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Bryce attended the 2007 HBO Summer TCA Press Panel discussion of “As You Like It’. We added pictures to the gallery…

Bryce Dallas Howard: “Being American in this production – I would have to say that Kevin Kline is almost like an honorary Brit when it comes to Shakespeare – I felt like a little bit of a cowboy. Like, it’s, you know, a little rough with the language, and I didn’t really have a lot of confidence with it, initially. But under the guidance of Ken, and everyone else that was involved, I allowed myself to just enjoy the experience and do my best. But it was definitely initially intimidating, perhaps being an American, but even more than that, just being someone who is literally at the start of my career. I haven’t had as much experience as I would like to.”

Some STUNNING photoshoots have been added to the gallery. Taken by Photographers Mark Abrahams and Alexi Lubomirski…

Branagh will set the famous Shakespeare comedy in 19th century Japan. The film is slated to debut on HBO Aug. 21 at 9 PM (ET).

For his fifth Shakespearean screen adaptation, Branagh employs a cast that feaures Brian Blessed (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang – RSC, “I, Claudius”) as Duke Frederick/Duke Senior, Romola Garai (Calico, “Vanity Fair”) as Celia, Bryce Dallas Howard (Public’s As You Like It, “Spider-man 3”) as Rosalind, Kevin Kline (King Lear, “A Fish Called Wanda”) as Jaques, Adrian Lester (Company, “Hustle”) as Oliver, Janet McTeer (A Doll’s House, “Tumbleweeds”) as Audrey, Alfred Molina (Fiddler On The Roof, “Spider-man 2”) as Touchstone and David Oyelowo (RSC’s Henry VI, “Five Days”) as Orlando.

Also included in the cast are Richard Briers as Old Adam, Jimmy Yuill as Corin, Alex Wyndham as Silvius and Jade Jefferies as Phoebe.

Branagh first got the idea of making a movie version of As You Like It while playing Touchstone in repertory in the mid-’80s. “As You Like It is a classic feel-good romantic comedy, and I’ve seen it have a delirious effect on audiences,” said the director-adaptor. “The combination of light and shade means that Shakespeare’s comedies are often as beautiful and moving as the tragedies.”

“By relocating the Forest of Arden to Japan, it would be possible to get audiences to experience the story in a new, different and exotic way,” stated Branagh in a release. “I felt the sublime landscape and fascinating culture could be an inspiring setting for this quintessential romantic comedy. With sumo, martial arts and cherry blossom, I hope that the drama and the joy can combine to produce a wonderfully enjoyable film.”

“People tend to feel that because the Forest of Arden is named in the play, it must be the place in Warwickshire. But Warwickshire isn’t mentioned, any more than the Ardenne in France (another suggested location). In fact, no place names are mentioned. So you could argue that the Forest of Arden is a mythical place, or if you like, a state of mind.”

“When you start working on an adaptation like this, I think you have to find the nuts and bolts of the story and then meet the difference between a 400-year-old text and a contemporary medium,” he revealed. “So, what do you leave out? How do you tell the story with pictures? And how do you strike the balance between presenting the story and finding a visual language that lets the words that remain sing out? It’s also about being bold enough – if you think there is a cinema narrative that is crying out to be followed – to sometimes abandon the structure of the play.”

HBO presents the film in association with BBC Films and A Shakespeare Film Company Production. “As You Like It,” adapted for the screen and directed by Kenneth Branagh, features a design team of Tim Harvey (production) and Susannah Buxton (costumes) Jenny Shircore (makeup and hair). The film also features music composed by Patrick Doyle.

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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!