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Kirsten is gracing the cover of Marie Claire UK, in its July issue. On the interview, she talks Instagram, having kids and why she thinks nothing can top the Tobey Maguire Spider-Man.

Writer Mickey Rapkin met up with Dunst for a chat, a walk and a hotdog on a sunny day at LA’s Descanso Gardens. After a long career that began at the age of three, Dunst told Rapkin that ‘it’s time to have babies and chill.’

‘I wasn’t one of those “I need a baby!” people until my goddaughter was born’ she said, ‘I love her so much. That love is just like… you can’t experience that unless you have a kid. I put her to bed last night and she woke up this morning and said to her mom, “Where’s Kiki?” I just love that love. That’s what I want.’

Dunst was pretty coy about her wedding plans, but described her Fargo co-star turned fiancé Plemons as ‘my favourite actor I’ve ever worked with’ and her ‘best friend.’

With an astonishing 32-year Hollywood career already behind her, Dunst discussed the new pressure for Hollywood women to be on social media. ‘You can get jobs based on your Instagram following these days. That’s insane’ she said, ‘but that’s why I have it now. As a man, you could get away with not having it. As a woman in this industry, I think you gotta do it now. It’s just part of the game.’

She also pointed out that if she wasn’t an actress she’d pay far less attention to her wardrobe. ‘I definitely have a gross dress with holes in it that I would never wear in LA, but in Austin, [where her fiancé Jesse Plemons is based] no one cares… If I wasn’t an actress I’d dress like garbage every day. All my clothes would be rags.’

When asked for her opinion on the Spider-Man reboot, she was also pretty unequivocal. ‘We made the best ones, so who cares? I’m like, “You make it all you want.” They’re just milking that cow for money. It’s so obvious. You know what I mean?’

You can read the full interview in the digital scans we just added in our gallery. Plus check the pretty outtakes as well.


The Beguiled is featured on current Entertainment Weekly issue, and I have digital scans added in our gallery.


Kirsten is one of the actresses among THR’s annual Drama Actress Roundtable, alongside Jennifer Lopez, Julianna Margulies, Sarah Paulson, Regina King and Constance Zimmer. They talked, as usual, about their current work and nudity, network fights and diva label.

Watch below one of the bits with Kirsten, plus check scans added in our gallery.


Kirsten is one of the actresses covering THR ‘Drama Actress Roundtable’ issue, that will be up later today.

For the latest print issue, THR gathered seven notable women in TV — Julianna Margulies (The Good Wife), Jennifer Lopez (Shades of Blue), Sarah Paulson (The People vs O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story), Kirsten Dunst (Fargo), Regina King (American Crime; The Leftovers), Kerry Washington (Scandal, Confirmation) and Constance Zimmer (Unreal) — for the annual Emmys season Drama Actress Roundtable. It includes a frank discussion of industry sexism and why some actresses are considered “divas.”

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Digital scans of current InStyle UK issue featuring Kirsten on cover has been added in our gallery.


Our gallery was updated with the pretty photoshoot Kirsten did to The Gentlewoman magazine, plus we upgraded the digital scans of the issue.


Kiki is on cover of InStyle UK magazine in its May issue. She talks rejection, wedding plans and trying to remain “normal” in Hollywood.

On not winning a Golden Globe for her performance aged 12 in Interview With The Vampire…
‘Everyone told me, “You’re definitely going to win.” And I believed them,’ she recalls of the 1995 ceremony. That night, she wore an off-the-shoulder burgundy velvet dress with dainty pearls and sheer black stockings that hid her knobbly, pre-adolescent knees. ‘Then, they didn’t say my name and I cried. The people at my table were like, “Quick! Hide her face!”

On the inequality of the film business…
‘If it weren’t for fashion and beauty campaigns, I wouldn’t have the finances to pick and choose my projects,’ she says of one of the inequities of the business few females will broach. ‘Literally, it’s the only industry that supports women in that way.’

This issue will be on sale next March 31st!


Kirsten Dunst photographed by Inez & Vinoodh representing the letter ‘D’ for V Magazine #100?s ‘The New Alphabet’ also featuring artwork from M/M (Paris), March 2016. Pre-order your copy, on stands tomorrow, March 8th.


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