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While in London to promote “Midnight Special”, Kirsten visited the ITV show Lorraine. Watch her interview below and check some promotional images in our gallery.


As we posted before, Kirsten was guest at BBC’s The Graham Norton Show to promote Midnight Special. The episode aired last night in the UK and other guest were actress Jessica Chastain, actor Chris Hemsworth, actor Stephen Mangan and artist/actor Raleigh Ritchie.

We have added the HD screencaptures in our gallery, and our partner site Jessica Chastain Network has the interview added in their website.


Variety and PBS SoCal have announced the line-up for the fourth installment of their awards season series “Variety Studio: Actors on Actors.” Available to stream on Variety.com, the new “Actors on Actors” season will feature one-on-one discussions between this year’s Emmy contenders.

This year’s conversations, which will be printed in the June 7 issue of Variety, will include Aziz Ansari (“Master of None”), Bobby Cannavale (“Vinyl”), Rachel Bloom (“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”), Emilia Clarke (“Game of Thrones”), Jamie Lee Curtis (“Scream Queens”), Kirsten Dunst (“Fargo”), Jay Duplass (“Transparent”), Billy Eichner (“Difficult People”), Sam Heughan (“Outlander”), Tom Hiddleston (“The Night Manager”), Felicity Huffman (“American Crime”), Lady Gaga (“American Horror Story”), Jennifer Lopez (“Shades of Blue”), Rob Lowe (“Grinder”), Rami Malek (“Mr. Robot”), Thomas Middleditch (“Silicon Valley”), Aaron Paul (“The Path”), Sarah Paulson (“American Crime Story”), Krysten Ritter (“Jessica Jones”), Tracee Ellis Ross (“Black-ish”), Patrick Stewart (“Blunt Talk”), John Travolta (“American Crime Story”), Courtney B. Vance (“American Crime Story”) and Kerry Washington (“Confirmation”).

PBS SoCal will premiere the segment in two episodes, one on June 12 and the other on June 19.


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EW has published a great interview with Kirsten, in order of the last Fargo episode.

This is the first time you’ve done a TV series — how was it different from acting in films?
When I was little I’d done ER and some pilots, but nothing like this. It was hard for me, because you’d have different directors, whereas in a movie you just have one man in command and that’s it. So that was interesting. At one point I worked with three different directors in one day, which I had to get used to.

What drew you to Peggy’s character? Did you get to read her entire arc before signing on?
I actually only got two scripts before I took the part, but just from the description, I knew that whatever Peggy’s trajectory was going to be, she was going to be really fun to play. I did try and ask Noah [Hawley, EP] to tell me what happens to her, and he didn’t tell me the whole truth. He wanted there to be an element of mystery for me.

Any fave Peggy lines?
I feel like everyone likes the flying saucer line a lot, but I love when Dodd is watching Jesse and I in bed, and I make Jesse put that thing over his head because he’s watching us.

Read the full interview at EW.com


What’s going on with Jeff Nichols’ John Carpenter-esque “Midnight Special” you ask? Well, after being dated for November of this year, Warner Bros. pushed the film back to March 18, 2016. In a recent Nerdist podcast Kirsten revealed she will be in Austin, Texas with the film in March. The SXSW Film Festival runs from March 11-19, so it probably will makes its world premiere in Austin just a few days before its March 18th release.

The official announcement won’t come until 2016, probably sometime in February after the buzz around Sundance has quieted. However, Dunst also said she’ll likely be in Park City, but for a completely different reason. She revealed that is currently co-writing a 1950s-set screenplay based on a book (of which she will not reveal the title) that she hopes to make her feature-length directorial debut. Dunst has already directed two shorts, one that starred Winona Ryder called “Welcome” from 2007, and “Bastard” in 2010. Dunst wouldn’t reveal details on the book but suggested it wasn’t a piece of fiction or traditional narrative she was adapting. The project it still in early days and she will be in Sundance looking for financing. Listen the podcast:


Earlier today, Kirsten visited The Talk in another round for her Fargo promotional tour. Check the video below:


Last night Kiki was guest on James Corden’s Late Late Night, and I have now screen captures added in our gallery. Check also some excerpts videos from her interview.

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