[Gallery Update] Appearances

I have finally gotten around to update the gallery with Kirsten latest appearances.
U.S. Premiere Of ‘The Beguiled’ – Arrivals

‘The Beguiled’ Red Carpet Arrivals – The 70th Annual

The Beguiled’ Photocall – The 70th Annual Cannes Film

[Watch] Trailer For Kirsten Dunst’s New Movie by the Founders of Rodarte

She’s been in some giant movies, yes, but to these eyes, Kirsten Dunst has always been an art-house movie star – after all, her first leading role was in Sofia Coppola’s dreamy Virgin Suicides; she followed up the megahit Bring It On with The Cat’s Meow (a cinephile’s what-if movie where she played silent star Marion Davies for director Peter Bogdanovich); and after she burned out on franchises with Spider-Man 3, she was brought back from the brink by international cinema’s enfant terrible, Lars von Trier. Her performance in his 2011 masterpiece Melancholia was a startlingly raw portrait of mental illness and self-destruction; if its trailer is any indication, her starring role in the new drama Woodshock seems to be very much in that same vein.


Calvin Klein Underwear Women’s Spring 2017 – Director’s Cut

Following the launch of Calvin Klein’s men’s underwear campaign starring the lead actors of the Academy Award–winning Moonlight, the brand has released its women’s underwear campaign shot by Sofia Coppola. The grainy black-and-white videos celebrate women ages 18 to 73, each handpicked by Coppola for the series. The director’s longtime muse Kirsten Dunst appears, as does Rashida Jones, Nathalie Love, up-and-coming actress Laura Harrier, Maya Thurman-Hawke (the daughter of Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman), and Chase Sui Wonders (niece of Coppola’s friend, the designer Anna Sui). The true star of the campaign, however, is the inimitable Lauren Hutton, who at 73, makes showing off her skivvies look like a piece of cake. No surprise there—she is a modeling legend after all—but the choice of Calvin Klein to cast women of all ages and ethnicities to model underwear is worthy of reflection……Read more

[Gallery Update] 89th Annual Academy

I have add over 48+ photos from last night 89th Annual Academy to our gallery.

[Gallery Update] 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards

I have add photos from the 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards to the gallery.

[Gallery Update] Appearances 2016 -2014 Appearances add.

I have Kirsten Appearances from 2016-2014 to the site.




[Gallery Update] Movie Stills add

I have update the gallery with movie stills from Kirsten’ movie projects.

Kirsten Dunst To Topline Dark Comedy Series From George Clooney, Grant Heslov & ‘The Lobster’ Helmer In Works At AMC

AMC is developing On Becoming A God In Central Florida, a 1990s-set one-hour dark comedy series, which has Kirsten Dunst attached to star and executive produce. The project, to be directed by The Lobster helmer Yorgos Lanthimos, hails from George Clooney and Grant Heslov’s Smokehouse Pictures, Sony’s TriStar Television and AMC Studios.

Written by Robert Funke and Matt Lutsky based on a spec script they wrote, 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 the early ’90s. Recently widowed and left with nothing, minimum-wage Orlando water park employee Krystal Gill (Dunst) lies, schemes and cons her way up the ranks of Founders American Merchandise — the cultish, flag-waving, multibillion-dollar pyramid scheme that drove her to ruin in the first place.

Funke, Lutsky, Dunst and Lanthimos executive produce alongside Oscar winners Clooney and Heslov (Argo) through Smokehouse. The project, in early development, will be overseen by Sarah Shepard for Smokehouse.

Spider-Man alumna Dunst recently starred in the second season of FX’s limited series Fargo, earning Emmy and Golden Globe nominations.

Funke, Lutsky, Lanthimos, and Smokehouse Pictures are repped by CAA. Dunst is repped by UTA and Management 360. Lanthimos is also repped by LBI and Matthew Bates. Funky & Lutsky are also repped by Peter Heller


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