Sam Robeson - May 16, 2017
Kirsten Dunst gushes about long time collaborator Sofia Coppola in the new issue of Variety. The tit machine once again stars in a flick directed by Coppola. The upcoming The Beguiled follows 1999's The Virgin Suicides and 2006's Marie Antoinette. The duo raided Ann Taylor for the photo shoot. Dunst can look fuckable in anything. She's the cute girl next door. Coppola is that out of touch Manhattanite who bird ladies mistakenly throw breadcrumbs to. She pecks at them. Then throws them up to keep her hot sickly frame. She weighs about the same as she did in the first Godfather.
Much of the accompanying interview hypes an unbreakable bond of trust and feminine understanding between the two. Dunst blows smoke up Coppola's vag with:
She was always a good influence on me as a young woman…She said to me, ‘I love your teeth; don’t ever fix your teeth.’ I remember doing a ‘Spider-Man’ movie later and one of the producers was like, ‘I need to take you to the dentist!’ They even fixed my teeth on the poster. But I just knew I was never doing that. Sofia is the chicest, coolest girl, and she thinks my teeth are great.
The Kool-Aid has long been pissed out. We also learn that feminist Coppola told Dunst that she needed to be less fat for The Beguiled. Dunst will be starring alongside a ball of wax's personal Portrait of Dorian Gray, Nicole Kidman. A hundred extra pounds wouldn't keep Dunst from being the hotter star. She excuses her body:
It’s so much harder when you’re 35 and hate working out. I’m eating fried chicken and McDonald’s before work [in Louisiana]. So I’m like, ‘We have no options! I’m sorry I can’t lose weight for this role.'
Coppola makes movies for women, by women. Except if they're fat. So this is what a feminist director looks like.
Photo Credit: Variety
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