Kirsten Dunst Breaks Down Her Career, from 'Jumanji' to 'Spider-Man' | Vanity Fair

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  • She’s not given enough credit, so many amazing iconic movies .

    • TIL she's only turning 40 this year

    • @JLR dont forget drop dead gorgeous! that was such a good movie!

    • Yeah

    • @Miguel Vlogss wow best compliment ever

    • Interview with a Vampire, Small Soldiers, Jumanji, Little Women, Virgin Suicides, Fifteen and Pregnant, Bring it On, Spiderman Triology, Monalisa Smile, Marie Antoniette, Eternal Sunshine, Melancholia, Power of the Dog

  • This was unexpectedly uplifting. She seems so chill compared to her notable screen presence. It's a nice contrast.

    • Shes talented 👍

    • Thats actual artistic talent for you

  • I love how Kristen is aging. She hasn't done anything crazy, she still looks like her stunning self. I freaking love her.

    • @Luca I am only 37 and that's me in the profile pic, I do NOT look nearly this old. I thought she was in her 60s. She seems like someone who has been on Steroids for an illness, I hope she is ok:/

    • @Luca She literally looks her age! Like omg! The same people that’s talking about how “old” she looks would be the same people to have something to say if she went out and got a bunch of Botoxes, nose jobs, lip fillers, to stay “young.” Like wtf! You do realize you’re going to age just like her, it’s the circle of life🙄🤦🏾‍♀️

    • @J̅o̅h̅n̅n̅y̅ F̅a̅v̅o̅r̅i̅t̅e̅ well, thats not enought time to reverse damage.

    • yeah, im her age and I havent done anything and I don't look like a puffy mess. She doesn't look right.

    • She looks like she aged a little...! But still looks good ofcourse

  • She and Natalie Portman always seem to strike me as the most grounded child to adult actresses.

  • Loved what she said about Sofia Coppola essentially changing her life by letting her know that's she's a beautiful human being. Goes to show how much kindness and care can impact other people's lives, I think oftentimes without the other person knowing.

  • And YET this woman has no Emmy, no Golden Globe and no Oscar. Ridiculous! She is so incredibly talented.

    • Should had won Best Actress for "Midnight Special" (2016).

    • @Rose Totally agree.

    • She is definitely a great actress and made many movies but it takes more to get an Oscar she didn’t have that breaking part yet

    • Maybe it's because she didn't effed with Harvey Weinstein 😬

    • I honestly think it's because every role she's played has been iconic. It's like with Leonardo DiCaprio... on the one hand you don't want to award them because you don't want them to peak in that moment and on the other hand they have both been privileged enough to have such diverse acting careers that it's like only a cherry on top of an already delectable cake lol

  • I still watch Marie Antoinette and still find it intriguing and oddly seductive. There's something unusual about it that makes it like no other film in memory. It has a strange magic. It's a great film and its stature has only grown over time. And Dunst was genuinely beautiful in it. That film is going to be around for a long time and will likely become a classic.

    • @Caitlin Yes indeed, gorgeous stuff - both the contemporary and the Baroque pieces (particularly the bits of opera performances). Great synthesis of profoundly disparate periods and styles - which makes you ask: what do they share in common? I've a feeling Sofia Coppola gave a lot of thought to this.

    • That movie had a great soundtrack, too

    • I am so fascinated with her Marie character 😍 💕

    • My favorite!

    • The 1938 version with a Oscar nominated performance by Norma Shearer is a great classic. Shearer perfectly and beautifully captured the title character with grandness, elegance and pathos.

  • I can watch Marie Antoinette over and over and never get bored of it. The music, the costumes, the acting, everything about it is just beautifully done.

    • Same. Love Melody of a Fallen Tree.

    • YES! I never get sick of it. I'm a makeup artist and that movie REALLY inspires me every time

    • @Garsons2059 Oh wow thanks for letting me know. I had no idea about that one. Definitely will check it out.

    • Its a shame really that the 1938 Marie Antoinette with the divine Norma Shearer is overlooked in favor of the 2006 version. Its just brimming with wonderful performances especially by the beautiful Shearer who was nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress (not the case for Dunst). Then there are also the lavish costumes and impressive sets. They don't call it Classic Hollywood for nothing.

    • Right? It was an amazing movie. I am a sucker for Marie Antoinette and have always been fascinated by her.

