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At Sundance, Glamour mag toasted its Reel Moments short film contest with a midnight séance hosted by A&E’s spooky new show “Paranormal State.” Bryce Dallas Howard, actress and daughter of legendary director Ron Howard, came out for the creepy party, where investigators managed to find a ghost in the old hotel. Howard, who left her 11-month-old home with her hubby, was daunted by both the ghost and the film festival. “It’s my first time,” she told us. Shockingly, her dad had never been, either. “He called me and asked me what it was like. I said, ‘Dad, why don’t you come? I’m sure they’d love to have you.'”

CONGRATULATIONS to Bryce for her nomination for her role as in . She has been nominated in the following category with the following fellow actresses! Good Luck Bryce.. we hop eto see more of you out and about now! 🙂

Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture made for TV


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Bryce attended Glamour Reel Moments last night where she supported Kirsten Dunst’s directorial debut! (Videos & Pics have been added). Bryce was also photographed taking advantage of the sales at Fred Segal with her son, last week, we have added a set of pics to the gallery along with some HQ stills from ‘As you like it’… Also Spider-Man 3 is out on DVD on Friday in the UK!

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I have added a bunch of magazine scans from old mags such as, Dazed & Confused, Empire, Elle and Telegraph Magazine… plus some new MQ promotional images from ‘The Village’ and ‘Lady in the Water’. Also check out this behind the scenes peek at ‘As you like it’

I have just added some trailer caps and a promotional still from ‘As You Like It’. Plus the poster for ‘Loss of a Teardrop Diamond’. I am currently scanning a bunch of magazines, so stay tuned…

Bryce stood patiently in the middle of Railroad Avenue awaiting her cue to walk past mingling jazz musicians and antique automobiles early Saturday morning.

The star and the crew of “The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond” were in Donaldsonville’s historic district filming scenes through the night Friday and into the morning Saturday. Three separate scenes were shot in locations along Railroad Avenue. The crew set up base camp at the American Legion Hall on Veterans’ Boulevard.

The final scene set up the avenue to look like Memphis’ Beale Street in the 1920s. Extras from Marksville, several antique automobiles and horses and carriages were used in the night scene. The entire block of the avenue was secured for filming and the exteriors of the buildings were adjusted to reflect the period.

Written by Tennessee Williams, “The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond” is the story of Fisher Willow (Howard) the disliked debutante daughter of a plantation owner. After returning from studies overseas, she falls in love with Jimmy (Chris Evans), the down-and-out son of an alcoholic father (David Strathairn) and an insane mother who works at a store on her family’s plantation. She tries to pass him off as an upper-class suitor to appease her spinster aunt (Ann-Margret) who controls her family’s fortune. When she loses a diamond, it places their tenuous relationship in further jeopardy.

Actress Lindsay Lohan was set to play Fisher but was replaced by Howard, who is the daughter of actor-director Ron Howard. Jodie Markell will be making her feature directorial debut with the film. The crew also filmed scenes at Nottoway Plantation in nearby White Castle and in several other locations in Louisiana.

Bryce Dallas Howard was 21 when she was cast as Rosalind in As You Like It at the Public Theater. “I had never even read the play,” she says. “I was put in the day before production started.” But when Kenneth Branagh began casting for his film adaptation — set in nineteenth-century Japan — she was eager to reprise the Shakespearean role. The daughter of director Ron Howard, she’s now 26 and best known for playing a blind girl in The Village, a narf in Lady in the Water, and Peter Parker’s second love interest in Spider-Man 3. As You Like It premieres tomorrow on HBO, and Vulture had some questions for the redheaded star.

M. Night Shyamalan famously offered you the part in The Village with no audition after attending your performance at the Public. Did he ever explain what he saw in your Rosalind?
I don’t know if it was something about Rosalind or more about me and the stage that I was at in my life. He said that if he had brought me in to audition, I wouldn’t have gotten the part. There was a quality that he saw that wouldn’t have survived an audition. I had gotten a terrible review from the New York Times — they literally singled me out. I thought, All right, well, I’m still doing the show. I’m just going to play. I’m not going to be so hard on myself. And M. Night came and saw it shortly thereafter. I think what he saw from me was like kamikaze acting.

Did you have to audition for the film version?
Oh, yes. I desperately wanted to audition because it was my only chance to meet Kenneth Branagh. I watched his Hamlet when I was in high school, and it had a big impact on me. The rest of the cast had already been put together, and I thought, Well, this is understandably impossible. They have an almost entirely British cast. They’re going to want a British Rosalind.

Once you were cast, did they help you master the accent?
I just stayed in the dialect the whole time. I don’t know, six weeks. I asked anyone to tell me if I said something wrong. So I would get pointers from my driver, from the hairdresser, from Ken.

Does Kevin Kline do that too?
I mean, Kevin Kline is an honorary Brit. [Laughs.] He doesn’t need help from anybody!

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Bryce has been named #25 on Independent Critics list of “100 Most Beautiful Faces”- Click here to see the full list.

According to As You Like It official site the film will debut Tuesday, August 21st, at 9 pm EST on HBO.

You can watch the trailer here. I also added some more stills to the gallery.