Finally pictures from Fargo press conference Kirsten attended last month in Los Angeles has surfaced. You can find them in our gallery now:
Last night the Moschino creative director teamed up with Longchamp into a VIP celebration of their 10th anniversary of handbag collaborations. Kirsten attended it, in a poppy-covered Rodarte dress. Check pictures in our gallery.
Also, two pictures from an event Kirsten attended last month has also been added.
Appearances in 2015 > Nov 05 | Jeremy Scott For Longchamp 10th Anniversary
Back in 1996, Dunst had a recurring role in the third season of NBC’s medical drama ER. She portrayed a child prostitute, Charlie Chiemingo, taken under the guidance of Dr. Doug Ross, played by George Clooney. Thanks to my friend Claudia, I have added HD screen captures of all episodes Kirsten has appeared on.
Television Productions > ER (1996) > 3.08 | Union Station
Television Productions > ER (1996) > 3.10 | Homeless for the Holidays
Television Productions > ER (1996) > 3.11 | Night Shift
Television Productions > ER (1996) > 3.12 | Post Mortem
Television Productions > ER (1996) > 3.22 | One More for the Road
Screencaptures of the latest Fargo episode, titled Fear and Trembling, are now uploaded into our gallery.
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:
The gallery was updated with two promotional images from the next Fargo episode, to be aired next Monday (October 26). To view the large size, you can click on each thumbnail.
The gallery was updated with screen captures of the latest Fargo episode.