Kirsten Dunst could finally win elusive Golden Globe thanks to Showtime’s ‘On Becoming a God in Central Florida’

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Kirsten Dunst could finally win elusive Golden Globe thanks to Showtime’s ‘On Becoming a God in Central Florida’
Perhaps no one in Hollywood is more overdue to win a Golden Globe than Kirsten Dunst. The versatile actress was first recognized by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for “Interview with the Vampire” when she was just 12 years old. Dunst earned a bookend nomination 21 years later for the second season of “Fargo,” where she was heavily predicted to win until Lady Gaga‘s name was called for “American Horror Story: Hotel.” Can Dunst now receive her long-awaited Golden Globe thanks to “On Becoming a God in Central Florida”?

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In Showtime’s quirky comedy series Dunst takes on the role of Krystal Stubbs, a housewife, mother and water park employee. Krystal’s husband Travis (Alexander Skarsgard) becomes embroiled in a pyramid scheme, Founders American Merchandise (aka Fam), a cult-like organization that demands loyalty of its hard-working members.
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