February 8, 2021Bryce Dallas Howard, Seth Gabel Voice Star in Video Game ‘Maquette’

Howard recalls that there were some parts that were “somewhat improvisational that we would spontaneously come up with because it was all rooted in this place of character. She goes on to say that Lemoore had a vision of the chemistry he wanted to capture, and in order to do that, Howard and Gabel dug “a little bit deeper,” which she describes as a fun process.

Of the differences between voice recording for a video game and more traditional on-screen acting, Howard says that it’s more similar than one might think. “A character is a character is a character,” she says, though when you have the advantage of being able to use your face, you don’t have to necessarily focus as much on the articulation of what you’re experiencing emotionally being expressed verbally.”

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June 7, 2019Rocketman’s Bryce Dallas Howard on Elton John’s Mother, Taron Egerton’s Underwear, and That Accent

“I worked with a wonderful dialect coach, and I actually stayed in the accent the entire time. The process is like learning a language. If you immerse yourself in the country, and you’re speaking in a language all the time, your brain is going to connect the dots much faster than practicing in isolated spurts. The fact that we were shooting in the UK, I thought to myself, “I might as well just go for it.” I did that as well on a movie that I did years ago with Kenneth Branagh, called As You Like It. I did a British accent on that which was really fun. David Oyelowo was actually the person who told me — encouraged me — to do that. To stay in the accent the whole time. He’s a very loving person, and so he made me feel not embarrassed about it. I’m really grateful to him for that! So that’s kind of always been my approach to a dialect.

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May 22, 2019Rocketman Star Bryce Dallas Howard Says She Votes for the Environment With Every Dollar She Spends

Interestingly enough, like how my parents who are in the same generation as Elton John, they were listening to music that they had grown up with from their parents’ generation, I listened to a lot of music of my parents’ generation.

What’s crazy is that part of my introduction to Elton John was The Lion King because it came out when I was a kid. I remember falling in love with that movie and the soundtrack as everyone did, and then wanting to listen to more Elton John, so, I remember that being a segue for me.

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May 21, 2019Bryce Dallas Howard Talks Wearing Resale on ‘Rocketman’ Tour, Playing Elton John’s Mom

I don’t work with a stylist. I haven’t for quite a long time, but I get very good advice from my publicist Alex Schack. It’s funny because I was actually just telling someone the story of me buying [my red carpet] clothes and I realized that it started at my very first trip to Cannes when I was here with a Lars von Trier movie, Manderlay, in 2005. I managed to borrow a dress from Zac Posen, who is so lovely and ended up making my wedding dress later. And for everything else I didn’t really know what to do!

Usually, I keep the premiere dresses to auction and I’ve done maybe ten total including the [$300 ruby sequined Dress the Population gown from] the 2017 SAG Awards, the [$240 Topshop dress at the] 2017 Critics’ Choice Awards, dresses from the Jurassic World and Pete’s Dragon premieres, and a couple others last year. And I’ve resold at least 50 other red carpet looks.

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May 18, 2019Bryce Dallas Howard always ‘thanks’ the set after filming

The ‘Rocketman’ actress admitted she can be superstitious and follows a regular ritual whenever filming has wrapped, as well as having the traditional actor’s avoidance of uttering the title of Shakespeare’s play ‘Macbeth’.

Asked if she has any on-set superstitions, she told Total Film: “I don’t say the Scottish play. I won’t say that word.

“I also thank every set before I leave. People don’t notice I do it. I’m very stealth.

“But before I leave a set, what you’ll see is that I just stand there and look around. Then you’ll see me kiss my hand and press it to the wall. Just me being like, ‘Thank you.’ “

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May 9, 2019How Bryce Dallas Howard navigates the perils of fame

It’s one of those blisteringly bright hot California days, in a glassy, modern house high up in Los Angeles’ meandering hills, and Bryce Dallas Howard, 38, is looking for some shade. Though she’s at the apex of Hollywood royalty — she just starred in two blockbuster “Jurassic World” flicks that have raked in nearly 3 billion dollars worldwide, while her “Black Mirror” episode for Netflix was one of the buzziest in that series’ history — Howard seems somehow not of Hollywood, constitutionally out of place in its sunshine. With her red hair and very fair skin, she laughs, loudly: “Ha! I really love being indoors.”

She doesn’t live in a palm tree-framed glass box over Sunset Boulevard, but is instead raising her children (Theodore, 12, and Beatrice, 7) with her husband, actor Seth Gabel, in a leafy corner of Westchester County. She also deflects her leading lady status, pointing out that her role as Claire Dearing in the “Jurassic World” franchise was more of a “team role.”

“I haven’t been in the hot seat. I haven’t had the ‘It girl’ thing, that kind of pressure. The star of those films is the dinosaurs, really. And by the way, there’s also Chris Pratt,” she says, with another earthy, uproarious laugh.

Later this month, Howard plays Elton John’s mother, Sheila Dwight, in the musician’s biopic “Rocketman,” a major spectacle and a meditation on what it’s like to be born with an irrepressible, outsize talent, against all odds.

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May 8, 2019Tisch Drama ‘Women in Theatre’ Series Welcomes Bryce Dallas Howard

“I’ve had some remarkable mentors in my life who have helped me cultivate and enrich my understanding of the creative process and the benefits of unique styles of collaboration,” Howard said. “I’m so grateful for what’s unquestionably one of the most creatively stimulating times of my life, and I’m thrilled to share and collaborate with these young artists at this moment in my career. I hope that this class can be a one-of-a-kind of experience that provides students an opportunity to connect generations of storytellers for mutually beneficial collaboration. I envision this class as a springboard for lifelong relationships and ongoing creative endeavors.”

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May 4, 2019Bryce Dallas Howard Says Directing Star Wars TV Series ‘Mandalorian’ Was ‘Incredible’

“Yeah, it’s been amazing,” she told IBT at an event for Tide Purclean in early April. “Done directing, almost done editing. It’s awesome. It’s been incredible. And working under [executive producers] Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni has been such, just, I don’t know. It’s like going to Star Wars grad school. It’s so fun. Everyone is having such a good time all the time ‘cause you’re on a Star Wars set.”

“I’m directing full-time. So I’m directing right now a feature documentary, and then ‘Mandalorian’ and then there’s another feature for Netflix that I think is gonna happen in a few months, actually. And so yeah, I’ll then go and do ‘Jurassic’ and then hopefully more directing. I mean, I definitely always want to act, but for a little while it might be more kind of sort of between directing projects, I think.”

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April 26, 2019How Actress & Mom Bryce Dallas Howard Keeps It Eco-Friendly At Home

When it comes to teaching her kids about the importance of things like turning off the lights when a room isn’t in use, bringing reusable bags on family grocery runs, or limiting shower time, Howard says it’s a matter of leading by example and stressing the importance of every natural resource: “I tell them the same way you would handle something like a diamond is how we need to be having a relationship with nature, water, and food. Protecting these things is the most important thing in the world.”

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April 10, 2019Bryce Dallas Howard Praises ‘Mind-Blowing’ ‘Rocketman’ Star Taron Egerton: ‘He’s Extraordinary’

“There were a lot of work sessions between myself, Taron and Dexter, where we really worked out who Elton’s mother was and who his mother was, more importantly, to him, and that was really our way into it.” Bryce revealed that while she did not have any one-on-one conversations with Elton about his mother, Taron and he had in-depth talks about his life. “Elton was writing his autobiography at the time, while we were shooting, and he shared a lot, a lot, a lot with Taron,” she said. The mother of two continued to praise Taron for his portrayal of Elton, calling him “extraordinary.”

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April 10, 2019Bryce Dallas Howard on How #MeToo Era ‘Influenced Absolutely Everything,’ Becoming an Activist

Howard explained that Colin Trevorrow, the man behind the Jurassic World films, is the person who encouraged her to pursue more directorial projects.

“We were shooting Jurassic and this was right before that movement [began], but we could all feel it, obviously. It was overdue,” she said. “He said to me, ‘Bryce, there are a lot of actresses. There are not a lot of directors and certainly not a lot of female directors.’ He was like, ‘You have a responsibility,’ basically. I was like, ‘Oh, that’s a nice way to think about that.’ Since the last year or so, I’ve been directing full time and it’s been extraordinary.”

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April 9, 2019Bryce Dallas Howard says that her ‘Rocketman’ transformation into Elton John’s mom was inspired by her own mother’s appearance

“I was working on the movie and the makeup artist came over one day to do tests on me with the prosthetics and we needed to age me until 70,” Howard told us. “We were doing it and we felt that it didn’t quite look right and my mom walked in. This was at the hotel we were staying at, and she came and stood next to me and we were like, ‘Wait a second, we need to make [Bryce] look like her [Cheryl]!'”

“She’s 65 and she hasn’t messed with her face at all or anything, so it’s what I’m going to look like when I’m 65,” Bryce continued. “So that was something that was really fun. We were putting on a lot more freckles than we thought I needed at first and it made the right difference.”

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April 4, 2019Bryce Dallas Howard Tells Us the Crazy Story of How She Found Her Upstate New York Home

“AD: You mentioned you no longer live in Santa Monica. Where did you move to? Are you still in California?

BDH: We actually moved to upstate New York.

AD: Wow! That’s a big change from Hollywood.

BDH: Yes! We were in upstate New York for my brother’s wedding, and we’d been talking about moving the family from Los Angeles back to New York. And we kept driving past this one stone house that we loved. But it wasn’t for sale. Then, on our last day there, we got an email saying that very house was about to hit the market. When I walked in there, it was like completely immaculate inside too. So we ended up buying it.”

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April 4, 2019Bryce Dallas Howard Breaks Down ‘Pretty Wild’ Elton John Biopic ‘Rocketman’

“It’s pretty wild. It’s a pretty wild film. I sort of like … It’s definitely not a bio flick,” Howard said, saying it is “sort of in the vein of Moulin Rogue.”

“Elton John is still here. So, we were going to get to tell his story, while he’s still here,” Howard said. “…That’s the thing always when you’re telling someone’s story after they’re gone? You’re like, ‘Oh, is this right?’ Well, we’re going to know, because guess what? He’s one of the producers!”

“It was just kind of one of those once in a lifetime opportunities to get to be part of something like that,” Howard continued. “It’s just something that is really, really, kind of unexpected and fun.”

