Kirsten attended today the UK premiere for “The Two Faces of January” held at The Curzon Mayfair in London, England. She was joined by her co-stars Oscar Issac, Daisy Bevan and Viggo Mortensen. A little bit earlier she (and the cast as well) attended a photocall held at The Corinthia Hotel.
The film hits theaters on May 16 in the UK, but US audiences will have to wait until October 3 to catch the film, when it is released.
Check out over 250 pictures added to the gallery:
The Hollywood Reporter – Warner Bros. announced Wednesday it is pushing back the release of Ben Affleck’s Prohibition-era drama Live by Night from Dec. 25, 2015, to Oct. 7, 2016. At the same time, Warner Bros. said it will release an untitled New Line comedy on Nov. 13, 2015, and Jeff Nichols’ sci-fi film Midnight Special on Nov. 25, 2015. Midnight Special stars Adam Driver, Michael Shannon, Kirsten Dunst and Joel Edgerton.
Kirsten attended yesterday an event of Kate and Laura Mulleavy – the designers behind Rodarte – for their book signing. I have a few pictures added to the gallery:
Kirsten is expected to attend the MET gala tonight, wearing Rodarte, so come back later for our coverage.
Kirsten Dunst, Viggo Mortensen and Oscar Isaac discuss how they fell in love with the Greek and Turkish locations where their latest movie, The Two Faces of January, was shot:
A new clip, plus a TV spot has been released for The Two Faces of January, opening in the U.K. on May 16th. No domestic date has been set just yet.
space.com – After a few weeks of male-dominated story lines, Sunday’s episode of Fox’s science-themed show “Cosmos” will honor two women who changed the way scientists understand star stuff, with the help of actresses Kirsten Dunst and Marlee Matlin.
Dunst will provide the guest voice for an animated version of Cecilia Payne, a British astronomer who discovered the chemical composition of stars, proposing that thare largely made up of hydrogen. Fox’s “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey,” hosted by astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson, is a 21st-century incarnation of the 1980 TV series hosted by famed astronomer Carl Sagan.
“Sisters of the Sun” is the eighth episode in the 13-part “Cosmos” series, which launched in March. The show is a reboot of astronomer Carl Sagan’s beloved series, “Cosmos: A Personal Voyage,” which first aired on PBS in 1980.
“Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey” airs Sunday (April 27) at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Fox. It will be rebroadcast on the National Geographic Channel on Monday (April 28) at 10 p.m. ET/PT. Check local listings.
Four new beautiful promotional stills has been added into our ‘The Two Faces of January‘ gallery. Check it:
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