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SO SORRY, I really thought I had added them first thing when I opened this fansite. My bad.
What can I say? My very first Laura Dern experience, Jurassic Park is the first movie I saw her into and my most favorite Trilogy. I watch it basically at least once a month, if not more.
Since tomorrow I’m leaving for vacation, I thought I’d leave you here for a week with double the fun, by posting twice and now two movies. Enjoy!

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The gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures of Laura from the movie Tenderness. Take a look and enjoy.

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The gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures from Teachers (1984), in which Laura played Diane. Take a look and enjoy!

A well meaning but burned-out high school teacher tries to maintain order against the backdrop of a pending lawsuit against his school district when it comes to light they gave a diploma to an illiterate student.

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The gallery has been updated with over 1700 screencaptures from Citizen Ruth, from 1996 in which Laura played Ruth. Enjoy.

An irresponsible, drug-addicted, recently impregnated woman finds herself in the middle of an abortion debate when both parties attempt to sway her to their respective sides.

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The gallery has been updated to complete the category of Star Wars: The Last Jedi with promotional images, HD screencaptures from the movies and the bonus featurette, and the video of it. Enjoy!

Rey develops her newly discovered abilities with the guidance of Luke Skywalker, who is unsettled by the strength of her powers. Meanwhile, the Resistance prepares for battle with the First Order.

Movie Productions > Star Wars: The Last Jedi > Bonus Featurette “Vice Admiral Holdo”
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Laura Dern received her seventh Emmy nomination for the HBO movie “The Tale” on Thursday, with the celebrated actress telling Variety that the film goes beyond a story of sexual abuse.

“The theme beyond sexual abuse I think is the theme of the stories and narratives we tell ourselves and how we re-tell stories perhaps in order to survive them,” she said. “There’s this scene with Common and I where he refers to me in the fashion of being a victim, and I get very angry and say, ‘I’m not a victim!’ It is in the zeitgeist for people to say they won’t accept abuse of power anymore, but that won’t change if perpetrators continue to use the tool of shaming us…I feel like we’re determined to not be a victimized generation.”

In the film, Dern stars as a professor and documentary filmmaker who is a survivor of sexual abuse, as she recalls what happened to her when she was 13. The story is based on writer-director Jennifer Fox’s own life. Dern also thanked the Television Academy for their support of the project, as she feels it draws more attention to tough subject matter.

“We know how much this kind of support means in the world of independent film, which [‘The Tale’] started as,” she said. “When it’s something with profoundly important subject matter, you’re wanting audiences to find they’re way to you, so this kind of support will continue to help people find this story, which seems to be making a great impact on so many people.”

And of course, Dern had nothing but love for the cast and crew of “Twin Peaks,” which picked up nine nominations though none in the acting categories.

“My great thrill this morning was for David Lynch to get nominated for directing because he is the greatest revolutionary,” she said. “All my artist friends just pine for anything he creates and to redefine the way stories are told…I wish that ‘Twin Peaks’ was acknowledged in every possible category because working on it blew my mind.”


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Deadline dedicated one of their latest issues to drama and has David Lynch was on cover I was pretty sure to find some Twin Peaks – so Laura – inside.
The gallery has been updated with the whole article on it, minus the front pictures of David. Enjoy.