Kirsten Dunst is gracing the cover of Manhattan for their November/December issue, and she looks beautiful!
As for the story that awaits on the inside, well, we hear it's pretty exciting.
Here's a little tease for ya! She talks Lars von Trier (the director who infamously said he sympathized with Hitler at Cannes):
He apologized, and obviously I forgave him. That’s just Lars, and he honestly, honestly didn’t mean what he said, but he just kept going, digging himself deeper.
Lars and Kirsten worked together on the upcoming Melancholia.
In the magazine, Kirsten also talks about babies in the future, being an actor, and women in film.
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Working on a new movie AND obtaining German citizenship? Kristen Dunst is keeping quite busy!
Last we heard from Kirsten, aside from all things Melancholia, she had begun work on her new movie Bachelorette with James Mardsen. Lick!
Now, we're hearing that Kirsten has officially become a citizen of Germany. Here's what she had to say about it:
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Check out a shot of the new Melancholia motion poster!
The poster, which is animated, slowly draws constellations on Kirsten Dunst's face! Also, ASkars is peeking in, which is great, because we can't get enough of him!!
Despite the director's terrible public speaking habits, is this flick something you'd like to catch??
We'll probably check it out!
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Remember that guy who said he understood Adolf Hitler and sympathized with him? Lars Von Trier?
If not, let's recap. During the Cannes Film Festival last May, director Lars Von Trier taught everyone a huge lesson in having a social filter.
You can watch what happened right here if you'd like to refresh your memory. If only for the priceless look on Kirsten Dunst's face…
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Kirsten Dunst is on the November cover of Flare magazine wearing the same Giambattista Valli dress Emma Stone donned at the Friends with Benefits premiere in July.
In her interview with the Canadian fashion mag the Melancholia star opens up about depression, dating and style.
Here are some HIGHlights:
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Oh boy, did we miss out on a potentially epic episode, Truebies!
ASkars' dad, Stellan Skarsgard, actually turned down a role on the show that made his son so famous in the U.S.!
Stellan says he was asked to do True Blood, but couldn't accept the offer because he just simply "doesn't have time."
He certainly does admire ASkars' work as Eric Northman though. Stellan praised him, saying, "I think it's very well done and he's great in it."
(And we obviously agree with him 100%.)
What's more is that Stellan doesn't take any credit for Alex's huge success. He says:
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We still don't know what this movie is about but you had us at ASkars.
Check out a SECOND trailer for the Lars Von Trier film starring Kirsten Dunst, Kiefer Sutherland, and of course, ASkars.
All we know is that there's a wedding and a planet is coming to destroy Earth???
Whatevers. We're still in.
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