  • She literally has no bad movie. Every single one was iconic

  • She’s so humbled and gives so much credit to others. She’s such a great talent and I’ll always remember being 10 years old gushing over her in bring it on 😆

  • For someone who literally grew up acting in Hollywood, I’m actually surprised she’s still so humble and down-to-earth and not ruined like other child actors

    • Yea she hasn't let herself go or done drugs or anything like she never got in trouble I think she's used to Hollywood cause she grew up in it and doesn't let it get to her. Hollywood can be a tough life for some actors it just gets to then sometimes.

    • @Al awww. happy to hear the first part (2nd part feels almost inevitable, sucks tho, and same).

    • @Trinidad510 Bro, the original person who said "Fat Damon" Was being sarcastic. No, Matt Damon is not fat now.

  • I met Kirsten Dunst briefly on the set of the first Spider-man film - she was so kind and down to earth. She remains one of my favorites for her talent, authenticity, and beauty.

  • She has such a REAL vibe to her. I love how down to earth she is. seems like someone u wanna hang out with

  • Let's all not forget her voice acting in Kiki's delivery service!! 😻

  • Sad they skipped over Drop Dead Gorgeous, probably my favorite movie of all time! Kirsten will always hold a special place in my heart as a 90s kid. Love her so much.

  • Melancholia is the best representation of depression on film I've ever seen, and Kirsten is absolutely phenomenal in that role.

  • "Director-driven" -- that's why I'll see anything she's in. I know she doesn't sign up unless the whole production is going to be amazing. She's really been in so many iconic movies growing up -- especially Little Women, Virgin Suicides and Marie Antoinette. Excited to see what she's doing next.

  • This woman is a national treasure and such an icon! The Virgin Suicides… Little Women and she wore Sophia Coppola’s dress to her Prom! Jumanji, Fargo come on! LOVE HER! 🥰♥️♥️♥️

    • @THOMASIN yes and johnny Depp is proof

    • @BrazilianSamurai do you really believe that? XD

    • @john dough She can't be all that nice if she's abusive.

    • I think Amber Heard will be the next Kristen Dunst. Amber Heard seems like such a nice person too

  • Great actress totally underrated. I remember her mostly for her role in “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” (2004). I hope she she gets the credit she deserves 🤩

  • The Spider-Man kiss is without a doubt one of the very best, original kisses in cinematic history. Certainly iconic! 💋 🕷 ☔️

    • @Romaris Rogers 🤣

    • @Mighty to the Max maybe because she cheated like 4 times haha

    • LOL

    • That kiss should never be replaced. It should never be replaced with Gwen Stacy especially.

    • I loved spiderman as a child because of this movie and when I found out it wasn’t like the comics I just didn’t like it anymore. The atmosphere is so good even Nickelback’s song’s amazing

  • Not even covering drop dead gorgeous… arguably one of the most brilliant films ever made.

  • I love how she’s changed so much since the original Spider-Man movies, and Tobey’s basically just grown a beard.

    • @Reckless Notion you beat me to it 😠😠

    • @J Cloud i think I missed the part where that's my problem

    • @Shelton Dmello leave him alone or I'm gonna put some dirt in your eyes

    • @J Cloud gonna cry?

    • And became the most infamous bully on the web, Bully Maguire lol

  • Had always admired her acting, and then that scene in Mona Lisa Smile where she had her come-apart about her life ... goosebumps.

  • I’ve helped Kirsten before in a luxury shop. She was super nice & low key. I respect her and her talent, which is so clear.

  • I grew up with her, so much nostalgia. She's acted with iconic actors, like Robin Williams, Brad Pit, Tom Cruise, Susan Surandon, Winona, Christian Bale, and the list goes on! Her roles have been so amazing, Meloncholia was amazing and Bring it On was a teen favorite of mine. She's so fortunate. I just wish I saw more of her now!

    • She really really needs to get her teeth fixed . It's not like she doesn't have the freaking money smh !

    • Ur one of her neighbor?

    • @Hugh Campered facts

    • @YooToobgurl86 Personally for me i think anything between 1940ish-2000s were interesting whether good or not, as most things were originals And everything seen was new or unexpected?

    • @Tempest Shadow We know na

  • I simply love Kirsten Dunst. She was really great in Melancholia and Fargo.

