Thursday, March 08, 2007

Kiki Linky Dunst

Kiki is back!
Just Jared has photos of Mary Jane from the new W magazine and fun quotes from the article. He calls Kirsten Dunst "the girl that everybody loves to hate" which is probably true. But me... I just love to love.
Glitter For Brains speaking of hate... Lee compares her to a flesh-eating zombie. yikes. She did drink blood in her breakthrough role, hmmm.
The Golden Fiddle gets a personal message
WOW gets the Beyoncé impression
Jossip gets sassy about Kirsten's "gift"

Speaking of Kiki...
Scanners has a cool Zodiac post that details what Kirsten's ex boytoy Jake was drinking in those bar scenes. I'm sorry I've already mentioned Aquavelva once but Mmmmmmmm

Kiki free readings
Lazy Eye Theater has a beautiful appreciation of movie theaters
Bright Lights After Dark on the luscious and at least partially out 1940s star Farley Granger and his bio Include Me Out
Cinematical on a Working Stiff: a sex columnist for Nerve might get the big screen treatment. Could be interesting but I won't hold my breath. I saw This Film Is Not Yet Rated after all. Shortbus is probably a one off *sigh*
fourfour reviews Shut Up & Sing y'all

tags: Kirsten Dunst


12345 said...

Hi Nathaniel,

hmm...this post doesn't have anything to do with movies but I was wondering if you could help me.

For some time now I've been trying to put an image on my blog header, just like you, but I can't seem to get the HTML code right. And I want it to look exactly the way you have it on your blog (blog title, picture, quote).

So my question is this: could you briefly explain how I can do it or could you help me out with the HTML?

I am using exactly the same template as yours.

Thanks a lot.


the html code for images is like this (remove the spaces)


Just remove all the caps and make sure there are no spaces anywhere except between img and src

and of course you'll need the image you want to do online somewhere so that you have a URL to draw it from

Anonymous said...

I love me some Kirsten Dunst, too.

The "gift" one is particularly weird to me. I mean the writer's comment on her statement. I can't vouch for the first Spider-Man, since I wasn't that impressed with it, but I love love love the second one (which makes we want to revisit the first one, just haven't yet), and her performances in that film and and in Bring It On are really quite different. Dunst's work (and the work of the whole cast, really) in SM2 (and Bring It On, of course) is so good, and I love those slightly stylized shadings everyone adds to their performances.

Plus there's Crazy/Beautiful, Interview with the Vampire, The Virgin Suicides, The Cat's Meow, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, and Marie Antoinette. It's weird to me that people can't see or refuse to acknowledge her talent. I think she should have won an Oscar this year, but that's just me.

Anonymous said...

Meh. I don't like her. Overused and underworthy. But I allow you her, because I know you allow me Julia Stiles.



12345 said...

Thank you very much Nathaniel!


Wait who "allowed" Julia Stiles. Are you sure I OKed that? ;)