04.17.2019
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Laura Dern currently stars as anti-bullying advocate Renata Klein in the HBO series Big Little Lies. She co-stars with Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley, Alexander Skarsgård, Zoë Kravitz and Meryl Streep. The powerhouse part has won her Emmy and Golden Globe awards. Dern, a two-time Oscar nominated actress, has been acting professionally she was 11. She has played countless landmark roles in films such as Blue VelvetRambling RoseCitizen RuthEnlightenedWild and many more. Most recently, to help shed light on the absolute ridiculousness of the gender pay gap, she partnered with NUT-rition. Dern executive produced a film which presents the pay parity issue in a very relatable way.

I know that you cannot say much about the upcoming season of Big Little Lies, but can you give us a hint of what might happen?
Laura Dern
: We have all been joking what boring interviews we are, because there is nothing that any of us can say. We are so close to the series coming out. I can say that it’s really exciting to continue with a tribe of women who really love each other deeply, and consider each other family. And we have our new family member addition, the goddess of all time, Meryl Streep.

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04.15.2019
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The gallery has been updated with a few HQ photos of Laura at the San Francisco International Film Festival, which presented a tribute to her and a screening of Trial By Fire. Take a look and enjoy, hopefully more goodies will come soon.



04.11.2019
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The gallery has been updated with over 1.000 HD screencaptures of Laura Dern from The Tale. Take a look and enjoy them!

A woman filming a documentary on childhood rape victims starts to question the nature of her childhood relationship with her riding instructor and running coach.



04.05.2019
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The gallery has been updated with a few additions of posters and stills from a few movies Laura Dern did recently. Take a look and enjoy!




04.04.2019
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The trailer for J.T. LeRoy dropped out, here it is.

A young woman named Savannah Knoop spends six years pretending to be the celebrated author JT LeRoy, the made-up literary persona of her sister-in-law.

04.02.2019
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“I believe it is our ultimate job requirement as mothers to make our children, the next generation, not have to be fighting for these issues, which ultimately seem like the minutia,” Dern tells me over the phone. “It’s so obvious it should have changed so long ago — but if we get things out of the way, they can take care and heal the planet that we’ve left them to adopt.”

They being our children. They being the little people we’re raising. They being the kids that were just like me — taking to heart the messages about equality, environmentalism, and ecological balance hidden in our favorite movies and TV shows.

I HOPE WE ARE LEAVING THEM THE LEGACY OF, LESS OF A LONG LIST. THE THINGS THEY HAVE TO FIGHT FOR.

Dern knows the impact her privilege and her work has on this fight. She worked on Wild, the first project from Hello Sunshine, the production company Reese Witherspoon started with the goal of telling female-led stories, and later of course joined the cast of Big Little Lies, playing Renata Klein, a dedicated mother and high-flying careerist who challenged our ideas about villainy. At times, her role is art imitating life. When talking about her working with so many empowering women on the show, she says they are with “great, good fortune doing a job that involves not being silenced anymore. That’s the theme of the show — how to have self respect and use your voice and not be silenced.”

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04.02.2019
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Of all the lines Laura Dern has uttered in nearly four decades as an actress, there’s one in particular that she’s heard repeated over and over again. It’s from 1993’s blockbuster hit Jurassic Park, said by the character of paleobotanist Dr. Ellie Sattler: “Dinosaurs eat man. Woman inherits the Earth.”

It always makes Dern proud.

“At various events, for women’s rights advocacy and various organizations, I have many, many times, unrelated to me, seen a Dr. Ellie Sattler quote used to start the conference or start the conversation,” Dern tells Yahoo Entertainment. “I just love that Ellie is, you know, a bit of a feminist hero. And I know for kids, when I did that film, they really loved seeing her in power and fighting off raptors, doing some very cool, badass stuff. Ellie is forever alive in my heart, and I’m very close to her.”

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