Kirsten Goes 'Upside Down' For Love
June 24, 2013
Big screen lovers are often kept apart by overbearing parents because they're, metaphorically, from different worlds. But in the new movie Upside Down, Kirsten Dunst and Jim Sturgess are kept apart by a gravitational field that quite literally means they're from two worlds.
And while that doesn't stop their characters from trying to be together, a poorly-timed case of amnesia certainly makes things infinitely more difficult. Check out ETonline's exclusive clip off the Upside Down DVD's bonus features where Dunst and Sturgess talk about crafting these long-distance lovers.
Upside Down hits DVD on June 25.
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