Written by Alexa | Posted on 28 September 2019 | 0

Some clips of Kirsten’s appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show this past Thursday (Sep 26) have been uploaded to the talk show’s official channel, and you can check them out below. Great to see so much of her lately!


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Written by Alexa | Posted on 27 September 2019 | 0

Amazing news! I’m so behind with the show, but the little that I have seen has been really entertaining – and Kirsten is, as always, amazing in this role.

DEADLINE – One month after its season 1 premiere, Showtime has ordered a second season of its critically acclaimed comedy On Becoming A God In Central Florida, from Sony’s TriStar Television.

Created and executive produced by Robert Funke and Matt Lutsky and starring Kirsten Dunst, On Becoming A God is a darkly comedic story about the cult of free enterprise and one woman’s relentless pursuit of the American Dream. In addition to Dunst, the first season stars Théodore Pellerin, Mel Rodriguez, Beth Ditto and Ted Levine.

“With such imaginative storytelling and an absolutely inspired lead performance, On Becoming A God In Central Florida has been a revelation,” said Jana Winograde, President of Entertainment, Showtime Networks. “Kirsten, Esta, Robert, Matt and Charlie have crafted a wondrous blend of satirical light within the economic and emotional melancholy that confronts so many Americans. We couldn’t be happier that On Becoming A God is on Showtime, nor more eager to see what wild events await our ensemble in the downline of season two.”

Set in a small Orlando-adjacent town in 1992, On Becoming A God In Central Florida follows Krystal Stubbs (Dunst), a minimum-wage water park employee who lies, schemes and cons her way up the ranks of Founders American Merchandise (FAM) — the cultish, flag-waving, multibillion-dollar pyramid scheme that drove her to ruin in the first place, run by the powerful Obie Garbeau II (Levine). Determined to make a better life for herself, Krystal dives deep into FAM and develops a tangled relationship with FAM’s most loyal and fanatical follower Cody (Pellerin), until her business begins to affect those closest to her, including Ernie (Rodriguez), her affable water park boss, and his FAM-skeptic wife Bets (Ditto).

Produced by Sony’s TriStar Television, the series is also executive produced by Smokehouse Pictures’ George Clooney and Grant Heslov, Esta Spalding, who also serves as showrunner, along with Dunst and Charlie McDowell.

Season 1 is currently airing on Sundays at 10 PM ET/PT on Showtime.

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Written by Alexa | Posted on 19 September 2019 | 0

VOGUE – Kirsten Dunst’s receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on August 29 should have been cause for only celebration. It was a big moment for the actress, albeit one long overdue—she’s been delivering consistently masterful performances across teen romps (Bring It On), period pieces (Marie Antoinette), cult classics (Drop Dead Gorgeous), and underrated gems (Melancholia) for the past 25 years. Dunst recently revealed that she’s often felt overlooked by her industry (“Maybe they just think I’m the girl from Bring It On. . . . Maybe I don’t play the game enough”), and the actor was visibly moved as her friends, family, and collaborators sang her praises. All of which made it especially frustrating when Reuters sent out a since-deleted tweet saying that Dunst is “best known for her role as Spiderman’s girlfriend.”

In a delightful twist, the sexist tweet only fanned the flames of Dunst’s recent resurgence as a pop-cultural icon. Of course, she never really went away: Audiences have flocked to see her onscreen ever since she earned a Golden Globe nomination at age 12 for her star-making turn in Interview With a Vampire. Nevertheless, the tweet sent her loyal fan base on a social media lovefest, highlighting just how impactful Dunst’s films, characters, and general presence have been. As one Twitter user put it when Reuters’s tweet inspired a new meme highlighting the versatility of female performers: “Kirsten Dunst could do Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, but Leonardo DiCaprio couldn’t do Bring It On.”

The latest proof of her chameleon-like talent: Dunst is currently starring in Showtime’s kooky new dark comedy On Becoming a God in Central Florida, for which she is also an executive producer. Rocking adult braces and a denim-heavy wardrobe befitting of its 1992 setting, Dunst plays Krystal Stubbs, a water park employee who schemes her way up the ranks of the cultish pyramid scheme that ruined her life. Dunst is predictably dazzling in the series, her first project in two years since giving birth to her son with actor husband Jesse Plemons. Flipping from hilarious to devastating (often in the same scene), it’s a performance so lived-in that it would be borderline criminal for Emmy voters not to take notice come awards season. Vogue caught up with Dunst to chat about the road to On Becoming a God, how her approach to acting has changed since motherhood, and the scrapped fantasy series she and Sofia Coppola are dying to make.

I really adored On Becoming a God. What’s your origin story with it?

I FaceTimed with [the show’s original director] Yorgos Lanthimos because he was originally attached to direct and the material was so eccentric. I knew nothing of the world of Ponzi schemes and thought, Finally, an interesting female role, since a lot of roles are written with the male gaze. I read something recently everyone was praising—“It’s such a great script! It’s this! It’s that!”—and I was like, Am I not reading the same thing as everybody else? This part sucks! [The female character] basically functioned to let the male character deal with whatever he’s dealing with, and I hate those roles. Krystal was very much her own beast of a character.

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Written by Alexa | Posted on 19 September 2019 | 0

Kirsten made an appearance last night on The Late Late Show with James Corden, promoting her new Showtime series On Becoming a God in Central Florida, which she has won plenty of critical acclaim for. A couple of short clips from the show have been released, so be sure to check them out if she missed her interview.

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Written by Luciana | Posted on 29 November 2018 | 0

More pictures of Kirsten on the set of “On Becoming a God in Central Florida” last Monday has been released. You can check them now in our gallery:

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Written by Luciana | Posted on 25 November 2018 | 2

Kirsten was spotted last week filming a pool scene for her new tv series “On Becoming a God in Central Florida“. She could be seen filming scenes with fellow actor Kevin J. O’Connor while a group of swimmers all run out past the two. The series, filming in Louisiana, is about “Krystal Gill” (Dunst’s character), a minimum-wage-earning water park employee who will eventually scheme her way up the ranks of Founders American Merchandise: the cultish, flag waving, multi-billion dollar pyramid scheme that drove her family to ruin.

The series was in development by AMC and its now to be released by Youtube Premium. Check in our gallery the pictures:

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Written by Luciana | Posted on 19 November 2018 | 0

Things are a little bit quiet on Kikiland lately and, because of that, we didn’t have much new updates to do. So, today, I was able to get a better copy of the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode Kirsten guest starred back in 1993 (with the help of Gates McFadden Files) and replaced the old, low-quality-tagged version of screen captures for better ones. Enjoy!

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Written by Luciana | Posted on 19 September 2018 | 0

Kirsten attended last night, alongside husband Jesse Plemons, her first red carpet since giving birth to his boy Ennis in May. The couple were in attendance at the 2018 Emmy Awards held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

Jesse was nominated in the Limited Series category for his work in Black Mirror‘s USS Callister episode. Kirsten wore a Schiaparelli Haute Couture gown and Fred Leighton jewelry. Check pictures added in our gallery.

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