Plus Emilia Clarke places bets on Jon Snow's fate and Meryl Streep is more politically active than you.
Meryl Streep is an actress who doesn’t need any introduction. Even if you’re not a fan, you’ve probably seen her in a variety of movies, and probably know she’s been rewarded with a record number of Oscar nominations for her performances. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, Meryl Streep sent all 535 members of Congress a letter urging them to bring back the Equal Rights Amendment in order to finally ratify it into the Constitution. "I am writing to ask you to stand up for equality—for your mother,...Show More Summary
The Oscar-winning actress sent a letter to Congress yesterday.
As we all learned in 10th grade history class, after you win a certain amount of Oscars, you basically get to be a senator. Meryl Streep, U.S. Senator for Amazingness, Badass party. (via Getty) Meryl Streep is taking advantage of her general power in society to take political action. Show More Summary
Always an avid feminist, Meryl Streep decided to spend her 66th birthday working to get the Equal Rights Amendment added to the US Constitution. While Congress passed the amendment in 1972, only 35 states have ratified it, and the “Out...Show More Summary
Meryl Streep has reportedly written a letter to each member of congress urging them to reinstate the now defunct Equal Rights Amendment. “I am writing to ask you to stand up for equality — for your mother, your daughter, your sister, your wife or yourself – by actively supporting the Equal Rights Amendment,” the 66-year-old [...]
Meryl Streep is no stranger to bold displays of enthusiasm for gender equality, and it appears that her momentum is only growing. The Associated Press reports that Streep has mailed letters to every member of Congress reminding them that the U.S. Constitution still does not include an Equal Rights Amendment.... More »
WASHINGTON (AP) — No actor or actress can match Meryl Streep's 19 Academy Award nominations, and only Katharine Hepburn has bested her three Oscars for acting. So maybe it's conceivable that Streep's letter Tuesday to each member ofShow More Summary
All 535 members of Congress got Meryl Streep’s autograph delivered straight to their offices on Tuesday. But don’t get too excited, Streepers. She did it for the votes. The Oscar-winning actress penned a personal letter calling on members of the House and Senate to resurrect the Equal Rights Amendment of 1972, amending the Constitution to include equal […]
When you want something to change, you write a letter to your congressperson/people (or just cry alone in a corner convinced they wouldn't read it anyway). When Meryl Streep wants something to change, she writes a letter to everyone's congresspeople, because she's just on a whole other level.
Meryl Streep just dumped a bunch of letters on Congress, calling for the revival of the Equal Rights Amendment. Read more...
Today is Meryl Streep’s birthday! That’s right, there’s now 66 candles on her birthday cake and three Oscars on her mantel. You probably weren’t invited to her birthday bash—held last night at her and Don’s beautiful home—but I was. It was a perfect evening filled with fun, friends, and countless outfit changes for Ms. Show More Summary
Meryl Streep has been called one of the greatest actresses alive. She's been nominated for 19 Academy Awards, and won three. Oscar winners over the past decade are more likely to thank her than God. In an industry that's shockingly unfair...Show More Summary
What's not to love about actress Meryl Streep? She's gorgeous, talented, makes us laugh/makes us cry, and by all accounts is just about as humble as they come. The popular actress turns 66 today, June 22, and we wanted to find some way to mark the occasion. Show More Summary
Michelle Obama and Meryl Streep talked, and found they had a lot in common.
Michelle Obama makes an impressive editorial debut in the new issue of More magazine, which includes an interview with Meryl Streep, an essay by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, and MObama’s own “chill-out” playlist. The First Lady served as guest editor for the July/August issue, which hits newsstands next week, and took... More »
While watching It’s Complicated for the 10th or 11th time, I noticed something after that scene where Alec Baldwin can’t make it to a romantic dinner with his ex-wife because he’s busy trying to impregnate Lake Bell while she’s ovulating: Meryl Streep is damn good at turning off the lights. Read more...
Who would have guessed, when Emily Blunt first broke through as Meryl Streep’s snobby assistant in The Devil Wears Prada, that she’d go on to have a career as a badass action hero? Yet here we are with Looper and Edge of Tomorrow and...Show More Summary
Earlier this year, Russell Crowe had the gall (ignorance?) to suggest that actresses like Meryl Streep and Helen Mirren would "give you 10,000 examples and arguments as to why [complaints of ageism are] bullshit." Nope! Upon hearing that Maggie Gyllenhaal was told that she was "too old" to play the... More »