‘Jurassic World Dominion’ Screenwriter and ‘Elvis’ Dialect Coach Hired – The Hollywood Reporter

Love is in the air at the multiplex.

Emily Carmichael, co-writer of Jurassic World Dominionand Erik Singer, dialect coach on Elvis, are engaged. The pair, whose films are currently in the top three at the US box office, confirmed the news with The Hollywood Reporter and shared their exclusive (and playful) engagement portraits.

Carmichael and Singer met in Budapest on the set of Terminator: Dark Fate. Singer, who also worked on Mulan, the survivor and Cabinet of Curiositiesserved as dialect coach while Carmichael (Pacific Rim: Uprising) was there visiting on set. He confirms that he fell in love with her immediately and they started dating in November 2018.

“She was hilarious and razor sharp,” says Singer, who has worked closely with Elvis escape Austin Butler, training him to master the voice and articulation of Elvis Presley for the demanding (and critically acclaimed) transformation. “It was pretty much love at first sight, at least for me.”

Their engagement also went smoothly. Carmichael details that it happened in the car on the way to the supermarket. “We had already had a series of ongoing conversations establishing that we wanted to spend our lives together. Suddenly it hit me,” she explains. “I said, ‘Wait, I want to marry you, and you want to marry me,’ and Erik said, ‘Yeah.’ I said, ‘Holy shit, we’re engaged!’ »

As for the images, Carmichael enlisted the talents of costume designer Katja Andreiev to create a mix of sci-fi and fantasy costumes. “Sci-fi and fantasy are everything to me,” she says. “Genres of magic, adventure, romance, respect and growth. You should have fun and put magic in your life as much as possible.

They plan to get married in the summer of 2023 at their home.

Dialect coach Erik Singer and screenwriter Emily Carmichael share their engagement photos.
Courtesy of Emily Carmichael

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Emily Carmichael and Erik Singer
Courtesy of Emily Carmichael and Erik Singer