Jesse Plemons Jokes Wife Kirsten Dunst Had To ‘Deal With’ His ‘Love & Death’ Hair: ‘God Bless Her’
All’s fair in “Love & Death”? That’s still up for debate. Elizabeth Olsen stars in the new Max limited series as Candy Montgomery, the real-life Texas homemaker and mother who was acquitted of killing her lover’s wife with an axe in 1980. Jesse Plemons and Lily Rabe round out the love triangle as Allan and Betty Gore, the husband with whom Candy has an affair and the new mother of two who loses her life after discovering the tryst. Access Hollywood spoke with the acclaimed actors in Los Angeles this week and the trio explained why Candy’s story and its outcome remain so fascinating after all these years. Elizabeth and Lily also detail shooting the brutal murder scene and Jesse jokes how wife Kirsten Dunst reacted to his ’80s hairdo. “Love & Death” premieres its first three episodes on Thursday, April 27 on Max.