Bryce Dallas Howard: Decrease pressure for "Jurassic World"


Bryce Dallas Howard starred as Claire Dearing in the Jurassic World films alongside Chris Pratt. In an interview, she now revealed what she had to experience as a woman during the shooting.

Actress Bryce Dallas Howard was part of the main cast for the "Jurassic World" series, playing the brave Claire Dearing. She convinced on the big screen and inspired alongside Chris Pratt, who played Owen Grady in the dinosaur franchise. But the films not only helped her to international success: she had to take criticism behind the scenes about her weight.

In an interview with "Metro", the 41-year-old was asked what impact her film character would have on female roles in Hollywood action films. To which she replied that she was "asked not to use my natural body in the cinema". However, she had her back - director Colin Trevorrow stood by her at the time: "In fact, with the third film, there were so many women in the cast that Colin felt very strong to protect me." Previously, phrases like "We have to ask Bryce to lose weight" were said by the actress.

The director pointed out that there are "many different types of women on this planet" and that they should also be seen in the film. Howard was enthusiastic about this intervention: "I was able to do so many stunts that would not have been possible if I had been on a diet."

Bryce Dallas Howard: "Maximum Strength" on the set

Howard left open who made the weight comments. She didn't name any names in the interview, but said she hoped other productions could learn something from Jurassic World Dominion. "I'm really excited about all the action I've been able to do and I've been able to do it with my body," explains the 41-year-old. She had her "maximum strength" during the shoot, the actress said: "I hope that's just another indication of what's possible."

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Adam Sandler: This is how he deals with negative reactions to his films


Adam Sandler spoke about trying not to be "too shaken up" by negative comments about his films.

The 56-year-old actor revealed that he wishes some of his close friends, family and colleagues who act alongside him in films didn't have to read some of the reviews about the films.

However, Sandler stated that he wouldn't worry too much about negative feedback. When asked if he took some of the criticism to heart, the star explained in an interview with AARP: "Sometimes it does. Mostly because I invite all these amazing people I care about to make movies with me and I wish they didn't have to read shit about what we did. But I don't let that shake me up too much anymore." Adam would always remember in regards to this, his father telling him that not everyone "likes" him and that he "fails" at times in his life. The actor He added: "I always remember something my dad used to tell me. He was a badass guy. He's been through ups and downs in his life, like he didn't have a job for a year or two and he didn't tell us about it .[...] He said to me, 'You're not really going to know you're happy unless you're feeling these other things too.'" Sandler is released with his wife, 47-year-old Jackie Sandler, and their daughters Sadie, 16, and Sunny, 13, to star in the upcoming Netflix film 'You Are SO Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah!', an adaptation of Fiona Rosenbloom's novel of the same name.

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After interview: Woody Allen denies withdrawal plans


A Spanish newspaper reported over the weekend that Woody Allen was considering retiring. Now the controversial cult director withdraws the statement in a statement.

"I think it's a good moment to stop": Woody Allen was quoted as saying by the Spanish newspaper "La Vanguardia" over the weekend. His 50th film, which has the working title "Wasp 22", will probably be his last, it was said. Instead, he wants to focus on his work as an author.

Now the director has withdrawn his resignation statements: "Woody Allen never said he would retire, nor did he say he would write a new novel," says a statement released to Indiewire magazines. and "Vanity Fair".

"He said that he's considering quitting making films as he doesn't like making films that are released directly or very quickly on streaming platforms, being a great lover of the cinematic experience." However, he has no intention of retiring and is very much looking forward to shooting his 50th film in Paris.

Woody Allen: His new movie will be shot in French

Filming is scheduled to start in a few weeks. The project will be filmed entirely in French. Since the comedy "What's Up, Tiger Lily?" from 1966, Allen developed into one of the most important directors worldwide. Among other things, he won four Oscars. His laconic big city works such as "Manhattan" (1979) and "The City Neurotic" (1977) are among the great classics of film history.

Since the early 1990s, however, there have been allegations that Allen molested his adopted daughter Dylan Farrow, who was only seven at the time. The filmmaker has always denied the allegations, which were first made in the custody battle with his then-wife Mia Farrow and flared up again in the wake of the "MeToo" debate.

There were no proceedings as a result of an exculpatory forensic medical report. However, some stars distanced themselves from the controversial star director.

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Galactic fun at Disney +: All the facts about the new "Star Wars" series "Andor"


New stories from a "galaxy far, far away": At Disney +, "Andor" is the next series in the cult franchise. Everything you need to know about the launch of the latest "Star Wars" production is here.

In 2012, a mega deal was arranged: the Disney group acquired all the rights to the huge and popular "Star Wars" universe with Lucas Films. Since then, Disney has ensured steady growth. What began in 1977 with "Star Wars" now includes three trilogies, two independent films and various live-action and animated series - with no end in sight. Just about four months ago, Ewan McGregor celebrated his comeback as a Jedi master in "Obi-Wan Kenobi", and the next series from the world's most popular sci-fi franchise is already in the starting blocks at Disney+: Here you can find out everything about the latest "Star Wars" hit "Andor".

What is "Andor" about?

