“It’s funny because I filmed this movie two years ago, so it seems like longer of a break to everyone else. So I did take a break, but for me it wasn’t as much. I’ve been working so long and I’m at a place now where I can wait for the projects I really feel passionate about. … I think it’s nice to take breaks, I always like when I don’t see actors all the time. … I did a short film and went to art school for a bit. It was a course where we started with charcoal, moved to acrylic—all about getting the base and form of bodies.
—Kirsten Dunst explains why we haven’t seen her dimpled face in a movie since “How To Lose Friends And Alienate People” in 2008. Her new one, “All Good Things,” opens in early December. Amelia saw it already — you know, ’cause of the whole Ryan Gosling aspect — and says it’s fantastic. [NY Post] Keep reading »
Yeah, so it’s for a movie poster—but still, both Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst look mighty pretty in this pic. “All Good Things” opens in December and tells the based-on-a-true-story tale of real estate heir Robert Durst, whose wife disappeared in the mid ’80s. Can we purchase tickets now? Amelia is already in line. [NY Post] Keep reading »
We think Kirsten Dunst looks way better on the cover of V than she did in that turning Japanese video. Keep reading »
Remember when Kirsten Dunst was running around Japan, looking all wacky anime? Well, if you had told me, “Oh, she’s making a total insane cover of that ‘Turning Japanese’ song directed by McG,” I would not have believed you. Even if you swore it was true. Yet, that appears to be what we have here. It’s called “‘Akihabara Majokko Princess.” Obviously. In order to spare you any trauma brought on by an overdose of manga or exposure to anime quasi-nudity featured in said video, we’ve embedded it after the jump. Watch it. I dare you not to get the song stuck in your head forever. Oh, and if you don’t know what “turning Japanese” means, ask your mom. Keep reading »
Turns out Kirsten Dunst is also a fan of Moroccan Oil, one of our must-have beauty products. Except, apparently, she’s into the cream version. They make a cream? Little did we know that there’s a whole range of products—shampoos, hair masks, and styling aids, made from the magical ingredient of argan oil, which adds shine and restores health to your locks. For the moment, we think we’ll be sticking to the traditional oil formula, seeing as we’re experiencing some winter dryness here, but come spring, we’ll take a cue from Dunst for a lighter cream. [SleekHair.com, Refinery29 Twitter] Keep reading »