The Two Faces of January looks like being one of the more beautiful, enigmatic of thrillers heading into cinemas.
And we’ve got our hands on three exclusive character posters.
Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst and Oscar Isaac are all stylishly front and centre in these posters, giving a glimpse at the characters behind a 1960s-set thriller about a glamorous and mysterious American couple (Mortensen and Dunst) who woo a stranger they meet on holiday in Greece (Isaac) into a complex web of murder, deceit and a dangerous battle of wits.
As far as a pedigree goes, you can’t get much classier than from the producer of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, the author of The Talented Mr Ripley, and the writer of Drive.
And in another small cameo, you will find screencaptures of Kiki’s scene at The Bling Ring. While no one would understand why Kiki did a 4 seconds cameo, saying it was a Sofia Coppola movie explains it all.
A huge thanks to my friend Celyn for sending in the caps for us.
In the new issue of W, guest editor Sofia Coppola interviews her “first leading lady and favourite California blonde” Kirsten Dunst. Among the topics that the two discuss: how to not get taken advantage of by directors, alternative career paths, favourite and least favourite past experiences, and nudity.
Asked if she has ever been “pounced on” by a director, Dunst replied, “No, I don’t give off that vibe. I think that you court that stuff, and to me it’s crossing a boundary that would hinder the trust in your working relationship.”
When the conversation shifted to dream jobs other than acting, Dunst said that she wouldn’t mind being an interior designer: “I love interior design—maybe I’d do that, but if I did an interior, I’d want to live in it. I would stick to a creative job.”
Regarding the least favourite period of her life, Dunst said, “Hardest age was 27; I had to figure out how to navigate differently through life.” But whatever difficulties Dunst went through back then seem to have passed. “My favourite age is now. I love my friendships, and I know I have fun things to look forward to.”
Asked if she finds doing nude scenes in films scary, Dunst said, “I don’t mind it if it feels appropriate for the film, but it’s never not nerve-racking.”
For the full interview, click here.
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You can find now in our gallery the photoshoot images of the latest Harpers Bazaar magazine. Check it:
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The episode Kirsten guest starred in Portlandia aired yesterday, and you can see her scenes in the video below, plus screen captures are now up at our gallery.