  • it's crazy how many iconic movies she has in her resume and still people sleep on her

  • Shes too good for all the awards shows honestly. Shes such a gentle person who has been in so many iconic movies.

  • She' definetly my favorite actress of all time. My favorite movie is probably Marie Antoinette, she did an AMAZING job on it. And honestly, she always does an amazing job on anything. She deserves more attention, no emmy? No oscar?? Is this a joke???

  • Honestly one of the most underrated actresses of our generation. Glad she’s getting her flowers ❤️

    • @Watch Or Not Horror Whew! I was worried that I'd never read the word 'underrated' ever again but luckily I saw the top post.

    • @Watch Or Not Horror and she’s still underrated tf….

    • Always someone with the “underrated” comment about someone who has been working in the industry for over 20 years. 🥴

    • @John Jandohyeah but she’s said that a lot in earlier interviews. I wish I could reference atm

    • @Afotey Odai Really? She didn't seem to allude to that in this video.

  • Not meaning to undermine her wonderful career and acting prowess, but her hair deserves utmost appreciation.

  • Im impressed by how i feel like she's been there my whole life... Im actually tearing up a little... Such a wonderful carrer... Thanks Kirsten...

    • right? as she was going through Jumanji, Virgin Suicides, Bring It On, Little Women, Spiderman I was just like "oh my god I've been watching this woman's movies my whole life."

  • I have been lucky enough to meet her and I can confirm that she is as lovely, down to earth and sweet in real life as she comes across in interviews. 🤟🏻🤟🏻

  • She will always be my MJ, no one else can replace her 😂

  • I feel like Kirsten dunst is the most known unknown actress of all time

    • @Micky not really.In the Virgin Suicides she was the main one

    • The Rob Thomas of film

    • That’s because she never had a main role in her whole career

    • Maybe if you are young… she is super well known to many

    • For me her role in bring it on makes her iconic

  • Where a second, this woman has been in so many iconic movies! She totally under rated

  • she had so many roles in so many different movies i grew up with. i didn’t even realize until now.

  • I wish they would release an extended version, would love to hear them talk about all the movies on the timeline, not just the highlights

  • I'm so glad to see her doing well, not on drugs or depressed outta her mind! Kirsten Dunst has always been one of my favs! Overlooked for sure!

  • She's so Iconic. She is the essence of the late 90's early 2000's.

    • That’s funny bc I literally just wrote the same thing! Haha

  • One of the all-time greats. Comedy, drama, every human emotion, no problem for K. Dunst.

  • Marie Antoinette is my favorite movie. I’ve watched it hundreds of times. Love Kirsten! She helped me survive middle school and high school and gave me permission to be me when the world told me otherwise. Hope Kirsten knows she is a big sister to so many people!

    • @J. L. that would be amazing!

    • Mine too. I lost count. I never get tired of it. Would love a 4K release with a bunch of behind the scenes!!

  • I remember watching interview with the vampire as a child and absolutely loving the film and her role as the immortal child. It really inspired me and made me want to become an actor as well

  • I love her in so many things but her role in Fargo is one of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen on TV.

  • How is nobody talking about the fact that Kirsten uses dreams to help her formulate characters? That's wild, and I love it.

    • How does she use dreams?

    • @shannon Bear :) I know I am

    • @john dough you seem fun at parties

    • dreams as in sleep or lifetime goal

    • It’s brilliant and creative if you ask me. Especially for an actress.

  • Excellent actress. Deserves more credit. Clear has an eye for quality and has talent.

  • Kirsten as Claudia was absolutely terrifying. She was so good!

  • She has had an amazing career! Give her the Oscar!

  • I love her, along with Nicole Kidman, something ‘bout them that really connects you with the film, feels like genuine actresses, they vanish in the character in a smooth way. Also Melancholia is insanely good

  • She has such a passion for this industry and what she does and although she’s such a big name, I still feel like she’s so underrated! Where’s her Oscar !

    • @Escape It is.

    • @germ oh I thought Grammys was for music and Oscars was for acting

    • @Escape it's for a song not actually acting

    • @Bry Christian if you say so.. Lol

    • @lil_xomi he’s not a bad actor but he’s certainly not more talented than her.

