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Kristen Dunst: “It’s a Lot Harder Doing Television”

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K risten, who appears in the tv series ‘Fargo’, explains that it’s a lot more intense to film for tv because there’s much more time involved and they aren’t perfectionists when it comes to takes. She believes working for tv has been the hardest challenge she has faced so far:

“It’s a lot harder doing television. You have way more time on movies. (On television) it’s just go, go go, and it’s not a lot of takes. It was the hardest role I think I’ve ever played to be honest. But also the most rewarding because you know, all said and done, people really enjoyed it and it’s so nice when you can be proud of something you’ve done. And I feel that way about Midnight Special too. I’m two for two right now, I’m feeling good.”

Speaking on the key to her success, Kristen believes she has built some valuable friendships which have helped her in the industry:

“I think the friendships I’ve developed have really led to the most work – you know, with Sofia Coppola and.. I think it’s about harnessing a community and then you can have more opportunities that way.”

Kristen got her big break when she was just 11-years-old starring in ‘Interview With a Vampire’ alongside Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt, and she says she still has fond memories of filming the huge film:

“I have very fond memories of that. That was my first big movie ever and they treated me like a princess. I was treated like a little queen, it felt really good. I was 11 and we shot in Louisana, France and England – we shot everywhere and at the legendary Pinewood studios, and the sets were… It wasn’t as special effects heavy back then so when they lit things on fire, they lit them on fire – like a village they had built. They just don’t make movies like that anymore.”

 

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