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Kirsten Dunst poses with fiance Jesse Plemons and their child while getting star on the Walk Of Fame

Kirsten Dunst had a very big day on Thursday as she was given her own star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.

The blonde beauty, 37, had her fiance Jesse Plemons as well as their son Ennis, age one, with her as she posed next to the star.

This comes after the former child star – who has worked on dozens of films including Interview With The Vampire to Fargo – complained to In-Depth With Larry Flick on Sirius XM that she is not taken seriously enough.

She's made it! Kirsten Dunst had a very big day on Thursday as she was given her own star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame

She’s made it! Kirsten Dunst had a very big day on Thursday as she was given her own star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame

Her little boy in blue: Her son Ennis Howard Plemons sat on her star at one point

Her little boy in blue: Her son Ennis Howard Plemons sat on her star at one point

Proud: The blonde beauty, 37, had her fiance Jesse Plemons as well as their son Ennis, age one, with her as she posed next to the star

Proud: The blonde beauty, 37, had her fiance Jesse Plemons as well as their son Ennis, age one, with her as she posed next to the star

The Spider-Man actress wore a long summer dress that was perfect for the afternoon occasion.

It had wide straps with bows on it and a geometrical design with pink, light blue and beige boxes. The fabric was diaphanous and easy on the eyes as it blew in the wind.

She added strappy heels in beige and wore long earrings that matched her dress well.

Dunst wore her white blonde hair down and parted in the middle with soft waves making her resemble Veronica Lake of This Gun For Hire fame.

Smooch: Kirsten also looked overjoyed with her future husband Plemons as she put both arms around him to give him a big kiss on the lips

Smooch: Kirsten also looked overjoyed with her future husband Plemons as she put both arms around him to give him a big kiss on the lips

She likes him: Plemons is an American actor and comedian. Beginning his career as a child actor, Plemons achieved a career breakthrough with his supporting role as Landry Clarke in the NBC drama series Friday Night Lights

She likes him: Plemons is an American actor and comedian. Beginning his career as a child actor, Plemons achieved a career breakthrough with his supporting role as Landry Clarke in the NBC drama series Friday Night Lights

So close: He has also worked on Breaking Bad and Fargo, where he met Kirsten

So close: He has also worked on Breaking Bad and Fargo, where he met Kirsten

In great spirits: Dunst put her arms out as Jesse went on and on about his better half

In great spirits: Dunst put her arms out as Jesse went on and on about his better half

Weepy: She then broke down in tears after his speech where he said: 'I love you, Keeks. And I couldn't be any prouder of you than I am right now'

Weepy: She then broke down in tears after his speech where he said: ‘I love you, Keeks. And I couldn’t be any prouder of you than I am right now’

Back to good: She composed herself after the talking was done at the podium

Back to good: She composed herself after the talking was done at the podium

Kirsten also looked overjoyed with her future husband Plemons as she put both arms around him to give him a big kiss on the lips.

Plemons is an American actor and comedian. Beginning his career as a child actor, Plemons achieved a career breakthrough with his supporting role as Landry Clarke in the NBC drama series Friday Night Lights.

He has also worked on Breaking Bad and Fargo, where he met Kirsten.

Le look: The Spider-Man actress wore a long summer dress that was perfect for the afternoon occasion. It had wide straps with bows on it and a geometrical design with pink, light blue and beige boxes. The fabric was diaphanous and easy on the eyes as it blew in the wind

Le look: The Spider-Man actress wore a long summer dress that was perfect for the afternoon occasion. It had wide straps with bows on it and a geometrical design with pink, light blue and beige boxes. The fabric was diaphanous and easy on the eyes as it blew in the wind

Closer look: She added strappy heels in beige and wore long earrings that matched her dress well. Dunst wore her white blonde hair down and parted in the middle with soft waves making her resemble Veronica Lake of This Gun For Hire fame

Closer look: She added strappy heels in beige and wore long earrings that matched her dress well. Dunst wore her white blonde hair down and parted in the middle with soft waves making her resemble Veronica Lake of This Gun For Hire fame

