A Minute With: Kirsten Dunst and "All Good Things"
By Zorianna Kit
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Kirsten Dunst grew up before movie fans' eyes in films such as "Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles" and "The Virgin Suicides," and she became a big star in the "Spider-Man movies.
She is now back at work in "All Good things," starring opposite Ryan Gosling and playing a woman who goes missing shortly after her marriage to a wealthy real estate heir unravels.
The film, which opens in the United States on Friday, is inspired by the notorious 1982 missing person's case in New York city centering around the wealthy Durst family.
Dunst spoke to Reuters about the film, her co-star Gosling, and the new "Spider-Man" reboot.
Q: Kathie Durst's body was never found and no one was charged with a crime. Do you think Robert Durst murdered her?
A: "I think he did because why would the Durst family not help find their daughter-in-law? With all the money and power they had, they could have had every cop searching for her. They did nothing."
Q: Any memorable days on the set?
A: "I'd say the scene where Ryan takes me by the hair and pulls me out of the house. The next day Ryan sent me flowers because he felt bad for having to pull my hair. I was trying to make him feel okay about having to do it, but he still had a difficult time." Continued...