Kirsten Dunst

as Kiki in the movie Majo no takkyûbin

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Real name is Kirsten Caroline Dunst
Also known as Kiki
Was born at 30 April 1982 (now is 35 years old) in Point Pleasant, New Jersey, USA

Kirsten Caroline Dunst is an American actress, who also holds Germancitizenship. She was born on April 30, 1982 in Point Pleasant, NewJersey, to parents Inez (née Rupprecht), who owned an art gallery, andKlaus Dunst, a medical services executive. She has a younger brothernamed 'Christian Dunst' , born in 1987. Her father is German, fromHamburg, and her mother, who is American, is of German and Swedishdescent.

Her career began at the age of 3 when she started modeling and appearingin commercials. She made her feature film debut with an uncredited roleat age 6 in the 'Oedipus Wrecks' segment of 'Woody Allen' 's 1989film New York Stories (1989) . She received her first film creditin The Bonfire of the Vanities (1990) . Her family moved to LosAngeles in 1993, where her film career took off. In 1994, she made her breakthrough performance in Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994) ,alongside such stars as 'Brad Pitt' and 'Tom Cruise' .

Herperformance earned her a Golden Globe nomination, the MTV Award forBest Breakthrough Performance and the Saturn Award for Best YoungActress. In 1995, she was named one of People Magazine's 50 MostBeautiful People. Over the next few years, she made a string of hitmovies including Little Women (1994) , Jumanji (1995) and Small Soldiers (1998) . In 2000, she received rave reviews for her role as "Lux Lisbon" in'Sofia Coppola' 's independent film, The Virgin Suicides (1999) and proved her status as a leadingactress in the comedy hit, Bring It On (2000) . She alsograduated from Notre Dame High School in Los Angeles in June of thatyear.

In 2002, she landed one of her best known roles as Peter Parker's loveinterest, Mary Jane Watson, in Spider-Man (2002) . She continuedher role in Spider-Man 2 (2004) and Spider-Man 3 (2007) . She went on to land roles in such films as Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) , the romanticcomedy Wimbledon (2004) , and in 'Cameron Crowe (I)' 's Elizabethtown (2005) . She also played the title character in'Sofia Coppola' 's Marie Antoinette (2006) . Dunst won the Best Actress Award at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival forher performance as Justine in 'Lars von Trier' 's Melancholia (2011) .

In 2012, she appeared in'Walter Salles' ' film adaptation of On the Road (2012) andthe independent comedy Bachelorette (2012) . She also has severalfilms in production, including The Two Faces of January (2014) . Her charity work includes designing a necklace to raise funds for theElizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation as well as supportingvarious cancer charities. .

There is some small facts about Kirsten Dunst:
  • Was a Ford model as a child.
  • Beat out 'Christina Ricci (I)' for roles in Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994) and Little Women (1994) . She also beat out 'Scarlett Johansson' for roles in Jumanji (1995) and Elizabethtown (2005) .
  • Attended the 'Anne Rice (I)' 's Memnoch Ball in New Orleans in 1995.
  • One of People Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People of 1995.
  • The only daughter of Klaus and Inez (née Rupprecht) Dunst. Her parents separated in 1993. Following this, she lived with her mother and younger brother, 'Christian Dunst' , in Southern California.
  • She is working on her own production company with her mother called "Wooden Spoon Productions". The name symbolizes women and creativity. It was inspired by her grandmother, who used wooden spoons to keep her in line when she was a girl.
  • Graduated from Notre Dame High School, a private Catholic high school in Los Angeles, in June 2000. 'Rachel Bilson' graduated a year earlier. Another former student was 'Katharine McPhee' .
  • Turned down the role of Angela in American Beauty (1999) .
  • Went to the Ranney School in Tinton Falls, New Jersey up until the fifth grade, when she left after her parents separated in 1993.
  • Made her singing debut performing the song "Dream Of Me" from Get Over It (2001) .
  • Nabbed the lead role of Peter Parker's girlfriend, Mary Jane Watson, in Spider-Man (2002) after 'Kate Hudson (I)' and 'Alicia Witt' turned it down.
