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Actress Kirsten Dunst honored in Hollywood

German-American actress Kirsten Dunst unveils her star on Hollywood Boulevard's Walk of Fame, a "surreal" moment she says now as "a part of Hollywood history". She shot to fame at the age of 12 when she appeared in "Interview with a Vampire", and again in Sofia Coppola's "Virgin Suicides" in 1999.

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