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It has been a while since we’ve seen Kirsten out and about so it’s a pleasure to see her beautiful face again.

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Candids > 2010 > October 4th


I’ve added various of magazine scans from september-october. Thanks to Elmira for sending me these!


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Magazine Scans > G-O > GQ France – October 2010
Magazine Scans > G-O > Harper’s Bazaar UK – September 2010
Magazine Scans > G-O > Joy Russia – September 2010
Magazine Scans > P-Z > Pink Ukraine – September 2010
Magazine Scans > P-Z > Tatler Russia – September 2010
Magazine Scans > P-Z > Vogue Russia – September 2010


Screen captures of Kirsten Dunst in Strike! aka All I Wanna Do has been added to the gallery, thanks to dj_capslock.

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Movie Productions > Strike! > DVD Screen Captures


More movie stills from Crazy/Beautiful and Little Women has been added to the gallery.

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Movie Productions > Crazy/Beautiful > Promotional Stills
Movie Productions > Little Women > Promotional Stills


A man convicted of swiping actress Kirsten Dunst‘s purse from her SoHo hotel room was slapped with a four-year prison sentence Tuesday.

James Jimenez, whose novel defense was that he was too stupid to do the crime, kept up his clueless routine.

“I really don’t understand the charges. I don’t understand why I’m being charged,” he  protested to the judge.

“I understand,” Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Jill Konviser shot back, “because I presided over this trial and I’m familiar with all the evidence.”

“He still continues to deny his culpability and refuses to take responsibility for his actions,” said assistant district attorney Patricia Stolfi-Collins in demanding the max penalty of seven years.

She also alleged that Jimenez, a 36-year-old mechanic, perjured himself on the stand.

Jimenez was convicted of burglarly and trespassing in the high-profile case, in which the perp’s lawyer tried to paint the Spiderman star as a drug user.

Dunst denied on the stand that she was a pot smoker – testimony that defense lawyer Robert Parker said he will use in his appealing his client’s conviction.

“She certainly didn’t have to come to this trial and lie,” Parker said outside court, pointing to a previous interview in which she calls for the legalization  of  marijuana. The judge in the case had called the interview irrelevant.

Jimenez’s pal, Jarrod Beinerman, was also charged in the case, previous pleading guilty and was sentenced to 4 ½ years in prison for taking the $2,000 purse.

The lawyer has said Beinerman was in Dunst’s suite to sell drugs – and that Jimenez had no clue that he was staging a theft.

“I will certainly build a case against Ms. Dunst,” Parker said, saying he’ll  try convincing the district attorney to press perjury charges against the starlet.

“I don’t think there’s a person on this planet who would believe …she doesn’t smoke marijuana,” Parker said. “That is a complete fabrication.

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New candids of Kirsten Dunst out and about in London this weekend has been added to the gallery.

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Candids > 2010 > August 28th
Candids > 2010 > August 29th


More press conference pictures from Drop Dead Gorgeous, Elizabethtown and Spiderman 3 has been added.

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Press Conferences > Drop Dead Gorgeous
Press Conferences > Elizabethtown
Press Conferences > Spiderman 3


Andrew Jarecki, the filmmaker behind 2003?s riveting documentary Capturing the Friedmans, has finally found a theatrical distributor for his first feature film All Good Things, starring Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst. Magnolia Pictures has acquired all rights to the drama and will release the film this December.

Jarecki, who founded MovieFone prior to becoming a filmmaker, bought his film back from the Weinstein Co. in March after waiting over a year for the beleaguered player to release the drama he filmed back in 2008. All Good Things was inspired by the real-life story of real estate scion Robert Durst, who was suspected but never tried for killing his wife Kathie who disappeared in 1982 and was never found. “Because it is impossible to know exactly what happened, we have not tried to replicate the history of the case, but to capture the emotion and complexity of this unsolved mystery that has for years been kept hidden from public view,” says Jarecki, who produced the film along with Marc Smerling, Michael London and Bruna Papandrea. Jarecki developed the script with Smerling and Marcus Hinchey.

The Weinstein Co. will handle the foreign sales of the film but Jarecki is counting on the team who released Friedmans to distribute his latest endeavor stateside. All Good Things will be the second Gosling drama to bow in December. Ironically, the Weinstein Co. will bow the Sundance hit Blue Valentine, where Gosling stars opposite Michelle Williams on December 31.

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