October 05, 2006


Check out the new cover article for NEXT magazine, in which I interview Kirsten Dunst on her upcoming film MARIE ANTOINETTE. See what happens when two wigged-out queens get to chattin'!


Blogger Aaron said...

I want to see it just because Marianne Faithfull plays her mom!

I have to say, despite the fact that everyone's giving Sophia Coppolla hell for "modernizing" it with the rock music (and it was booed at Cannes)!, it is something of a bold move, and she at least attempts to tell a different side of the Marie Antoinette story...

You even got a political statement from Kirsten Dunst! You're a skillful wabbit...:-)

2:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

why don't you interview on tv! Fuck barbara walters. I bet you wouldn't use Roy Cohen for a beard.

5:31 PM  
Blogger Alexis du Bois said...

Excellent. You were always a hit on Bastille Day.

10:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Marianne Faithful is the ultimate Hell raiser. What she hasn't done isn't worth talking about.I want to be Marianne Faithful when I grow up, but without the breast cancer!

4:14 AM  
Blogger Aaron said...

The breast cancer is very early stages, however...apparently, it's going to be very easily treatable and will, in fact, only delay her upcoming tour by a month or two.

She probably went through worse at Hazelden! :-)

8:49 AM  
Blogger Lady Bunny said...

Well, I'm not one to drop names, but I did sit with Rufus Wainwright at TH DAVE HILL EXPLOSION last night. He was just back from Paris where he's had a blast hanging out with Marianne and Carrie Fisher. He said that they were in excellent spirits and discussing all the drugs they used to do!

Marianne is unrecognizable in the film. She appears only in the beginning, but her gruff voice is heard each time Marie reads a letter from her mom urging her to hurry up and get fucked and knocked up.

I won't say that I love the film, but it is a lovely, stylish confection to watch. Let's make history into an MTV video! Still, when the video's shot at Versailles with a charming young actress in the lead, it's a treat to see.

9:52 AM  
Blogger Aaron said...

Yes, I saw the trailer, and Marianne really IS unrecognizable with the powdered wig, et. al. She looks more like Dame Wendy Hiller! I envy Rufus getting to hang out with her in Paris, though. (Carrie Fisher I could take or leave, although her MOM would be a blast...)

10:12 AM  

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