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Bryce Dallas Howard dismisses Chris Pratt feud

Published 01/10/2016

Bryce Dallas Howard
Bryce Dallas Howard

The blockbuster's director claims the next film in the franchise will be the scariest yet.

Jurassic World co-stars Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt have dismissed rumours suggesting they don't get along.

The two stars will team up again for the dinosaur movie's sequel next year (17) and Howard admits she's "counting the days" amid reports of a spat between the pair.

When one fan asked her directly if the rumours of a feud were true, Bryce responded: "That rumor is so not true!!! I worship Chris! We’re shooting next year and counting the days!!!"

And Pratt appears to want to set things straight too, picking up his pal's tweet and adding: "Love you too Bryce! Just reading the script right now! So awesome! Round two baby!!!"

And when another fan quizzed Chris further about the made-up feud, he added: "People are stupid. And mean. Don’t buy it for a second. BDH is my spirit animal. I'd go to the mat for her and I know she feels the same."

Meanwhile, Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow has offered up a few teasers about the eagerly-anticipated sequel, which has the provisional title Ancient Futures.

Trevorrow, who will not be directing the new film but is writing the screenplay, says, "It will be more suspenseful and scary."

The follow-up, to be directed by The Impossible's Juan Antonio Bayona, is scheduled to start shooting early next year (17) for a June, 2018 release.

Trevorrow reveals he started work on the script with the director in mind before he had even signed on: "I knew I wanted Bayona to direct it long before anyone ever heard that was a possibility, so the whole thing was just built around his skill set."

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