Bryce Dallas Howard is getting ready to return to the Jurassic World franchise!
The 35-year-old actress revealed to ET that she will begin shooting a sequel to the film "really soon."
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"I'm getting ready to go to [film] Jurassic [World 2] and I got contact lenses to block off my pupil," Howard told ET's Cameron Mathison during the SAG Awards red carpet on Sunday, noting that she has sensitivity to bright lights and it sometimes makes it hard for her to shoot.
"I'm leaving really soon," she said, adding, "It's awesome. Now we're in the flow of things where everyone is talking every day and we're gonna go put on a show!"
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Howard, who earned a SAG nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie for the Netflix's Black Mirror, also dished on the stunning sequin gown that she was wearing to the show.
It turns out that the dress was another off-the rack purchase, that reportedly cost only $309.
"I bought this dress randomly in the fall and then when I found out I got nominated — which I didn't expect at all — I was like 'I'm gonna wear this dress,'" she recalled. "It's something that I got a little while ago so when it happened I turned to my girlfriends and I'm like ‘the pink dress right, do you think I should wear the pink dress? And they’re like 'yeah.'"
The mother of two went on to reveal her 4-year-old daughter Beatrice's hilarious response to her red carpet looks.
"My daughter always says 'Are you getting dressed up so nobody recognizes you?'" Howard said with a laugh. "I'm like 'Yeah, I guess so.'"
Beatrice isn't the only family member weighing in Howard's outfits. The Gold star recently dished to ET about her 9-year-old son Theodore's fashion critiques.
"My son's very honest," Howard shared during the film's New York City premiere two weeks ago. "He'll just look at it and just be like, 'No.'"
See more of Howard's ET interview below.