Kirsten Dunst picked a lacy Valentino dress last night for the NYC premiere of All Good Things. She spoke to the press at the event about her movie, though wasn't so chatty when conversation turned to her ex boyfriend Jake Gyllenhaal's new romance with Taylor Swift. Kirsten wasn't about to make news with a comment on Jake and Taylor, so she simply said, "Next!" Kirsten's hot costar, Ryan Gosling, couldn't attend the red carpet event due to other work obligations back in LA. He was busy yesterday at a Hollywood Reporter roundtable for Oscar hopefuls. He touched on his infamous firing from The Lovely Bones for being too overweight in 2007, saying, "I was 150 pounds when [Peter Jackson] hired me, and I showed up on set 210 pounds. I really believed [the character] should be 210 pounds. I was melting Haagen Dazs and drinking it when I was thirsty. I really believed in it. I was excited about it. I just showed up on set and I'd gotten it wrong."
Kirsten Dunst tells us about Ryan Gosling's dark side in All Good Things and reveals plans to direct. The twisted-looking film is out in theaters on Dec. 3 and Kirsten shared about her "free" experience working on both this project and another upcoming movie, Melancholia. Check it out on PopSugar Rush!
Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst share a tumultuous love story in All Good Things and in this clip we get a glimpse of their characters' wedding day. The movie is based on a real-life unsolved NYC murder case and there's a creepy feeling to this snippet and the dark trailer. The unclothed poster shows Ryan and Kristen in bed and while the film clearly takes a turn for the morbid, at least for a moment it's all about kisses and I Dos for the couple. Check it out!
All Good Things is now available on iTunes, On Demand, on Amazon and more. The film also opens in theaters on Dec. 3.
If you're in need of afternoon pick-me-up, I've got just the thing for you. This morning we got a peek at the new movie poster for All Good Things, (the Ryan Gosling/Kirsten Dunst indie flick that finally got a release date), and I immediately thought of the recent one-sheet for Love and Other Drugs. Sure, these movies look totally different — All Good Things is a dark murder mystery while Love and Other Drugs is a soapy-looking dramedy — but the similarities in these posters can't be ignored. Shirtlessness? Check. Hot leading man? Check. Entranced leading lady who seems to be unaware of a secret her lover is keeping? Check and check.
In a few months I'll be able to shed some more light on the actual films, but just for fun, let's judge these books by their covers: which morning-after movie poster do you prefer?
Ryan Gosling is fairly selective about his movie roles, so it's always a treat to get a taste of the Oscar nominee when he's got a new film on tap. His latest, All Good Things, doesn't have a release date just yet, but today brings the first peek at the film with the international trailer. Based on a true story, Gosling stars as David Marks, a man from a very wealthy upbringing whose family ends up in some hot water when his wife (Kirsten Dunst) goes missing.
The thriller touts all the basics: secrets, lies, scandal, betrayal. From the looks of the preview, Dunst is just a pawn in a game that mostly revolves around David and his father (played by Frank Langella). See for yourself after the jump.
Kirsten Dunst had a busy day yesterday, shooting scenes with Ryan Gosling for their film All Good Things and swapping shades for shopping with a friend in Soho. Kirsten proved she was a bargain hunter while in rehab and she still likes to check out the $5 rack at H&M. Kirsten is getting back into the swing of things and a dash of retail therapy mixed with some Ryan hotness will hopefully keep her in good spirits.
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