Gold will be presented with an award on November 6!
Dick Clark Productions has selected Natalie Portman, Janelle Monae, and the cast of the Matthew McConaughey film Gold for Hollywood Film Awards on November 6 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Additionally, the cast of the film “Gold“, including Matthew McConaughey, Bryce Dallas Howard, Edgar Ramirez, Stacy Kaech will receive the “Hollywood Ensemble Award”.
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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