Kirsten Dunst remembers shooting a particularly poignant scene from her latest film “The Power of the Dog.” In it, she and her real-life partner, Jesse Plemons, play two deeply lonely people who’ve finally found a connection in 1920s Montana.
Dunst told correspondent Luke Burbank, “Do you wanna know the truth? I felt like, ‘Oh my God, this feels so corny right now. To be this, like, proper and, I made you these sandwiches,’ like, I felt a little silly, to be honest.”
For Dunst, now 39, an Academy Award nomination would be the latest step in a life spent in front of the camera, starting at age three in New Jersey, when her mother would drive her into New York City for modeling gigs. But it was her role at age 11 as Claudia in “Interview With a Vampire,” opposite Tom
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