Kirsten Dunst i ny von Trier-film

from DN.SE

Several big stars together in Lars von Trier’s upcoming film “Melancholia”. Kirsten Dunst has signed on for the lead role, and starring Charlotte Gainsbourg, Kiefer Sutherland and Stellan Skarsgard are also ready for the movie.

Kirsten Dunst, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Kiefer Sutherland – there are just some of the big stars who had roles in Lars von Trier’s new film.

The secrecy of omsusade “Melancholia” is filmed in Trollhättan, starting in July – and yes, von Trier’s favorite Swedish actor Stellan Skarsgard also joined the cast.

Exactly what “Melancholia” should be about is still a secret. Lars von Trier has just said that it is a science fiction movie, and it has shown that it probably is about how an alien planet is about to collide with Earth.

Lars von Trier usually have thought about keeping the bulk of the document in his films secret until the release date.

– Right now, I can neither confirm nor deny that these actors are ready for the movie, “von Trier’s business partner Peter Jensen Aalbæk spectra for TT on Friday.

Earlier there were rumors that Penelope Cruz would play the lead role in “Melancholia”.

Peter Jensen Aalbæk confirmed when the TT spectra that had been negotiated with the Spanish actress, but in the end it turned out that it did not work in time.

According to the TT spectra, rather than Kirsten Dunst, known especially from ‘Spiderman’ movies, ready to lead.

She is joined in Trollhättan by Charlotte Gainsbourg (who last year won the Cannes film festival’s acting award for a great Lars von Trier’s film “Antichrist”, “24” star Kiefer Sutherland, Charlotte Rampling, Alexander Skarsgård, Stellan Skarsgard and Udo Kier, another of von Trier favorite actor.

The recording of “Melancholia” is expected to continue in Trollhättan, from July to September, and will likely premiere at the Cannes Film 2011th

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