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Kirsten Dunst: Who'll Have Kids With Me? | Kirsten Dunst

Kirsten Dunst: Who'll Have Kids With Me?

Originally posted 12/03/2011 11:55AM

As she prepares to turn 30 in April, Kirsten Dunst faces a dilemma: She's ready to have kids, but she worries that guys her age might not be.

"I thought when I reached 30 I'd have a lot more figured out," the actress says in the January issue of Lucky magazine. "Until you have a kid, you're just looking for your partner. And guys have a Peter Pan vibe. They're 35, and they act like they're 25."

She admits: "That's what scares me about being in my 30s: not finding someone to have kids with."

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Kirsten Dunst Becomes a German Citizen | Kirsten Dunst

Kirsten Dunst Becomes a German Citizen

Originally posted 10/08/2011 08:00AM

Kirsten Dunst is going global.

The actress, 29, shares her German roots with the German tabloid B.Z., revealing that she now has German citizenship – in addition to her U.S. citizenship.

"I'm now a real international lady," she says,"one who can film in Europe without a problem."

Dunst's dream? "It would be the greatest joy for me to act in a German film," she says.

Dunst, who stars in Melancholia, the new film by Danish director Lars von Trier, added that she even speaks German – though "at a child's level." (Her father is German and her mother Swedish.)

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Kirsten Dunst: Never Having Depression Is 'Weird' | Kirsten Dunst

Kirsten Dunst: Never Having Depression Is 'Weird'

Originally posted 09/24/2011 09:45AM

Kirsten Dunst's experience with depression is far behind her, but the actress remains open about a period when she was "struggling" with the condition.

"People are embarrassed to talk about it," Dunst, 29, tells Flare magazine. "I would never put anyone down [who] was in that kind of space."

In fact, Dunst believes experiencing the mood disorder is perfectly normal.

"I think most human beings go through some sort of depression in their life," she says. "And if they don't, I think that's weird."


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Inside Catherine Zeta-Jones & Michael Douglas's Festive Family Dinner | Catherine Zeta-Jones, Michael Douglas

Inside Catherine Zeta-Jones & Michael Douglas's Festive Family Dinner

Originally posted 06/08/2011 06:00AM

Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas headed out for a family dinner at SD26 in N.Y.C. with daughter Carys, 8, son Dylan, 10, – and two family friends. The whole group settled in for the meal, and the kids were very well-behaved, a source says. After the Italian meal, which included a cheese and meat course as well as salads and entrees, Dylan got up to explore the open kitchen and greet the chefs.

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Inside Catherine Zeta-Jones & Michael Douglas's Festive Family Dinner | Catherine Zeta-Jones, Michael Douglas

Caught in the Act!

Originally posted 06/08/2011 06:00AM

• Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas headed out for a family dinner at SD26 in N.Y.C. with daughter Carys, 8, son Dylan, 10, – and two family friends. The whole group settled in for the meal, and the kids were very well-behaved, a source says. After the Italian meal, which included a cheese and meat course as well as salads and entrees, Dylan got up to explore the open kitchen and greet the chefs.

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Brad Pitt's Movie Wins Top Prize in Cannes | Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt's Movie Wins Top Prize in Cannes

Originally posted 05/22/2011 02:30PM

As the 64th Cannes Film Festival came to a close Sunday, its jury awarded the top prize to a movie that split the critics: director Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life, starring Brad Pitt and Sean Penn.

Jury president Robert De Niro made the announcement, while the reclusive Malick was not in the French town to accept his Palme d'Or (Golden Palm).

Other winners Sunday evening included Kirsten Dunst as best actress for controversial director Lars Von Trier's Melancholia. Earlier this week, the Danish filmmaker had been banned from the festival for rambling remarks he made at a press conference about how he sympathized with Hitler.

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Kirsten Dunst Toasts a Friend's Birthday in Vegas | Kirsten Dunst

Kirsten Dunst Toasts a Friend's Birthday in Vegas

Originally posted 10/15/2008 11:00AM

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Kirsten Dunst Gets Lunch and Sunshine in L.A. | Kirsten Dunst

Kirsten Dunst Gets Lunch and Sunshine in L.A.

Originally posted 01/18/2008 03:00PM

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