Kirsten Dunst

Kirsten Dunst is happy people are seeing her work in 'Fargo,' but wishes grandma could have, too

Kirsten Dunst is happy people are seeing her work in 'Fargo,' but wishes grandma could have, too

Kirsten Dunst and Patrick Wilson were on opposite ends of the law in the second season of “Fargo.” But Noah Hawley’s acclaimed crime-thriller had a common effect on their careers, putting them back squarely in the mainstream.

Dunst’s repressed Minnesota housewife on “Fargo” hoarded beauty magazines, owned grand dreams that sometimes turned into weird visions and acted out in strange, often scary ways.

“She’s nuts,” Dunst says, laughing.

The versatile actress visited The Envelope recently for a

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