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January 15, 2019My worst moment: Bryce Dallas Howard and getting panned in her first big role

“As a young actor, getting a bad review in the New York Times, that’s one of your nightmares, and in this case it was like being found out. You’ve been caught and you just have to surrender to the situation that you’re in and take responsibility. But it was super freeing because the worst-case scenario happened and I got through it.

When I look back and remember the distress I felt of not being at the level that’s being asked of you, that was very painful. But seeing that I could be reviewed (badly) and that I could turn it around so quickly was so comforting. I wasn’t living in that fear anymore.

All of this stuff initially had to do with wanting to ‘make it.’ Being like, oh gosh, what’s the consequence of this kind of public feedback? But when you’re thinking about mastery rather than a career — because a career has to do with money and how you support yourself — but this was about my artistic development, looking at that and being like, yeah of course I’m not there yet. So what am I going to do to get there? You take the feedback and you keep practicing.

It was definitely intensely embarrassing, but ultimately encouraging and kind of like divine intervention. It took some time and a big old paradigm-shifting event to get me to that next level. This was also not just about getting out of my own way, it was about practice and the expertise of those around me and the honesty of my friends and the candor. And specificity of that review, because there was actual feedback and concrete insights I could apply.”

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December 17, 2018An affinity for animals

“>My sister Paige is the most enthusiastic person I know and so genuine and incredibly adorable and earnest and just so heart-centered—and she has a dog who is her life partner. This dog—his name is Beau—is her life. We don’t really know what he is, but he’s small and kind of white and adorable.

So when I think about Bella, I just think of my sister Paige and that very, very deep bond between her and Beau. She has a wonderful boyfriend, but the first question all of us asked was, “What does Beau think?” If Beau doesn’t like him, then he is gone. [laugh] A relationship with a dog or any animal kind of transcends what you would typically assume one of those relationships would be like and becomes almost like a soulmate.”

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November 2, 2018Home Entertainment Interview: Chris Pratt & Bryce Dallas Howard For ‘Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom’

“As an actor, on every single job you are just there to be of service to the filmmakers and that team, ultimately. We are like independent contractors who are brought in to provide a service. But, sometimes, you are lucky and sometimes you get brought in and you are hired to perform a service and they draw you into the inner circle and you get to be privy to their process. And sometimes you get to collaborate with them in that process. While we were making the first movie, Colin Trevorrow was an incredibly collaborative individual, and so we were always fantasizing about what a second movie could be and what a third movie could be. And Colin definitely had a very clear vision from the start with Steven Spielberg that they had worked out. Then, with this one, naturally, it was the same exact thing, talking about what might be possible. That is part of the fun. We do have a definite sense of the direction it’s going in.”

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October 23, 2018Bryce Dallas Howard Directs Documentary ‘Dads’ For Imagine

Imagine Documentaries has begun production on Dads, a feature documentary that Bryce Dallas Howard is directing. The film is described as a humorous look at what it means to be a father in the modern era across the globe.

“We’re already gaining profound insight into the responsibilities, the absurdities, the triumphs and the losses dad’s experience,” she said. “What we’ve uncovered so far has been emotional, enlightening, provocative, and insanely funny. My father is my hero and always has been, so it’s an honor and a privilege to get to share the stories of these remarkable dads from all walks of life, all heroes in their own right.”

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October 12, 2018Bryce Dallas Howard Says Kids ‘Don’t Like It When I Travel’

“They don’t like it when I travel for work,” Howard, who is promoting her upcoming film A Dog’s Way Home, tells PEOPLE. “But when I say that it’s something like this, A Dog’s Way Home, it’s very helpful.”

“It’s a very powerful negotiating tool,” she adds. “I’ll say, ‘I’m going to be gone for a week, I’m recording a voice.’ And they’re like, ‘Oh, how cute! A puppy!’ Like, ‘Okay, cool!’ “

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October 12, 2018Bryce Dallas Howard Voices a Sweet Puppy in ‘Emotional’ Adventure

“We saw A Dog’s Purpose before our cat died, and we intentionally watched it with our kids and it really, really helped,” the actress says. While the mother of two says she was “a wreck” during that film, she reveals A Dog’s Way Home is much more of an “adventure” film.”

“With this movie, it’s really emotional and it gets you,” she says. “But I would say it’s fun. There’s a lot of fun, there’s a lot of adventure. The movie is driven by the drive of this dog to find her way home and be reunited with her person. I think it’s really appropriate for younger kids.

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September 18, 2018Here’s What Bryce Dallas Howard Told Us About Working With Chris Pratt

It’s honestly the best. I highly recommend it [laughs]; it’s great for everyone. Everyone should get the full Chris Pratt experience, honestly. He’s an impeccable human being and a blast and I adore him. He’s so funny. He’s a total extrovert. I’m a secret introvert, like a talkative introvert, so it’s perfect because when we’re on set, I will whisper into his ear and he’s like this very charismatic, incredible leader, and yeah, it’s just good.

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September 18, 2018Bryce Dallas Howard on Life After ‘Jurassic World’ & Singing in the Elton John Biopic ‘Rocketman’

Before coming to Jurassic World, you hadn’t really done anything like this franchise before, so did you have any hesitation about signing on to it, in the beginning, or was it just an immediate yes, from the beginning?

HOWARD: Of course, it was an immediate yes! I got involved around May of 2013, and then the movie actually got pushed and no one else was cast yet. There was awhile where it was like, “I’m doing this, and damn, it’s not happening,” and I wasn’t really allowed to talk to people about it. And then, finally, when the movie got the green light and was happening, Chris [Pratt] was cast shortly thereafter and it became real. From the get-go, it was just me, desperately hoping that it would happen, and then it came through. And so, the fact that there’s now multiple movies is so great.

Are you singing in the film?

HOWARD: Yeah. Not a ton, but yeah.

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June 24, 2018Jurassic star Bryce Dallas Howard on reimagining Spielberg’s “terrifying” classic

Getting to play the determined, focused, yet clumsy and at times self-righteous Claire has also been a joy for Howard. “I think that the way that I’ve always thought about Claire — I shouldn’t speak for Chris but I will for just a second — I think it’s the same case for Owen,” she says.

“These characters are almost like cousins to our own personality. So it’s like Claire could definitely be my first cousin; Owen could definitely be Chris’ first cousin.

“There are inherent similarities between both of our personalities with our characters and I think with Claire, specifically, I really relate to her focus, her determination. She’s like a bit of a dork, so am I.”

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June 21, 2018Bryce Dallas Howard semi-risked her life to do this interview about Jurassic World with me

I insisted. I did. Because the moment was there where I was in the Dinosaur Protection Group office, and in the following scene I was in Lockwood’s mansion, and it was originally written for me to wear sneakers, and I was like, no. That’s less believable than dinosaurs being reanimated. This is a woman who outran a T-Rex in high heeled shoes, if she’s going to the office, she’s comfortable in heels. That was something that was really definitely important to me, because it felt really empowering to me personally, getting to play out that journey in the first movie, and the only thing that felt right was having an opening shot with high heels. Then of course when she goes to the island she’s prepared. She knows she’s going to be running around.

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June 20, 2018Bryce Dallas Howard semi-risked her life to do this interview about Jurassic World with me

Oh, man, that’s a really lovely question. You know what? I’m lying right now in bed, doing these phoners, and I look to my left and there’s an ocean. Like, I’m in Hawaii. I’m in a really happy state that is, like, life is good. But…you know, because everyone’s been super nice to me, honestly, that’s the truth of it. That is the truth. Everyone’s been really, really, really kind to me. I have felt that.

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June 20, 2018‘Jurassic World’s’ Bryce Dallas Howard leaves footprints on trilogy

“It’s so great!” she said. “When I did (the other) movies, I remember thinking to myself, because I was seeing the actors who had gone through two movies together … of camaraderie, and I always wanted to be part of that, to be there in the beginning.

“This is a dream, and I’m so happy it’s happened at this stage of my life, and I get to do another­ one as I head towards 40.”

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June 20, 2018Why the heels are back in ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’

That “ability to grow and evolve,” Howard said, is one of her favorite things about Claire.

“In this movie, her journey is really one that leaves her in a place of vulnerability. Whereas in Jurassic World, she reconnected to her humanity, and she was really stepping into her power. Now we see that this is a woman who stepped into her power, and she’s connecting to her heart and her vulnerability.”

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June 20, 2018‘Jurassic World 2’ Star Bryce Dallas Howard Is OK With You Talking About Her Heels, But It’s Time To Let It Go

“I mean I fought to wear heels in this movie and ensure that we were tracking my footwear as kind of religiously as we were tracking the science. And I think that it’s become an element, a metaphor for my character and her journey, so I’m super down,” she says of Claire, who lest you forget, started out the first film with what amounts to an office job.

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June 20, 2018‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ star Bryce Dallas Howard has no apology for her heels

The final footwear decision was hers at the time. Howard, who didn’t believe Claire would have flats in the office, turned down other workable concepts such as going barefoot (“I thought I’d get tetanus”) or a “Romancing the Stone” moment, chopping off the heels (“I didn’t want to copy that”).

“There was a point where we had to decide. I remember that day when I said, ‘I’m going to keep these shoes on, please,’ ” says Howard. “I always saw it as a really fun thing that she runs through the jungle in heels and the outfit gets totally demolished.”

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June 12, 2018‘Jurassic World’ Star Bryce Dallas Howard Reveals Her Happiness Secrets

On Her Children: “I’m into building any kind of scenario where your kids chat and you get to know them. We just installed a hoop above our garage, and my son and I are very excited about that.”

On Makeup: “I don’t wear a lot of makeup, but I love Blinc mascara ($26, because I can take it off so easily.” The mascara also gets a stamp of approval from the Good Housekeeping Institute Beauty Lab because it requires just a little water and pressure to remove, sliding off in hollow tubes.

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June 8, 2018Bryce Dallas Howard on Fertility Struggles and How a New Zealand Healer Helped Her Conceive

In a revealing new interview with ET, the Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom star is opening up about the health struggles she faced in her 20s and how the country helped her start a family, find solace and make a life-changing decision to leave Hollywood.

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June 8, 2018Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard Talk Dinosaurs, Parenting and Friendship

Howard looks forward to dinner with her kids. “I’m a totally terrible cook,” she says with a laugh, “but just hanging out with them—once they’ve stopped complaining about whatever’s being presented to them—it’s so fun.” After that, she’s either reading, or writing or watching a movie, or thinking about it. “I have a very one-track mind, very limited interests,” she says.

