Bryce Dallas Howard will be wearing "rubber soles" in the opening scene of the 'Jurassic World' sequel.
The flame-haired actress was filmed running in a pair of high-heels in the money-spinning sci-fi movie, which was released earlier this year, but Bryce has confirmed she won't be trying to recreate the scene in the sequel.
She shared: "The way that [director] Colin [Trevorrow] told me that the sequel was happening, when it got greenlit and I was going to be in it, he texted me: #NoHeels2018. And I was like, 'Yeah boy!'"
In fact, Bryce joked that the sequel would poke fun at the memorable scene.
She told ET Online: "The first shot needs to be something just really capable, like just something with great arch support and rubber soles. She needs to be ready to run, eventually."
What's more, Bryce admitted she was surprised by the controversy that followed the eye-catching scene.
She said: "Of course it's illogical for her to be in heels in the jungle.
"She never intended to go in the jungle. And if she was in flats, that would be a cheat.
"That would be something where it's like, 'She managed to get her hands on some flats.' No, no, no, Claire never thought she was going to end up traipsing in the jungle, let alone outrunning a T. rex."