"A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away," but I'm sure you already know that. The latest "Star Wars" series follows the eponymous character Cassian Andor - known to fans from the film "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" (2016) - on the rise from simple thief to hero of the rebellion. The prequel series "Andor" tells how the rebel captain and spy became a defining figure.

The rebellion that has declared war on the Empire is still in its infancy - and Imperial troops want to nip it in the bud. It's an era of danger and deception as Cassian Andor increasingly realizes he can really make a difference. The galaxy is marked by political intrigues, many people and entire planets are involved in the entanglements.

All twelve episodes of the first season describe events that take place within a year. Filming for the second season, also consisting of twelve episodes, is scheduled to start this year. Then the story should move straight to the events in "Rogue One".

Who's in?

The most important personnel was quickly clarified: As in "Rogue One", Diego Luna ("Narcos: Mexico") will play the main role of Cassian Andor. The 42-year-old also helps shape the production as an executive producer. There is also a reunion with Genevieve O'Reilly. The Irish-Australian actress reprises her role as Senator Mon Mothma. She was not only in action as a sincere politician in "Rogue One" in 2016, but also in "Episode III: Revenge of the Sith" from 2005.

Also in front of the camera were Kyle Soller, Denise Gough, Adria Arjona and Stellan Skarsgård. The latter already knows his way around on foreign planets after his role in "Dune". The supporting roles also include a German actor, Clemens Schick ("Kidnapping Stella"). There is also speculation about a return of Hollywood star Forest Whitaker as Saw Gerrera - "Rogue One" says hello again.

As showrunner and creator, Oscar-nominated Tony Gilroy is the mastermind behind Andor. He previously wrote the screenplay for "Rogue One" and also co-wrote "Andor". Toby Haynes, Susanna White and Benjamin Caron directed the first twelve episodes.

When and where can I stream "Andor"?

On Wednesday, September 21st, the waiting time for "Star Wars" fans will come to an end, because then the first episodes can be streamed on Disney +. However, initially only three episodes will be available. The streaming service from Disney currently costs 8.99 euros per month. In addition to "Andor", the other films and series from the "Star Wars" franchise are also available.

What can fans of the franchise expect?

Disney announced a "new perspective" on the "Star Wars" galaxy, but what exactly makes "Andor" special? As the first so-called "Star Wars Story", "Rogue One" left the usual paths of episode narratives and introduced characters that cannot simply be pigeonholed "good" and "bad". Instead of black and white - in this case the light and dark side - there were also characters who were allowed more gray areas. "Andor" probably starts at a similar point. Disney already explained in the course of the announcement in 2018 that the - at that time still nameless - "Rogue One" prequel series wanted to be stylistically based on espionage thrillers.

But not only dramaturgically, "Andor" could also be based on "Rogue One" in terms of content - and throw the other viewing habits of the franchise overboard. It will be the first live-action series under the "Star Wars" label that does not use so-called Stage Craft technology. Usually the same is used for digital backgrounds. But the shooting of "Andor" took place a lot indoors, and large sets were used.

Where can "Andor" be located chronologically?

Even self-proclaimed "Star Wars" experts can get a bit confused in view of nine episodes, "Star Wars Stories" and various series - here "Andor" is classified chronologically. As noted, Andor is the prelude to Rogue One, the film in which the plans for the Death Star fall into the hands of the rebels. This is a crucial turning point in the saga that made possible the events of the first Star Wars film from 1977, Episode IV: A New Hope.

"Andor" is another link between the prequel (Episode I to III) and the original trilogy (Episode IV to VI). The events depicted in the recently released Disney+ series Obi-Wan Kenobi predate Andor. The animated series "Rebels" is set in a similar period, but it remains unclear to what extent the timelines overlap. "Star Wars" films and series that play far before or far after Cassian Andor's journey are deliberately left out here.

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"Star Trek" icon Jonathan Frakes: Picard's eternal "number one" turns 70


On board the Enterprise, Commander William T. Riker is Mister Reliable and the most loyal companion of Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart, 82). When looking at the work of actor Jonathan Frakes (70), it is noticeable that both virtues of his prime role also apply to him. You can always rely on him both in front of and behind the camera, while he has mostly stayed true to the science fiction genre as an actor and director. That is, if he isn't presenting incomprehensible - and at times incredibly stupid - spooky stories as moderator of the mystery series "X-Factor". A definitely true story: On August 19, "Number One" celebrates its 70th birthday.

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From Captain to Commander

A Frakes fun fact: Before he acted as the first officer in the series "Starship Enterprise - The Next Century" (1987-1994), he had the role of a now more famous than ever captain: For openings of various comic book stores in the USA he slipped into the costume of Marvel hero Captain America for promotional purposes. He got the job through a friend who was there as Spider-Man himself: "Long story short - he and I ended up on this weird opening tour," as Frakes recalled his beginnings in a recent interview.

The beginning of his acting career can be described as classic: moved to New York City at a young age, little money and many dreams, ended up in the theater and a little later in the daily soap "The Doctors". In the years that followed, however, he was not spared the industry-standard ox tour, in relevant TV series it was initially only enough for one-off appearances - from "Hard but heartily" to "Twilight Zone" to "A Duke rarely comes alone".

