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Originally posted 01/25/2012 06:00AM
They're going public!
Kirsten Dunst wasn't shy with the PDA with new beau Garrett Hedlund at the Sundance Film Festival. The two were kissing and hugging at a dinner for Dunst's new movie, The Bachelorette, hosted by Joico and Simple House. The couple danced the night away with friends and fellow attendees, including Will Ferrell, who is one of the comedy's producers, Justin Long and Rashida Jones.
According to a partygoer at the WireImage tent, where the intimate dinner for 40 guests took place, Hedlund didn't really leave his girlfriend's side after the two made their late arrival. They also toasted to the film together.
Adds a source: "Kirsten and Garrett have been spending time together since the holidays. They were friends on the set of On the Road, and now they've grown closer. They spent Christmas together and he feels very strongly about her."
– Jennifer Garcia and Dahvi Shira
Originally posted 01/24/2012 02:00PM
Nominations are out for the 84th Academy Awards. Here is PEOPLE Magazine critic Alynda Wheat's take on what went down at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Hugo?! Fine, Hugo.
Leading the pack with 11 nominations is Martin Scorsese's kids movie that's not actually for kids. I confess that I still don't get it. Technically, Hugo is a triumph (you'll notice that the vast majority of its nominations are for technical awards), and Scorsese's nod for Best Director is certainly justified. But as a movie-going experience I still think it's remarkably cold (lectures about film history don't really move me). For my money, it's still a race between the French silent film The Artist and The Descendants, starring George Clooney, who did get nominated and Shailene Woodley, who missed the cut. Which brings me to my next point:
Snubs? What snubs?
Okay, sure, Golden Globe nominee Woodley might be a tad disappointed, as might Albert Brooks (Drive), Michael Fassbender (Shame), Tilda Swinton (We Need to Talk About Kevin) and even Steven Spielberg, whose amazing animated The Adventures of Tintin didn't rate a Best Animated Film nod, and who wasn't on the Best Directors list, in spite of the fact that his War Horse is a Best Picture nominee. But are these omissions actually snubs? Not really.
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."
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.)
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."
Originally posted 06/08/2011 06:00AM
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.
Originally posted 10/15/2008 11:00AM
Originally posted 01/18/2008 03:00PM
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