Kirsten Dunst Shows Off Her Fargo Accent With Nick Offerman

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Kirsten Dunst is part of a large ensemble cast on the second season of Fargo, and a new trailer just dropped that shows a lot more of the story we have to look forward to than the teasers that were released a couple of weeks ago.

The new season--which takes place in 1979--follows Dunst's beautician Peggy Blomquist, her husband Ed, and State Trooper Lou Solverson, played here by Patrick Wilson as a younger version of Keith Carradine's character in season one. There's murder, tight sweaters, sweet Fargo accents, and lots of awesome facial hair popping up in the new trailer, which also gives us a glimpse at Nick Offerman in a very different role from that of Ron Swanson.

Season one of the series won rave reviews from critics and fans and earned several awards. Fans connected with the many threads the show followed, including a very famous one from the original Coen brothers film of the same name that involved an ice scraper and a big bag of money.

Kirsten Dunst has a couple more projects in the works for this year, including Woodshock and Midnight Special, but has also been busy sidestepping rumors that she's pregnant with beau Garrett Hedlund. The actress was spotted by photographers covering her tummy with a shopping bag, prompting speculation that she might be expecting. 33-year old Dunst said in an interview with Red Magazine that she has a bit of baby fever because so many of her friends are having kids.

"I'm in baby mode because two of my really good friends are pregnant right now. One of them is pretty chilled and the other's like, 'I can't wait to have a glass of wine!' I love it though. We've already picked her girl's name, it's done! I think 33 is a good age to have your first baby," Kirsten Dunst said.

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