Our gallery was updated with digital scans of the latest Gotham magazine, featuring Kirsten on cover. The spread was reprinted on Austin Way, with some different pictures, and scans are also added.
Kirsten is the September cover girl of Gotham magazine, and on the issue she chats with friend Julianne Moore about her upcoming film and TV roles, favorite directors, and how taxis can be a girl’s best friend when dealing with New York paparazzi.
On the movie role closest to her own character: “When I was 16 and did ‘Bring It On.’ I was that girl. It was like me being in high school as myself. It wasn’t a stretch at all. I was a cheerleader, my best friend was a cheerleader. I wasn’t in competitions, but I watched them on TV.”
On being the first major celebrity to wear Rodarte: “I have worked with these stylists, Nina and Clare Hallworth, since I was very young, and they introduced me to Rodarte’s clothes. Then I met [designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy] and we became fast friends.”
On the best fashion advice she’s ever received: “I don’t think I’ve ever gotten advice. It’s more that I had really good influences. When I was 16, I was working with Sofia Coppola, who is one of the chicest women I’ve ever met. And my mom was always into fashion. She lived in Germany for 10 years and had a lot of old Kenzo in her closet.”
Digital scans of latest Town & Country magazine featuring Kirsten on cover has now been added into our gallery.
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Kirsten is currently featured on September issue of Town & Country magazine, in a beautiful photoshoot by Cedric Buchet that you can find in our gallery.
On the interview, Kirsten is speaking out about what she calls the “unfair” and “really ridiculous” expectations that actors have placed on them today.
“What people expect of an actor is totally ridiculous, it’s unfair that an artist is expected to speak really well in public and have skin tough enough to withstand sometimes really hurtful criticism, but also, in order to do the job, be really sensitive and in touch with their feelings.”
Kirsten says she’s learned to get through it by staying true to her personality. “So all you can do is be yourself – just be who the hell you are”.
Dunst says that a changing mentality in Hollywood has helped make things better for women in the industry. While on set for the Spider-Man movies in 2002 and 2004, the actress felt like she was in an all-boys club, but she says her recent projects have been different.
“But the older I get, the less I feel that way. What I’ve found is that the cool guys now want to hang out with the cool girls,” she says.
She also opens up about her love, actor Garrett Hedlund, in the interview.
“We’ve been together for three and a half years, so, yes, it’s going really well. We’re the same age. We have similar backgrounds,” she says, adding, “He feels like family to me.”
Read the full article on Town & Country magazine and come back later for scans.
A new clip for Fargo season 2 has been shared today by the official twitter account. Check it:
— Fargo (@FargoFX) August 4, 2015
This is upsetting! Entertainment Weekly is reporting that Warner Bros. has moved Midnight Special from its November 25 release date to March 18, 2016! No explanation for the change has been given.
Featuring Michael Shannon, Joel Edgerton, Kirsten Dunst, and Adam Driver, the science-fiction-oriented Midnight Special has been shrouded in secrecy. What’s known is that it concerns a father who goes on the lam with his 8-year-old son after the boy reveals supernatural abilities.
Our gallery was updated with screen captures of the latest Fargo video released. Also, Entertainment Weekly has published on their site the pictures available on the latest issue and you can now find it in our gallery as well.
After releasing some new pictures (in the latest EW issue) and nine small clips, FX finally released the full trailer for next Fargo season.
The story follows Patrick Wilson as Lou Solverson, the part played by Keith Carradine in season one, as a freshly returned Vietnam veteran in 1979. It has venues in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and Luverne, Minnesota with a potential “botched robbery” and a Watergate name drop. Plus Ronald Reagan shows up on the 1980 campaign trail – and he’s played by Bruce Campbell. The new cycle of Fargo is set to debut in October – just before the weather turns colder across the nation.