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Thanks to some good friends I was able to get HQ stills of Laura’s two episodes of Twin Peaks. Not really sure if she’s going to be back anytime soon to The Return series, but so far that’s what we got and it’s amazing already! Take a look in the gallery.

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The gallery has been updated with Bluray HD screencaptures of 99 Homes in which Laura played Lynn Nash. The movie received many good reviews, some more than others but overall everyone agreed it was an intense and effective drama. If you haven’t seen it yet I strongly suggest you to, and in the meantime enjoy the pics.

A desperate construction worker reluctantly accepts a job with the ruthless real-estate broker who evicted him and his family from their home.

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A formidable actress, Laura Dern has been working in Hollywood since age 5. At 13 years old, the daughter of icons Diane Ladd and Bruce Dern became the youngest Miss Golden Globe and soon thereafter earned critical acclaim with her breakout role in Blue Velvet. The 1986 film also marked the first time Dern and director David Lynch would work together throughout her career, a pairing that continues with Twin Peaks’ celebrated return on Showtime.

Known for her highly emotive face, Dern built a diverse and award-winning career as a working actress in the decade following Blue Velvet. She starred in Wild at Heart, her first reunion with Lynch; earned her first Academy Award nomination for Rambling Rose; and found blockbuster success as Dr. Ellie Sattler in Jurassic Park. On TV, she picked up two Primetime Emmy nominations for roles in Afterburn and Fallen Angels. Then, in 1997, she played Ellen DeGeneres’ love interest in the two-part coming out episode of Ellen.

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Many people thought they had “Big Little Lies” pegged after HBO aired the first episode of the limited series in February. Soapy whodunit. Bitchy behavior. Mommy wars. Privileged women. Impossibly gorgeous homes.

The series invited those judgments and then proceeded to methodically upend them, delivering a nuanced look at motherhood, domestic abuse and, yes, the ways that knee-jerk assumptions can be wrong, damaging and self-sabotaging. Ultimately, it’s about a group of women finding solace and strength in each other.

That dynamic played out among the cast, as we learn from a long conversation with “Big Little Lies” stars Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern. In the series, Witherspoon plays Madeline, the community’s queen bee, who clashes with Dern’s steely career mom, Renata. Kidman plays Celeste, envied, elegant, but hiding a secret life of violent abuse.

These actresses adore one another and, in between Dern and Witherspoon planning a vacation together and stories of Dern’s dad, Bruce, visiting the set (“It was a scene with a lot of profanity,” Dern remembers, laughing, “and I think he brought out the best in us”), they spoke about what made the series so special and why they’re eager to bring it back for a second season.

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Laura Dern has appeared in major blockbuster hits, art house darlings and on TV. But the star who can be currently seen in the new “Twin Peaks” reboot and the forthcoming Star Wars installment “The Last Jedi” says there is still one dream role she has yet to play: Madge, the sassy manicurist from those old school Palmolive commercials.

Dern sat down with Ad Age backstage at the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity Sunday to discuss her take on advertising today, her favorite apps and aging gracefully in Hollywood. This interview has been slightly edited for flow and readability.

Will you get to see any of the work while you’re here?
I don’t know if I’ll be able to. But I’m learning so much just getting to talk to brands and advertisers. It’s interesting to start to figure out how you can participate in the world, especially if you have a mission statement, a goal in mind, so you start to be able to invent where it is a match that also can be purposeful, be it a product you love or a cause you love.

What’s your mission statement?
I love being an actor, but as an individual and as a woman particularly who was not only raised by actresses but is an actress, I’m very excited about the paradigm shift in America, finally, about race and wisdom and sexuality being a little more like a fine wine as opposed to something that we’re supposed to hide or run from.

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Much more screentime on this last episode of Twin Peaks, much more feels and emotions. At a point it gave me goosebumps for the greatness of Laura’s acting in those seconds of silence and just looks. Take a look in the gallery for HD screencaptures from Part 7 of Twin Peaks Remake.

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Laura Dern says narcissism in the acting world “can only last for so long,” and she ​called on the advertising world to change up press events to create a “teachable moment” where actors can discuss causes they are passionate about ​– rather than droning on about themselves.

The “Twin Peaks” and “Big Little Lies” star spoke in a Cannes Lions session ​that pitted Hollywood against the YouTube generation. She was joined on the ​Ketchum-hosted ​panel​ by comedian and YouTube creator Grace Helbig.

Dern said her Oscar-nominated role in the 2014 film “Wild” sparked a passion to raise awareness to fight lung cancer, as her character died from the disease. Dern said, “I was happy to do that, for me it was an act of service, a beautiful teachable moment.”

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