John / September 20th, 2017

Kirsten is on the cover of the October 2017 issue of C California Style magazine. The magazine features a stunning photoshoot of Kirsten by photographer Kurt Iswarienko & a very interesting interview with Kirsten & “Woodshock” directors Kate & Laura Mulleavy.

You can read the interview here & I’ve added the photoshoot to the gallery.

Credit & thanks to Kurt Iswarienko & C magazine for use of the pics.



John / August 22nd, 2017

I’ve added two gorgeous photoshoot pics of Kirsten by photographer Robert Hanashiro to the gallery.

Apologies that the website was offline the past couple of days. Maintenance on our server took longer than expected.



John / August 11th, 2017

I’ve added to the gallery Kirstens fabulous photoshoot by photographer Thomas Whiteside for Nylon magazine. I’ve also added the alternative subscribers edition magazine cover. Credit to Thomas Whiteside & Nylon magazine for use of the pics.



John / August 9th, 2017

The “Queen of the Wood Nymphs” article below is featured in the August 7th issue of New York magazine. The magazine also features photos of Kirsten & the Mulleavy sisters by photographers Billy & Hells. I’ve added a pic of Kirsten from the photoshoot to the gallery.



John / July 18th, 2017

After attending the U.S Press Conference for “The Beguiled” on June 11th Kirsten & Sofia Coppola took part in a photoshoot for the Los Angeles Times by photographer Christina House. I’ve added seven pics from the photoshoot to the gallery.



John / June 21st, 2017

Kirsten is on the cover of the Summer 2017 issue of Dazed magazine, which goes on sale on June 22nd. The magazine features an in depth interview with Kirsten & her Beguiled co-star Elle Fanning, who is featured on an alternative cover, & a stunning photoshoot of Kirsten by photographer Casper Sejersen. Dazeddigital.com have published the full interview online in two parts & you can read it here & here.

I’ve added to the gallery the magazine cover & pics from the Casper Sejersen photoshoot.



John / May 17th, 2017

Sofia Coppola met her muse Kirsten Dunst in 1998. The actress was just 16 at the time, & the 27-year-old daughter of Francis Ford Coppola was about to make her directorial debut with “The Virgin Suicides,” based on a novel that she loved. Dunst was so innocent, she brought her mom along to chaperone their initial conversation. “I was a little nervous,” she says. “It was my first adult role!”

So much of Hollywood is filtered through the male gaze. But Coppola, who tells stories from the perspectives of her heroines, immediately put Dunst at ease. “She was always a good influence on me as a young woman,” Dunst says, recalling a compliment that Coppola once paid her that she never forgot. “She said to me, ‘I love your teeth; don’t ever fix your teeth.’ I remember doing a ‘Spider-Man’ movie later, and one of the producers was like, ‘I need to take you to the dentist!’ They even fixed my teeth on the poster. But I just knew I was never doing that. Sofia is the chicest, coolest girl, and she thinks my teeth are great.” At the risk of sounding “a little corny,” Dunst adds, “She gave me confidence in little things that I wouldn’t necessarily have had.”

Coppola & Dunst are the rare female duo in an industry ruled by men and notable for director-actor teams like Marty & Leo, Spielberg & Hanks, Tarantino & Samuel L. Jackson. These two women have fostered an unbreakable bond over the past two decades and four movies. “I feel big-sisterly to her,” Coppola says, sipping a mint tea near her home in New York, where she raises her two kids.

Both spent their formative years on movie sets — one as a young actress (“Interview With the Vampire,” “Little Women,” “Jumanji”), the other as the observant daughter of a famous director. After 1999’s “Virgin Suicides,” they reteamed on Coppola’s 2006 period drama “Marie Antoinette.” Dunst even popped up seven years later in a cameo in “The Bling Ring,” as herself. And now the two are headed to Cannes with Coppola’s latest endeavor “The Beguiled,” a Southern gothic thriller that will premiere at the film festival later this month & debut in theaters June 23.

When Coppola first met with Dunst for “The Virgin Suicides,” she was drawn to a particular quality — a depth beneath her all-American-girl looks. For “Marie Antoinette,” which Coppola wrote with Dunst in mind, she liked that her actress could blend in with the 18th-century corsets and wigs. “She has a German background,” Dunst says. “She’s part of that world.”

Coppola decided to cast Dunst against type in “The Beguiled,” as a shy teacher at a girls’ school who befriends a wounded Civil War soldier (Colin Farrell) taking shelter there. “I like casting her in this because it’s so opposite her personality,” Coppola says. “This character is so oppressed and she’s not at all.”

All these years later, Coppola, 46, still feels protective of Dunst, 35. When it came to directing a love scene between Dunst & Farrell, Coppola wanted to make sure Dunst was comfortable. She kept it short, and both actors kept their clothes on. “Having that sex scene with Colin is so not Sofia’s style, even though it’s brief,” Dunst says. “She gets embarrassed for me, which is funny because she’s my director.”

The ease & respect the two share was evident at their Variety photo shoot at the Houdini Estate in Laurel Canyon. They bantered nonstop, as they cracked each other up between shots. Just as the session was about to begin, Dunst noticed they were wearing nearly identical gold watches, & in a sweetly deferential gesture, she took hers off & handed it to an assistant.

When Coppola suggested that Dunst lose some weight for her role in “Beguiled,” the actress pushed back. But she said her director was very understanding. “It’s so much harder when you’re 35 & hate working out,” Dunst says. She even used the shoot’s location—in rural Louisiana—as an excuse. “I’m eating fried chicken & McDonald’s before work. So I’m like, ‘We have no options! I’m sorry I can’t lose weight for this role.’”

Ramin Setoodeh, Variety.com

 

The above is part of a longer article featured in the May 16th edition of Variety magazine. You can read the full article here.

The magazine also features a lovely photoshoot of Kirsten & Sofia by photographer Yu Tsai. I’ve added pics from the photoshoot & also the magazine cover to the gallery.

Variety.com also posted this video of Kirsten & Sofia revealing ‘7 Secrets’ about themselves.



John / March 4th, 2017

The new issue of Vanity Fair magazine has an article on the “Style Stars of 2017”. Kirsten is featured in the article which has a photoshoot pic of each star by photographer Patrick Demarchelier.

I’ve added to the gallery a scan of Kirstens Vanity Fair article & the photoshoot pic. Credit to Vanity Fair & Patrick Demarchelier for use of the pic & article.



John / December 24th, 2016

On behalf of everyone at kirsten-dunst.org I’d like to wish you all a (slightly early) very Merry Christmas. Have a great time everybody!

To mark the occasion we’ve got a nice gallery update. First up we’ve added some additional pics to the beautiful 2016 Jenny Gage & Tom Betterton photoshoot. We’ve also added the fabulous 2016 Johan Sandberg photoshoot. Last but definitely not least we’ve added the gorgeous 2016 Ruven Afanador photoshoot.



John / November 6th, 2016

Hi everyone, hope you all like the new website layout.

The layout features a gorgeous pic of Kirsten taken by photographer Benoit Peverelli at this years Cannes Film Festival & I’ve added it to the gallery.

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