  • I recently watched Power of the Dog. Absolutely incredible film. Breathtaking scenery and acting by Kirsten Dunst and Benedict Cumberbatch

  • Kirsten is a very courageous actress, she always chose the films best for her talents. I forgot about her early movies, they were great picks too!

  • She seems wonderfully down to earth and unaffected.

  • I love when celebrities age naturally. She is so classy and so smart and talented. Great actress.

  • I really enjoyed her authentic performance in lucky town. She portrays the teenager much more mature than many adults so well.

  • Her best performance for me was “All good things” she was fantastic in that x

  • What an amazing career for such an amazing actress! Loved this video!

  • I saw the virgin suicides at a young age on tv and it was so impactful to me. Still one of the best movies imo or maybe the morbidity of it is just something I painfully enjoy

  • I loved what she said about Sophia giving her confidence to maneuver Hollywood and her vision of herself. Especially in a male-dominated industry, I think it really demonstrates the power women can have in each others lives. Beautiful.

    • @Matxalen C Not talking about "male problem" worsens it. Don't be afraid to ruffle feathers. Harvey Wainstain is example of problem in our society and industry.

    • @Molasor Rosalom Truth hurts😋

    • @Matxalen C yes! Thank you! And Jenny’s comment too 🙌🏼 My comment was about women supporting women, not about hating men. I dont hate men. Im glad you both get it😊

    • @Matxalen C look at what it says next to how old it is to get a hint

    • I don't know why everyone's bitching - you're right! As a woman or girl, having great relationships with other women, especially older ones, adds a lot of enrichment to your life. There should be absolutely no problem with saying that 'cause the same applies to boys and men. Also, Hollywood is male-dominated! We know that, and there should be know problem of saying that either.

  • Love seeing her talk about her movies, she's a talented great actor. I absolutely love her works!

  • Kirsten Dunst is one of my favorite actresses, like in top 10. She's definitely underrated. Marie Antoinette had a HUGE influence on me as a teenager and I see more and more of it today. I loved Melancholia as well, something about it drew me in. Her performances have just been so satisfying to see.

  • Such a versatile actress. Shame they missed Drop Dead Gorgeous and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Great movies :).

  • She is an amazing actress, the fact she has no Oscar shows how fake and unfair the Academy Awards are

    • @Psycho Shenanigans its true tho lot of ppl winning in awards show today is simply becoz they r black or did a woke social justice crap of a movie.

    • @Alberto Rodriguez so you just being blatantly racist?

    • Oscar's blows. Even King Leo only got 1 Oscar.

  • Such a pitty that she didn't talked about Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind. This movie is a masterpiece

  • I love this series of interviews and I love what a real human being Kirsten Dunst is.

  • My favourite performance of Kirsten Dunst has to be in Melancholia, it's just such an intense and difficult role but she absolutely nailed it.

  • LOVE Kirsten Dunst. I feel like very few actresses can pull off pure comedy and high drama like she can. A truly versatile actress, I really hope she is recognized by the Academy one of these days.

  • She has been in some incredible movies !!! How does she not have an Oscar already ?

  • I love how she has aged naturally, and hasn't resorted to cosmetic surgery to hide her natural beauty.

    • @Alyza K. ya case and point Courteney Cox (*cringes*)

    • @Put Jesus First So honestly just feel sorry for you for chasing looking like a child when you are a full grown woman nearing 30.

    • @Put Jesus First Again, I just don't think adults should be bragging about looking like children. There is something wrong with society if 20somethings are now aiming to look 12.

    • @Apartment Group I think you're upset that someone looks better than you and you are probably older and you probably look older. That's all.

  • I love how she's made so many amazing films, but she's still very true to herself and down-to-earth. It's incredibly refreshing! What an incredible person!

  • She's incredible! One of my favourite actresses!

  • One of my favorite actresses of all time. So ready for her to win an Oscar.

  • Time and time again, Kirsten has proven that she is one of the most talented and exciting actresses we have working today. Her fearlessness in picking more risky roles is inspiring, she clearly doesn't care about being "commercially successful" but instead she has gained a reward more important than any of that. Absolutely love and admire her!

