Written by Luciana | Posted on 14 September 2015| 0

A new interview with Kirsten, to promote the upcoming Fargo season, has been published by Star Tribune.

“Most people probably know me from ‘Spider-Man’ or ‘Bring It On’ and that’s it, but I’ve been doing independent films for a long time,” said Dunst, whose credits include “Marie Antoinette,” “The Virgin Suicides” and “Melancholia.” “I can do a comedy and have fun, or I can tackle a role that really inspires me and allows me to emotionally pour my heart out. As I get older, it’s more important to explore areas I haven’t tapped into yet.”

Her latest role certainly fits that bill. In “Fargo” (9 p.m. Mondays, FX) she plays Peggy Blomquist, a small-town beautician with Hollywood dreams, trapped in a bland marriage to a gullible butcher along the Minnesota-South Dakota border in 1979 — three decades before the events of the show’s premiere season.

When she accidentally runs over a murderer outside a diner in Luverne, Minn., she swallows any sense of guilt and tries to use the incident as an excuse to escape to California, where she imagines both her big-city ambitions and French-influenced wardrobe will blend right in.

Dunst said the role posed a number of new challenges, from memorizing the singsong, rapid-fire dialogue to adjusting to a parade of different bosses.

“One day I worked with three different directors on three different episodes,” said Dunst by phone, after returning from a decompression vacation in Jamaica. “That was the weirdest thing I’ve ever experienced. It’s just not what I’m used to.”

Read the full interview at Star Tribune. “Fargo” will airs its Season 2 premiere on Monday, Oct. 12, at 10 p.m. EDT on FX.