In this April 18, 2017, photo supplied by the Tourism New Zealand, United States actress Bryce Dallas Howard reacts as she enjoys a kayak trip down the Dart River in the Mt. Aspiring National Park, in New Zealand. (Tourism New Zealand via AP)
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