Another famous face on the street: Also there was director Sofia Coppola, the daughter of Francis Ford Coppola of Godfather fame

Another famous face on the street: Also there was director Sofia Coppola, the daughter of Francis Ford Coppola of Godfather fame

French connection: Coppola, who has worked with Kirsten on four films since 1999 including 2006's Marie Antoinette. Sofia also spoke about Dunst's 'intelligence'

French connection: Coppola, who has worked with Kirsten on four films since 1999 including 2006’s Marie Antoinette. Sofia also spoke about Dunst’s ‘intelligence’

So many faces: Dunst, Plemons, Coppola, and Rana Ghadban pose together

So many faces: Dunst, Plemons, Coppola, and Rana Ghadban pose together

She then broke down in tears after his speech where he said: ‘I love you, Keeks. And I couldn’t be any prouder of you than I am right now.’

Also at the ceremony were Kirsten’s parents, Inez and Klaus.

And next to Dunst was director Sofia Coppola, who has worked with Kirsten on four films since 1999 including 2006’s Marie Antoinette.

Sofia also spoke about Dunst’s ‘intelligence.’ 

Making a point: The screen idol also named the people in the audience who have inspired her

Making a point: The screen idol also named the people in the audience who have inspired her

Earlier this week the star said she was not getting a fair shake. 

‘I’ve never been recognized in my industry,’ the actress said. 

‘I’ve never been nominated for anything,’ she went on. ‘Maybe like, twice for a Golden Globe when I was little and one for Fargo. I always feel like nobody – I don’t know, maybe they just think I’m the girl from Bring It On.’

Dunst spoke about how a pair of films she made – 2006’s Marie Antoinette and 1999’s rom-com Drop Dead Gorgeous – were panned on released but later have been well-received. 

In a good place in her life: The looker seemed to be very content with the ceremony

In a good place in her life: The looker seemed to be very content with the ceremony

 ‘Well, remember when Marie Antoinette – y’all panned it? And now you all love it,’ the  former Spider-Man and Virgin Suicides star said. ‘Remember Drop Dead Gorgeous? Panned. Now you all love it.’ 

‘It’s like interesting for me,’ she said. ‘I feel a lot of things I do, people like later.’

Dunst noted the dearth of awards or nominations she’s received, mentioning her two Golden Globe nods – in 2016 for Fargo (Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television) and in 1995 (as a child star) for Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture).

A good heart: She also took the time to pose with a man in a wheelchair

A good heart: She also took the time to pose with a man in a wheelchair

The Woodshock beauty speculated she might not be as political as she could be in the complicated world of show business.

‘I am so chill – maybe I don’t play the game enough?’ she said.

‘But then I do, I mean, I do everything I’m supposed to. It’s not like I’m rude or like, not doing publicity or anything.’

Good to her fans: She signed plenty of autographs for the people who waited in line for her

Good to her fans: She signed plenty of autographs for the people who waited in line for her

Dunst, who’s also been seen in high-profile films such as Hidden Figures and The Beguiled, said she hopes her resume speaks for itself.

‘I know that all you have is your work at the end of the day – and that’s all people really care about,’ she said. ‘I’m intelligent enough to know that and have perspective.’

She added that ‘it’d be nice to be recognized by your peers.’

Dunst’s newest project is the throwback comedy On Becoming a God in Central Florida, which can be seen on Showtime Sundays at 10/9c. 

Hindsight: Dunst noted how her 2006 movie Marie Antoinette was panned upon release, only to gain plaudits from movie-watchers years later

Hindsight: Dunst noted how her 2006 movie Marie Antoinette was panned upon release, only to gain plaudits from movie-watchers years later 

Classic: Dunst (with Gabrielle Union) said of the critical snubs from industry insiders, 'I don't know, maybe they just think I'm the girl from Bring It On'

Classic: Dunst (with Gabrielle Union) said of the critical snubs from industry insiders, ‘I don’t know, maybe they just think I’m the girl from Bring It On’


Daily Mail UK

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