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May 29, 2018We Asked Chris Pratt And Bryce Dallas Howard 15 “Who’s Most Likely To…”

Before Chris and Bryce could attempt to save the day once more, we managed to grab the pair for a quick chat, and what better way to spend that time than by playing a game of “Who’s most likely to…”? That’s got to be better than fighting dinosaurs every day…right? Take it away, guys!

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May 2, 2018 — “Why Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom will be “more scary than ever”

Star Bryce Dallas Howard, who returns as Claire, puts it a little more bluntly. “You can imagine what [J.A.’s] version of this movie is going to be, because he is just really good at scaring the shit out of you, and doing it in a way that’s emotionally rooted,” she says. “It’s connected to character, as opposed to connected to the jump scares.”

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April 25, 2018On Set interview: What to expect from Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom

“To speak to what you were saying regarding Claire and the way she’s shifted, her internal self and her external self are starting to become one whereas in the last film her behavior, her actions were really out of alignment with her values. That was the inner conflict with the character and by the end of it her power is being used for good; her righteousness is being used for good. The very thing that was leading her astray is the very thing that saved Chris Pratt and two cowering children surrounded by stuffed animals!

Where we are now, I think, is we’re seeing a woman who is definitely stepping into her power. She’s fighting for these dinosaurs. She’s taking responsibility and trying to basically present the argument that there’s lions in the world and there are dangerous species of snakes and sharks… there’s all these dangerous creatures and yet if those creatures are threatened with an extinction level event we protect them. So, guys, we have an endangered species here. They’re actually here. This is now reality.”

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April 19, 2018Jurassic World: Bryce Dallas Howard still wears high heels in Fallen Kingdom

One of the biggest discussions that emerged from the release of 2015’s Jurassic World was, “Why the hell does Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) wear heels throughout the movie?” Despite being in the jungle and having to run from various gigantic terrifying dinosaurs, Claire never took off her high heels. This did not please the internet, to say the least.

Well, America, your concerns have been addressed…sorta. “We didn’t think that folks were going be as excitable as they were,” says Howard in retrospect about “heel-gate,” adding that co-writer/executive producer Colin Trevorrow wanted to make sure that the audience’s concerns were heard. However, Howard — who actually trained her ankles for the high-heel stunts in the first film — was adamant that they also stayed true to the character.

Claire has made a 180-degree shift from dinosaur hater to lover, but that doesn’t mean she’s ready to ditch her heels completely. “I wanted it to be clear from the beginning that Claire has changed and she’s wearing heels still,” notes Howard. “A person can have an inner journey and still love heels! And, yes, she’s prepared to go to the island and she’s wearing boots.”

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April 9, 2018Bryce Dallas Howard Is Standing Up for What She’s Worth

“A few weeks ago, I was talking to a male friend of mine who is a costar about pay inequity,” says Bryce hesitantly. Then, more determinedly: “You know what? I’m just going to share this. I said, ‘I’ve been number one on the call sheet the majority of the time, but always top five. Would you assume I have over a million dollars in the bank?’ And he said, ‘Yeah.’ ” (Remember: star of Jurassic World, $1.6 billion.) “ ‘No. And that’s myself and my husband combined.’ His face was like, Wait, what?!” Yours too?”

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April 1, 2018 — “Lady Of The Dinosaurs” – Ciak Magazine (translated)

Her Claire is going back to Isla Nublar – this time, without heels. And Bryce Dallas Howard is thinking about directing.

What’s the question you’ve been asked the most about the Jurassic World sequel?
I was expecting something scientific about dinosaurs, or something philosophical about mankind’s desire to play God, yet all anybody wants to know is whether my Claire Dearing has stored her heels away or stubbornly keeps running around in them.

And the answer is…?
You, too! Well, when she’s back on the island, Claire is ready and better equipped with explorer’s boots. Though she does have her beloved heels when we first see her in the so-called civilization. The costume department wanted me to wear comfortable shoes, flats or sneakers. I insisted: are you kidding me? Claire is casually elegant, she would never give her heels up. Happy now?

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She’s the focus of the story, this time…
Claire founded the Dinosaur Protection Group and is leading the return to the island to save them, also thanks to the aid of Owen Grady. So I’d say it’s more of a collaboration. Still, Claire’s evolution since the first scenes of Jurassic World is sensational. And it’s not over yet.

Do you have any suggestions for what her story will be in the third installment?
Maybe she could be the founder of a Dinosaur Party and become the new President of the United States. We could really use that…

What differences have you noticed between Colin Trevorrow, director of the first movie, and J. A. Bayona?
They are both great cinephiles, kind and brilliant – Spielberg, the producer, wouldn’t randomly choose his collaborators. J.A. has a more european approach, an irresistible accent and impeccable taste: he confessed, blushing, that his movie crush as a viewer has always been Penélope Cruz. And two years ago he had a cameo in La reina de España only because she was in it.

This is the first sequel in your career, is that correct?
Yes, and it was like coming back to a family. I have never been part of an ongoing tv series, so the only fitting comparison I can think of is that of a theater company, where the scripts change but the actors don’t. It’s wonderful.

What’s in your future plans?
Debuting as a director. I’ve done some short movies, commercials, documentaries, and I’ve done some theater directing. But I’m aiming at an actual movie.

The last time I interviewed your father he said he has a desire of going back to acting. And that he’s waiting to work with you.
That’s great, I’ll be happy to audition him. That’s what he did when he picked his mother, aka my grandma, for a part in Cocoon.

(Original Interview © Marco Giovannini, Ciak Magazine, April 2018)
Kindly translated by Alice.

September 17, 2017 — “Bryce Dallas Howard’s 5 Secret Spots to Visit in New Zealand”

“New Zealand is this magical dreamland,” she tells InStyle. “It’s like a utopia where the people radiate kindness and the adventures of the natural world call to you.”

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August 15, 2017 — “Bryce Dallas Howard’s Guide to Her “Restorative Safe Haven”

Howard’s favorite meal in the country to date, however, took place at The Landing, a luxury property on an award-winning vineyard in the Bay of Islands. There’s no set menu. Instead, guests can dive for their own crayfish and scallops in a nearby cove and the chefs will create dishes with the finds. Or, tuck into a garden-to-table meal “where the produce is particularly amazing. I just had a really killer meal there.”

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June 18, 2017 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Says N. Zealand Like ‘Some Other Planet’

“We arrived at night, in Queenstown, and I’ll never forget this: I woke up, and there were these huge, huge windows in the house where we were staying. I looked out, and it was as if I’d stepped into a portal, or been transported to some other planet. It was like a Utopian version of Earth.”

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June 14, 2017 — “‘Black Mirror’ Star Bryce Dallas Howard on Why She Gained 30 Pounds for the Role”

“If you allow your spirit to be broken by trying to conform in ways that are not even possible, you will be off track for your entire life and you will lose track of what is important in every area. That’s insanity,” the actress said.

“It was really important for me to show that this insecurity that she feels in the world is because she’s not comfortable in her own skin,” she continued. “She’s not accepting herself for who she is. I wanted it be about image, and about how people want to control what other people think about them by trying to control themselves in ways that are harmful.”

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June 1, 2017 — “Oscar Winners, Global Stars Compete in Packed Best Actress in a Limited Series/Movie Category”

“I’ve acted in things that are one minute long and I’ve acted in things that should have been shorter, let’s just say that. This goes to show why a category like this is so important because it’s so inclusive and it includes different kinds of storytelling platforms and allows those kinds of stories to also be included with more mainstream projects.”

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March 2, 2017 — “Bryce Dallas Howard on ‘Jurassic World’ Sequel, Beyonce and Buying Off-the-Rack”

“Making a Jurassic film is challenging, exhilarating and most importantly fun. No matter the footwear, Claire is a woman who gets things done. I’m so excited to be doing it a second time. Plus Chris Pratt is here every day doing his spontaneous dance parties — what’s better than that?”

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February 10, 2017 — “Interview Magazine: Bryce Dallas Howard”

“I’ve never, ever, in my entire life, been upset at a casting choice. I started taping my dad’s auditions when I was 11, when he was auditioning actors for one of his movies. I would see, over and over again, that there wasn’t just one actor for the role. It was really clear that there were a lot of people who could play a character really well, and it would always come down to something kind of weird and non-obvious as to why a person was cast. If you’re not right, you’re not right, but that’s okay.”

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February 7, 2017 — “Inside the World of Bryce Dallas Howard”

“I am going… to be staying in New York for a couple of weeks for work. It’s okay though because it always seems like a holiday.

I am loving… my kids and hubby. I miss them! They’re in LA and I was looking at pictures of all of them. When you’re away, after a full nights rest, you miss your kids but when you’re at home and getting no sleep it’s a different story.

I am reading… Unsubscribe: How to Kill Email Anxiety, Avoid Distractions, and Get Real Work Done by Jocelyn Glei. She’s the founder of and it’s a small, quick book about how to manage emails and our relationship to them. It’s so needed in my life and it’s so fantastic.”

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February 5, 2017 — “Bryce Dallas Howard glad Matthew McConaughey was heavier and balding in new movie”

“It’s interesting because I have played characters who are completely the opposite of me and I have played characters that like could be my cousin  –  Claire in Jurassic World could be my cousin. Hilly Holbrook from The Help – I like to think I am nothing like her! My family is from the Deep South and Oklahoma, so I had seen these characters and relationship and knew that kind of a couple. It was really wonderful for me to play someone who had a mindset that was very different from mine and to just understand what it was – like the bond that was between them.”

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January 29, 2017 — “Bryce Dallas Howard: The Everywoman’s Red Carpet Icon”

“It’s a dress that I ordered late last year from Nordstrom,” Howard told Vanity Fair, via phone from Los Angeles earlier this month, “and I wasn’t sure exactly what I was necessarily going to use it for.” She was waiting for the right event, and Sunday’s ceremony, where she is nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Miniseries or Television for Black Mirror, was it. She paid $308. “I’ve done more press in the last few years than I’ve done in my entire career,” Howard said, “and it has been so relaxing, and so fun, and so empowering.”

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January 27, 2017 — “Bryce Dallas Howard talks ‘Gold,’ NYU and high-heel backlash”

I hear you’ve got plans to return to NYU to finish your degree.
“Well, it’s something that I’ve been chipping away at for far too long, but really enjoying myself. I’ll finish it up by actually being able to attend classes. You know, it’s not the most straight forward way to do everything online.”

