Kirsten Dunst plays herself in this short film directed by Matthew Frost: Two young women approach Kirsten on the street to take a selfie with her. The girls are more interested in the impact the selfie will have on their Instagram fans than in actually meeting her face to face. A sign of the times, I guess.
Kirsten’s new film, The Two Faces of January (co-starring Viggo Mortensen and Oscar Isaac) can now be found in DVD/Blu-Ray and Movies on Demand. I’ve uploaded over 600 HD screen captures in our gallery. Be advised the captures will have spoilers of the film if you didn’t see it yet.
Kirsten was joined by her co-star Viggo Mortensen last night in New York to premiere their film The Two Faces of January, held at Landmark’s Sunshine Cinema. Check pictures:
Also on Tuesday (16) Kirsten visited the Today Show, also to promote The Two Faces of January. Watch the interview below, also check screencaptures up in the gallery:
Last Tuesday (16) Kirsten visited The View to promote her new film The Two Faces of January (which is out on DVD/Blu-Ray and VOD). Check the interview and screen captures below:
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.”