road” will hit theaters next December 21st.


Upside Down

Millennium sees ‘Upside’

Millennium Entertainment has acquired U.S. rights to Juan Diego Solana’s sci-fi romancer “Upside Down,” starring Kirsten Dunst and Jim Sturgess.

The company will release the film in both 2D and 3D in 2013. Aton Soumache, Dimitri Rassam, Alexis Vonarb, Claude Leger and Jonathan Vanger produced and Phil Hope and James W. Skotchdopole serve as exec producers.

“Upside,” penned by Solana, centers on a man kept apart from the girl he has loved his entire life. He must risk everything to access the forbidden world of affluence that exists literally above him while manipulating the gravitational force that physically pulls him back to his world.

Millennium Entertainment’s Tristen Tuckfield negotiated the deal with Gregoire Melin from Kinology, who also coproduced the film alongside Frederique Dumas from Studio 37/Orange.

Variety


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