Kirsten Dunst To Star In Yorgos Lanthimos Dark Comedy Series | Film News
In the Golden Age of television, many movies stars are turning to television, and Kirsten Dunst is no exception. Dunst has just landed a role in AMC’s new exciting dark comedy, On Becoming A God In Central Florida.
The series will be directed by none other than Yorgos Lanthimos, who brought us the very unusual and acclaimed, The Lobster.
Dunst is no stranger to television, and this role follows her first series regular in Fargo, for which she was nominated for Golden Globe in 2015
The series is set in the 1990s and tells the story of widowed and minimum wage Orlando water park employee, Krystal Gill (Dunst), and her desperate search for the American Dream. The story will follow Gill as she cons her way up the pyramid scheme that left her with nothing in the first place.
The project is also set to include George Clooney and Grant Heslov as executive producers.
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