  • She performed her first screen kiss, at the tender age of 11, with 'Brad Pitt' in the movie Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994) .
  • Name is pronounced "Keer-sten" (not "Kur-sten").
  • One of People Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People of 2002.
  • (2002) One of Teen People Magazine's "25 Hottest Stars under 25"
  • Kirsten's father is German. Kirsten's mother, who is American-born, is of half German and half Swedish ancestry. Kirsten can speak German fluently.
  • Furthered her singing career with a song that appears during the end credits to The Cat's Meow (2001) .
  • Voted the 2nd Sexiest Female Movie Star in the Australian Empire Magazine September 2002.
  • Auditioned along with 'Kate Hudson (I)' to replace 'Sarah Polley (I)' for the role of Penny Lane in Almost Famous (2000) , she didn't get the part but 'Cameron Crowe (I)' later said it was "very, very close".
  • Was in a relationship with 'Jake Gyllenhaal' (December 2002-June 2004).
  • Her nickname is Kiki as when she was a child she could not pronounce Kirsten. She then provided the voice of Kiki in the English dubbing of the Miyazaki animated feature, Majo no takkyûbin (1989) (aka "Kiki's Delivery Service").
  • She was offered the role of Chrissy in Now and Then (1995) , but she turned it down as the role required her to gain weight.
  • Her favorite movies are Annie Hall (1977) and Edward Scissorhands (1990) , whilst her favorite television shows are "Friends" (1994) , "Curb Your Enthusiasm" (2000) and "Da Ali G Show" (2000) .
  • According to producer 'Mark Gordon (II)' , she visited her then boyfriend 'Jake Gyllenhaal' at the set of the film The Day After Tomorrow (2004) and that visit gained her an uncredited cameo appearance.
  • Ranked #25 in Stuff magazine's "102 Sexiest Women in the World" (2002).
  • Is a fan of the television show "The Office" (2001) and admits she is a huge fan of 'Ricky Gervais' .
  • Like her Bring It On (2000) character "Torrance Shipman," Kirsten was a cheerleader in high school.
  • She wore a red wig in Spider-Man (2002) .
  • She was called back to reshoot some scenes for Get Over It (2001) while filming the first Spider-Man (2002) movie, which explains why her character suddenly goes from blond to red in a few scenes.
  • Hosted the MTV Movie Awards in 2001 along with 'Jimmy Fallon' .
  • 'Jake Gyllenhaal' gave Kirsten a gray and white kitten for her birthday. She named the cat Sophie.
  • Takes tap dancing lessons.
  • Was ranked #15 in E's 50 cutest child stars all grown-up.(2005).
  • Her grandparents Hermann and Inge Dunst live in Hamburg.
  • Has dyed her hair several times for a movie; she dyed it brown for her role in Mona Lisa Smile (2003) and then red for her role in Spider-Man 3 (2007) .
  • (2007) Lives in New York and Los Angeles.
  • Was originally cast as Clear Rivers in Final Destination (2000) .
  • Was listed as a potential nominee on the 2008 Razzie Award nominating ballot. She was suggested in the Worst Actress category for her performance in the film Spider-Man 3 (2007) . She failed to receive a nomination however.
  • Has checked herself into the Cinque Lodge rehab facility in Utah, the same facility which 'Eva Mendes' , 'Kellan Rhude' and 'Lindsay Lohan' checked into [February 8, 2008].
  • Was ranked #24 on Entertainment Weekly's '30 Under 30' the actress list. (2008).
  • Her breakout role was in Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994) , which was based on a novel by 'Anne Rice (I)' . She later starred in the music video "I knew I Loved You" by 'Savage Garden' , a band which got their name from the vampire novels of 'Anne Rice (I)' .
  • Stated that her personal favorite film of hers is Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994) .
  • Is the former best friend of 'Maggie Gyllenhaal' , having met on the set of Mona Lisa Smile (2003) . Maggie introduced Kirsten to her brother 'Jake Gyllenhaal' , resulting in their subsequent relationship.
  • Replaced 'Penélope Cruz' as Justine in Melancholia (2011) after Cruz dropped out of the project in order to film Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011) .