  • I never really realized how pivotal she's been in my childhood watching movies. I love pretty much everything she's been and now I'm really also liking what her husband's been in. I really enjoy Melancholia, I laughed so hard whenever she was talking about the director, she definitely does have a point there. But I love that movie, the soundtrack, the cinematography, everything. I recommend that movie a lot, but it is quite dark, so most of the time my recommendation goes unheard. She's right though, it not only shows depression but the calm of the storm, or shall I say the calm of reality (their reality in the movie, can't spoil it.) I really enjoy the films she's been in, but that is one my favorites overall.

    • I loved Melancholia too

    • I did really like melancholia as well. I didn’t expect it to go where it went.

    • Ah, Melancholia! I remember that an elderly couple left before the end of my screening.

    • Thankyou for your recomendation

    • @Michael Dauria Ohh that’s right. I keep forgetting that because they were going to tie the knot earlier. I remember in a recent interview she said she was going to finalize it but then she got pregnant. They’re probably just waiting for both schedules to clear up at this point. Thanks for the correction!

  • She's been in soo many amazing movies it's nice to hear her talk about some of them

  • I love each of these movies so much, I can't recall any other actress all of whose movies were this fantastic. 💗

  • She’s done a lot of movies 🍿 and she is really good at it

  • Crazy beautiful is one of my favorite movies she’s done

  • She’s such a brilliant actor. So crazy to think she’s been in this industry for so long and still seems to love it. Also, she should’ve won an Emmy and Golden Globe for her role in Fargo.

    • I still can’t believe she lost to Lady Gaga.

    • She seems to be cleverly picky in who she works with which I think leads her to having better experiences. She’s never come across to me as someone who does a film just because the cheque will be big. It’ll be so cool once she gets that Oscar!

    • She lost to Sarah Paulson and Lady Gaga. She should have worked with Ryan Murphy.

    • Yes!

  • I recently watched her show "On becoming a God in central Florida" and what a gem that was. I am honestly sad that it got cancelled, but understand as it didn't seem to attract the viewership it deserved. I can recommend it to anybody who would want to enjoy Kirsten doing her thing. Absolutely amazing.

  • She’s just as sweet in person, so down to earth

  • Love her whole vibe. Underrated actress. I haven't seen all of her movies but she was fantastic in Melancholia and Midnight Special.

  • Ive always admired Kirsten as an actress with her ability to do comedy and drama incredibly well.

  • I love Kirsten Dunst, her characters and movies are always excellent

  • Little women is one of my favorite movies! I love the newest one BIG time but this past film of hers. So lovely even as a woman getting drunk in the alley way. The piano is one of the greatest moves made!

  • Kirsten Dunst is criminally underrated. Her role in Fargo Season 2 was phenomenal

  • It's always makes me mad seeing how Kirsten doesn't get enough huge credits for contributing such high quality movies in Hollywood. That's sucks. #KirstenDunstForOscars #BestSupportingActress2022

  • I absolutely see her directing more in her future and doing more projects with her husband. I also can see her winning awards and becoming a real heavy hitter in Hollywood. I think she's overdue for the recognition she deserves. She is amazing! There are a few former child stars that I can see re-emerge and win due to their exceptional talent. Anna Paquin might win another Oscar, who knows.

  • She’s so insightful and lovely and gritty and cool. I love her so much ♥️🌹

  • i love her so much shes such a good actress and so cool as a person

  • I love how this woman had matured to her next form. Y'all ain't ready 😔🙏🏼

  • As Kristen Dunst goes through her movies, I see my childhood and youth. I wish I had a time machine to relive it. It sucks to be an adult.

  • Thank you for your performance in Marie Antoinette that movie is absolutely beautiful. You're a QUEEN 💞

  • She's legit one of the most talented actresses.

  • So talented! So mature she deserve be in more movies…

  • This was awesome Kirsten has been great to watch over the years.

  • I can't believe that Kirsten was only 16 when making "Virgin Suicides", she seemed so much more mature to me. I'm glad that Sofia Coppola was so encouraging and reassuring to Kirsten on set while shooting the make out scenes, she's definitely one of my favourite directors.

    • She's 16 though...kinda weird still but ok

    • @Jayus Sofia Coppola is a Director.

  • Melancholia was truly a masterpiece. One of my favs.

  • Obsessed with Kirsten as a teen and most of my 20s ...shes what i wanted to be growing up ..everything she makes i watch.. such a beauty

  • she experienced being a celebrity pre social media era. It was waay different back then. She didnt have to share fame with internet celebrities. She was huge back then basically nearing the top female lead.