Kirsten Dunst’s Throwback Photos Will Make You Ache For the '90s

So fly.

Kirsten Dunst has only been on Instagram for about a year, but she already knows how to werk it like a pro.

But what truly makes her Instagram account all that and a bag of chips are the fab throwback photos she posts of herself from the 1990s.

Dunst, who has been in the public eye since she co-starred in the 1994 film “Interview with the Vampire” at the age of 12, was also in other notable ’90s movies such as “Little Women” in 1994, “Jumanji” in 1995 and 1999’s “The Virgin Suicides,” “Drop Dead Gorgeous” and “Dick.”

She’s got some photographic nods from many of those films on her page. We have to tell you: It’s the bomb.

Here’s Dunst with Brad Pitt during her “Interview with the Vampire” days.

#fbf #bradpitt #interviewwiththevampire

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Before her breakout role in “Interview with the Vampire,” Dunst played Hedril in the “Star Trek: The Next Generation” Season 7 episode “Dark Page” in 1993. She was 11 years old.

#fbf #startrek

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Here’s Dunst with her “Little Women” co-stars Christian Bale and Winona Ryder.


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And here’s a fab throwback picture of all the Lisbon sisters from “The Virgin Suicides.”


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Don’t forget Dunst’s pigtailed days, here with her “Jumanji” co-stars Robin Williams and Bonnie Hunt.

#tbt #jumanji 🐒🐘

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And finally, a little-known actress named Michelle Williams poses with Dunst in their “Dick” costumes.

Happy 4th! ✌️🇺🇸

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