John / June 17th, 2017

Here’s a video of most of Kirstens interview from last nights episode of “The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon”. U.S based fans can watch the entire show at nbc.com.



John / June 17th, 2017

A quick reminder that Kirsten is a guest on tonights edition of “”The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon”. The show airs on NBC at 11.35pm Eastern Time.



John / June 14th, 2017

Kirsten will be a guest on “The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon” this Friday (June 16th) & also on “The Late Show with Seth Meyers” next Monday evening (June 19th).

Jimmy Fallon airs at 11.35 pm Eastern Standard Time & Seth Meyers airs at 12.35 am Eastern Standard Time. Both shows are on NBC.



John / January 7th, 2017

I’ve added to the gallery promotional pics of Kirsten on “The Late Late Show With James Corden”. Guests on the show pose for a ‘Phone Booth’ photo & I’ve added Kirsten’s to the gallery.

U.S based fans can watch the full show here.



John / January 6th, 2017

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 in Central Florida is a darkly comedic story about the cult of free enterprise and one woman’s relentless pursuit of the American Dream in the early 1990s. 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 Pictures. 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.

Nellie Andreeva, deadline.com



John / January 6th, 2017

Here are two clips of Kirsten on last nights edition of “The Late Late Show With James Corden”.

 

 



John / January 5th, 2017

A quick reminder that Kirsten is a guest on tonights edition of “The Late Late Show with James Corden”. The show airs on CBS at 12.37 am Eastern Time.



John / December 31st, 2016

Kirsten will be a guest on next Thursdays edition of “The Late Late Show with James Corden”. Also appearing on the show will be actor Jamie Foxx & actress Zoe Saldana. The show will air on CBS at 12.37 am Eastern Time.



John / September 19th, 2016

Sadly Kirsten didn’t win at the Primetime Emmy Awards last night. In fact “Fargo” left empty handed despite having eight nominations (I believe the show also only won one Creative Arts Emmy despite having ten nominations).

I’ll be adding pics of Kirsten at the Emmy Awards to the gallery later this evening but in the meantime check out Kirsten’s Instagram account where she has posted an absolutely adorable pic from yesterday.



John / August 23rd, 2016

As a child actor turned Hollywood star, Kirsten Dunst has done her share of soul-searching. So to play Peggy Blumquist, a beautician on the road to self-actualization who veers off course after committing a hit-and-run in FX’s “Fargo,” she turned inward.

“I work a lot with what I’m dreaming, so for me it’s kind of like making a little witch’s brew of stuff,” Ms. Dunst said of creating her character for the anthology’s second chapter. “The writing is so good, but to make a very full person takes a lot of self-exploration.”

In turn, Peggy — Ms. Dunst’s first recurring television role since playing the runaway Charlie Chiemingo on “ER” nearly 20 years ago — rewarded her with her first Emmy nomination, for outstanding lead actress in a limited series. The 68th Emmy Awards will be on Sept. 18.

In a recent phone conversation from Los Angeles, Ms. Dunst talked about the role that was meant to be, the expectations of Hollywood and where she thinks Peggy might have ended up. These are edited excerpts from the conversation.

Congratulations on your nomination.

Thank you. It’s a tough category. I feel like there are so many great actresses and it’s an honor, but I wish they would just nominate and no one had to win. You know what I mean? Comparison is just the thief of joy.

In some strange way, the role of Peggy seems a natural for you.

It doesn’t happen very often like this, but [the writer and showrunner] Noah [Hawley] and I had our meeting, and as I left his office I was like, “I think that this is mine.” And on the way home I called my agent, and my manager called me, and they were like, “It’s yours.”

What do you think Noah saw in you?

I said something about style, like “a little goes a long way,” and he was like, “Oh, that’s Peggy for me.” And also my roots. My grandma, who has passed now, was from Minnesota. She didn’t really have an accent but she had a Midwestern quality about her, and she grew up on a farm. So it’s in my wheelhouse.

To quite a few viewers, Peggy was at once lovable and terrible. How did you see her?

Now that it’s over and edited and I saw the show, I think that she’s someone that just lives totally on her own planet. She probably should be on some meds. She’s a victim of the time and she’s trying to break boundaries, and I think she thinks she’s invincible.

A small-town woman trying to get out, or just plain unstable?

I think this situation of hitting the guy sends her over the edge. Because she’s just about to enter this precipice of going to Lifespring and doing all these things for herself, and then this happens and totally derails her plan. But she thinks she can still get away with it all — and she is getting away with it for a while, so I think it’s kind of a weird high. She just keeps looking forward and doesn’t see things very rationally.

In the final episode, Peggy speaks of her desire to choose her own path and not be defined by someone else’s expectations. Was there anything that resonated with your situation in Hollywood? You’ve said in the past that what people expect of actors is totally ridiculous.

I definitely put my own frustrations into what Peggy was saying. I don’t have a hard time with [expectations], I think, because I’ve been working for so long in this industry. But people put on different personas, and I could never do that, like on talk shows or in life or in meetings. I just have to be myself. I can’t fake it. But I do think that people want you to be a lot of different things as a female actress, and it’s up to you to navigate that and take care of yourself and not try to please.

Your coming movies include “The Beguiled,” your third film with Sofia Coppola, and “Woodshock,” written and directed by Kate and Laura Mulleavy, the designers behind Rodarte. What’s it like working with such close friends?

Now she’s a friend, but Sofia was always like an older sister to me — someone who I always looked up to. It’s so nice when you find a director that you’re their actress, and to work with your friends is always the best. Laura and Kate I met because I was the first actress to wear their clothing, and eventually we got to know each other. We’re very similar in our family values and living in Los Angeles in the Valley, and they’re very unique, fun women and soul mates of mine. You can create better things together when you know each other.

You know Peggy as well as anyone. What do you imagine she’s up to these days?

Maybe Peggy escaped, again, and lives off the grid in El Paso.

Kathryn Shattuck, The New York Times



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