Emily Blunt stops to take a photo with a fan while leaving The Late Show with David Letterman on Tuesday (November 25) in New York City. While on the show, the 31-year-old Into the Woods actress talked about how she saved her co-star Meryl Streep‘s life. “I did save her life. We were rehearsing a [...]
Meryl Streep is widely regarded as the best actress of her generation. In fact anyone who wants to argue with her credentials will have to debate with three Academy Awards that have her name etched on the bottom. But we have Emily Blunt...Show More Summary
Emily Blunt recently shared with David Letterman how she saved Meryl Streep, her co-star in Into the Woods, from taking a dangerous fall. Blunt, 31, is pregnant and expecting a little girl that she and her husband, John Krasiniski, have named Hazel, reports E! “I did save her life. Show More Summary
The devil nearly wore a hospital gown.
I have a hunch for who will win the Nobel Peace Prize next year. It'll be Emily Blunt for saving Meryl Streep's life on the set of Into the Woods. More » Emily Blunt Saved Meryl Streep’s Life On Set, Meryl Repaid Her By Existing is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.
The lynchpin for the Into The Woods musical is the Witch. Thankfully, Disney cast legendary actress Meryl Streep in the role, but it's hard to imagine the lovely Street as this strange, bedraggled character. Well, hard until now. Watch! Read more...
She’s a woman of many talents and Emily Blunt had an interesting experience while filming “Into the Woods” with Meryl Streep. During her interview on “Late Show with David Letterman,” the “Adjustment Bureau” babe confessed that she helped...Show More Summary
"We just started to watch her slowly topple headfirst toward the concrete floor" read more
Meryl Streep is the queen of award season in Hollywood, and now she's receiving special honors in Washington DC, too. On Monday, the actress was one of the 19 Americans presented with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor given to those who made remarkable contributions to the country in their particular field. Show More Summary
News of the upcoming Disney rendition of Into The Woods has been pretty touch and go for serious Sondheim enthusiasts (actual little girl Red Riding Hood? Possible changes made to the libretto? Johnny Depp's weird costume?), and one of the biggest things everyone's been worrying about is the Witch. Show More Summary
Meryl Streep is huffing and puffing and bringing “Into the Woods” to the silver screen.
The Presidential Medal of Freedom was given out by President Barack Obama to 18 recipients, and it sort of opened up the Thanksgiving holiday week. