Fargo favorite Kirsten Dunst covers California Style’s March issue (and we want all these looks) on newsstands today. After being robbed at the Golden Globes (sorry, Gaga!) for her legendary turn as a nutty beautician gone serial killer Peggy Blumquist on Fargo’s iconic second season (she’ll win the Emmy), you think she’d take a mini vacay. Not this seasoned pro! Up next, she stars in Jeff Nichol’s ‘Midnight Special‘ and Rodarte sisters ‘Woodshock‘ out later this year and we can’t get enough of her!
“These days, says Dunst, 33, with a laugh, “I like the lounging life.”
“Honestly, there was nothing that I wanted to do. There were no roles. There was nothing good enough,” she insists.
“It was nice to do something that people actually saw, and not another indie that just goes to VOD,” Dunst says. “Especially because you do those movies for no money, so it really feels like, what’s the point?”
People are like, ‘What have you been doing these last few years?’ and I say, ‘I’ve been working. Sorry I haven’t been in a super-hero movie.’”
“I’m a homebody and I only go to the same two places,” she says.
“I think to myself, One day, when I’m old, I’m going to live with my girlfriends. We’ll have a wacky house with lots of animals—bunnies, kitties, I don’t know. Maybe in L.A., or I like Montecito,” Dunst says, projecting into the future. “I just want to be in good weather when I’m old—near people I love and can have fun with.”