Fans of the television series "Torches in the Storm" finally met Frakes in 1985 as Stanley Hazard, the older brother of George Hazard (James Read, 69) - one of the main characters. For Frakes, the miniseries was a stroke of luck in two respects: he and "torches in the storm" colleague Genie Francis (60, role name: Brett Main) fell in love on the set, the wedding bells rang in 1988 and they are happily married to this day.

The Last Frontier

In 1987, the role finally followed, for which Frakes is still remembered by most people and probably some aliens: "Spaceship Enterprise - The Next Century" is with its seven seasons and 178 episodes just ahead of "Deep Space Nine" the longest-lived " Star Trek series. First clean-shaven and later with a robust beard, Frakes quickly gathered a loyal following as William T. Riker.

From 1990 he was able to prove that he also has his leadership qualities on the other side of the camera. He then directed several episodes of the sci-fi series and later expanded his work to include "Deep Space Nine" and "Star Trek: Voyager". Frakes also directed what many fans consider to be the best feature film of the "Next Generation", "Star Trek: First Contact" (1996). As does the direct and significantly more insipid sequel "Star Trek: Insurrection" (1998).

While Frakes was literally reaching for the stars professionally, his family had to cope with a heavy blow of fate. Frake's younger brother, Daniel, died of complications from pancreatic cancer in 1997. "His doctors gave him six to eight months to live and said there was nothing more they could do for him. He died a week before my daughter was born." Since then, Frakes has been involved in the fight against the disease, for example with the "Trek Against Cancer" campaign.

"Something similar happened..."

The second major TV production Jonathan Frakes is known for is the mystery series X-Factor: The Unbelievable (1997-2002, 2021). Several supposedly supernatural stories were presented in each episode of the series, which Frakes took over moderation from James Brolin (82) after just one season. At the end of each episode, viewers were asked to guess which of the stories was supposedly true and which was fictional.

The format became unintentionally funny thanks to its mostly amateur actors, outlandish stories, and Frakes' constant protestations that "something similar" actually happened somehow, somewhere, sometime - mostly on the East Coast and in the 1980s...

Once a Trekkie, always a Trekkie

As a film director, Frakes only has the works "Clockstoppers" (2002) and "Thunderbirds" (2004) besides the two "Star Trek" parts - also two science fiction strips. The list in the series is much longer: Frakes proved his talent in "NCIS", "Castle", "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.", "The Orville" and "Roswell".

So Frakes cannot complain about a lack of employment. Despite the extensive directing work, he always returned to the "Star Trek" cosmos at warp speed. For "Star Trek: Picard" both in front of and behind the camera, for the announced second season of the latest offshoot "Star Trek: Strange New Worlds" as a director. So the universe is far from seeing the end of Jonathan "Number One" Frakes.

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Disney+ showcases 'National Treasure: Edge of History'

A streaming series based on the adventure movies with Nicolas Cage "coming soon" on Disney +

There was no trailer premiere at Comic-Con in San Diego, but a short teaser - and a behind-the-scenes featurette - when "National Treasure: Edge of History" was dedicated to a panel on Thursday.

The TV series continues to spin on the popular films with Nicolas Cage, and even though fans have been nagging and hoping for a third film, it unfortunately seems difficult to get. Instead of Cage, we now have to settle for a young Latin girl (Lisette Olivera) who takes over the torch and embarks on the treasure hunt of her life.

But we will recognize some faces from the movies, including Harvey Keitel in the role of FBI agent and Justin Bartha returning in the role of Riley. In the clip that Disney has just released online, he says:

 - The wonderful thing about the films and now the TV series is that they use American history as a springboard for exciting treasure hunts. The difference in the series is that it is a different world, and exploring history was very different 20 years ago when I was young.

 Get to know the heroine Jess, her friends and Catherine Zeta-Jones' villain in the video below.

"National Treasure: Edge of History" will premiere at Disney + soon.

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Chris Hemsworth: Thor's role is constantly evolving


Chris Hemsworth spoke about his Thor role being an ever-evolving character.

The 38-year-old actor first played the legendary superhero in 2011, and since then Chris has found that Thor is different in each of the films.

The Hollywood star revealed to '': "When we started in the first film there were many versions of the character and so I've always hoped... and I think every time we see him in a film see, it's something unique, that's where he's changed. There's always been something...

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unexpected about the character." Chris also thinks that Thor has become better known since director Taika Waititi joined the franchise. The actor thinks that 46-year-old Taika made Thor more humorous and also more emotionally vulnerable. "I definitely think from 'Ragnarok' onwards his sense of humor made it all the more relatable and there was a greater sense of fun and enjoyment in it. I think the more vulnerable he got over time and the more complex - to the extent that he's prone to emotional Trauma or emotional complications - his mental fitness wasn't always at ten... I think people kind of appreciated that," the star continued. Meanwhile, Tessa Thompson recently revealed that the sexuality of her role as Valkyrie has been a "big talking point" among the 'Thor: Love and Thunder' creators.