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Ann Leary's The Children: Another New England Page Turner

Ann Leary's latest novel, The Children, delivers the same page-turning story telling and complexity of characters as her last book, The Good House, which will soon to be a film starring Meryl Streep and Robert De Niro. Leary explores...Show More Summary

The World’s Most Fcked Up Preacher

5 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

How Dominic Cooper went from singing Abba songs with Meryl Streep and playing Saddam Husseins son to starring in TVs buzziest new show, AMCs action-comedy Preacher.

Hugh Grant Must Tell Meryl Streep She Maybe Can't Sing So Great In This 'Florence Foster Jenkins' Clip

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Meryl Streep has proven her natural singing abilities in "Postcards from the Edge," "Mamma Mia," "Into the Woods" and "Ricki and the Flash." But in the new movie "Florence Foster Jenkins," she has to mask that talent. Streep is portraying the titular 20th-century heiress who self-financed a delusional opera career. Show More Summary

Soprano claims rights to Florence Foster Jenkins film

A US-French coloratura, Julia Kogan, is claiming in the British courts that her ex-bf stole her idea for Meryl Streep’s Florence Foster Jenkins film. Most singers would use lawyers to deny any connection to the Jenkins screech, but Julia is claiming a screen credit as co-author from her ex-partner Nicholas Martin. photo (c) Jan Persson   […]

Meryl Streep, Zendaya, and Nicole Kidman Will Voice a Chinese Animated Film

The Chinese animated film Little Door Gods is getting a makeover for its English-language debut. Deadline reports that the Weinstein Company's English-language version of the film, The Guardian Brothers, will feature the likes of Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Mel Brooks, and woke teen Zendaya doing the voice work. The Guardian Brothers ... More »

Meryl Streep, Mel Brooks, Nicole Kidman & Zendaya Voice Guardian Brothers

The film was previously distributed in China under original title The Little Door Gods The post Meryl Streep, Mel Brooks, Nicole Kidman & Zendaya Voice Guardian Brothers appeared first on

Meryl Streep, Mel Brooks, Nicole Kidman, Zendaya Lend Voices To TWC Acquisition ‘The Guardian Brothers’

The Weinstein Company acquired most worldwide rights –China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Macau are excluded — to The Guardian Brothers, an animated feature that will feature the voices of Mel Brooks, Nicole Kidman, and Zendaya. The film,Show More Summary

Orchids, tiaras, minks, ermines and top hats

2 weeks agoArts : Parterre Box

A biopic entitled Florence Foster Jenkins, marvelously directed by Stephen Frears of Philomena and The Queen fame, stars the actress that never ceases to amaze us all, Meryl Streep, as Mme. Jenkins.

Meryl Streep in ‘Kramer vs. Kramer’: An Early (and Defiant) Role

The IFC Center will screen the film as the last in a Streep series; it includes a talk with the director Robert Benton and the author Michael Schulman.

Early Meryl Streep and Peak Alan Alda in “The Seduction of Joe Tynan”

The Senate may have been at peak prestige in 1978, soon after the Watergate hearings drove Richard Nixon from office, when the director Jerry Schatzberg shot a movie then titled “The Senator,” which both starred and was written by Alan...Show More Summary

Paying Too Much For Hamilton Tickets

3 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“I missed Soho Repertory Theatre’s Blasted because stuff got in the way. I missed the original production of Ruined, and Meryl Streep in Mother Courage. I meant to go. I wanted to go. They were seminal events in the history of Western theatre. But life kept me busy. I can’t recall what kept me away. […]

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1. "The tragic romance that shaped Meryl Streep's life": A touching piece from Maureen Callahan of the New York Post. “In 1978, a young Meryl Streep was on the verge of becoming the greatest actress of her generation. She was also about to lose the love of her life. Show More Summary

Meryl Streep’s Twenties, and My Own

It seems like only recently that people in their twenties became the focus of sustained cultural fascination, or self-fascination, but perhaps that’s always been the case. “Few decades of experience command such dazzled interest,” Nathan...Show More Summary

Meryl Streep Plays The Best Worst Opera Singer In Florence Foster Jenkins! Watch The Official Trailer HERE!

We smell another Oscar! On Wednesday, Paramount Pictures released the official trailer for Meryl Streep's new film Florence Foster Jenkins! Related: Meryl Streep Reacts To #OscarsSoWhite In the biopic — directed by Stephen Frears –,Show More Summary

New Trailer + Featurette for 'Florence Foster Jenkins' with Meryl Streep

"Music is my life!" Paramount has debuted a new trailer and a new featurette for the upcoming Meryl Streep movie Florence Foster Jenkins, starring Streep as the legendary Florence Foster Jenkins, a New York heiress who dreamed of being a singer despite having a terrible voice (her story is similar to the one told in the film Marguerite). Show More Summary

Meryl Streep Is a Terrible Singer in 'Florence Foster Jenkins' Trailer

Meryl Streep can sing. The character she plays in "Florence Foster Jenkins" cannot. Like, really cannot. "It defies medical science," someone else says of Florence's terrible singing voice. Paramount released the trailer for the movie, which is based on the true story of a New York socialite in the 1940s. Show More Summary

Meryl Streep in New Florence Foster Jenkins Trailer and Poster

Paramount will give the film a U.S. theatrical release on August 12 The post Meryl Streep in New Florence Foster Jenkins Trailer and Poster appeared first on

7 Things You Learn About Meryl Streep From Her Biography Her Again

Every legend needs an origin story, and Michael Schulman attempts to provide one for the legendary screen actress Meryl Streep with his biography, Her Again: Becoming Meryl Streep, available for purchase today. Schulman sketches out Streep’s early years, from her time as a high-school student in New Jersey where she was ... More »

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