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Actress Kirsten Dunst has obtained a temporary restraining order against a French fan who has allegedly been waiting for her outside her home.
The “Spider-Man” star claimed that Jean Christophe Prudhon, 51, flew down to the US to meet her and even confronted her mother on the doorstep.
The actress also claims that Prudhon has sent her more than 50 letters declaring his love for her and that he had sold his home to pay for his travel expenses to the US, reports contactmusic.com.
“I am frightened for my safety, as well as the safety of my family and friends who visit my home. I am worried that Mr. Prudhon will escalate his conduct further, putting myself and my family in danger,” Dunst said in court documents.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Carol Boas Goodson granted Dunst a temporary restraining order, ordering Prudhon to stay 100 yards from the actress and to stop trying to contact her.
Kirsten Dunst can’t help but search for stories about herself on the internet, despite branding her Google fixation a “very dangerous” habit.
The actress began worrying about saucy pictures of herself surfacing online after she stripped off for full-frontal nude scenes in Lars Von Trier’s drama Melancholia.
She says, “I hadn’t been that nude in a film before. It’s nerve-wracking but at that point I knew everyone pretty well and it was a closed set. Lars and I were making jokes to each other… It was cold, I was lying there. But I knew it was going to be pretty. Doing a Lars Von Trier film, you know you’re going to be naked in one of the scenes, for sure…
“I’m doing the work at that point but then later (after filming wrapped), I do think about it because I’m out, I’m not in Sweden anymore in this remote countryside. I’m in L.A. thinking, ‘Well, this is going to be all over the internet, great!’”
Dunst reveals she does log online to read the latest gossip about herself, although the negative criticism hurts her feelings.
When asked if she Googles herself, she replies, “Of course, who doesn’t? It’s not good to do because ultimately the two nice comments (outweigh) the one bad one you’re going to be focused on. It’s not very healthy to do. It’s a very dangerous place. It’s not healthy.”
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Kirsten Dunst has revealed that she got the role in Melancholia after chatting to the director Lars Von Trier over video-messaging service Skype.
The Spider-Man actress was recommended to Von Trier to play a depressed woman in the drama, and movie bosses set up a meeting between the pair.
But their busy schedules wouldn’t allow a face-to-face chat – so they logged online instead.
Dunst tells Interview magazine, “I was recommended to him by two directors. Then I got the script and they said he was very interested in me and that we were going to talk the next day.
“We Skyped, and it was a really easygoing, nice meeting. We didn’t even talk about the script that much, and then our Skype connection got lost, and we called each other on the phone.
“It was really like the most simple… for the director that he is, it was like the easiest job that I got in so long, it was so simple, it was just like, ‘Yes, I’d love you to be in my movie’. ‘Great, I’d love to be in it’.”
Oh, Lars. Everyone’s favorite provocateur is back on the Croisette this year and he doesn’t show any signs of softening up. His latest, “Melancholia,” follows two sisters, Kirsten Dunst andCharlotte Gainsbourg as they deal with the news that the end of the world is imminent and in the first clip to hit from the film, Dunst’s attitude is kind of, “Eh, fuck this place anyway.”
Declaring “The Earth is evil, we don’t need to grieve for it” the brief clip quickly lets us know where Dunst and Gainsbourg stand on this issue with the former pretty much deciding that this planet deserves what it gets. And knowing Lars Von Trier, there won’t be much of silver lining to that sentiment and we’re it’s just one statement of many that will poke and prod at audiences the way the director loves to.
Co-starring Kiefer Sutherland, Charlotte Rampling, John Hurt, Alexander Skarsgård, Stellan Skarsgård and Udo Kier, “Melancholia” premieres next week. Check out the clip below along with what looks to be a (NSFW) TV spot which is essentially a much shorter version of the trailer and a VFX reel which offers up more glimpses from the film. [Movielicious!]
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