  • Her father, Klaus Hermann Dunst, was born August 15, 1946.
  • Helps a lot of charities, including the famous Art Of Elysium.
  • Stated how much of an honor it was to be part of a 'Lars von Trier' 's movie, Melancholia (2011) .
  • One of her main goals is to direct in the future.
  • Explained that she went to rehab for depression, not for alcohol or drug abuse as some may think.
  • The new face of Bulgari’s Mon Jasmin Noir (2011).
  • Friends with 'Sofia Coppola' , 'Jason Schwartzman' , 'Bryce Dallas Howard' and 'Michelle Williams (I)' .
  • Became a naturalized German citizen in September 2011.
  • Her favorite film is the Holocaust drama Schindler's List (1993) .
  • She filmed The Virgin Suicides (1999) in Canada and Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999) in Minnesota simultaneously in the summer of 1998.
  • Lives in the Los Angeles neighborhood, Los Feliz. 'Giovanni Ribisi' , 'Bo Barrett (I)' , 'Scarlett Johansson' , 'Chris Pine (I)' , 'Ryan Reynolds (I)' , 'Mark Ruffalo' , 'Brad Pitt' , 'Michael Cera' , 'Hannah Telle' and 'Robert Pattinson' are among the other actors who also call Los Feliz home.
  • (December 2010) Filming her part of On the Road (2012) in San Francisco, California.
  • (July 2010) In Sweden, filming Melancholia (2011) .
  • (April 2008) Filming All Good Things (2010) , with 'Ryan Gosling' .
  • (June 2007) In London, filming How to Lose Friends & Alienate People (2008) , with 'Simon Pegg' and 'Megan Fox (I)' .
  • (May 2010) Filming Upside Down (2012/I) , with 'Jim Sturgess' in Montreal, Canada.
  • Has played twice doomed young members of royalty overthrown in violent revolutions: Anastasia and Marie Antoinette.
  • Her favorite actors are 'Meryl Streep' , 'Jodie Foster' , and 'Elijah Wood (I)' .
  • 'Susanne Bier' and 'Paul Thomas Anderson (I)' recommended her to 'Lars von Trier' for the role of Justine in Melancholia (2011) .
  • Never auditioned for Melancholia (2011) . Instead, she met with 'Lars von Trier' through Skype and they had a long discussion about movies and 'Charlotte Rampling' 's performance in Il portiere di notte (1974) . At the end of their conversation, Trier asked her if she wanted the part.
  • She played 'Bradley Pierce' 's sister in both Jumanji (1995) and The Siege at Ruby Ridge (1996) (TV) .
  • Attended The 74th Annual Academy Awards (2002) (TV) with her mother, and then The 77th Annual Academy Awards (2005) (TV) and The 79th Annual Academy Awards (2007) (TV) with her brother, 'Christian Dunst' .
  • She was the visual inspiration for the original illustrations of DC Comics' character Jillian "Cowgirl" Pearlman (created in 2005 after events of the comic "Rebirth"), for a time love interest of superhero Green Lantern/Hal Jordan. Dunst was 23 years old at the point. Therefore, Pearlman is off-panel after DC's relaunch in "The New 52" (2011).
  • Ever since her role in Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994) , leading man 'Tom Cruise' has sent her a coconut cake every year at Christmas which has become known as "The Cruise Cake" in the Dunst household.
