(CNN)Kirsten Dunst has been in the film industry for decades, but she doesn’t feel very embraced.
Dunst, 37, who was a child actress, recently appeared on SiriusXM’s “In Depth with Larry Flick” to promote her new Showtime series “On Becoming a God in Central Florida.”Talk turned to how despite appearing in multiple high-profile films including “Interview with the Vampire,” “Spider-Man” and “Jumanji,” Dunst said she doesn’t feel like she’s received her due props.
— SiriusXM (@SIRIUSXM) August 27, 2019 “I’ve never been nominated for anything. Maybe like, twice for a Golden Globe when I was little and one for ‘Fargo,'” Dunst said. “I always feel like nobody— I don’t know, maybe they just think I’m the girl from “Bring It On.'”She pointed out that admiration for some of her projects has come after the fact.Read More”Well, remember when ‘Marie Antoinette’ — y’all panned it? And now you all love,” Dunst said. “Remember ‘Drop Dead Gorgeous?’ Panned. Now you all love it. It’s, like, interesting for me.””I feel a lot of things I do people like later,” she added. “I’ve never been recognized in my industry.”Dunst has a theory as to why.”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.”Still, Dunst said, “It’d be nice to be recognized by your peers.”