Talk to Subway what is its role in Jurassic World: Dominion could mean for the representation of women in action films, she explained: “What being in this third film has enabled – how to say this, how to say that, how to say that…[I’ve] I was asked not to use my natural body in the cinema.”
In fact, Bryce said director Colin Trevorrow had to come to his defense. “On the third movie, it was actually because there were so many women in the cast, it was something Colin was very keen on protecting me,” she continued. “The conversation resumed: ‘We have to ask Bryce to lose weight.'”
She continued, “He said to me, ‘There are a lot of different women on this planet, and there are a lot of different women in our movie,’ and I had to do so many stunts that wouldn’t have were possible. if I had gone on a diet.”
Bryce added, “So I’m really excited [at] all the actions I have to do, and I have to do it with my body. She was at peak strength, and I hope that’s just another indication of what’s possible.”
This comes a month after Bryce revealed that she was “paid significantly less” than her co-star Chris Pratt for her role in the franchise. “When I started to negotiate for Jurassic, it was 2014, and it was a different world, and I was at a huge disadvantage. And unfortunately, you have to sign up for three films, and so your offers are fixed,” she explained.
Bryce was also candid about buy her own dresses for red carpets, because a lot of designer sample size outfits — what you typically see celebrities wear to events — don’t fit up to a US size 6. “I like having lots of options for a size 6, as opposed to maybe an option,” she said in 2016.
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