Sexism, racism, hackery and Meryl Streep drive a film reviewer to despair. It’s been a bad summer for big movies. This was acid-clear early on with an unending parade of sequels that nobody wanted, and nobody was much interested in.Show More Summary
New York magazine pan of Trelawny of the Wells was not written by John Simon.
Meryl Streep portrays a real-life socialite and infamously bad singer in her latest movie “Florence Foster Jenkins.“Jenkins is a 1940s, New York-heiress pursuing her dream of becoming a great singer. The beautiful voice she hears in her head is a far cry from her own atonal vocals. Her husband and manager (Hugh Grant), is determined [...]Show More Summary
Meryl Streep has been preparing for decades for her latest role as Florence Foster Jenkins, a patron of the arts in New York who fancied herself an opera singer and died shortly after giving a solo recital at Carnegie Hall in 1944.
Here are 7 reasons this hilarious film hits all the high notes. The post 7 Reasons You’ll Love Meryl Streep’s ‘Florence Foster Jenkins’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Streep’s career encapsulates the mid-to-late 20th century ideal of American whiteness as aspirational and as attainable.
Meryl Streep and bad-boy Jack Nicholson had a torrid on-set affair nearly 30 years ago — and she still thinks he’s hot! The pair coupled up during the filming of… READ ON
Synopsis: A wealthy New York heiress is led to believe that she’s a famous Opera singer. So Meryl Streep plays a real-life person. It’s happened plenty of times. Meryl Streep [...]
When you hear the title Doubt, you likely think of Meryl Streep breaking down and uttering the film's final line, I have such doubts. It would be an appropriate response after you watch the jaunty first-look trailer for Katherine Heigl's latest post–Grey's Anatomy outing, Doubt, in which she plays Sadie ... More »
British actor joins Emily Blunt, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Meryl Streep in sequel to 1964 classic.
Everyone knows that Meryl Streep can play anyone, but is there anyone worthy enough to play Meryl Streep? Turns out there is. In a recent interview with the Huffington Post, Meryl was asked who she'd want to play her in a biopic. Without hesitation, she answered, "Amy Schumer, of course." OF COURSE. Show More Summary
Florence Foster Jenkins tells the true story of a New York socialite as she pursues her dream of becoming the world’s greatest singer, despite having a terrible voice. Meryl Streep plays the... To view the full story, click the title link.
Amy Schumer must be shtting herself right now. In an interview with the Huffington Post last week, Meryl Streep revealed which actress should play her in a hypothetical biopic. Luckily for Ms. Schumer, the beloved star immediately responded with the Trainwreck star as her first choice. Related: Amy Attends A Wedding Alongside BF Ben Hanisch! Squee! We'd love [...]
Actress Meryl Streep explains what inspired her speech supporting Hillary Clinton at the DNC.
Streep thinks Schumer has the range.
It seems like Meryl Streep has given some thought about who would play her in a biopic. While promoting her latest movie "Florence Foster Jenkins," Streep played a game with a Huffington Post reporter in which she had to say the name...Show More Summary
“Though a tiny footnote in cultural history, the Jenkins tale endures because its borders can be drawn in so many ways.”
Meryl Streep has played everyone from Margaret Thatcher to Julia Child, but since they're both too dead to return the favor, which actress should play Meryl Streep? In an interview with the Huffington Post, the Florence Foster Jenkins star had a suggestion: "Amy Schumer, of course." Schumer herself has already ... More »
Going into production on Florence Foster Jenkins, Simon Helberg probably expected to learn all kinds of tricks of the acting trade from Meryl Streep during the comedy drama’s production. But while that was undoubtedly true, The Big Bang...Show More Summary
With such a stunning career and life in the public eye, it's only a matter of time until somebody decides to write a biopic about Meryl Streep. But the question is: who the hell could possibly play her? It turns out the 19 time Academy Award nominee has an idea of her own.