Kirsten Dunst reveals that Spider-Man creator took her to ‘fix’ her teeth, says pay disparity between her and Tobey Maguire was ‘extreme’

Actor Kirsten Dunst revealed in a new interview that she stood her ground and refused when the Spider-Man producer took her to ‘fix’ her teeth. He also talked about the huge pay disparity between himself and the star. Tobey Maguire, Which he didn’t think much about at that time. Dunst played Peter Parker/Spider-Man’s love interest Mary Jane Watson in three Spider-Man films directed by Sam Raimi.

Kirsten Dunst She was 19 years old, she told The Independent, when she pulled over in front of a dentist’s office when she realized what was happening. “I was like, ‘Mmmmm, no, I like my teeth,'” she said. “Plus, Sofia loved my teeth,” he said, referencing Sofia Coppola, the director of her breakout film The Virgin Suicides, and her mentor in the film industry.

Dunst said Coppola, the daughter of The Godfather director Francis Ford Coppola, gave him “confidence” which helped him deal with “many other things”. She added that it would have been “absolutely different” if a male director had been praising her look.

The actor, who will soon appear in Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog, which starred Benedict Cumberbatch and his partner Jesse Plemons, also revealed how little he made for the first Spider-Man film compared to Maguire . “The pay disparity between me and Spider-Man was very extreme,” she said. “I didn’t even think about it. I was like, ‘Oh yeah, Toby (Maguire) is playing Spider-Man.’ But do you know who was on the cover of the second Spider-Man poster? Spider-Man and I.”

Dunst, like Maguire, is reportedly reprising her role for the upcoming Spider-Man: No Way Home. The original Spider-Man trilogy, released between 2002 and 2007, grossed approximately $2.4 billion worldwide. The series has since been rebooted twice, with Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland taking over as Peter Parker/Spider-Man. Shailene Woodley was cast as Mary Jane in the Garfield films, but her role was dropped.

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