Any place you’re looking forward to going when you return to college life?
“Angelica Kitchen I’m really into. … And, I mean, I just like to hang out in the West Village, mostly.”

Regarding the “Jurassic World” sequel, there’s whispers the heels will be coming off for your character, Claire, this time.
“Honestly? [Because of the high-heel backlash in the 2015 film] now I want her to wear heels. Plus, I became such an expert at ankle exercises, you have no idea.”

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January 27, 2017 — “Bryce Dallas Howard interview: Gold, Black Mirror and Jurassic World 2″

“It’s just fun getting to work with him because he’s at this moment in his career where there’s so much creativity, exploration and courageousness. On set, it was so fun because we would shoot and shoot and shoot and at a certain point you lost track of when they were actually filming. Scenes would come alive. I haven’t always felt that I’ve been able to inhabit a character in the way that I got to inhabit Kay.”

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January 26, 2017 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Just May Be the Happiest Person in Hollywood”

“And when reflecting on the attention and accolades surrounding Black Mirror in particular, Howard is probably more frank than most. “Honestly, what it comes down to is that I feel acknowledged as an actor if I get the opportunity to work or if I get invited to callbacks or if I’m getting invited to be in the room,” she says. “That to me, honestly, is the satisfaction that I crave.”

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January 25, 2017 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Says Hollywood Needs To Change”

“There needs to be an adjustment about how actors are paid in general and I’ve felt this for a long time. We should be paid like doctors and lawyers at best. There are a lot of us; there are more failures than there are successes. In order to make this business sustainable we need to do a correction.”

Read More »»» Elle Australia

January 25, 2017 — “Bryce Dallas Howard talks Jurassic World sequel, digging deep in Gold and her Matthew McConaughey teen crush”

Q: Why did you pick the Gold part?
A: It was interesting for me to get into this, because the mindset was different. I had just finished Jurassic World and Pete’s Dragon.

Q: Do you enjoy playing diametrically opposed roles?
A: I’ve been doing this the whole time I’ve been acting. In college (New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts), I’d go from edgy avant-garde to street theatre stuff. There would always be this darkness and then light.

Q: Are you preparing for Jurassic World 2 in London?
A: We’re figuring it out now. The kids are coming out for their breaks and during the summer.

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January 25, 2017 — “Bryce Dallas Howard on developing her character in ‘Gold’ and growing up in Hollywood”

““There were two ways, really. One was through the hair and costumes and working with the costume designer and developing that instinct — this is her, this is not her — then looking in the mirror at the finished product. ‘Who are you? What would I think of that lady?’ And the other way, I watched Urban Cowboy with Debra Winger again, and I was just — the way she was, so present and alive and passionate, yet also, how dysfunctional and destructive their relationship was. I was like, ‘I think I know this couple. I think I can recognize this kind of partnership.’”

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January 24, 2017 — “Why Bryce Dallas Howard Kept Her Daughter’s Style Gender-Neutral”

“My [original] approach was that she was gonna wear primarily hand-me-downs from her brother,” Howard, who stars alongside Matthew McConaughey in the crime adventure film Gold, tells PEOPLE Now of her little girl Beatrice Jean, 5. “And that’s what I did. She was bald for a very long time, and so gender [was] a little unclear,” adds the actress, 35. “But that was fine, and there was no problem. I really wanted to wait for her to lead me in a certain direction.”

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January 23, 2017 — “On Buying Her Red Carpet Dresses: ‘I Want to Feel Good’

“I have a few girlfriends I look up to in terms of style. I went to college with Daphne Javitch and Katherine Waterston. Daphne and Katherine are really good friends. They were at various times in my young life — I was their project. They’re supportive girlfriends,” says Howard. “I had to accept that loungewear is not acceptable in all circumstances. It was more about having fun and figuring it out. When I was 20, all I wanted to do was look 38. Now, here I am, I’m almost 36 — yes, a blazer is going to always work! Daphne and Katherine would show me paintings of women with curves. Look how sensual this is. They would encourage that.”

Read More »»» Yahoo Style

January 18, 2017 — “In My Library: Bryce Dallas Howard

Here’s what’s in her library:

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
A boy named Santiago has a dream about a treasure hidden in the Egyptian pyramids, and journeys to find it. It’s almost like Siddhartha’s journey, as he grows and learns lessons and falls in love and ultimately comes back to where he began, where the treasure was all along. This was the first book I bought multiple copies of. I gave one to my father for Christmas. He loved it!

Unsubscribe by Jocelyn K. Glei
This is basically a self-help book that helps you manage your addiction to e-mail. It’s stupid: If I hear from someone I care about, I angst about my e-mail back and not answer, but I’ll answer a stranger promptly! I’m always apologizing. This book helped show me you can really just say no.

The Swans of Fifth Avenue by Melanie Benjamin
This is a fictional but heavily researched account of the most powerful and glamorous society women in New York in the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s, women like Babe Paley, who were great friends with Truman Capote before he betrayed them. I heard about the swans as a teenager and became obsessed with them. I’ve optioned the book and want to turn it into a miniseries.

Just Kids by Patti Smith
Smith’s memoir is largely about her friendship with Robert Mapplethorpe, which started when they were teenagers in New York. My late teens were spent downtown with friends, and we went through a lot of ups and downs. This book is heartbreaking, warming and honest.

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January 18, 2017 — “Bryce Dallas Howard on What She’d Steal From Her ‘Gold’ Characters’ Closet
“[The costumes] were wild,” Howard said from the red carpet of the film’s New York premiere, hosted by TWC-Dimension with Popular Mechanics and Wild Turkey Bourbon. “And really fun and really representative of the epitome of gaudiness in the Eighties, you know? When I came to set, I saw Matthew [McConaughey] with his belly and the shaved head and the teeth. I was like, ‘Fantastic, we can go further. My hair can be curlier, the boobs can be bigger, I can wear gold lamé a little bit more.’ It was great to be able to go further with the character and costumes is a great way to express that.” Howard admitted there was one item she’d want to steal from Kay’s closet: a pair of high-waisted Levi jeans. “I wouldn’t have the courage to wear the bra, but I wish I did,” she added.
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January 17, 2017 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Opens Up About Her Son’s Red Carpet Advice
“My son is very honest,” Howard dished of 9-year-old Theodore. “My daughter [4-year-old Beatrice], she has no perspective. She thinks everything is beautiful, which is awesome. I mean, he’ll just look at it and just be like, ‘No,'” she hilariously revealed of her son’s honesty..”
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January 16, 2017 — “Bryce Dallas Howard talks about preparing for Jurassic World 2
“I was kind of surprised when he pitched me the story because it leads the story to a place that we’ve never seen before and it brings some of the most important elements from the other films and makes something with them. I thought that was very interesting. It’s the second chapter of a trilogy so it gets the story to a place that wants you leaving more and more.”
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January 9, 2017 — “Bryce Dallas Howard is studying for her college degree
“That was the right thing to do at that time and I do feel good about it,” says Howard. “I was very focused on school and was auditioning simultaneously — when I eventually got a job that was my focus. I haven’t been at school since then — and actually all that time I’ve been chipping away at my degree. The irony of it all is that I was a drama major, and now I’ve done so much of it in sociology that I’m probably going to end up being a sociology major.”
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January 4, 2017 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Shops Online for Red Carpet Looks

“I got a Balmain dress,” said Howard, practically beaming. “I haven’t worn it yet!” After experimenting with palette and silhouette, she’s willingly trying out a few other wardrobe changes for 2017. “I got a pair of clogs,” she said, adding that she’s also in the midst of a Marie Kondo–like purge. “After all this consuming, I want to hopefully do [a] capsule collection! Not designing a capsule collection necessarily, [but] getting rid of all my stuff so I only have between 30 and 50 items.” And with Sunday’s Globes approaching, how will Howard be dressing for the occasion? “I have plans to stay at home and wear pajamas.”

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August 18, 2016 — “Five Minutes With: Bryce Dallas Howard”

If you weren’t in the movie industry, what profession would you go for?
“This is an adjacent industry—writing. When I was thinking about what I should focus in on, writing was first before acting. I interned at Vanity Fair for a while and wanted to see the side of writing that was more commercial and financially sustainable other than being a novelist, which is very difficult in order to support a family, working freelance as a writer. I could definitely see teaching. I would love that. Definitely literature, and maybe sociology or psychology. Of course, I would have to go through more years of school in order to be able to be a teacher.”

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December 25, 2016 — “Hollywood Celebrates Christmas”

“The night before. We get to open a gift on Christmas Eve. We spent a lot of time together watching a lot of movies. On New Years is black eyed peas and there’s just a rhythm to the holidays. The same people gather every year, always with my parents, in Connecticut. We do Santa stuff. In 35 years, in my parent’s household, every Christmas is really centered towards young kids; whether it would be us growing up or my younger cousins or now, my kids and my sibling’s kids. So every Christmas has stayed the same routine. It’s about the kids.”

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December 25, 2016 — “For many Hollywood stars, Christmas is time with family”

“What I have been trying to do lately, and there are so many companies that are doing this, is find products or gifts that have some sort of altruistic goals built into their business plan. It’s like Toms Shoes—you buy a pair of shoes, and a pair of shoes gets donated, or a feed bag. What I try to do is I make a list of what those companies might be, then try to center things around that. “

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December 14, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Talks SAG Award Nomination and Reuniting With ‘The Help’ Cast”

“With these kinds of things, you never know, which is why I put it out of my head entirely,” she admits, while adding that it coming from the Screen Actors Guild feels particularly special: “Maybe this is a little corny, but I’m a third-generation actor. So, it’s awesome be recognized in that way.” […] “I feel acknowledged as an actor if I get the opportunity to work, or if I get invited to callbacks, or if I’m getting invited to be in the room,” she says. “To me, honestly, that’s the satisfaction that I crave.”

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December 14, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard feared the worst when she heard about her SAG nomination”

“I really thought there had been some catastrophe,” she told The Times, laughing, not long after the nominations were announced. “We’re wired to immediately think emergency.” […] “[The nomination] is meaningful to me because I’m a third-generation actor, and this being SAG and having grown up attending meetings — this is wonderful,” she said.

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December 11, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard on her childhood and parenting

“I absolutely loved it and decided to do it as a double major. I guess that career won out,” she laughs. “I knew the odds. I wasn’t dreaming of all that Hollywood stuff, so it’s awesome that this is actually working out.”

