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Kirsten Dunst Spills All: Voting Biden, Passed on ‘American Beauty’ Role, and Does She Want a ‘Bring It On’ Reboot?

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Kirsten Dunst really brought it in a shocking new interview. The Spider-Man actress dished on some major topics – reviving her iconic cheerleader movie, that time she dodged a bullets playing a very different kind of high schooler, and why she’s pulling the lever for Biden in 2024 despite being exasperated by money’s stranglehold on U.S. politics.

When asked point blank if she’d ever suit back up as the sarcastic squad captain Torrance Shipman for a Bring It On reboot, Dunst was coy but hardly ruled it out completely. “I always say never say never,” she teased. The early 2000s comedy about elite squads facing off has only grown in cult status over two decades later.

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But one majorly edgy teen role Dunst did ultimately pass on was playing Lester Burnham’s daughter in American Beauty. She shared an “inappropriate” encounter from age 16 that made her uneasy about the overtly sexual part. “I did one meeting once with a director, and he asked me an inappropriate question,” Dunst revealed, not naming names. “I was like, ‘That’s not cool.’ But I didn’t say that [to him]. I was freaked out.”

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The woman who brought Mary Jane Watson to life also critically assessed her 2022 film Civil War, which starred Nick Offerman as a terrifyingly Trumpian president. While not directly equating Offerman’s character to the former P.O.T.U.S., Dunst noted “this is this president, in this world, who will not abide by the Constitution and democracy.”

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As for the upcoming election? “I’m gonna vote for Biden,” Dunst stated flatly. “That’s my only option. Right?” She then ripped into America’s money-obsessed political system – “It’s just money, money, money, money, money. Everything is broken. Everything needs to be fixed.”CopyRetry

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Mezhar Alee is a prolific author who provides commentary and analysis on business, finance, politics, sports, and current events on his website Opportuneist. With over a decade of experience in journalism and blogging, Mezhar aims to deliver well-researched insights and thought-provoking perspectives on important local and global issues in society.

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