Hugh Grant has been back in the interview circuit the last month or so, doing promotion for Florence Foster Jenkins. In that movie, his character and Meryl Streep's are in a non-monogamous, so his views on monogamy and romance...
Meryl Streep plays Florence Foster Jenkins who was an awful singer but still performed at Carnegie Hall.
Is this the year of the long-overdue film actor? While Meryl Streep could well be looking at a record 20th Oscar nomination for “Florence Foster Jenkins,” a number of performers for whom the golden statue feels like a long time coming could populate this year’s list. Show More Summary
The actress has watched “Creed” six times just to watch Jordan “do his thing,” and is also partial to Meryl Streep – especially when it comes to crying at movies, one of her favorite pastimes. She tells Lynn Hirschberg the
The story for this adaptation project comes from Nathan Hill's recently-released novel.
'Suicide Squad' has now outgrossed 'Independence Day' to become Will Smith's biggest domestic hit.
Turns out TV is even good enough for Queen Meryl. Word has it that the 67-year-old could be headed for prime time in a new series.
After tackling time travel last year with 11.22.63 and a futuristic theme park populated by advanced androids in Westworld next month, director/producer J.J. Abrams and his Bad Robot production banner are venturing into different territory for their next television project. Show More Summary
Meryl Streep is one of the most celebrated actresses of all time, and she has the Academy Awards to prove it. Now, however, she's moving away from Academy Award territory and taking part in a new TV series that could be fantastic.
When Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson were first announced to be starring in a television show with early news of True Detective, it felt like everyone was deeming this a turning point for television — that, after having been considered the lesser (or at least separate) art to film for so long, it was finally being legitimized by people with […]
Acclaimed film actress Meryl Streep will star in a new TV series. The actress, a three-time Oscar winner for “Kramer vs. Kramer,” “Sophie’s Choice” and “The Iron Lady,” is putting the finishing touches on a deal with Warner Bros. Television...
A series adaptation of Nathan Hill's debut novel.
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Renowned actor and person unable to ever have a jury trial Meryl Streep is joining the roster of internationally famous Hollywood stars making the jump to TV. In news that will make people who love film references exclaim, “Mamma mia!”,...Show More Summary
Meryl Streep could be coming to the small screen. The Oscar-winning actress will reportedly team with J.J. Abrams for a TV adaptation of novel "The Nix" which will be set up at Warner Bros. Television, according to Variety's sister site Deadline. Show More Summary
The Warner Bros. TV series is based on Nathan Hill's novel. read more
Enough with those boring Oscar ceremonies, Meryl Streep is ready to crash the Emmys. She and J.J. Abrams have closed a deal to produce a limited series based this fall's breakout novel, Nathan Hill's The Nix, for Warner Bros. Television. The story centers on a radical mother (Streep, presumably, as she's ... More »
EXCLUSIVE: Warner Bros Television is closing a deal for the fall literary sensation novel The Nix, and the elements are dazzling. Meryl Streep is going to star and produce with JJ Abrams and his Bad Robot. Abrams will likely direct at...Show More Summary
Dart represents a number of high-profile clients like Meryl Streep, Conan O'Brien, and more, so maybe Kelly is looking to raise her star somewhat in the coming months.
A decade has passed since Anne Hathaway broke into the world of high fashion by chipping away at Meryl Streep's icy veneer in the amusing and Oscar-nominated The Devil Wears Prada. But that doesn't mean that the rest of the cast is looking to dial back into that world for a cash-grabbing...