Bryce Dallas Howard likes the “responsibility” of film critics


If dinosaurs don’t scare him, no critic will.

Bryce Dallas Howard told People in a new interview that she relishes “the reviews and their opinions,” even when they’re less than flattering to the 41-year-old ‘Jurassic World Dominion’ star.

“I annoy a lot of people because I really appreciate reviews and their opinions, and the way I’m made to understand when I read reviews,” said Howard, whose father is Oscar-winning director Ron Howard.

Howard, who also starred in M. Night Shyamalan films like ‘The Village’ and ‘Lady in the Water’ as well as a 2016 episode of ‘Black Mirror’ and the Elton John biopic ‘Rocketman’, said clarified that she does not read everything reviews, but the majority of reviews I’ve read in my life, I agree with – and I don’t just read the good ones.

Admitting that she has “a bit of an odd relationship” with critics, Howard told the outlet that she thinks a love of film led most critics to their current roles, which makes her “respected and honored”.

“I love comments so much because it’s the only way to grow and develop my own tastes and so on,” she told the magazine.

Although an “unfavorable review” may generate a thank-you letter from the actress, who expresses her gratitude to the reviewer for her “illuminating” comments, which she might “actually agree with”, Howard said. claimed that she “might not do it”. still feel that way.

“There can be circumstances where I’m part of something and I’m like, ‘Oh my God, that was so…that was so misunderstood,’ or something like that,” she told People. “But I appreciate the responsibility.”

Howard, in another recent interview, told Insider that “Jurassic World” co-star Chris Pratt insisted she get equal pay for spinoffs.


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