I finally was able to add scans of Red magazine, with Kiki on cover. Check it:
The gallery was updated with high quality images on Kiki in Venice during the the official screening of Miu Miu Women’s Tales #7 #8. She was looking amazing in a blue and white 70s inspired mini dress, belonging to Miu Miu’s Spring/Summer ’15 collection. Later she changed it for a red mini dress, which you can see in the previews below:
Appearances in 2014 > Aug 28 | Miu Miu Women’s Tales Dinner
Midnight Special has its synopsis released today, and with it some characters details, as you can read below:
Midnight Special is a supernatural sci-fi thriller from acclaimed writer/director Jeff Nichols (Mud, Take Shelter). It stars Oscar nominee Michael Shannon (Boardwalk Empire, Man of Steel) as Roy, a father desperate to project his uniquely gifted, eight-year-old son Alton, played by newcomer Jaeden Lieberher.
Joined by Joel Edgerton (The Great Gatsby, Animal Kingdom) and Kirsten Dunst (Spider-Man, Melancholia), this group must race to get Alton to a secret location all while being hunted by an extreme religious sect led by Sam Shepard (Mud, August: Osage County) and a government task force headed up by Adam Driver (Girls). It is a full-on chase, the outcome of which could bring about a world-changing event.
The film wrote and directed by Jeff Nichols is set to be released on November 25th, 2015.
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.
The gallery was updated with new promotional stills, behind the scenes and promo images of The Two Faces of January: