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Updated the gallery with a few old appearances pictures.



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Appearances from 1997 > ‘Wag The Dog’ Premiere
Appearances from 1997 > 7th Annual Environmental Media Awards
Appearances from 1999 > Drop Dead Gorgeous 1999
Appearances from 1999 > 6th Annual Women In Hollywood Luncheon
Appearances from 2000 > 7th Annual Premiere of Women in Hollywood luncheon
Appearances from 2000 > Blockbuster Entertainment Awards
Appearances from 2000 > Screen Actors Guild Awards
Appearances from 2000 > Mission Impossible II Premiere
Appearances from 2000 > Cannes Film Festival – The Virgin Suicides Premiere


Mona Lisa Smile press conference pictures have been replaced with HQ versions, thank to Lisa for donating these.

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Amy Adams and Viggo Mortensen are joining Garrett Hedlund, Sam Riley, Kristen Stewart and Kirsten Dunst in the Walter Salles-directed On the Road, says Deadline New York.

The Jose Rivera-scripted film is an adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s novel, which chronicles Kerouac’s years traveling the North American continent with his friend Neal Cassady, “a sideburned hero of the snowy West.” As “Sal Paradise” and “Dean Moriarty,” the two roam the country in a quest for self-knowledge and experience.

Adams will play Jane, “the emotionally damaged junkie mother of two children and the wife of Old Bull Lee.” Mortensen is going to play Lee.

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On The Road, the new movie based on the classic novel by Jack Kerouac and starring Twilight’s K risten Stewart, officially began filming in Montreal today.

Kristen, along with her co-stars Garrett Hedlund and Sam Riley has already been spotted enjoying the nightlife in Montreal. Last week, Kristen was seen at Sharx Pool Bar & Bowling last week. She stepped out to see a concert on Saturday night too, before filming officially got underway.

On The Road will also mean a return to Montreal for Kirsten Dunst, who  wrapped Upside Down in the city earlier this summer. Kirsten was also frequently spotted out and about last spring, so chances are she’ll be taking advantage of the city life in Montreal once again.

The movie is expected to shoot in Quebec for 45 days. And signs for the location have already been spotted.

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More HQ pictures from the swedish Melancholia press conference has been added.

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Appearances from 2010 > Melancholia Swedish Press Conference – July 26th


Added some pictures of Kirsten Dunst at the Opening of Rivane Neuens Celebration on June 23rd.

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Appearances from 2010 > Opening of Rivane Neuens Celebration – June 23rd


With his end-of-days disaster pic “Melancholia” currently in production, Danish auteur Lars von Trier has unveiled slight details on the project at a European press conference which preceded the film’s production.

Described in press materials as “a psychological disaster movie [and] a beautiful film about the end of the world,” von Trier went on to add (in a rough Google translation) that he hoped “the film is personal. I do not know, until we find it. I can tell about what the movie is about, but do not know why I’m doing it. I have a plan, and no one will ever find out what the plan is.”

“It’s a story about two sisters and a planet,” he added of the film whose title references Planet Melancholia, an enormous planet that evidently looms threateningly close to Earth in this story. “Kirsten [Dunst] is getting married, but only for a short while, of course.” Dunst will evidently play Charlotte Gainsbourg’s sister and is set to exchange vows with Alexander Skarsgaard, with his father Stellan playing his best man and John Hurt playing Dunst’s father.

Dunst, the apparent female lead, intriguingly added that “what is different is that Lars instructs without [rehearsal] and it gives real things life. This is a continuing challenge for myself and with the material. [There’s] poetry in the way he tortures women.”

A similar sentiment was also shared by the film’s male protagonist Kiefer Sutherland, who added that “filming ‘live’ without any rehearsals” was a first-time experience in his career. While he failed to provide any insight on his own character, he did reveal that he wasn’t playing a Jack Bauer-type saving-the-world hero but simply that his “character represents what is right, while Kirsten Dunst represents what is left. There is an important balance in the film.”

Cinematographer Manuel Alberto Claro, who is replacing Anthony Dod Mantle, went on to clarify the improvisational methodology. “Each day we begin without instruction, and are then given instructions along the route. The actors are completely wild and very sweet and well prepared.”

When asked about the look of the film, von Trier hilariously replied in typical fashion that “it looks like shit… No, I hope not. But it is certainly a little uglier than the previous one. ” The film also co-stars Jesper Christensen, Charlotte Rampling, Udo Kier and Brady Corbet and is expected to premiere May-June of next year, likely setting it up for a Cannes premiere. Chaos will reign once more.

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