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Kirsten shot to fame when she was just 12 in Interview With The Vampire but insisted her career is no longer her top priority.
BYZANTIUM Film4 9PM PREMIERE Gemma Arterton and Saoirse Ronan vamp it up as Neil Jordan returns to Interview With The Vampire terrain.
She made her TV debut in the 1993 series Full Stretch; her first film was Interview with the Vampire a year later, and she won a Royal Television Award for another early project, Streetlife, in which she starred alongside Rhys Ifans.
Rice, who published Interview with the Vampire to huge success in 1976, has previously spoken dismissively of the vampires dreamed up by Stephenie Meyer for Twilight, saying she "feel[s] sorry for vampires that sparkle in the sun," and that Lestat "would never hurt immortals who choose to spend eternity going to high school over and over again in a small town - any more than they would hurt the physically disabled or the mentally challenged.
I directed the films Interview with the Vampire, The Crying Game and Breakfast on Pluto.
2 ONE of her first roles was as a New Orleans prostitute in Neil Jordan's Interview With the Vampire (1994).
Kirsten Dunst has been in the spotlight ever since her first kiss with Brad Pitt in Interview With The Vampire.
She soon landed a string of higher profile roles in the likes of Interview With The Vampire and Mission: Impossible II.
She soon landed a string of higher profile roles, including parts in Interview with the Vampire, Mission: Impossible II and The Chronicles of Riddick.
Her completed annotated bibliography helped her develop an argument concerning Rice's unique characterization of vampires in Interview With the Vampire in ways that helped her understand the academic discussion surrounding Rice's work and to begin to develop an approach of her own.
SEMI-sequel to Interview With The Vampire sees the charismatic bloodsucker Lestat return from the grave, attracting the attention of the Queen of the Vampires played by the late R&B star Aaliyah.
In 1973, she wrote her hit novel Interview With the Vampire in only five weeks, telling the story of immortal and tormented vampire Louis Point du Lac and his mentor Lestat.