Kirsten Dunst had a remarkable career that began in the mid-190s. Moving between film and television, she has future aspirations to direct with her beauty and co-star Jesse Plemons. However, before that dream becomes a reality, Dunst is getting some of the best reviews of his career, tortured by Rose Gordon, a mother and widowed naughty cowboy Phil Barbbanks (Benedict Cumberbatch); Jane Campion’s “Dog Power”.
In this edition of the “Variety Awards Circuit Podcast”, we talk to Dunst about his experience working with Oscar-winning screenwriters and directors, a preview of some of his previous roles, including “Spider-Man” and “The Beguild.” And what will happen to him at this moment in his life. After an incredible career that began with her turn to Claudia, Brad Pitt’s adopted-blood-vampire child, Neil Jordan’s “Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles” (1994) opposite Mary Jane Watson to the girl opposite Toby Maguire. The “Spider-Man” franchise, he has worked continuously for more than 25 years. She has also starred in notable films such as “The Virgin Suicides” and “Melancholia”. And “The Beguiled.”
Also, in this episode, we talk with “Red Rocket” star Simon Rex about his character in the new Sean Baker movie that debuted in Cannes and Telluride and what his return to this moment in his life means. The film’s success begins and ends with the actor, who plunges Head First into a career-defined performance. Her story may seem well-known in the media, as she began appearing in solo scenes in porn movies before becoming a model and MTV DJ, but there is much more to it than that.
Prior to the talent interview, the Awards Circuit Roundtable returned to discuss all aspects of the festival, including the opening of the New York Film Festival, Joel Quinn’s “The Tragedy of Macbeth,” starring Denzel Washington and Frances McDermott. Also speaking of other festival contenders, including – Kenneth Branna’s “Belfast” with Jamie Dornan and Caterina Balf, Pablo Lauren’s “Spencer” with Kristen Stewart, Joaquin Phoenix and Mike Mills’ Coins with Dennis Villanuev’s “Dune” “” With Timothy Chalamet and Zindaia. After all, where does the Oscar race stand?
Diversity The Oscar version of the “Awards Circuit” podcast is hosted by Clayton Davis, Michael Snyder, Jazz Tank and Janelle Riley, and listen to your one-stop for lively conversations about the best in movies. Every week during the Oscar season, “Awards Circuit” features interviews with top film talent and creatives; Discussion and debate about prize competitions and art titles; And much more. Subscribe via Apple Podcast, Stitcher, Spotify or wherever you download the podcast. New episodes are posted every Thursday.