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Earlier this year, it was revealed that Benedict Cumberbatch, Paul Dano, and Elisabeth Moss were all signed to star in the new film, “The Power of the Dog,” from acclaimed filmmaker Jane Campion. However, as these things tend to happen, one of the afor…

Thirty minutes into the first episode of “On Becoming a God in Central Florida,” Showtime’s new satire from Robert Funke and Matt Lutsky, Travis Stubbs (Alexander Skarsgård) drives his car into a swamp and gets eaten by an alligator. It’s a bold narrat…

Kirsten Dunst doesn’t really work that much. That’s not a diss, it’s more statement of fact. Much like her “Spider-Man” co-star Tobey Maguire, her face isn’t everywhere and much like Tobey Maguire, I suspect it&#8217…

The running joke about Florida is that it’s basically the biggest shithole in the US. No offense to Floridians (I am one, myself), but if you live in the state, you understand that all the jokes are very much based in reality. Yes, there are places lik…

10 best Kirsten Dunst roles While you might recognize her first and foremost from Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy, Kirsten Dunst […] The post 10 Best Kirsten Dunst Roles appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Sofia Coppola‘s striking debut feature “The Virgin Suicides,” was a type of cotillion in its day: an coming out announcement signaling the arrival of a remarkable new feminine voice in cinema, and a new auteur that was here to stay. T…

The Spring 2018 collection from design house Rodarte, aka sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy, is aflutter with floaty florals and sheer chiffons and it’s an aesthetic that carries through to their gauzy, terminally insubstantial film directing debut, “Woodshock,” starring, and executive produced by Kirsten Dunst. There’s only so much the word “dreamlike” can cover, but “Woodshock” features it all: double exposures, lens flares, macro close ups, juddering edits, soft-focus sensuality, inexplicable neon pulsations and laser light shows layered over breathy shots of a lissome Dunst unlocking a hitherto unknown boss level of exquisitely feminine dissociation. Continue reading ‘Woodshock’: Self-Indulgent Slog Among The Logs Is A Dull Dramatic Dream [Venice Review] at The Playlist.