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A few articles mentioning Bryce at TIFF…
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— Actress Bryce Dallas Howard stopped by the party for a drink and a couple bites to eat, before rushing off to another event.
— Bryce Dallas Howard didn’t let that ruin her night though and she unabashedly danced up a storm in the middle of the party.
Recap of Bryce’s Black Mirror episode description from various sources!
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— An insecure office worker (Bryce Dallas Howard) lives in a world in which everyone obsessively ranks and rates every tiny social interaction. She thinks she finally may have found a way to rank alongside her friend (Alice Eve), who’s one of society’s elites. At first glance, this sounds like a classic Black Mirror setup — an existing tech element taken to a horrifying new extreme.
— “Nosedive,” the episode starring Bryce Dallas Howard and Alice Eve, takes place in a world where everyone “obsessively ranks and ranks every tiny social interaction”. Howard’s character is an insecure office worker who wants to be as elite as Eve’s character. Brooker says, “Each episode this season is a different genre; this one is a social satire. It’s got a creepy serenity to it and won’t be what people expect.” This is the episode I’m most excited about because of the director and writers, and it’ll definitely set the bar for a great season.
— “Nosedive,” starring Bryce Dallas Howard and Alice Eve, is all about social media and how people use apps and tech to rate every little facet of our lives: in this case, it’s a world where everyone rates and judges every single social interaction they have, with Howard’s character desperately trying to reach the same social elite status as her friend, played by Eve.
— Bryce Dallas Howard stars as an insecure office worker who obsessively ranks and rates every tiny social interaction. She thinks she’s finally found a way to rank alongside her friend (Alice Eve), one of society’s elites.
— In Nosedive, a determined woman (Bryce Dallas Howard) wants to lease an apartment in an exclusive complex. But as this is a world where every single interaction is rated, and overall rating determines social status, she is compelled to give a maid-of-honour speech at the wedding of an old friend (Alice Eve). In this biting social satire, penned by Rashida Jones and directed by Joe Wright (Hanna and Anna Karenina), a bad-luck trip to a rehearsal dinner plummets our protagonist into a devastating life change.