Hello Magazine has posted today an interview with Kirsten where beauty editor Nadine Baggott asked her to reveal the health and beauty secrets:
Kirsten, you have great skin. What’s your secret?
“First, I stay out of the sun. I like how it looks when someone is tanned, but it doesn’t work with my skin, it’s too sensitive. And I do like natural products. I use Dr Hauschka and when I was in London I tried Eve Lom, which I really like.”
As an advocate of organic living, have you tried many organic beauty ranges?
“I think organic and natural is probably best. I love Yon-Ka as it has that mix of natural but it does more. For my hair I love Leonor Greyl, which is the bestsmelling hair product I’ve ever known – I take the de-frizz serum with me whenever I travel.”
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Added a photoshoot done back in April with her Bachelorette co-stars Isla and Lizzy for InStyle US.
Here’s the screen captures (not in HQ this time) of the interview Kirsten did last August 28 (and posted here, for US viewers only) on Chelsea Lately. We’ll be working in a video archive this week so if you’re not in the USA, you’ll be able to watch the video too.
Way back in 1990, Kirsten had a small role as Campbell McCoy, the daughter of Kim Cattrall in the comedy/drama The Bonfire of the Vanities. Screen captures of her brief appearance have just been added to the gallery – she is just so adorable!
Catch Kirsten and her Bachelorette co-stars Isla Fisher and Lizzy on Caplan on The View this coming Friday – September 7th. Check your local listings for times, US fans.
Bachelorette is released in limited US cinemas that same day.
With the announcement that On the Road will be a special presentation at TIFF, a new teaser trailer has been released for US audiences:
I have added to the gallery 800+ HD screen captures of Kirsten as Katie Marks in 2010 Andrew Jarecki’s drama “All Good Things”. Enjoy!
Variety is reporting that Kirsten, Katherine Waterston and Ben Foster will star in the film adaptation of Adam Rapp’s dark drama Red Light Winter.
Red Light Winter premiered at the Steppenwolf Theatre in an extended run and later arrived Off-Broadway, with its original Chicago cast, for another extended engagement at the Barrow Street Theatre in 2006.
Rapp, who also helmed the stage production, will direct the film. Mark Ruffalo and Billy Crudup were at one time attached to the film, but are no longer involved. Foster (“Contraband”) replaces Ruffalo; no casting for Crudup’s role has been announced.
In the play, “former college buddies Matt and Davis take off to the Netherlands and find themselves thrown into a bizarre love triangle with a beautiful, young prostitute named Christina. The romance they find in Europe is eventually overshadowed with the truth they discover at home.”
Dunst will portray Christina, with Waterston cast as a woman who shares a past with both men.
The film is produced by Jay Van Hoy and Lars Knudsen, as well as Scott Rudin, who was also among the play’s original producers.