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November 29, 2016 — “Interview: Bryce Dallas Howard of Pete’s Dragon

“I think that is part of what is so exhilarating and exciting about the creative process. As it’s coming together you don’t necessarily know what the end result is going to be like and yet you’re with a group of people you trust and admire and look to to contribute. That’s what is so electrifying and that’s the magic of the creative process.”

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November 29, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard on Jurassic World Return, Pete’s Dragon Experience’

“The script is awesome. I saw Chris [Pratt] this week. I’ve seen everyone in London recently. Yeah, we’re talking about details now. We’re, like, down to the details. It’s pretty exciting. It’s going to be the first time that I’ve ever gone back to something. My husband [Seth Gabel] works predominantly in TV. I’m always like, “Ah, you’re working with your friends again. You’re so lucky!” I feel very lucky.”

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November 29, 2016 — “Why Bryce Dallas Howard isn’t Afraid to Go ‘Weird’ & ‘Extreme’

“So, for me, all of my family who have worked in creative fields, I have that forever, and that’s something that’s priceless. So to think that that’s something that my kids could, when I’m long gone, that my relatives — even relatives that I don’t meet down the road — could maybe see that, that’s wild and surreal! I actually have never thought about that specifically until you just mentioned that. That my great grandkids and stuff … Oh, I’ve got to stay on my game!”

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November 29, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard takes us Behind the Scenes of Pete’s Dragon

“To see the story go from a little boy having courage and a beautiful friendship with a dragon, and then going on to find his family in the most unexpected ways; that’s a very hopeful story. In a way, finding your family after going through that is a miraculous experience. It’s almost a metaphor for the miracle and the magic that is actually what a family is, a close group of people who are dedicated and committed to each other for life.”

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November 17, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard’s phone sounds like the one she has in “Black Mirror

“You know, what I didn’t actually realize it, but my friend pointed it out after Black Mirror, but my own phone sounds like the the ‘ding’ that you get when you get a rating,” She laughs. “Every single time it would happen [my friends] would shiver, so I definitely need to change my phone.”

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November 2, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard’s Family Could Barely Sit Through Her Episode of Black Mirror

“When I started Instagram, it was just me posting! But then at some point, like eight months ago, I realized I could see what other people were sharing. It was so exciting and so fun, but it was like I’d already gotten into the rhythm of sharing and not worrying about what it was like compared to other accounts. I think that was kind of protective, in a way.”

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November 1, 2016 — “Black Mirror Star Bryce Dallas Howard Joined Social Media After Meeting ‘The Bryce Squad'”

“There’s this group of young women who have formed really incredible friendships and they call themselves ‘The Bryce Squad’… and before I joined social media, that was part of the reason that I wanted to join,” the 35-year-old said. “I was like, ‘Wow, they’re so supportive and wonderful.”

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November 1, 2016 — “Black Mirror star Bryce Dallas Howard stresses out over her social media accounts”

“It’s so stressful,” she says, revealing that she is also the sort of person who worries about making spelling and grammatical mistakes in posts. Howard says: “I very rarely am, like, ‘I just want to post that’, and post it within 15 seconds. It takes some time.”

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October 28, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard and Alice Eve explain why they’re wary of the ‘cartoon world’ of social media

“I think that [through social media], people are universally experiencing what public figures have dealt with for a while. When I first started doing press when I was a young actor… I knew what to do on a set, or on a stage, but press is totally different. People would always be like, “Just be yourself,” and I’m like, “What fucking version?” Really! So much of my 20s was about investigating, like … who am I, really, because I’m being put on the spot here to represent a version of myself, and I’m not prepared to do that at all. I’m prepared to be one on one with people, but other than that, I don’t get it. And so I think that now, we’re all sort of keenly aware of how we come off — or we’re keenly aware that we’re choosing to come off a certain way.”

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October 26, 2016 — Bryce Dallas Howard on Body Image, Social Media, and Gaining 30 Pounds for Black Mirror”

“I joined social media not even a year ago. I joined on Thanksgiving, and then within two weeks I was doing this job. So this show was a part of my mindset, and I was able to think critically about it. Social media is a performance like any other form of entertainment, and acknowledging that is important. For me personally, I don’t go onto Twitter or Facebook, my hubby helps me out because sometimes I’m concerned that I’ll see something that will upset me, and I don’t have a way to work it out with that person. In the beginning, I started posting and someone I’m close to said, “you’re only posting pictures of yourself in your grungy pajamas. You’re an actress be aspirational.” Then I was like, “I’m not living an aspirational life on a day-to-day basis.” For a while after that I was only taking pictures of, like, objects.”

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October 26, 2016 — Bryce Dallas Howard Says Her ‘Black Mirror’ Social Media Nightmare ‘Is Happening Already'”

“The way that I was raised was to not be very conscious of yourself. I think because my parents were mindful of the fact that there might be a little bit more attention growing up and pressure or focus, that they went the opposite way with us. Myself and my siblings, we’re not self-conscious people. So having to be careful or thoughtful about what I’m putting out there and what I look like when taking a photograph? Having that kind of awareness takes some effort.”

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October 25, 2016 — “Ron Howard had to sell Bryce Dallas Howard on Facebook”

“Howard felt pressure in the industry as well — as the star of the blockbuster “Jurassic World,” the actress said offers increasingly have come saddled with obligations for sharing ‘on my socials’. I started seeing in contracts for jobs. They would request a certain amount of posts for things and I thought, man, my employers are requesting this and I’m not able to provide it,” she said.”

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October 22, 2016 — Black Mirror Postmortem: How Bryce Dallas Howard Took a ‘Nosedive'”

“We did a read-through before shooting, and he was there via Skype in a very Black Mirror sort of way. The script never changed; on other projects, you get new pages every single day. It felt kind of like a play.”

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October 21, 2016 — Black Mirror’s Stars and Writers on How They Made the Most Disturbing Season yet”

“It’s the real world, enhanced, the way Howard took her own “absurd” laugh (as she described it to me) and tweaked it into Lacie’s “operatic giggle.” Howard recalls reading Mason Currey’s book, Daily Rituals: How Artists Work, and realizing that even in centuries past, people would set aside hours of their day to devote to the maintenance of their public self. “People would have time to write or work or do whatever they were doing, and then there was always a time of the day that was for for writing letters or entertaining visitors,” she says. “I was like, oh, everyone always needs to do email. Some version of emails has always happened.”

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September 15, 2016 — Bryce Dallas Howard Stars in your next Netflix binge series”

“Right before the holidays, I got a call from Joe Wright, who I had met about ten years previously, and he said, ‘You know, I’m doing an episode of Black Mirror and we don’t have a script yet but we have an outline, would you take a look at the outline and consider this?’ And I did and I immediately said to him, ‘Yes!’ And he said, ‘Wait, you don’t need to see the script?’ And I was like, ‘Absolutely not!’ So then I needed to watch more episodes of Black Mirror but I knew how to do it: during the day, next to my husband with a certain bit of perspective. I was instantly on board.”

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September 13, 2016 — Happy days for Pete’s Dragon Star Bryce Dallas Howard”

“I have memories of my dad being there but we were actually on the set and would have tutors or go to a local school. I don’t remember him ever missing anything with one exception,” she says. “When I was young and was captain of the varsity basketball team, he was shooting something and didn’t make it to the games and he still says it’s his biggest regret in life, which I’ve told him, ‘dude, you’re off the hook!'”

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September 13, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard reflects on her role in Black Mirror”

“I wasn’t on social media until Thanksgiving of last year. And I delayed it so long, because I was like, I have no idea what … like, who am I? I don’t know what to present. Even coming up with the logo for Instagram, like, what your thing is? What do I say about myself? I don’t know. I have some boundaries in place for myself, and I think it’s a little bit easier because I was 35 when I started, it’s not so integrated into my life.”

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September 8, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard wants to move to New Zealand”

“We lived in Mt Maunganui and went to a school nearby. I loved the school that they went to in New Zealand. And so that was all really fun and we got our beach experience. And then we went down to Tapanui, and it was a totally different topography and we lived [on] a farm. I saw them have more peace than I’ve ever seen them have. Just a desire to play outside and not be around the iPad. It was really, really beautiful.”

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September 3, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard on body image, depression, and fire-breathing co-stars”

The actor says she was nonplussed by recent media reports that she was told to lose weight for the role. “I felt so bad when I saw that. I was like no, no they are the good guys. If the character is an athlete, you want the character to look like an athlete. If the character is someone who is struggling to lose weight, you want the character to look like someone who is struggling to lose weight. I am really very mindful of how my character should look and I am always working to achieve that.”

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August 19, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard: I’m a crazy hermit – I’m either at work or at home”

“When I was at the Critics’ Choice Awards last year, I went up to the Disney Pixar table and was like: ‘Guys, I really want to be a Disney voice, please, please, please.’ One of my best friends Josh Gad – who is godfather to my children – is the voice of Olaf in Frozen and I’m so jealous.”

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August 18, 2016 — “The Bryce is Right”

‘I’m always cold,’ she explains, gathering her cushions into a nest and curling back into them. ‘Look, I’m even wearing stockings.’ She wiggles her toes, happily freed of their Saint Laurent heels. Today she is snugly stylish in a Mad Men-style Narciso Rodriguez pencil skirt and a red, pussy-bow Valentino blouse. ‘I call my style “cover up” because I love being as covered up as possible,’ she says.

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August 18, 2016 — “Five Minutes With: Bryce Dallas Howard”

I had got really into basketball when I was young and was on the Varsity team and was the captain of the Varsity basketball team and all that kind of stuff. My dad was shooting something at the time and he didn’t make it to the basketball games and he said it was the biggest regret in life. And I am like, ‘Dude, you’re off the hook!’ I think because his parents were so just engaged as parents and really wonderful, my dad has really high expectations for himself as a parent, sometimes almost too high, and so I think in a way I also inherited that.

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August 14, 2016 — “We Chat with Pete’s Dragon Star Bryce Dallas Howard”

“I would go into the woods every morning and I would have these epic fantasies that happened every single day in my mind with my imaginary friend.I’ve been in this territory of like mythological creatures, or extinct creatures. And it’s this zone of fantasy meeting reality. I’m a really big fan of unicorns. The Last Unicorn was one of my favorite movies as a child. I was always in the backyard running from the big, red bull.”

