Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Bryce Dallas Howard doesn't want a job because of her father

Whatever the impact of the Howard name, it was Bryce’s skill in nailing Rosalind in a New York production of As You Like It, aged 22, that kick-started her career, leading to her role in The Village, followed by Lars von Trier’s Manderlay, M Night Shyamalan’s Lady in the Water and Kenneth Branagh’s film adaptation of As You Like It. ‘Ken is brilliant. He has so much energy it is infectious and – this may seem completely obvious – he has a devout passion for Shakespeare.’

But it was the popcorn hits that placed her centre stage: Spider-Man 3, Terminator Salvation and her splashiest role so far, as the evil vampire Victoria in last year’s Twilight instalment Eclipse, opposite Kristen Stewart and heart-throbs Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner, who were mobbed in Vancouver where they were filming.

‘The fans are very passionate,’ she says, ‘but Rob is totally humble and embarrassed about all the attention.’ She agrees that he is gorgeous. ‘I just knew that, in our fight scene, if I messed up his hair millions of young women would want to kill me.’

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DailyMail.co.uk via Team Twilight via Twilightish

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