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Bryce Dallas Howard is outraged at how the ‘Jurassic World Dominion’ executives felt her ‘natural body’ was too fat

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“How do I say that… [I’ve] was asked not to use my natural body in the cinema,” the actress said

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Bryce Dallas Howard has opened up about conversations about her body that took place before filming ‘Jurassic World Dominion.’ The actress is the latest in a long line of celebs to criticize Hollywood’s obsession with making their leading ladies lose weight.

Actress Bryce, 41, played Claire Dearing opposite Chris Pratt’s Owen Grady in Universal Pictures’ film Jurassic World Dominion. She was asked by Metro in an interview published September 22 to speak about what her upcoming role in the latest film means for female representation in Hollywood action films. Howard responded by saying that she was “asked not to use my natural body in the movies,” but that director Colin Trevorrow supported her.


Howard revealed that her weight had been a topic of discussion in the first two Jurassic films she starred in and she had to go on a diet after “notes” from unknown film executives told her to lose weight. But during filming of the third film, when the topic came up again, director Colin Trevorrow drew a line.

Howard told Metro, “How do I say that, how do I say that, how do I say that… [I’ve] was asked not to use my natural body in the cinema.”

“Actually, with the third film, because there were so many women cast, it was something that Colin [Trevorrow] was very keen to protect me … because the conversation came up again, “We have to ask Bryce to lose weight,” he said, “There are many different types of women on this planet and there are many different types of women on ours.” film’ and I had to do so many stunts that wouldn’t have been possible on a diet,” she added.

“So I’m really excited [at] With all the action I had to do, and I had to do it with my body, she was at her maximum strength and I hope it’s just another indication of what’s possible. Kayla Watts also shared her opinion on body image : “It is always something. There was a lot of opposition to Kayla having muscles, what it means to be a woman, to look like a woman. It’s just every page, it’s relentless and impossible.”

“They introduce these heroines who aren’t perfect. There’s a story, a feeling that you can be heroic even if you don’t feel heroic. I’m interested in the future of action and blockbusters that really allow women to be the full human beings that we are.” Wisely concluded.

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