Also look some video clip about Kirsten Dunst:
There is the list of movies, where Kirsten Dunst was taked part:
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1 2001 MTV Movie Awards movie 2001 MTV Movie Awards 2001 as Herself (Co-Host)
2 Gala Paramount Pictures Celebrates 90th Anniversary with 90 Stars for 90 Years movie Gala Paramount Pictures Celebrates 90th Anniversary with 90 Stars for 90 Years 2002 as Herself
3 Interview With the Vampire: In the Shadow of the Vampire movie Interview With the Vampire: In the Shadow of the Vampire 2001 as Herself/Claudia
4 Kikis Delivery Service: The Producers Perspective: Collaborating with Miyazaki movie Kikis Delivery Service: The Producers Perspective: Collaborating with Miyazaki 2010 as Herself
5 Making of Wimbledon: The Movie movie Making of Wimbledon: The Movie 2004 as Herself
6 Spider-Man: An MTV Movie Special movie Spider-Man: An MTV Movie Special 2002 as Herself
7 Spotlight on Location: The Making of Bring It On movie Spotlight on Location: The Making of Bring It On 2001 as Herself
8 The 74th Annual Academy Awards movie The 74th Annual Academy Awards 2002 as Herself - Presenter: Best Visual Effects
9 The 77th Annual Academy Awards movie The 77th Annual Academy Awards 2005 as Herself - Presenter: Best Film Editing
10 The Making of Marie Antoinette movie The Making of Marie Antoinette 2007 as Herself
11 Big Morning Buzz Live movie Big Morning Buzz Live 2011 as Herself - Guest
12 Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show movie Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2003 as Herself
13 Jeopardy! movie Jeopardy! 1984 as Herself - Celebrity Contestant
14 Late Show with David Letterman movie Late Show with David Letterman 1993 as Herself
15 Live with Regis and Kathie Lee movie Live with Regis and Kathie Lee 1988 as Herself
16 Star Trek: The Next Generation movie Star Trek: The Next Generation 1987 as Hedril
17 The Graham Norton Show movie The Graham Norton Show 2007 as Herself - Guest
18 The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst movie The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst 2015 as Herself
19 The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson movie The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson 2005 as Herself - Guest
20 The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn movie The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn 1999 as Herself - Guest
21 The Nostalgia Critic movie The Nostalgia Critic 2007 as Mary Jane Watson
22 The Oprah Winfrey Show movie The Oprah Winfrey Show 1986 as Herself - Guest
23 17th Annual Critics Choice Movie Awards movie 17th Annual Critics Choice Movie Awards 2012 as Herself
24 1995 MTV Movie Awards movie 1995 MTV Movie Awards 1995 as Herself
25 2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards movie 2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 2000 as Herself
26 2003 MTV Movie Awards movie 2003 MTV Movie Awards 2003 as Herself
27 2004 MTV Movie Awards movie 2004 MTV Movie Awards 2004 as Herself - Presenter
28 2016 Golden Globe Arrivals Special movie 2016 Golden Globe Arrivals Special 2016 as Herself
29 21st Annual Critics Choice Awards movie 21st Annual Critics Choice Awards 2016 as Herself
30 50 Cutest Child Stars: All Grown Up movie 50 Cutest Child Stars: All Grown Up 2005 as Herself
31 6th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards movie 6th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2000 as Herself
32 73rd Golden Globe Awards movie 73rd Golden Globe Awards 2016 as Herself - Nominee
33 A Look Inside Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind movie A Look Inside Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind 2004 as Herself
34 All Forgotten movie All Forgotten 2001 as Zinaida
35 All Good Things movie All Good Things 2010 as Katie Marks
36 All Good Things: Deleted Scenes movie All Good Things: Deleted Scenes 2012 as Katie Marks
37 All Good Things: Truth in Fiction movie All Good Things: Truth in Fiction 2012 as Katie Marks
38 AMC News Special: The Stories of Tribeca movie AMC News Special: The Stories of Tribeca 2010 as Herself
39 Anastasia movie Anastasia 1997 as Young Anastasia
40 Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues movie Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues 2013 as El Trousias Maiden of the Clouds
There is the list of interview of Kirsten Dunst:
  • "Time Out Chicago" (USA), 6 October 2011, Iss. 345, pg. 28, by: Ben Kenigsberg, "'Cruel? I never saw that from him.'"
