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Kristen Wiig in V Magazine’s Spring issue

Posted on January 23, 2014 and filed under Articles & Interviews, Magazines

Great news, Wiigies – Kristen is gracing the pages of V Magazine’s Spring issue! She talks about her films currently in cinemas (The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues and Her) as well as her upcoming dramatic roles. Also, did we mention that she looks fantastic in the new photoshoot? Check out the magazine scans in our photo gallery and read the article in the press library!

“She may be one of the most-adored actresses in recent memory, but to get a true sense of just how concerned Kristen Wiig is with her rising celebrity status one only needs to visit her official website. While some of her famous counterparts chronicle their every waking moment in Chrome and live or die by likes, Wiig’s online destination features a curious illustration of the actress by her friend Jason Polan accompanied by a short bit of text: “Kristen Wiig is not on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, MySpace, or any other social networking website.” This isn’t a ruse. There is no secret alias account floating about. Wiig actually means it. In fact, over an hour-long coffee talk one realizes that for all of her fantastical characters, the woman herself is actually rather quiet and quite sincere.”

Read the complete article here!


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