KIRSTEN Dunst insists she doesn’t hold a grudge against Spider-Man bosses for ditching her in the new movie.
Dunst, Tobey Maguire and director Sam Raimi were dropped by Sony for the next installment in the film franchise.
But Kirsten says she can understand why producers have opted for a complete change.
“I felt like what we had during those films was so special, like me and Tobey and Sam,” she said.
“It was such a unique experience and also because it was these independent minds and actors and you’re making this huge film.
“It’s great that all these kids are such huge fans and to be a part of a movie like that is very special. So to end on Spider-Man 3 I think is the perfect way to leave it.
“I like Andrew Garfield as an actor — and Emma Stone — they’ll be great in the new version.”
Dunst recently revealed she loved watching prostitutes tout for businesses when she was younger.
The 28-year-old actress used to ask her mother to drive past “hookies” on the streets in the Meatpacking District of New York City when she was a child going to auditions, but believes people in the Big Apple are less likely to see such shady dealings these days.
“I remember when I was younger, driving around New York with my mom and going to auditions. I’d be like, ‘Mom drive us by the hookies!’ Hookers. I called them hookies,” she said.
“There was one street in the Meatpacking District where they all lined up. So I was definitely a part of the dangerous New York when I was younger.
“But now I feel like New York is so safe. I can walk down the street by myself. When I was younger, my mom was like, ‘Hold my hand!’ It was always a little sketchy. But now Times Square is like Disneyland.”[imagebrowser id=866]
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