  • "The Orange County Register" (USA), 10 December 2010, by: Barry Koltnow, "For Dunst It's All Good"
  • "The Independent Arts and Books Review" (UK), 4 November 2005, by: Stephen Applebaum, "Far from an ingénue"
  • "Paper" (Greece), 22 October 2005, Iss. 67, pg. 50,51, by: Ioanna Papageorgiou, "I aionia liakada enos katharou mialou"
  • "Vimalife" (Greece), 21 May 2005, Iss. 54, pg. 72, by: Katerina Frentzou, "To koritsi tou Spiderman"
  • "Hohto" (Finland), November 2004, Iss. 5, pg. 32-33, by: Tuukka Jantti, "Wimbledon elokuvan tähtipari Kirsten Dunst & Paul Bettany"
  • "Vimadonna" (Greece), 25 July 2004, Iss. 29, pg. 114-117, by: Yannis Zouboulakis, "Kalitera mamothrefti para celebrity"
  • "Gong" (Germany), July 2004, Iss. 28, pg. 6-7, by: Richard Pleuger, "Im Liebesnetz gefangen"
  • "The Independent Arts and Books Review" (UK), 28 May 2004, pg. 8-9, by: Chris Hewitt, "'Just growing up is complicated enough'"
  • "Widescreen" (Germany), 11 December 2002, Iss. 01/2003, pg. 79, by: Gary Cutlack, "Kirsten Dunst"
  • "Femme Fatales" (USA), July 2002, Vol. 11, Iss. 8, pg. 14-15, by: Edward Gross, "Spider-Man's Kirsten Dunst"
  • "Glamour" (UK), June 2002, Iss. 15, pg. 50-51+53+55-56+58, by: David A. Keeps, "Enter the BOMBSHELL"
  • "Maxim" (USA), September 2000, pg. 124-130, by: Michael Atkinson, "Dunst Deal"
There is the list of some articles of Kirsten Dunst:
  • "L'Avenir" (Belgium), 12 December 2014, Iss. # 289, pg. 19, by: anonymous, "Kirsten Dunst dans " Fargo ""
  • "The Washington Post" (USA), 13 November 2011, Vol. 134, Iss. 343, pg. EZ15, by: Jen Chaney, "Dunst: Getting older 'gets more exciting'"
  • "Asbury Park Press" (USA), 12 December 2010, Vol. 132, Iss. 30, pg. E2, by: Alex Biese, "Jersey Girls Make Good"
  • "De Botlek" (Netherlands), 9 April 2008, by: De Botlek, "Uitspraak van de week"
  • "TVFilm" (Netherlands), 6 January 2007, Iss. 1, pg. 6-7, by: Martine van der Klauw, "Altijd in voor een feestje"
  • "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), 13 October 2006, Vol. 1, Iss. 901, pg. 34-46, by: Kirschling, Gregory, ""Kirsten Dunst: Bohemian Rhapsody""
  • "Phosphore" (France), June 2006, Iss. # 300, pg. 20-22, by: Lebard, Joséphine, "La reine Kirsten"
  • "New York Post" (USA), 24 March 2006, by: Richard Johnson, "Page Six: Winona's Ride"
  • "USA Weekend" (USA), 7 October 2005, pg. 6-7, by: Frappa Stout, "No Longer The Girl Next Door"
  • "The New York Times" (USA), 12 September 2004, by: Margy Rochlin, "Kirsten Dunst Pretends to Be a Jock"
  • "Premiere" (USA), July 2004, Vol. 17, Iss. 10, pg. 70-76+131, by: Millea, Holly, ""Dreamweaver""
  • "The Daily Express" (UK), 24 March 2004, pg. 12, by: Jennifer Selway, "Why knitting is super cool (and we're not just spinning you a yarn)"
  • "Playboy" (USA), July 2002, Vol. 49, Iss. 7, pg. 24, by: staff, "Babe Of The Month"
  • "Femme Fatales" (USA), July 2002, Vol. 11, Iss. 8, pg. 14-15, by: Edward Gross, "Spider-Man's Kirsten Dunst: she's all grown up and making-out with spiders"
  • "Rolling Stone" (USA), 23 May 2002, Vol. 1, Iss. 896, pg. 62-69, by: David A. Keeps, "Kirsten Dunst Busts Out"
  • "Current Biography" (USA), October 2001, Vol. 62, Iss. 10, pg. 22-25, by: Josha Hill, "Dunst, Kirsten"
