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Kirsten is guest tonight at “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno”, which airs on NBC at 11.35 pm EST. The show was recorded this evening, and I came across some pretty MQ pictures of Kiki that you must see it:

Clips and screen captures will be added asap.


Kirsten and her Bachelorette co-stars Isla Fisher and Lizzy Caplan are featured in a new photo spread in the September issue of Elle (US)! They talk about female friendship and this generation of women. The photoshoot has been added to our Gallery, and the interview to our press page, all courtesy of Elle.com.

All the Single Ladies

Whether your idea of cool-girl dressing is cutout mod sheaths or sexy-strong tailoring, the firebrand trio of this month’s darkly funny bachelorette will show you how to have a good time.

When wickedly funny Los Angeles playwright Leslye Headland first began taking meetings with Hollywood executives, she heard the same question on repeat: “They’d ask,‘What’s the female version of an Apatow movie?’ I would always say, ‘Depressing.’” Audiences love a man-child, but would they find “a woman struggling with her femininity” just as funny? Turns out they do. Bachelorette, Headland’s raucous Sundance hit, in theaters this month, is hilarious, twisted, and startlingly incisive. On the eve of a wedding, three early-thirties bridesmaids lean hard into old archetypes—the ditz (Isla Fisher), the nympho (Lizzy Caplan), and the alpha female (Kirsten Dunst)—and wrestle with their own inadequacies as the rotund runt of their high school pack (the always-game Rebel Wilson) beats them all to the altar, with a Disney- perfect prince to boot. Make no mistake: This isn’t Bridesmaids. Headland spins her premise into something grittier, a fiercely sharp send-up of the idea, she says, “that there’s a checklist by which women should live their lives, so that they’re always defining themselves by what they don’t have.” Continue Reading


We’ve been working this past month in the background to organize our gallery a little bit. While looking for new files, we realized it could be easier to transfer everything to a new installation. We did it, and it’s almost complete. We replaced MQ sized pictures to HQ sized ones, also mostly of Kiki projects was re-capped in Blu-Ray quality.

I’m still finishing the transfer and it may be done by tomorrow, but since there’s new files popping up to be added, I decided to open it so now you can just browse the new gallery. Also, check this brand new stills from “Bachelorette” and “On The Road” that was just added:


A new trailer for “On The Road” has been released yesterday. Check it:


It’s just announced that Kirsten has joined ‘Two Faces of January.’ Marking the directorial debut of “Drive” writer Hossein Amini, the movie is based the book by famed novelist Patricia Highsmith (“The Talented Mr. Ripley”), and follows a con artist (Mortensen) who is forced to flee Greece with his wife (Dunst) after accidentally (or not) killing a police officer. An American tutor (Isaac) agrees to help him out, and all three hightail it Istanbul.

Production on the film is slated to begin on October 1st with the Amini teasing to Variety that the film is a “story about love dying: What it’s like to fall out of love with someone you still feel a certain loyalty to.”


Francis Ford Coppola’s “Twixt,” Walter Salles’ “On the Road” and Fernando Meirelles’ “360” are among the high-profile international titles unspooling at the Munich Film Festival, which runs June 29-July 7.

The fest, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary, kicks off with “Starbuck,” Ken Scott’s Canadian drama about the troubled life of a one-time sperm donor and his hundreds of progeny.

Munich boasts seven major sections with more than 200 films devoted to international cinema, German film, acclaimed filmmakers, young talent and kids’ pics from around the globe.

“Twixt,” “On the Road,” “360” and “Starbuck” all unspool in the main Spotlight section, which also includes Bruce Robinson’s “The Rum Diary,” Jake Schreier’s “Robot and Frank,” Markus Imboden’s Swiss hit “The Foster Boy” and Pat Holden’s British supernatural thriller “When the Lights Go Out.”

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There’s over 250 HQ pictures added under Kiki’s 2012 events, some really great shots! Check it:



I added some beautiful additional pictures done to “Lucky” magazine last year:


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