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The never changing face of Kirsten Dunst

Movies News / Jon Galt

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The never changing face of Kirsten Dunst

  • Kirsten Dunst is one of the top actresses in Hollywood
  • She has been making movies since the late 80s
  • Kirsten still looks the same only a little more grown up
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Over the years in Hollywood we have seen many child stars come and go and, while some of these child stars do manage to go on and have fairly successful acting careers, there are others that end up going completely off the grid. However, there is one actress who rose to fame as a child star in Hollywood and is still going strong over 20 years later, and that actress is Kirsten Dunst.
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As most of you are well aware, Kirsten Dunst has been making movies since she was just a young girl, first appearing on the big screen back in 1989, going on to appear in some very big movie roles. Over the years we have seen Kirsten appear in such movies as Interview with the Vampire, Jumanji, Drop Dead Gorgeous, the Spider-Man trilogy, and On the Road, to name just a few.
 
While the roles have changed for Kirsten Dunst over the years, there is one thing that has always remained the same, and that is her beautiful face. We see many stars in the entertainment industry these days, who decide to get surgery or use botox, making themselves almost unrecognisable. Fortunately though, this has not been the case for Kirsten Dunst who still looks the same as she did 20 years ago, just a little more grown up.
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As far as her acting career goes, Kirsten Dunst will be seen with Viggo Mortensen and Oscar Isaac in the movie The Two Faces of January, which will feature at the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 17. Following that, we will see Kirsten Dunst star alongside Adam Driver, Michael Shannon and Joel Edgerton in Midnight Special, which will open on November 25.
 
At the rate Kirsten Dunst is ageing, or not, she will still look as beautiful as she does now in another 20 years time.
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