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Art and Culture1 Updated: 2012-08-28 12:00:00 KST

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And now it's time for our arts and culture update with Michelle Kim. I hear she has some movies and exciting performances to tell us about today.

Hello Michelle

[Reporter : ] Hello Conn-young

So what do you have for us today[Reporter : ] Kirsten Dunst and Isla Fisher are starring in a film called "Bachelorette" that will be released in the U.S. next month. In the film, the two stars show audiences just how wild a bachelorette party can get. Take a look at this.

Kirsten Dunst and Isla Fisher stepped onto the red carpet in Los Angeles on Thursday for the premiere of the comedy "Bachelorette."
Dunst, previously known for roles in more serious films such as "Interview with the Vampire" and "The Virgin Suicides," said that she was excited for the chance to play a role that her fans might not expect.

[Interview : Kirsten Dunst, Actress] "For me, I was ready for a comedy, especially after something like 'Meloncholia.' I always want to be in different kinds of films, instead of being shoeboxed into one way of people seeing me. For me, this movie was the greatest, refreshing thing to do after something like a heavy movie."

Based on the play of the same name, the film is about women and breakdowns, breakthroughs and friendships.
The story follows three friends serving as bridesmaids for an old friend from high school who throw a wild bachelorette party on the night before the wedding. Even though the bride insists on keeping the party tame, the three friends start the festivities early and end up with an exciting celebration none of them will ever forget.

Actress Isla Fisher, known for her comedic roles in such films as "Wedding Crashers" and "Confessions of a Shopaholic," said that even she was scared to play a role in a film with such a wild plot line.

[Interview : Isla Fisher, Actress] "Oh, yeah. I'm a mother of two, I've never done drugs and I'm a bit of a computer nerd. I don't really drink and this was such a different character for me. She is such an overconfident person, who is so self-entitled and stuck in her high school era. There was nothing about her that did not terrify me and that is sometimes the best parts to take to challenge yourself."

"Bachelorette" hits movie screens in the U.S. on September 7th.
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