Monthly Archives: December 2016

Healthy Living Magazine Update

How fitting that on this last day of 2016, we finally wrap up the thing that gave us the most trouble in 2016! This magazine was a challenge indeed, but you can now enjoy everything the issue has to offer! (Except the shoot in HQ, but I digress). Check out the full scans, interview, and shoot below!

006x Photoshoot >> Set #73 → Here


008 x Magazine Scans >> Healthy Living – July/August 2016 → Here


December 31, 2016 — “No Formula For Hollywood”
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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Some Great Updates!

Here is the first of 5 new Pete’s Dragon exclusive photo sets that can only be found here!

009x Movies >> Pete’s Dragon >> Exclusive Photo Set #1 → Here


002x Movies >> Gold >> Posters and Artwork → Here


+029x Public Appearances >> Jennifer Klein’s 18th Annual ‘Day of Indulgence’ Party – Aug 14, 2016 → Here



Uploaded a rare video of Bryce on Jay Leno from 2010! Check it out below ↓

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno – June 24, 2010 → Here


New/Old Photos + New Christmas Articles

005x Public Appearances >> 2006 >> Lady In The Water Photo Call – August 10 → Here


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

Bryce Dallas Howard: “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. But we have a rule in my family that we don’t give gifts over $50. Because we are Scrooge! Just so we don’t have pressure. We all have different kinds of jobs. It’s only for direct family members. We get to open the gifts on Christmas Eve. We spend a lot of time together and watch a lot of screeners (laughs). And on New Year’s (Eve and Day) is black-eyed peas (a traditional New Year dish in America’s South for good luck). We are always with my parents (director Ron Howard and Cheryl) in Connecticut. And Santa (Claus) stuff. There’s never been a moment in, like, 35 years in my parents’ household where there hasn’t been young children around.”

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December 25, 2016 — “Hollywood Celebrates Christmas”

Bryce, who also stars in Gold shares one of my own traditions. “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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New Photos & Article Written by Bryce

017x Photo Shoots >> Set #059 → Here


080x Photo Shoots >> Set #021 → Here


004x Bryce In Social Media >> Bryce’s Posts → Here


This article written by Bryce definitely worth a read. It’s a really valuable amazing life lesson!

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

When I was 22, I got my first job in film in M. Night Shyamalan’s “The Village.” That same year, my then-boyfriend (now husband) and I moved from New York City to Los Angeles to start a life together. Looking back, I can’t quite believe all that took place within 365 days. I made countless mistakes that year, and, of course, I have made many since then. I’ve also celebrated some profound victories. The problem is that I can only remember about half of it.

If I could give one piece of advice to my 22-year-old self, it would be to keep a journal. Not a once-every-few-weeks journal but a daily, no-excuses journal. It doesn’t need to be inspirational, literary, or even legible — but every day, write something down. I have struggled to keep a daily journal and settled for fits and starts of ambitious personal essays or fodder for what I hoped could be published some day. But it’s actually not about that. It’s about knowing what happened and knowing how you felt about it at the time.

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.

With the few inconsistent journal entries I have made in the past, it has been magical to look back and understand my younger self more truly and intimately. It has given me clarity to see actual artifacts from the time in question rather than the ever-evolving telephone game that so often serves as our personal histories. Journaling shows me patterns of my decisions and allows me to make stronger ones. It shows me that I am often naive, misguided, and anxious. Reading those thoughts from the past and knowing what I know now about the truth of those events teach me to be easier on myself today. It gives me the freedom to laugh at myself when reading back on my thoughts and experiences that were so obviously fraught with unnecessary angst. It also helps me remember the joyous moments in life, the small wins, and minor celebrations that were better than any birthday.

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.

In writing this now, I realize that it’s time for me to take a moment and put pen to paper, because 12 years from now – at age 46 – I want to be able to look back at my 34-year-old self and reminisce, rediscover, and laugh.

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Huading Awards! (Updated!)

Bryce not only attended the Huadng Awards tonight, she WON an award!!! She won for “Best Global Actress in a Leading Role” for Claire in Jurassic World!! We have her full speech and HQ photos of the carpet! See everything below and keep checking back for updates!

Update! Added 44 more HQs
044x Public Appearances >> 2016 >> 21st Annual Huading Global Film Awards – Dec 15Here


029x Public Appearances >> 2016 >> 21st Annual Huading Global Film Awards – Dec 15Here



Bryce wins best actress for Jurassic World at Huading Awards! → Here