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  1. Lars von Trier's Nazi Remarks Upset Kirsten Dunst (Cannes 2011)

    1:13 pm 5/18/2011

    The actress, who is in his "Melancholia" film, was seated next to the director when he called himself a Nazi.Read more

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  2. Lars von Trier Admits to Being a Nazi, Understanding Hitler (Cannes 2011)

    3:38 am 5/18/2011

    Kirsten Dunst and Charlotte Gainsbourg look on in disbelief as the "Melancholia" director shocks at Cannes press conference, saying his next movie could be "The Final Solution."Read more

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  3. Melancholia: Cannes 2011 Review

    2:14 am 5/18/2011

    The Danish director's brooding contemplation of the planet's demise is a bit of a bore, writes Todd McCarthy.Read more

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  4. Martin Scorsese, Lars von Trier Team Up For 'The Five Obstructions' Remake (Cannes)

    12:23 am 5/13/2011

    Project will see Von Trier deconstruct the film making process by forcing Scorsese to remake a film five times. Read more

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  5. New 'Melancholia' Pics Released as Lars Von Trier Prepares for Cannes Landing

    8:15 am 4/28/2011

    Kirsten Dunst, Kiefer Sutherland, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Alexander Skarsgard star in apocalyptic drama.Read more

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  6. Lars Von Trier's 'Melancholia' Trailer Online

    4:33 am 4/8/2011

    End-of-the-world drama stars Kirsten Dunst, Kiefer Sutherland. Read more

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  7. Magnolia Picks Up North American Rights to Lars von Trier's 'Melancholia' (Berlin)

    7:38 am 2/13/2011

    Kirsten Dunst and Charlotte Gainsbourg star in the Danish director's latest project, which is in post-production.Read more

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  8. Kirsten Dunst Announced as New Face of Bulgari

    11:14 am 2/10/2011

    The actress will appear in the new ad campaign for the brand's updated fragrance.Read more

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  9. How SAG and Golden Globe Nominations Affect Oscar Odds

    10:28 am 12/18/2010

    Scott Feinberg notes that since 2000, only 1.1 performers a year lose at SAG and HFPA and still get Oscar noms. Here are this year's big names snubbed by SAG and HFPA, though 1.1 of them will still get Oscar noms (if past is prologue): #1: Leonardo DiCaprio (Inception, Shutter Island). Read more

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  10. Film Review: 'All Good Things,' a Sharp, Unsettling Inspired-by-Real-Life Thriller From 'Capturing the Friedmans' Director Andrew Jarecki

    9:00 pm 11/28/2010

    Ryan Gosling, Kirsten Dunst and Frank Langella all deliver riveting portrayals, but those who prefer their murder stories neatly wrapped by the end credits will find the film unsatisfying, writes Sheri Linden.Read more

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