Bryce Dallas Howard has revealed that the executives behind the ‘Jurassic World’ trilogy had issues with her body and weight.
“How do you say this… [I’ve] They asked me not to use my natural body in the film,” said the actress who played Claire Dearing in the film. told metro In an article published Thursday.
The actress, who performed her own stunts in the film, added that it was director Colin Trevorrow who stood up for her.
“And in the third film, we actually had such a large female cast that Colin felt very strong in terms of protecting me. As the conversation came up again, I was like, ‘Like losing to Bryce.’ I need to ask “Weight”
She continued, “He said, ‘There are a lot of different kinds of women on this planet, and there are a lot of different kinds of women in our movies.’ rice field.”
The 44-year-old star of “Help” said she was “thrilled” to be able to use her body to perform stunts with “maximum strength,” and said other directors had more weight on women than on women’s weight. I hope to encourage you to focus more on your abilities.
Howard has appeared in star-studded films alongside DeWanda Wise, Chris Pratt, Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern, and Sam Neill.
Weisz, who was also in the interview, agreed with her co-star and talked about the physical changes she felt while playing Kayla Watts in the sci-fi movie.
“It’s always something,” Weisz, 38, told the outlet. It’s every aspect, relentless and impossible.”
The actresses say there were “more women than men” in the film, but Howard says it’s still “rare” to see a set with such diversity.
The actress-turned-film director hinted five years ago that she faced pressure to lose weight for her role in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
“I gained 35 pounds on Black Mirror, so I train a lot for that.” she told us in 2017.
Howard had gained weight for the iconic Netflix series to play a woman struggling with an eating disorder.