When "Jurassic World" came out in 2015, there was an uproar about Bryce Dallas Howard's characters always wearing high heels. People could suspend their disbelief that we were in a
world full of prehistoric creatures, namely dinosaurs, but they couldn't suspend their disbelief of a woman running in heels. Granted, yeah, she should have been wearing flats, but the uproar was a bit far-reaching. Nonetheless, it was enough for director, Colin Trevorrow, to tweet out pictures of flat boots captioning it "See
you soon, @BryceDHoward" for the upcoming "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" out this June 22nd. For her part, Howard spoke on how she fought for her character to continue to wear heels, as well as boots, in the new feature film. She went through the script and her character was wearing sneakers or boots for the entire film,
even in the office settings. “It’s a part of the character and kind of a metaphor for her journey. And that’s how it was intended in the first, and intended in the second," she said
"It’s important, I think, to be truthful to the character in that way. She can wear flats and she can wear heels!"
Bryce Dallas Howard.
Howard and Pratt.
People were so upset, they even made this comparison shot.
Things getting rough...
About to run from the T-Rex!
Running from a T-Rex in heels.
Partial poster/infamous heels.
“It's important to be truthful to the character in that way.”
It's a movie about dinosaurs, relax
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