Kristen Caroline Dunst, the Spider-Man, the actress has been reported saying that she thinks Hollywood does not give her enough recognition.
Having started as a child artist, she has been a part of the Hollywood industry for nearly thirty years.
In a candid interview, on SiriusXM’s “In-Depth with Larry Flick,” the actress was promoting her new Showtime series, “On becoming a God in Central Florida,” she spoke about how she feels largely overlooked.
Kristen Dunst, won the coveted Best Actress Award at Cannes, for her role in the 2011 movie, Melancholia as Lars von Trier. She apparently says, “I’ve never been nominated for anything. Maybe like twice for a Golden Globe when I was little, and one for ‘Fargo’”.
The actress made her debut in 1989 anthology film, New York Stories, appearing the segment directed by Woody Allen- Oedipus Wrecks.
The thirty-seven-year-old star has been a part of some amazing television shows like Cosmos (2014), Fifteen and Pregnant (1998) and On Becoming a God (since 2019). She has also played pivotal roles in movies such as Spider-Man (2002 and 2007), Jumanji (1995), Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999) and the Hidden Figures (2016).
Despite significant achievements like ‘Interview with the Vampire,’ Dunst feels she did not receive the fame that she deserved. Her movies, especially Marie Antoinette and Drop Dead Gorgeous, were recognized and appreciated by critics only later.
Nevertheless, Dunst is of the opinion that all one has is their work at the end of the day, but she admits that “it’d be nice to be recognized by your peers.”
Later, Flick tweeted that his interview with Marie Antoinette star was a moment of pure honesty.
Currently, her new show revolves around a ‘90s water park worker who rises to the top of the pyramid scheme.