In a breakdown video featuring Kirsten Dunst’s going through her career for Vanity Fair. Dunst talks about what it was like working on the first Spider-Man (2002) movie.
Kirsten Dunst specifically mentions working with the director Sam Raimi and actors: Alfred Molina and Willem Dafoe whom played Doc Ock and Green Goblin.
Dunst describes how passionate Sam Raimi was as a director, to make these Spider-Man movies.
There is also what Dunst though about her version of the character Mary-Jane Watson.
There was a stunt performed by Kirsten on the Sony Studio set that wasn’t filmed. Sam Raimi had asked for the stunt try-out to be done.
The full Vanity Fair Breakdown video is available on YouTube:
Kirsten Dunst’ most recent work is starring in a movie with Benedict Cumberbatch, called The Power of the Dog. This is currently streaming on Netflix.