After wrapping up her newest project “The Two Faces of January,” Kirsten Dunst scored a feature in the Spring 2013 issue of Bullett magazine.
After posing for the Frederik Heyman spread, the 30-year-old actress opened up about everything from kissing Brad Pitt on the set of “Interview With a Vampire” to thoughts on the original Spider Man trilogy.
“It was just a peck,” the “Marie Antoinette” beauty recalls. “I remember Brad would watch lots of “Real World” episodes. He had this long hair. He was just a hippie-ish cool dude. Everyone at the time was like, “You”re so lucky you kissed Brad Pitt,” but I thought it was disgusting. I didn”t kiss anyone else until I was like 16, I think. I was a late bloomer.”
When discussing her other work, Miss Dunst brought up her experience working on “The Virgin Suicides.” “It was the first time someone wanted me to be more sexual, to be the object of desire. I myself was starting to change, but I hadn”t yet been able to express that in a film. Because [director] Sofia [Coppola] was a woman, too, I felt so much more comfortable doing that,” she explains.
In regards to her past Spidey-success, Kirsten says, “I wish we could have done a fourth movie. We were like a family.”
“[Plus] those movies gave me the means to not work as much, help my family, and do little indie projects that I made no money on. To many people, I”m still “that girl from Spider-Man,”” she adds.