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Welcome to Bryce-DallasHoward.Com, your #1 fansite source online. You may know Bryce from her performances in "The Village (2004)", "The Help (2011)" and most recently "Jurassic World (2015)". Bryce is currently filming "Gold (2016)" opposite Matthew McConaughey and can next be seen in Disney's "Pete's Dragon (2016)". Bryce is the daughter of Oscar-winning director, Ron Howard. Please browse the site for info, visit our image gallery and we will continue to bring you updates, enjoy your stay!

I have added screen caps from the ‘Lady In The Water’ DVD…

I have added a whole bunch of new and old images to the gallery. I also found this poster for “Brontë” which features Bryce’s name… so maybe this is more than just a rumor. Lohan Online is one of our new top affiliates. We are also looking for new affiliates, so please if you have a great site you would like to link with us. email me.

Yey! I found newimages… This photoshoot from 2006 was featured in the Telegraph Magazine. The shoot is by Photographer Christan Witkin. Sadly only MQ tho.

Oh yeay! Please welcome Jane who has joined us at BryceFan… she is going to be looking after the site and adding lots of new fun stuff for you! Stay tuned! Yey!

I have added the rest of the screen caps from the DVD extras of ‘The Village’.

I have added some rare photographs of Bryce behind the scenes, filming ‘The Village’. Great photographs.. tomorrow I will add the video ‘Bryce’s Diary’ which is 9minutes long, and all about her time filing ‘The Village’.

I have added screen captures from the DVD of ‘The Village’, over the next few days I will be adding more caps from Behind The Scenes footage.. stay tuned!

After Renee Zellweger as Beatrix Potter and Anne Hathaway as Jane Austen, three more American actresses are set to give purists the vapors by taking on the roles of the most famous sisters in English literature: Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte.

Michelle Williams, Bryce Dallas Howard and Evan Rachel Wood are lining up to star in “Bronte,” a biopic written and to be directed by Charles Sturridge, which is set to shoot in September.

Icon Entertainment Intl. has picked up foreign sales for “Bronte,” with ICM representing the project in North America. Alastair Maclean-Clark and Basil Stephens of AMC Pictures are producing. Sturridge’s screenplay is based on an original script by Angela Workman.

The Bronte sisters and their brother, Branwell, grew up in isolation on the Yorkshire moors, and went on to write some of the most enduring novels in the canon of English literature — Charlotte’s “Jane Eyre,” Emily’s “Wuthering Heights” and Anne’s “The Tenant of Wildfell Hall.”

As children, they created epic fantasy worlds to entertain themselves, led by the charismatic Branwell, but when he descended into alcohol and opium abuse, the sisters had to find their own way in a world dominated by strict patriarchal conventions. This initially forced them to disguise their identities by publishing under male pseudonyms.

Sturridge said, “My family come from Yorkshire and I grew up with five sisters, so this is a story I have always wanted to tell. We all remember the lost worlds of our childhoods, but these amazing girls never abandoned them and applied the same unique and uncompromising daring to their work as adults.”

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