  • "Cinema" (Hungary), August 2001, Iss. 117, pg. 46-47, by: Roland Huschke, "Vámpír killer"
  • "Teen People" (USA), March 2001, pg. 132, by: Kirk Hawkins, "20 Teens who will Change the World; The Leading Lady"
  • "Teen" (USA), August 2000, pg. 64-67, by: Martine Bury, "Wild Night"
  • "Wicked" (USA), Spring 2000, pg. 18-20, by: Chandra Palermo, "Blonde ambition"
  • "TV Soap" (Australia), December 1999, pg. 54, by: Theo Kingma, "Drop Dead Gorgeous Girls"
  • "Max" (Hungary), November 1999, Iss. 23, pg. 14-15, by: Barbara Tóth, "Kirsten Dunst: a szerencse lánya"
  • "Jump" (USA), August 1999, Vol. 2, Iss. 8, pg. 94-95, by: Malissa Thompson, "Well Dunst"
  • "In Style" (USA), April 1999, Vol. 6, Iss. 4, pg. 322-326, by: Amanda Rudolph, "jammin' with the A-teen"
  • "Starlog" (USA), September 1998, Vol. 1, Iss. 254, pg. 48-49, by: Ian Spelling, "Living Doll"
  • "Movieline" (USA), June 1998, Vol. 9, Iss. 9, pg. 18, by: Joshua Mooney, "Thirsty For More"
There is the list of some printed articles of Kirsten Caroline Dunst:
  • "Aldi" (Netherlands), 18 June 2012, "Spider-Man 1t/m3 DVD"
  • "Celebrity Skin" (USA), 2012, Iss. 11, pg. 9, by: n/a, "Fresh Flesh: KIrsten Dunst"
  • "Celebrity Skin" (USA), 2011, Iss. 7, pg. 16, by: Editor, "Fresh Flesh: Kirsten Dunst"
  • "Veronica" (Netherlands), 14 February 2009, Iss. 7, by: Brunopress, "Startrax"
  • "De Botlek" (Netherlands), 9 April 2008, "Flits4Kids"
  • "De Botlek" (Netherlands), 9 April 2008, "Uitspraak van de week"
  • "Veronica" (Netherlands), 1 March 2008, Iss. 9, "startrax"
  • "Playboy" (USA), December 2007, Vol. 54, Iss. 12, pg. 96, by: Stephen Rebello, "Sex in Cinema 2007"
  • "Playboy" (USA), December 2005, Vol. 52, Iss. 12, pg. 93, by: Stephen Rebello, "Sex in Cinema 2005"
  • "Playboy" (USA), May 2005, Vol. 52, Iss. 5, pg. 160, by: n/a, "Grapevine: Finding Netherlands"
  • "Playboy" (USA), March 2005, Vol. 52, Iss. 3, pg. 81, by: staff, "Playboy's 25 Sexiest Celebrities"
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 2005, Iss. 39, pg. 60-63, by: staff, "Epic Proportions: Spider-Man Kirsten Dunst"
  • "Celebrity Skin" (USA), October 2004, Vol. 28, Iss. 133, pg. 22, by: staff, "Young, Hot & Nude: Kirsten Dunst"
  • "Celebrity Skin" (USA), September 2004, Iss. 132, pg. 84, by: staff, "Top 100 Sexiest Stars #32: Kirsten Dunst"
  • "Celebrity Skin" (USA), April 2004, Vol. 28, Iss. 127, pg. 70, by: staff, "Cheerleading Chicks: Kirsten Dunst"
  • "Celebrity Skin" (USA), December 2003, Vol. 27, Iss. 123, pg. 34, by: staff, "From School Girls to Sex Symbols: Kirsten Dunst"
  • "FHM" (UK), July 2002, Iss. 151, pg. 156-158+160-162, by: Marc Baptiste, "Pool Party"
  • "Teen People " (Canada), February 2002, pg. 33
  • "Maxim" (USA), May 2001, Iss. Special, pg. 29, by: Steve Shaw, "Maxim Hot 100 2001: # 2"
  • "Maxim" (USA), September 2000, pg. 124-130, by: Photos by Antoine Verglas, "Dunst Deal"
  • "Vogue" (USA), June 2000, pg. 250, by: Photos : Steven Meisel, "Short Cuts"
  • "Cinema" (Hungary), June 2000, Iss. 43, pg. 14, by: Bert Büllmann, "Angyal és vampirette"
  • "US Weekly" (USA), 24 April 2000, Iss. 271, pg. 74-77, by: Todd Oldham, "Spring Fashion"
  • "Vanity Fair" (UK), April 2000, Vol. 1, Iss. 476, pg. 139, by: Krista Smith, "Vanities"
