Bryce Dallas Howard: “And my grandmother said to me, “Do you know what the rate of the average working actor in SAG is, in terms of how many auditions it takes for them to get a job?”
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Ron Howard Talks About Returning to Acting in ‘Arrested Development’, Directing His Daughter and Young Actors in the Spotlight
Ron Howard hasn’t appeared in a meaningful acting role since the 1986 TV movie Return to Mayberry, reprising his role of Opie Tyler from The Andy Griffith Show, preferring to sit in the director’s chair. It has worked out well for him, since he won Best Director and Best Picture Oscars for A Beautiful Mind along with directing several other popular films.
Here are 3 videos: The first is the Rogen, Gordon-Levitt, Kendrick, writer Reiser and Bryce Dallas Howard discussing working together. The last 2 is from Moviefone, where Kendrick, Gordon-Levitt and Rogen ask each other questions. Check it out – you’ll definitely chuckle.
Bryce Dallas Howard on “The Help”: “I Loved Playing a Character That I Didn’t Have to Worry About Being Likable”
The Help’s Bryce Dallas Howard talked about playing a rich snob in the new movie, which tells the story of a group of African-American maids in 1960s Mississippi.
Howard revealed what draws her to those complex character roles and shared what ultimately made her follow in her famous father’s foot steps.
Cast: Emma Stone, Bryce Dallas Howard, Viola Davis, Sissy Spacek
Written/Directed: Tate Taylor