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Lars Von Trier [x] Kirsten Dunst ~ Melancholia

Auteur Lars Von Trier ~ Antichrist and Dancer In The Dark ~ serves up a new film ~ Melancholia ~ with actress Kirsten Dunst as Justine ~ a woman suffering from an extreme case of clinical depression ~ celebrates her marriage with a extravagant reception that is marred bickering family members, leaving the bride feeling withdrawn. The following morning Justine notices a planet ~ with no orbit of its own ~ hurtling toward Earth. And as the newlyweds are helpless against Justine’s depression ruining their marriage, the entire wedding party can do nothing but freak out and watch as the world comes to an end. Enjoy Melancholia trailer ~

Melancholia hits US theaters on Friday, November 11 and Video-On-Demand on Friday, October 7.

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Kirsten Dunst Humps Harper’s Bazaar

Kirsten Dunst graces the cover and pages of Harper’s Bazaar October 2008 issue to promote her new film – How to Lose Friends and Alienate People. It’s directed by Robert B. Weide and adapted by screenwriter Peter Straughan from Toby Young’s novel.

In the film, actor Simon Pegg’s Sidney Young is a smalltime, bumbling, British celebrity journalist who is hired by an upscale magazine in New York City. In spectacular fashion, Sidney enters high society and burns bridges with bosses, peers and superstars.

On Acting: When you spend your entire life as a child actress, being told where to go and where to stand, you’re performing constantly for people. It definitely breeds the kind of person who’s dependent on other people’s approval. If I’d trusted myself and listened to myself all the times that I ignored myself, I would have been fine. But everyone has to learn their lesson, and now I’ve got it.

On Seeking Treatment For depression @ Utah’s Cirque Lodge: I don’t want to go into too much detail because I give a quote and then it’s blogged about for the rest of my life on the Internet. But she does say, I’m great.

On Her Future Plans: I can’t wait to have kids one day. I want to have kids and a farm with lots of animals on a lake.

Harper’s Bazaar hits newsstands on Tuesday, September 23. How to Lose Friends and Alienate People opens in theater on Friday, October 3.

Ryan Gosling’s Blue Valentine & All Good Things

Ryan Gosling wraps Andrew Jarecki’s $20 million All Good Things on location Stamford, Connecticut and New York City, New York on June 20, and then tackles director Derek Cianfrance’s Blue Valentine with co-star Michelle Williams.


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Synopsis of All Good Things: The scion of a New York real estate dynasty falls for a beautiful girl from the wrong side of the tracks. When she disappears, a down-and-out detective tries to find out the truth.

Synopsis of Blue Valentine: A couple examines their marriage on their tenth wedding anniversary. It’s based on the short film Lately There Have Been Many Misunderstandings in the Zimmerman Home written and directed by Derek Cianfrance.

Gosling is repped by Ilene Feldman and David Lillard @ IFA Talent Agency.

Kirsten Dunst Enters Cirque Lodge

How to Lose Friends & Alienate People star Kirsten Dunst has enter Cirque Lodge (rehab facility) in Utah for unnamed substance abuse. Good luck to her.


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Kirsten Dunst Designs Lutz & Patmos

American actress Kirsten Dunst designed a tunic sweater as a guest designer for Tina Lutz & Marcia Patmos’ clothing company.


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Kirsten Dunst Humps Miu Miu

Kirsten Dunst’s collaboration with photogs Marcus Piggott and Mert Alas for Miuccia Prada’s Miu Miu ads are out. Miu Miu will open flagships stores in New York and Beverly Hills.

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Kirsten Dunst & Miu Miu (Miuccia Prada)

Photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott shot Kirsten Dunst for the Miuccia Prada’s fashion line last week in Los Angeles. Kirsten Dunst will be the new face for the Miu Miu campaign.

Next year, Miu Miu will open flagships stores in New York and Beverly Hills. Selma Blair, Kim Basinger, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Lindsay Lohan were the faces of past campaigns.


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