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August 14, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard reveals her sadness at discovering she has no Irish blood”

“She may not have roots here but Bryce is a huge fan of the country and holds special affection for Fungi the dolphin. She said: “I was obsessed with him when I was a kid. I actually looked him up online the other day and he is still alive and swimming around the harbour. I was so happy.”

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August 13, 2016 — “’I don’t Like hating people’ Says Director David Lowery”

“It’s always been fun for me. My background is in theater, and in theater, you have almost nothing. You have just a stage, and you’re looking out, and it’s like, “Oh, there’s the forest, and there’s the kingdom!”

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August 12, 2016 — “Exclusive Interview with Bryce Dallas Howard”

“There was a day where we were shooting in the forest. Bob was there and Oakes was there and Oona. I just remember looking up and it was just kind of perfect and idyllic. No one was on their phones. It felt like that kind of innocent perfect moment. I’m realizing the older I get how much of a privilege that is.”

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August 12, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Proves Ron Howard is the Greatest Dad Ever”

The pink dress Howard is wearing in that picture was a memorable one, since it was made for her by the costume designer on the film, Daniel Orlandi. “I remember this fitting! I felt so grown-up, like, ‘Oh my gosh, costume designer is paying attention to me and dressing me,’ ” she says. Almost exactly 20 years later, “Daniel Orlandi was the costume designer for Jurassic World!” she explains. “It was such a wonderful thing.”

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August 12, 2016 — “Why Pete’s Dragon Stars Bryce Dallas Howard & Wes Bentley are the coolest parents ever”

“Howard and Bentley both have a kid of their own, ironically a son and daughter, and it helps that their families are close. So close, in fact, that Bentley says Howard “felt comfortable enough” to break into his house in New Zealand (where the film was shot) and retrieve a gift he got for her. Howard says the families even went on vacation together and stayed in a house on an island off the New Zealand coast. Their kids are super close and Howard’s hubby Seth briefly worked with Bentley on AHS: Hotel.”

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August 12, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard on Having Kids in a Hard World”

“As heartbreaking as the world can be, Howard holds on to her parents’ advice and her own hopefulness to remain positive, and encourages all women to do the same. “We need to have faith that there are people coming into the world who, as every generation, have something to offer and give and have a vision for the future. If you feel called to, have kids. It is scary, but it’s motivating. It makes me, as a parent, not want to be complacent.”

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August 12, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Explains Why Her New Movie Will Make You Weep”

“As far as being on set, I think that David [Lowery, the director] gathered together the most earnest people on planet Earth. Including the kids. Including Bob. And certainly with David. Like I learned 5 minutes into meeting David don’t make any ironic jokes because he looks at you with these doe eyes because he’s so genuine and so earnest. It was a very supportive, sensitive, innocent set. A very innocent set. My kids were there. It was just this really awesome, very Disney experience all around.”

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August 11, 2016 — “The Unignorable Bryce Dallas Howard”

Of the many lessons she gleaned from her own childhood spent on movie sets, Howard said that the most enduring is that not everyone finds success — which is why, when asked to name the moment in her career that has made her the happiest, Howard gleefully replied, “The fact that it’s happening at all!”

“In my mind I thought, Prepare yourself for a long haul here. Prepare for crippling disappointment, prepare for significant rejection. That’s what I was expecting. And there was that, but … it would always feel unexpected,” she continued, trying to find the words to articulate further. Despite early adversity, nepotism worries, rude comments about her appearance from tabloids, and reviews that range from glowing to glowering, things are working out for Bryce Dallas Howard — and it hasn’t gone unnoticed. “I know the statistics. I know the odds. I know how many great people are out there. … I am consistently surprised and delighted every time I get another job.”

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August 11, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard is ready to direct a feature film”

“I’ve directed a ton of short films and commercials and digital content and all that. But I’ve never directed a feature before. And I would love to! Growing up in a household with a director as a parent, I know kind of what the commitment is. It’s very different for a director than it is for an actor. For an actor it’s like maximum six months; for a director it’s minimum two years! So I’m a little more precious about that and kind of what the first one may be, but I would love the opportunity for sure.”

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August 11, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard’s Love for Pete’s Dragon Drew Her to the Remake”

“So I had a sense in my mind’s eye of what I was looking at, but then when I saw the movie, all of a sudden I see what was really there. But now when I remember back on doing the scene, it’s like as if he was really there doing it! It’s the weirdest thing. It’s like a sleight of hand thing that happens in your brain and suddenly everything that wasn’t real is real.”

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August 11, 2016 — “Everything I learned about Bryce Dallas Howard at the Pete’s Dragon press day”

“When I went to Sundance, we had our official directors gathering and we are all sitting in this very special lodge that no one really knows where it is in the middle of the mountains. And then Robert Redford comes out and I went like “Oh my, that’s Robert Redford.” As everyone was lining up to see him, I wanted to say hi but I was nervous and there were security guards all around. I went up to him and said, “i don’t know if you remember be but,” and Robert Redford responded with “BRYCE!” Sometimes when you do a movie with someone and I don’t know if I ever worked with an actor as iconic as Robert Redford but you have this experience with them that is a very human and regular experience but then when you see them in the context of everyone else its suddenly very intimating.”

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August 10, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Really Wants To Direct a Feature”

“Howard doesn’t have a specific project in mind yet for her directorial debut — a project she co-wrote several years ago called “The Originals” has been shelved for the time being — nor does she have a timeline by which she wants to direct a feature. Still, she says she’d be “very disappointed” if she doesn’t direct a feature “at some point.”

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August 10, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard on ‘Pete’s Dragon’ and Growing up with dad Ron Howard”

“Howard is a redhead, like her dad, but her son has white-blond hair, she noted. “It’s so strange, and my daughter’s a brunette. It’s crazy to me. I keep saying ‘We’re like Charlie’s Angels.”‘ “

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August 10, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard on becoming a part of the ‘Pete’s Dragon’ Legacy”

“Like, six months went by, and I assumed it had just gone away. And then I got a phone call from Jim Whitaker, the producer, and Jim and I have known each other for a very, very long time. And he said that, “I’m producing this film, Pete’s Dragon, we’d love for you to take a look at it, we’re offering it to you.” And I just went over to my whiteboard on my refrigerator, and said, “Okay, so what are the dates? Okay, where is it? I’m going to look into schools for the kids. Yeah, I’d love to read the script, but this is happening, don’t change your mind.”

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August 10, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Admits to Being Protective of Child Actors”

“For years with my son, I would play “Bambi” but fast-forward past the “mother” part or the big fight or the fire. Then, there came a day where I said, “We’re going to watch all of ‘Bambi’ and we’re going to talk about this.” Movies and novels, and even just spoken stories, are there to help us manage our feelings so that when we are faced with these situations in real life, we can hopefully tolerate our feelings a little better.”

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August 10, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard once a fan ‘Pete’s Dragon’; now a co-star”

“We mess this up all the time, but, if we can, we want to space them out so that the movies come at a time in their life when they’re asking themselves similar questions,” Howard said. “My son is 9, he’s going into fourth grade, he’s really coming into this place where there is independence and mischief and friendships independent from the family, so we just showed him ‘Aladdin.’”

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August 10, 2016 — “Why Bryce Dallas Howard Buys Her Own Clothes”

“Bryce Dallas Howard purchased the Jenny Packham frock she wore to the Golden Globes. At a store. With her own money. And the ensuing brouhaha was “insane. That’s what I do. That was bananas,” says Howard. “I’m really into online shopping. It streamlines everything and you have choice. It was really funny. I’m wasting everyone’s time answering these questions.”

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August 9, 2016 — “Pete’s Dragon premiere is Full Circle Moment for Bryce Dallas Howard”

“We got to shoot in New Zealand. I went to New Zealand when I was five with my parents because my dad (Ron Howard) was shooting a movie called ‘ Willow’ and to be able to return 30 years later to shoot a movie that I was as a kid with my young family — It’s kind of one of those full circle moments.”

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August 9, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Has The Best News About ‘Jurassic World 2’”

“Oh my gosh! It’s my favorite stuff, just the GIFs online. I mean, did you see the really funny thing where it had everyone from the previous film, including the dinosaurs, wearing heels? That was hilarious,” As for her thoughts on the whole situation, the actress said, “It’s obviously something totally unexpected, and I have a running joke for the rest of my life perhaps. I can be one of those people that’s constantly referencing it, even 80 years from now.”

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August 8, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard loved exposing her kids to world of Pete’s Dragon”

“Interestingly, Howard skipped the “child actress” experience, even though both her dad and uncle Clint Howard both started out as child actors. “Done right, it’s a parent’s fulltime job (shepherding their kids through showbiz). And my dad HAD a fulltime job,” she says with laugh. “And my mom had a fulltime job taking care of my dad and four kids.”

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August 8, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard and the HSBC Commercial That Inspired Pete’s Dragon

“Okay, there is an HSBC commercial that was made, gosh, a while ago, that’s beautiful. I think it’s HSBC. And it is, if I remember correctly, the storyline is… I almost don’t want to even give it away. So David [Lowery] sent this to me in the original pitch to Disney. It is the story of basically a woman who’s protesting. She an activist. She’s sitting in a tree, like on top of a tree, so the tree cannot be cut down. And it’s a whole scene and everything, and then it’s at the end of the day, and she finally like… or she gets knocked out of the tree. Something happens, I can’t remember. But then you see that one of the loggers and her, riding in a car together, and you’re like “What?” and then they go home, and you realize they’re in a relationship!”

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August 6, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard passes on her geeky love to the next generation”

“If you’re out of any business for any period of time, you have to be very intentional when you’re trying to get full-time work again,” Howard said. “With my upbringing, I’ve seen firsthand that there’s never a point at which the worries go away.”

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August 5, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard: ‘Remakes Need to be More Than The Original Was’”

“My family moved to Connecticut when I was four. I was surrounded by woods. It felt really idyllic. I’m almost tearing up thinking about it now. We would spend all day in the woods and come back for dinner. We had a lot of freedom. I was often left to my own imagination. I was kind of a quiet kid. I kept to myself a little bit. I had an imaginary friend: Minky Mildred. Minky Mildred and I would give all these epic speeches to kingdoms of fairies. Living like that really opened me up. It was so defining for me as a child.”

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August 5, 2016 — “What Fills Bryce Dallas Howard’s Daydreams?”

“My hobby is organization. I love it. I’m not OCD. I don’t live in fear of anything. But I just am really passionate about efficiency and creating a foundation for living based on certain routines.”

