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Kirsten Dunst Reveals Which Character in History She'd Love to Play!

Kirsten Dunst Reveals Which Character in History She'd Love to Play!

Kirsten Dunst wears a “Friend of Gloria Sanchez” tank top after going on a hike with a pal on Saturday afternoon (April 19) in Los Angeles.

The 31-year-old actress recently looked gorgeous on the cover of W magazine‘s special summer issue.

In her interview with the mag, Kirsten was asked by Sofia Coppola which favorite character from history, besides Marie Antoinette, that she’d like to play.

“I would love to play Jean Harlow! It’s hard to make those kinds of films, but I’m open to suggestions; it just has to be the right one,” Kirsten said. In case you didn’t know, Jean was an actress in the 1930s!

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3 Responses to “Kirsten Dunst Reveals Which Character in History She'd Love to Play!”

  1. 1
    zz Says:

    hahaha…DUSNT !!!

  2. 2
    Rocky Says:

    Jean is a hard act to follow — they’ll never be anyone like her. She left too soon.

  3. 3
    Anokj231674 Says:

    Kirsten Dunst is beautiful.

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