Bryce was a guest on The Talk today, check out the video below!
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Bryce was busy promoting her New Zealand project, “The Ultimate New Zealand Experience‘ today! She appeared on many radio shows which we will post if/when they become available. Bryce also did a live Q&A on Facebook via National Geographic Travel along with an appearance on Access Hollywood Live where she talks about Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom for the first time in an interview. Both videos can be found below as well as all the photos posted from today.
Bryce is also scheduled to be a guest on The Talk this Friday (July 21) which airs on CBS. Time varies by location, so check your local listings.
The mystery project that Bryce has been hinting at (original post here) has been revealed! Bryce partnered with National Geographic Travel to document her experiences throughout New Zealand. Within this are several photos and a six-part video series!
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She told The Associated Press in a recent interview that filming the movie was a magical time for her because so much of it was shot outdoors. She visited a number of towns and saw everything from farm shows to ancient kauri trees.
“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.”
Howard’s tourism campaign features videos shot by National Geographic Travel focusing on things like food, hiking and city life. Organized by Tourism New Zealand and funded by the nation’s government, the campaign cost about 2 million New Zealand dollars ($1.5 million).
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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom has officially wrapped! Check out some of the photos below!
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The internet blew up overnight with many news outlets posting photos of Bryce and Chris filming Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom yesterday at Hālona Cove in Hawaii. The film is nearly wrapped and this weekend marks the end of principal filming. These photos, taken yesterday, gives us our first full look at Claire and Owen in costume. As noted previously, Bryce will have numerous costume changes in this film which is definitely exciting!
(I wouldn’t necessarily categorize these as spoilers, but view at your own risk.)
(UPDATE: Added 28 more to make a total of 82!)
We’re continuing our quest to completely update the photo gallery to full HQ by updating current photos and adding many new HQ photos to provide you with the best Bryce source out there! Below are 8 albums recently updated ↓
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has issued 774 invitations to new members and Bryce is one of them! This is a prestigious honor in the film industry and we are so proud of Bryce. She really deserves it. The full article and list, as reported by The Hollywood Reporter, can be found below and also on our Articles page.
The full list can on the academy’s official website can be found → here
— The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has issued 744 invitations to new members, the Oscar-granting body announced Wednesday. Each of the Academy’s 17 branches draws up its own list of new members, and candidates must be sponsored by two members of the branch they will be invited to join. The basic requirement is that a candidate must have “demonstrated exceptional achievement in the field of theatrical motion pictures,” although each branch then has its own specific requirements.
Bryce arrived in Hawaii overnight to shoot the second part of Jurassic World 2. Thanks to Katz Yoro for sharing their photos with Bryce!
In the Emmy race for Best Movie/Mini Actress, most of the discussion has surrounded the battle of Oscar all-stars: Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon (“Feud: Bette and Joan”) vs. Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman (“Big Little Lies”), with Lange currently favored to win. But let’s not forget Bryce Dallas Howard, who scored a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination this past winter for the anthology “Black Mirror” and could be on her way to an Emmy nomination as well. Could she even win?
Howard was featured in the episode “Nosedive” as a woman obsessed with social media. “Black Mirror” is a watercooler hit on Netflix, and Howard’s SAG nominations shows she already has support from her industry peers. And being Hollywood royalty doesn’t hurt (she’s the daughter of Oscar and Emmy champ Ron Howard). But this would be her first Emmy nomination.
Many of our Top 24 Users think she’s a strong contender for a nomination. They got the highest scores predicting last year’s Emmy nominations, and six of them are betting on her to break into this crowded contest. But getting the nomination may be the hardest part. Once she’s in, she would have a path to victory under the new voting system.
The TV academy instituted a plurality vote last year, where voters check one name and the nominee with the most votes wins. Before, nominees were ranked in order of preference; that system meant that multiple nominees from the same project had an advantage if they were all ranked at the top of voters’ ballots. But a plurality vote opens the door for vote-splitting. So if Lange and Sarandon split the “Feud” vote, and Kidman and Witherspoon divide the “Big Little Lies” support, then you just might see Howard take the stage as the Emmy winner, especially given the passionate fan support behind “Black Mirror.”