Bryce Dallas Howard
The "Happy Days" star doesn't expect his daughter to cast him out of nepotism. "Unless I'm right for something, absolutely right, it ain't happening," he said.
The "Jurassic World: Dominion" director also said he didn't know until the marketing campaign that his film was poised to end the franchise.
Howard credited "Jurassic World: Dominion" Colin Trevorrow for "protecting" her from demands about her weight.
"We’re going be paid the same and you don’t have to think about this, Bryce,'" Pratt told his co-star.
The "Mandalorian" director revealed that upcoming Disney+ series "Ahsoka," starring Rosario Dawson, will cater to lovers of the "Star Wars" prequel.
Howard admits the 2011 drama is "told through the perspective of a white character and was created by predominantly white storytellers."
Paramount hosted 20 minutes of surreal footage Monday night with star Taron Egerton at the West Hollywood club where John launched his superstardom in 1970.
The second film in the Bruce Cameron-created dog-iverse trades in stereotypes and mixed messaging, but at least there's less on-screen canine peril.
The costuming controversy from the first film gets a cheap, lazy fix that's just as dumb as the original option.
Variety's Hollywood salary breakdown also reveals Patty Jenkins' $9 million "Wonder Woman 2" payday, which is triple the amount she earned on the original.
The super-sized Super Bowl preview for the "Jurassic World" sequel is an action extravaganza.
Six new episodes premiere on Netflix this week.
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