Spider-Man actor Kirsten Dunst, who played Mary Jane Watson, in the original Spider-Man trilogy endorsed Bernie Sanders for President of the United States.
Dunst took to Twitter to announce her endorsement.
She wrote, “Feel the Bern! Bernie Sanders.”
Feel the Bern! @BernieSanders pic.twitter.com/xftoNTXfKJ
— Kirsten Dunst (@kirstendunst) March 3, 2020
In an attached photo she elaborated on why she was endorsing Sanders.
Dunst wrote, “All his life, Bernie Sanders has had the courage to speak the truth, even when no one else would. He stands up for people – all people.”
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She continued, “Right now we need his courage and conviction to bring justice to this country, to the environment and to the world. It is my honor to join my voice with his, and with voices of the millions of hardworking people who know a better world is possible and are ready to fight for it.”
She concluded, “Together we will win.”
She would also share the endorsement on Instagram.
Dunst is currently filming The Power of the Dog where she plays Rose. She stars as Krystal Stubbs in the TV series On Becoming a God in Central Florida. She previously starred as Peggy Blumquist in Fargo.