Inside Kirsten Dunst's Road to Finding Love With Jesse Plemons – JP


But then she read the script for Civil War and, not having done anything like it, signed right up for active duty.

And when Plemons was a last-minute addition to the production, there was no chance that having this real-life couple on set would add any extra drama.

“Because we fell in love on a set, we fell in love creatively first,” Dunst said. “I think we’ll always come back to that, in a very not-involving-our-real-life way. And also, listen, we don’t talk to each other on set. I left him alone, he left me alone.”

But only during working hours.

“I love working with him,” Dunst added. “What’s nice is that we trust each other so much. He sent me a scene last night of this miniseries he’s working on to get my opinion. If I’m having a hard time deciding on something, I’ll have him read it. I trust his opinion more than anyone, and he cares about me more than anyone.” 

Maybe even more importantly, she noted, “We hate the same things.”

That being said, Dunst was even more blown away by his chilling performance “’cause he is the kindest person,” she gushed on Late Night With Seth Meyers in April. “He’s just a really fantastic actor.”

And while Dunst and Meyers are an impressive three-for-three as far as quality projects as costars go, read on for more couples who fell in love on set:

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