Kirsten Dunst looks back on Bring It On, Marie Antoinette, and more of her most memorable roles
Over more than 30 years in Hollywood, Kirsten Dunst has racked up an impressive résumé, her career spanning film and television, horror and satire, superhero spectacles and existential indies.
Though often overlooked by the industry, the 39-year-old star's long list of diverse credits speaks for itself. And this year, on the merit of her raw performance in Netflix's The Power of the Dog, the actress is poised to receive long-overdue recognition from her peers — perhaps in the form of her first-ever Oscar nomination.
With the film landing on Netflix this week, EW chatted with the star about some of her greatest roles, from a child-vampire to a cheerleading captain to a dead French queen and beyond.
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