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August 4, 2016 — “How Bryce Dallas Howard Became Hollywood’s New Feminist Role Model”

“I just never leave my house, truly,” she says, laughing. “I live a super-private life; I go to Soulcycle or I go on a hike or I go grocery shopping, but I don’t go to places where I know there’s going to be paparazzi.”

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August 4, 2016 — “INTERVIEW: Bryce Dallas Howard talks playing a mom in “Pete’s Dragon,” plus “Jurassic World” and Disney legacy”

“In the future, Howard says she would like to invest more time in directing, and create some space for it in her already busy life, sandwiched between acting engagements and time spent with her two children. “In part it’s also because I haven’t found that story yet,” she added. “I haven’t found that thing where I’m like, ready, set, go.”

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August 4, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard’s quiet journey into filmmaking”

“But in my mind they were two very different films, obviously, and the tones are really different. I think for this one, the thing that I just kept thinking about or considering was Disney’s canon of work, the Disney legacy, and how Disney has been of service to children because of the kinds of stories that they tell. That was something that I was really cognizant of, whereas obviously with ‘Jurassic World,’ it’s the legacy of Michael Crichton, [and] of Steven Spielberg. You want to honor their legacy. You need to be aware of that because that brand represents something.”

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August 4, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Interview: Pete’s Dragon star on growing up with a famous dad and why she won’t do ‘dark’ films”

“Only now as an adult can I appreciate how courageous it was for my parents to move because they didn’t know anybody there [in Connecticut], and also for my dad’s career it must have been hard being away from LA. But we were always on movie sets. We were never apart. I was sheltered from the industry lifestyle but not from the experience of the set.”

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August 3, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard wants to learn to twerk”

“She told Stylist magazine: “I’d like to be one of those people who can instantly remember lyrics. I can’t do lyrics or idioms.” […] “Recently, I tried to say to my husband the phrase ‘What am I, chopped liver?’ but I got it wrong. Instead, I said ‘What am I, mashed potato?’ “

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August 3, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard on ‘Pete’s Dragon’ and How It Compares to ‘Jurassic World’”

“They both are intimate ensemble pieces, in a way, and yet there is this heavy visual effects component to both of those worlds. […] There was a very mature, sophisticated sensibility that David lent to this story, and I think it was really beautiful. I feel, very similarly, that Colin brought the same energy to Jurassic World.”

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July 17, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard praises Jennifer Aniston’s ‘stand’ against tabloid scrutiny”

“It’s about women, but also just humans in general, and the way we interact with one and other, and the ways in which judgement can actually affect a person. She really took a stand for people taking responsibility for their own words and the things they put out there. I think that was really important what she did.”

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July 8, 2016 — “Q&A: Bryce Dallas Howard’s Next Fantasy Adventure is ‘Pete’s Dragon’ Reboot”

Q: What did you think when you saw some of the completed scenes of the film?

Howard: I just love it. I had the chance to see the trailer just a little while ago it’s so great, especially having one of the main characters be an animated character, essentially. What’s most exciting for me to see is Elliot come alive and be everything that we wanted him to be.

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July 1, 2016 — “Watch This Inspirational Short Video: SPEECH, Featuring Bryce Dallas Howard”

“I feel pride and a sense of peace in hearing these inspirational words from the great leaders of our country’s history. I am hopeful in seeing how far we’ve come. And most of all I am reminded yet again of the power of a presidency to transform the minds and hearts of future generations,” says actress Bryce Dallas Howard. “In Speech, we can celebrate the legacy of our past leaders, the wisdom they imparted, and the undeniable relevance these words hold today”

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June 19, 2016 — “David Lowery and Bryce Dallas Howard Shed Light on Pete’s Dragon”

“I remember I was developing a few projects, and I saw “Up,” and I made a decision. I was, like, every movie I do is starting with the character as a child because it’s so … when you see a child when we’re watching movies, or experiencing theater, or entertainment, or art in any form, we’re leaning toward the truth. We want to see the truth. We know what feels truthful, and we know what doesn’t feel truthful because we’re human beings and that’s how we’re designed.”

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June 14, 2016 — “5 Fun Facts about Pete’s Dragon and New Trailer”

“I think that just as a parent the reason that I love children to watch films with children in them is because it empowers them to have an understanding. It contextualizes their own story, their own belief system and their own, their own emotional value. They learn to value their feelings.”

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June 14, 2016 — “Pete’s Dragon – Director and Bryce Dallas Howard Interview”

“I’m a parent, and I want there to be beautiful films out there that have innocence and are timeless and have really beautiful values. I’m super proud to be a part of this.”

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June 14, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard, The Actress Who Might Just Bowl You Over”

“I would go away into the woods behind my house all the time. One time I got lost, which was really bad. But I eventually got my way home after dark and no one in my family had noticed.”

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June 14, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard on ‘Pete’s Dragon’ and Gearing Up for ‘Jurassic World 2′”

“There was this area that we were shooting where these little bugs would surround you and go into your eyeballs. There’s two bug carcasses currently behind my eyeball. They would go in your eye and you couldn’t get them out, and then they would just disappear. There’s are two bug skeletons that will never leave my eye sockets.”

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June 14, 2016 — “8 Reasons why You Should Be Excited for Pete’s Dragon”

“Prior to reading the script, I had heard that it was not a straight-up remake, and that was the yes for me,” said Howard. “What has centered that film and what has made that film last is that central idea of friendship with an imaginary friend when you have no family, and then voilà , it’s not such an imaginary friend,” She added “I want there to be beautiful films out there that have innocence, and are timeless, and have really beautiful values without being didactic.”

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June 14, 2016 — “How Jurassic World 2 Is Keeping Its Secrets, According to Bryce Dallas Howard”

“J.A.’s over in Europe right now, so I haven’t seen him in person. I’m sure he wouldn’t… because you know what, the emailing and texting, you can’t go on record. You can’t write anything down, commit to anything in writing. So, tonight I’ll just be like, ‘Can you verbally explain to me what’s happening?’ But we’ll shoot it next year.”

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June 14, 2016 — “Explore Pete’s Dragon with David Lowery and Bryce Dallas Howard

“This is the first time I met him. I was so excited, I just started running. Then I picked up speed. When I finally collided with him, I almost knocked him over and he’s a really strong dude. David yelled cut and he said, ‘You came at me like a cannonball!’ I was like, ‘It’s nice to meet you, sir!'”

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June 14, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Praises her Pete’s Dragon Young Co-Star, Oakes Fegley

“There were often times when I would ask Oakes for direction, like I would say ‘What do you think?’ like he’d really know what to say, he reminded me of my dad in a lot of ways because it’s just sort of this talent.. he’s a self-aware person but he’s not aware of the extent of his talent, he’s just really relaxed about it and has a sense of everything, he really understands a movie set.”

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June 7, 2016 —“Bryce Dallas Howard, Ashley Greene Fete Maria Arena Bell’s Montblanc Honor

“I have a severe stationary fetish and it’s gotten me into a lot trouble. When I was a kid, there was a stationary store in Greenwich, where I grew up. I would go in and charge hundreds of dollars to my family’s account — Montblanc pens were my major problem,” Dallas Howard told THR. “I had to pay off the debt. But to me, writing instruments are a way to have a connection to your art, to learn to draw, to learn to write, to create your art, your pen and pencils become your jam.”

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May 13, 2016 — “Game Face: Hollywood’s New Social Media Nightmare

But sometimes the best defense is no defense. “I really should be [more aware],” says Bryce Dallas Howard. “My publicist called me saying, ‘Can you be a little less hermit-mom-who-maybe-doesn’t-shower and try to be more of an aspirational actress?’ I don’t really put on makeup unless I’m being paid to do it. At the end of the day, that effort is sometimes worth it and sometimes not.”

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April 27, 2016 — “Why Bryce Dallas Howard Can’t Stop Texting ‘Jurassic World’ Director Colin Trevorrow”

“I text him every day, pretty much, with messages like, ‘OK, what are you doing now? What are you writing now?'” […] But about that 2017 start date, Howard jokes that it’s still too far away. “I cannot believe it’s a year away, but everyone is like, ‘Oh that’s soon,’ and I’m like, ‘No! That’s too long!'” she says. “I’m very excited to do it again and get the family back together again.”

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April 14, 2016 — Bryce Dallas Howard To Star In ‘The Swans Of Fifth Avenue’ Limited Series For RatPac”

“I am someone who has carried an endless fascination for The Swans with me since I was a teen so naturally I devoured The Swans Of Fifth Avenue overnight,” Howard said. […] “I am exhilarated to have the opportunity to bring Melanie’s book to life along with Brett, John, and the whole team at RatPac. We have long hoped to partner on a project, but I never dreamt that it could be this much of a personal wish fulfillment!”

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April 8, 2016 — Bryce Dallas Howard Gets Real About The Every Day Struggles Of Motherhood”

“I was the oldest of four and I nannied for four years and I worked at a daycare for three years and I was like, ‘I got this,’” she tells Bustle. “And then I had my first child,” she laughs. “I knew nothing.”

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April 8, 2016 —Michael Douglas and the Random (But Meaningful) Moments From MPTF’s “Reel Lives”

Howard handled Alex, a Jeremy Doner-penned story about Alex Aguilar Jr. He has served as the secretary and treasurer of studio utility employees union Local 724. During the writer’s strike of 2007-2008, Aguilar and his family were on the verge of losing their home. The MPTF helped bridge the gap, which made the difference “between falling apart and getting by,” Howard noted. “It’s not charity, it’s a community.”

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April 8, 2016 — Matt Bomer, Bryce Dallas Howard & Idina Menzel Buddy Up At ‘Reel Stories, Real Lives’

The 35-year-old is set to begin filming the sequel to box office smash “Jurassic World,” due for release in 2018, and said she was expecting the film to be “awesome, from everything I’ve heard so far. Of course, it’s a work in progress. We’re all so damn excited to get back together again next year,” she added.

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January 29, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard: Recognize That Your Body Is Your Best Girlfriend”

“Recognize that your body is your best girlfriend,” she said. “It’s a weird esoteric concept, but it works. You have to think about it like she’s there for me no matter what I put her through, no matter how much I neglect her or I’m inconsistent with her, she is there for me. Because of her, I’m able to work, I’m able to have children, I’m able to be in the world, and I’m able to enjoy things.”

