Do you think that a snaggle-toothed actress whose claim to fame is as the love interest of Spiderman **– has the right to ban a writeroff the set of a movie? That's exactly what Kirsten Dunst did at the set of "**How to Lose Friends & Alienate People".
Her victim? He's not just any writer. He's **Toby Youn**g, a Brit son-of-a-baron/journalist whose memoir the film was based upon in the first place. It depicts the tale of his failed five-year attempt to make it in the US as a contributing editor at Vanity Fair.
Apparently, Toby made a suggestion **about **Kirsten's acting. Here's a bit of the report from DigitalSpy:
"[Dunst] overheard me giving the producer a 'note' on her performance in a particular scene. At the time, I didn't think of it as a criticism, more as a helpful bit of advice, and the producer took it in that spirit. But Kirsten overheard this exchange and interpreted it as a complaint about her acting ability. It was after this, apparently, that she took Bob [Weide, director] to one side and asked if I could be kept at arm's length in future."
After having Toby banned, Kirsten reportedly did the scene her way. Hmm.. maybe she's not one to take up writers, directors or even producers on their suggestions – even if it'll make scenes infinitely better??? **That's kinda **biatch-y, dontcha think?
BTW, "How to Lose Friends & Alienate People" also stars Megan Fox, Simon Pegg and Jeff Bridges.