19 Jun 17

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.

18 Jun 17

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.”

Read the full article in our press archive.

18 Jun 17

Take a look in the gallery for a few photos of Laura during today’s Cannes Lions Festival 2017: Day 2. Hopefully tomorrow will be more to add and/or switch the MQ with higher quality ones but for now, here’s your first look.

12 Jun 17

Finally Laura makes her “debut” into Twin Peaks, on last episodes and we learn her role is of Diane Evans. We have been suspended to know for quite a while. Take a look in the gallery for a few HD screencaptures from the episode, hopefully she’s going to be on more in the next ones.

07 Jun 17

Laura Dern holds all the secrets to the year’s most anticipated entertainment, but would we rather she tell us what happens or watch a great actress go to work?

“Big Little Lies.” “Twin Peaks.” “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”

These three projects don’t make up half of Laura Dern’s 2017 body of work, but they do represent defining moments in the year’s entertainment landscape. Few movies or TV shows have been met with as much anticipation or scrutiny, and this level of intense speculation can be tough on an actor who’s been sworn to secrecy.

“A woman came up to me and said, ‘You don’t even tell your kids what part you played? Is that painful as a mother to have to lie to your kids?’ And I got so flustered!” Dern said in a recent interview with IndieWire. “I’m not trying to hurt people by not talking about it!”

Luckily, Dern is a veteran. She’s weathered the storm of probing questions for blockbuster films like “Jurassic Park” and cult fandoms like “Enlightened.” She knows how to handle the pressure of a big budget and an equally big marketing campaign — all without lying.

“The most honest interview I could give about being part of ‘Star Wars’ is: ‘Oh my God! I’m in ‘Star Wars’!’” Dern said. “I mean, other than being on the set of ‘I Love Lucy,’ I don’t think there’s anything that made me more giddy than being part of ‘Star Wars.’ It really is like childhood play.”

Read the full interview in our press archive.

02 Jun 17

“I am so lucky that I was raised by actors, because what I got used to in childhood was the ebb and flow of career,” says Laura Dern. The two-time Oscar nominee has spent her entire life on movie sets; the daughter of actors Bruce Dern and Diane Ladd, she’s worked in front of the camera for close to four decades. “There are these moments when you are working like crazy or have the opportunity to do something you’ve never done. And a time when you’re not working and you’re trying to figure out what creative passions there are in your life other than being an actor.”

Given her take on acting careers, 2017 is shaping up to be quite the tsunami, with Dern appearing in sitcoms, critically acclaimed prestige dramas, Sundance indies, a highly anticipated TV revival, and one of the biggest blockbuster franchises in Hollywood history. But whether Dern is acting in “Star Wars” for director Rian Johnson or sparring with Kristen Wiig on “The Last Man on Earth,” she’s driven by a desire to use her creative outlook to speak about life’s bigger questions. She makes this clear as she surveys her New York City hotel room after having enjoyed, as she puts it, a princess-for-a-night experience at the Met Gala the prior evening. “I feel like the good fortune of careers that are about voice is that we get the privilege of figuring out what we want to say with what we get to do. All of that keeps me going and re-energizes me in new ways depending on what’s happening in our culture.”

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