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January 29, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard on her short film, Hollywood’s gender gap, and her dad”

“I don’t know at what point that became something that was rare, but the more examples that we can have of folks leading healthy, happy, balanced, able lives where they’re good people and grateful and respectful and pursuing something artistic”

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January 28, 2016 — “Sundance Spotlight: Meet the Festival’s Rising Stars”

“It was really cool to think about it in terms of that and what our clothing means to us throughout time and what that says about a person’s life.”

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January 26, 2016 — “Watch Bryce Dallas Howard’s Adorable 60-Second Love Letter to Shoes”

“It is humbling to learn that so many people all over the world have searched on IMDb to learn more about me and the projects I was involved with in 2015.”

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January 26, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Talks About Buying Her Own Red Carpet Dress”

“I’m slightly embarrassed to talk about it because I just want to survive those things and it’s a the celebration of people’s work and all of that. … But at a certain point, maybe it becomes more about the dress”

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January 18, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard on Buying Her Red Carpet Gowns Online”

“So, what I found is that if something is sort of last-minute, or I don’t have a good relationship with a place, then I go to Neiman’s, or I get something online.”

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January 17, 2016 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Opens Up About the Importance of Women in Action Films”

“When I said it’s important, what I mean is that in films today, 31 percent of speaking roles go to women, where 69 percent go to men,” she continued. “In action films, it’s 23 percent. The fact that there’s a category that acknowledges that, female actors in an action film, it’s cool.”

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December 15, 2015 —“Video: Ron and Bryce Dallas Howard Open Up About Family Film School

Bryce Dallas Howard reveals her three favorite Ron Howard films — “Cocoon,” “Parenthood” and “Apollo 13” — and reflects back on how her interest in movies was inherent at a young age.

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November 4, 2015 —“Bryce Dallas Howard Believes In The Power Of Your Dreams”

“When I kind of look back on how things evolved for me there’s one thing that consistently that I go to and I look to and say that actually makes a difference for me and that is that as someone in high school I got really involved in the things that I was interested in”

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October 20, 2015 — “Bryce Dallas Howard On The Future of Jurassic World”

“When I was shooting Pete’s Dragon, I kept messing it up. I kept saying, ‘Where’s the raptor? Where’s the dinosaur?’ They said, ‘It’s a dragon this time, Bryce.’ I’m like, ‘It’s big and green, that’s all that matters!’ But yeah, I love them reptiles.”

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October 20, 2015 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Thinks Heelgate Was Feminist”

“You realize [Claire] wasn’t just a function of the plot, or Chris’s sidekick or whatever; she is actually the character that goes through the biggest transformation”

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October 20, 2015 — “Why I’m Keeping My Kids Away From Hollywood’s ‘Glamorous'”

“But so far so good,” she says of keeping her kids’ upbringing grounded. “It’s such an awesome thing to get to travel with them and for them to get to see that my husband and I get to do creative work that we’re really excited about and we’re really inspired by. It’s really fun for us and rewarding and challenging in all the right ways. I feel really grateful for that.”

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October 19, 2015 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Loves Being Jurassic World’s Flawed Hero”

“This character is a central character, and does go through huge change. And she is flawed, and she has all the attributes that typically a male character in one of these movies would have. And she is the hero at the end, and that’s awesome.”

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October 19, 2015 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Remains Proud of Those High-Heeled Jurassic World Sprints”

“I think that in the next iteration of this story, she’s the woman that we left that you’ll meet in the beginning, and it will evolve from there.” Maybe in a new career as a dino rights activist? “I should pitch that!”

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October 18, 2015 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Thanks the Kardashians For Teaching Her To Accept Her Curves”

Howard is also in the midst of finishing her sociology major at UCLA and writing creative non-fiction. Several of her works, inspired by her real life, have actually been published, but Howard refuses to reveal where or under which pseudonyms. “Writing is my favorite thing to do,” she admits. “I’ve published a little bit under different names. It’s so personal. It’s an area in my life where I’m not really ambitious, I just love it so much and so I do it.”

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October 18, 2015 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Can’t Wait For Jurassic World 2”

“Essentially, we’re on vacation and then there is a day where I get to talk to people like you about a movie I really love. I was, yet again, pinching myself.But I still find myself saying: ‘I don’t think I’ve processed this!’”

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October 17, 2015 — “Inside The real Jurassic Park”

“I took this part because it was a very strong female role,” she says. “Rather than just being a saint or a badass, or just a love interest for the male lead, she transforms over the course of this big action-adventure where she’s ultimately just dinosaur food into a far more complex personality.”

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October 16, 2015 — “Classic Characters Could Return For Jurassic World 2”

“All of them. I should just say all of them. It’s just so exciting… these characters, for the most part, you would image that they’re still around, they’re still working, and they have opinions about what’s happening and may or may not need to get involved in what’s happening.”

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October 11, 2015 — “Pale-Skinned Bryce Dallas Howard Dodges the Sun”

“Honestly, it’s so beautiful, it’s unbelievable,” she says. “It’s beaches and jungle, and the air feels so clean. It’s epically beautiful, and the weather is so awesome.”

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October 11, 2015 — “Bryce Dallas Howard happy for scrutiny of women’s roles but says views not miss mark in Jurassic World”

“There was a purpose for Claire’s decision to wear what she did, to show how unprepared this woman was for the jungle. It should have been illogical.” […] “I didn’t want to let down the 12-year-old version of myself down — the child whose life was changed and imagination was expanded in an instant when I saw Jurassic Park.”

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October 1, 2015 — “Bryce Dallas Howard on Dinosaurs, Jurassic World 2, and Halloween with Kids”

“The 34-year-old mother-of-two actually creates her children’s Halloween costumes – or at least, she admitted, “We try to. Or you know, duct tape them together. Honestly, that’s what it usually ends up being.”

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September 30, 2015 —“Bryce Dallas Howard’s Jurassic Park Wish”

“Music is huge for me, a lot of actors love to listen to music as they are starting to get into a certain frame of mind or emotion and it proves how transportive music is, that instantly it can take someone to incredible heights or tragic lows.”

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September 11, 2015 — “Bryce Dallas Howard’s 8 Organization Tips for Getting Back on Track This Fall”

“I am a bit old-fashioned and enjoy the cathartic nature of writing a thought down, but there is something especially satisfying about writing on a classroom-sized whiteboard.”

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September 8, 2015 — “Bryce Dallas Howard’s Fired Up To Do ‘Pete’s Dragon'”

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August 13, 2015 — Bryce Dallas Howard on Parenting and Getting Through Life: ‘Therapy Is Awesome’”

“My body is like my best girlfriend, she gets me through life, she bounces back from pregnancies and when I have an injury she’s like, ‘I’m gonna heal fast,” she shares. “I would never turn around and insult someone who did that for me. It would be the worst thing.”

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June 18, 2015 — How Bryce Dallas Howard Got in Amazing Shape for Jurassic World”

“But at a certain point I stopped because I was doing so much running during the day,” she says of being chased by dinosaurs. “I was like, ‘This is covered.’ “

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June 17, 2015 —“Bryce Dallas Howard: How I Keep My Life Balanced”

“It is a powerful idea to have the wisdom to know the difference between what you can control and what you can’t. When I have that mantra in my head it helps me feel more balanced.”

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June 17, 2015 — “Why Bryce Dallas Howard is the hero of Jurassic World”

“We were on set humming the John Williams theme song. You can’t help it! It’s iconic. We viewed everything through the lens of people who were first and foremost fans.”

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June 12, 2015 — “Jurassic World’s Bryce Dallas Howard”

“My mom has a killer waffle recipe! It is legendary in our family. I have such great memories of the house filling with the amazing smell of batter cooking on the hot waffle iron during the weekends.”

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June 10, 2015 — “Bryce Dallas Howard Finally Confirms What We’ve All Been Wondering: ‘I Am Not Jessica Chastain'”

“It’s so funny, when I don’t wear makeup nobody ever mistakes me for Jess but whenever I put makeup on and look half-presentable they’re like, ‘Ahh! Jessica Chastain!’ And I’m like, ‘Thank you! I must look hygienic today.'”

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June, 2015 — “Jurassic World Interview: Bryce Dallas Howard on Running in Heels and Michael Crichton’s Son”

“Something that spoke to me about the character was, every once in awhile, a person comes along who says they can run in heels better than they can run in sneakers. I think that’s who this person is.”

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May 5, 2015 — “Don’t Trust Your Brain to Remember Everything. Keep a Journal”

“If I could talk to my 22-year-old self, I would tell her to take a daily note of what she saw, who she met, what she noticed, what she celebrated, and what she wished she could do over. I would tell her to write it all down without editing herself. I would tell her to do it on the back of a receipt in a subway car on days when she had back-to-back rehearsals and a job at a nightclub and simply couldn’t get to her journal.

Journaling, over the years, has made me more self-aware of patterns, context, and the passage of time. I wish I had a Delorean right now, because as I look back, I wish I had been more diligent in writing daily. There are experiences that have sadly faded in my mind now, and memories, emotions, and lessons I wish I had tucked away safely in my journal, because I can’t quite specifically recall those essential details”

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July 18, 2011 — “Talking to Bryce Dallas Howard on the Set of ‘The Help'”

Are accents easy for you?
It’s really fun, I really love it and I look forward to it and I enjoy it, but I really appreciate and need the support of a dialect coach. I wouldn’t know where to begin in terms of the nuance of the accent..”

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July 22, 2010 –“Bryce Dallas Howard ‘Pretended’ Perfection After Son’s Birth”

“I still mourn the loss of what could have been, but I also feel deep gratitude for those who stood by me, for the lesson that we must never be afraid to ask for help, and for the feeling of summer that still remains.”

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January 12, 2010 — Bryce Dallas Howard Opens Up About Postpartum Depression”

“I felt really lucky to do this film [The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond] because this is a character that’s really struggling. She doesn’t feel like herself at all and feels suffocated by the world around her,” she explains. “And for the period of time I felt like I could hold on to that.”

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July 22, 2006 — Bryce Dallas Howard: Redheads Have more Fun”

“Separately it was fine, but together we looked like some kind of circus act. Because there were four kids, and both parents, and if the grandparents came, or the aunts and uncles, we were all redheads. .”

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February, 2006 — “Manderlay Interview: Bryce Dallas Howard”

I was always a little kid who had a huge imaginary life. I had an imaginary friend until I was ten or something. It was really inappropriate, and I was considered psychotic by some. I did all the plays in high school, and I was really attracted to it.

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