New 'Do: Kirsten Dunst Goes Gray And Gangster For Bullett

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    If Kristen Dunst were making a comeback, her latest Bullett cover and spread would be one badass way to do it. But she's not. She's one of those celebrities that never went away in the first place. Instead, Dunst is a regular, a household name that aptly balances work life with real life (her one-year relationship with hottie Garrett Hedlund is proof). And though the article chronicles the Jersey-born, 30-year-old star's rise to fame in a clear and digestible way, it's really the gripping images that stunned us.

    Surreal, beautiful, and a little bit punk, the digitally-altered frames read much like the description of her forthcoming film, an outer-space love story called Upside Down. From dancing on super-imposed dirt to throwing up a gang sign with silver hair, the pics make clear that there's no real bad angle for Kirsten Dunst. Click through to see Bullett's best snaps, then check out the full article to find out what she considers "the most terrifying thing of [her] life," and who says "she's one of the most thoughtful, caring people" they've ever met. (Bullett)

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