Kirsten Dunst

06/15/2004 at 04:00 PM EDT

Kirsten Dunst
Dunst says fame has forced her to be more careful. "I just have to be more conscious of security and I don't think it's something that I've grown up with," she says.
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Dunst says she's not afraid to trade career advice with actor-boyfriend Jake Gyllenhaal. "He's my best friend, so of course I'm going to ask him his opinion about everything," she says.

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So what's the next film you're working on?
I'm doing this movie with Cameron Crowe next, called Elizabethtown. It's going really great.

What's it about?
It's a hard movie to talk about because we just started, and Cameron's very private, and I just know that to respect him I'm not really going to talk about it yet.

Okay, is it a drama or comedy?
It's not a drama. It's not a romantic comedy. It's just life, kind of. I don't know how to really say it, but you know Cameron's movies. It's like Say Anything, it's just more about people.

What about your dream directors: Have you talked with director Pedro Almodóvar about doing a movie with him?
No, I haven't. But I'd love to work with him.

It's been reported that you'd be willing to do nude scenes.
For him? Yeah, I would. He would be so tasteful. I just love Talk to Her, and I just thought it was beautiful.

Back to Spider-Man. You're signed on to play Mary Jane through the third movie. Do you think you'd like to keep going after that?
Three's enough. I think, don't wear out a good thing too much.

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