  • "US" (USA), July 1999, Iss. 258, pg. 64, by: Tom Conroy, "The Bod Squad: Kirsten Dunst"
  • "People Weekly" (USA), 8 May 1995, Vol. 43, Iss. 18, pg. 138, by: David Peterson, "The 50 Most Beautiful People in the World"
The image of Kirsten Caroline Dunst was on the covers of these magazines:
  • "Vs" (USA), September 2011, Iss. Fall/Winter
  • "C California Style Magazine" (USA), January 2010
  • "Allure" (USA), December 2009
  • "TV direkt" (Germany), July 2007, Iss. 14
  • "TVFilm" (Netherlands), 6 January 2007, Iss. 1
  • "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), 13 October 2006, Vol. 1, Iss. 901
  • "Première" (France), June 2006, Iss. # 352
  • "In Style" (USA), November 2005
  • "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), 7 October 2005, Vol. 1, Iss. 843
  • "USA Weekend" (USA), 7 October 2005
  • "Preview" (Netherlands), October 2004, Vol. 18, Iss. 8
  • "Televizier" (Netherlands), 10 July 2004, Iss. 28
  • "TV Movie" (Germany), 10 July 2004, Iss. 15/2004
  • "TV Guide" (USA), July 2004, Vol. 17, Iss. 10
  • "Gong" (Germany), July 2004, Iss. 28
  • "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), 30 April 2004, Iss. 762/763
  • "Vanity Fair" (USA) March 2004
  • "Cosmo Girl" (Netherlands), 1 January 2004, Iss. 1
  • "Celebrity Skin" (USA), December 2003, Vol. 27, Iss. 123
  • "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), 14 October 2003, Vol. 1, Iss. 737
  • "Glamour " (UK), June 2002, Iss. 15
  • "Seventeen" (USA), June 2002, Vol. 61, Iss. 6
  • "Rolling Stone" (USA), 23 May 2002, Iss. 896
  • "Sexy Young Women of Today" (Australia), May 2002
  • "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), 26 April 2002, Vol. 1, Iss. 650
  • "Vanity fair" (USA), April 2002
  • "Nylon" (USA), November 2001
  • "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), 29 June 2001, Vol. 1, Iss. 602
  • "Detour" (USA), June 2001
  • "Cosmopolitan" (USA), April 2001
  • "Seventeen" (USA), March 2001
  • "Teen People" (USA), March 2001
  • "Mademoiselle" (USA), February 2001
  • "Seventeen" (USA), December 2000
  • "Teen Vogue " (USA), October 2000
  • "Interview" (USA), October 2000
  • "Jump" (USA), September 2000
  • "Maxim" (USA), September 2000
  • "Teen Tribute" (Canada), September 2000
  • "Ocean Drive" (USA), September 2000
  • "American Cheerleader" (USA), August 2000
  • "Teen" (USA), August 2000
  • "Interview" (USA), June 2000
  • "Teen Style" (USA), June 2000
  • "Femme Fatales" (USA), April 2000
  • "Sky" (UK), April 2000
  • "Seventeen" (USA), January 2000
  • "Gear" (USA), December 1999
  • "Venice" (USA), August 1999
  • "Jump" (USA), August 1999, Vol. 2, Iss. 8
  • "Seventeen" (USA), April 1999
  • "Twist" (USA), June 1998, Vol. 2, Iss. 6
  • "Io Donna" (Italy), 1996
  • "Premiere" (USA), November 1994
There is the list of some quotes of Kirsten Dunst:
  • I'd like to grow up and be beautiful. I know it doesn't matter, but it doesn't hurt.
  • Boys frustrate me. I hate all their indirect messages, I hate game playing. Do you like me or don't you? Just tell me so I can get over you.
  • Why would I cry over a boy? I would never waste my tears on a boy. Why waste your tears on someone who makes you cry?
