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
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
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
"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 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
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 ComingSoon.net.
Hugh Grant co-stars in the true story dramedy of the talentless opera singer.
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 »
A new biography about Meryl Streep, titled Her Again, has arrived. Written by Michael Schulman — who did 80 interviews with people who knew Streep — the book sheds light on the Oscar-winning actress' life. SEE ALSO: Meryl Streep wasn't...Show More Summary
Welcome back to This Week In Discs where we check out tomorrow’s new releases today! Death Becomes Her (Scream Factory) What is it? Madeline (Meryl Streep) and Helen (Goldie Hawn) have been rivals for years, but their biggest face-off comes after a desperate Madeline takes a potion in a bid to look and feel young again. Show More Summary
It was one of the great catfights in cinema history with Meryl Streep and Goldie Hawn, Oscar-winning actresses of a certain age, locked in a duel to the death…well, not quite since [possible spoiler] they’re both already dead. The pitch black 1992 comedy Death Becomes Her from inventive director Robert Zemeckis has developed a rabid following over the [...]
Meryl Streep expressed regret about one of her most lauded performances. The revered three-time Oscar winner played coy before eventually revealing dissatisfaction with her performance in 1981’s “The French Lieutenant’s Woman.” “I’mShow More Summary
Meryl Steep is brilliant. She is witty, straight to the point and a great actress and although she has played numerous roles, there's one particular that she is not happy with. Streep who joined host Hugh Grant and Keeley Hawes on The...Show More Summary
Even actors universally regarded as brilliant have off days: During an appearance on Britain's Graham Norton Show Friday picked up by Vanity Fair, Meryl Streep revealed that there is one performance she's not entirely happy with. "It was The French Lieutenant's Woman," Streep said, noting that she felt her performance...
Do you hear the sound whispering the wind, a fundamental imbalance creeping into the universe? Meryl Streep has a performance she's not totally proud of. Yes, really truly, it is possible that Meryl has her regrets. She'll even tell you about them, if, like Graham Norton, you ask nicely. Okay, ... More »
Meryl Streep arrives at the premiere of her new movie Florence Foster Jenkins on Tuesday (April 12) at the Odeon Leicester Square in London, England. The 66-year-old actress was joined at the premiere by her 55-year-old co-star Hugh Grant. The stars smiled together as they posed for photos and signed autographs for fans along the [...]
Meryl Streep has made her way to the top by sheer determination and hard work. The journey to the top was no easy feat and her positive attitude has helped the Sophie’s Choice actress to overcome obstacles by seeing the brighter side of life. Show More Summary
Meryl Streep speaks on stage while at the Women in the World Summit on Friday afternoon (April 8) at David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center in New York City. The 66-year-old actress was joined at the event by Kerry Washington and America Ferrara, who both also took to the stage to speak. PHOTOS: Check [...]
The best joke-Instagram in recent memory was undoubtedly tasteofstreep, which sees Meryl Streep placed within, atop, beside (and other prepositions!) assorted foods. But the internet is a place of unfettered creativity, divinity and stupidity, and there’s another dumb-smartly wonderful Instagram account to keep up with. Show More Summary
Hero Meryl Streep sang a rendition of “The Room Where It Happens” from Hamilton at the Women in the World Summit on Friday, because she is a cool celebrity. In a speech that closed the summit, Streep talked about how far women have come before breaking into the chorus of... More »