Kirsten Dunst Interview with the Vampire
As Claudia in “Interview With The Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles” (1994), Dunst sports sweet strawberry blonde curls that contrast the film’s Gothic-horror aesthetic.
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Kirsten Dunst The Virgin Suicides
The cult Nineties flick “The Virgin Suicides” (1999) featured a straight-haired, blonde Dunst.
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Kirsten Dunst CrazyBeautiful
Choppy, chin-length hair and bangs complemented Dunst’s portrayal of a troubled Los Angeles teen in “Crazy/Beautiful” (2001).
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Kirsten Dunst Spider-Man
The actress went red for her role as comic-book leading lady Mary Jane Watson in “Spider-Man” (2002).
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Kirsten Dunst Mona Lisa Smile
As demure Betty Warren in “Mona Lisa Smile” (2003), Dunst channeled a conservative sensibility with a pared-back updo.
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Kirsten Dunst Marie Antoinette
In “Marie Antoinette” (2006), Dunst portrays the ill-fated dauphine of France with a towering pompadour and loose ringlets.
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Kirsten Dunst Melancholia
Kirsten Dunst takes on the apocalypse with short, sun-kissed strands in “Melancholia” (2011).
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