  • On turning down the role of Angela in American Beauty (1999) : "When I read it, I was 15 and I don't think I was mature enough to understand the script's material. I didn't want to be kissing 'Kevin Spacey' . Come on! Lying there naked with rose petals?".
  • "My cat, because he's fun to play with, he'd entertain me, and I could eat him if I was really hungry." (on what her luxury item would be on survivor)
  • I'm never going to say anything about who I'm dating unless I'm married or engaged. - 2002.
  • I run the treadmill whenever I can do it with weights. (when asked how she stays in shape) - 2002.
  • So many teen films are overproduced and people are going to burnout on the subject.
  • I think vegetarians - for a lot of them - it's about a lack of commitment to life and relationships. There are some who just like the fact that they're controlling something in their life.
  • And in the next film they've got to bring in another female character. Just give me the acting; she can do all the falling and fighting.
  • (on money) I think one of my credit cards is corporate for my company, Wooden Spoons Productions. I don't know; my financial adviser does that. I don't handle that shit.
  • "I want to go on "Crossing Over with John Edward" (1999) . I'd like to be regressed to find out about my past lives".
  • (On Spider-Man (2002) )"I really wanted the role because I knew it would give my career a boost, especially in foreign markets where I don't feel I'm that well known".
  • "The Virgin Suicides (1999) showed I could nail a very difficult character, while Bring It On (2000) brought a great deal of joy to young girls. These are the beautiful rewards of being an actress".
  • On every film I do, whenever there are other girls my age, I think it's definitely up to me to set the pace. That's because I've had a lot of experience and I think there's always a certain amount of professionalism that should be maintained.
  • (On Bring It On (2000) ): We're breaking boundaries. And we're not doing the same old little cliché of, "Oh, cheerleaders are dumb, so let's make fun of them".
  • What actor do you really take seriously who becomes a singer? It's kind of ridiculous. I can't think of anybody.
  • It would actually be really interesting if Spider-Man died. Why doesn't the superhero ever die? I think if Mary Jane was alone, pregnant and he died, she could give birth to a spider baby and carry on the series with another young boy or something like that. - July 2004.
  • (On kissing 'Brad Pitt' in Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994) ): "It was horrible, I hated it. Brad and Tom were like my big brothers on the set, so it was like kissing your big brother - totally gross."
  • "You know that feeling when you wake up in the morning and you're excited for the day? That's one of my main goals in life." quoted in Womans World (1-24-06)
  • I don't try to be sexy, but if you are sexy it comes out. If you're not, you're not.
  • On Marie Antoinette (2006) : "It's kind of like a history of feelings rather than a history of facts. So don't expect a masterpiece theatre, educational Marie Antoinette biopic".
  • I like people more undone than made up. 'Patricia Arquette' is the ultimate. She's not anorexic or perfectly tan, she's not trying to be anything but what she is, and that's the most sexy thing.
  • On Melancholia (2011) : I definitely destroyed everyone else's lives for the first half of the movie.
  • J'ai un style assez français.
  • [2004] I auditioned for The Secret Garden (1993) . When I didn't get that, I was sobbing on the floor. When other people want something for you so badly and you're young, you want it so badly too. I was crying because you feel like you've let your mom down. It's really messed up, when you think about it.
  • [2007] It's not a natural way to grow up, and acting was never a dream for me because it had always been a part of me. It was the only thing I knew. It was just my life. For a while, there was a time when I had a lot of anger towards my mother because of what she did to me. Now, I understand what kind of woman she is: she always had the best intentions.
  • [2007] I've finally embraced my history, which I've never done before, because it was marked by pain. I'd never put any daughter of mine through acting because, while I loved acting and was happy working as a child, looking back, my happiness always came from pleasing other people, always. It came from satisfying the director or my mom or my acting coach, not from pleasing myself. My mother told me that when I was born, she just knew that I was destined to be an actress.
  • [2004] I was just playing and having fun. I was making my mom happy. When a kid makes other people happy, you think it's love. Everything is so great. I liked performing for people. Probably, it's not really good that a young kid likes performing for everybody. They just want love and attention somewhere. It's kind of weird.
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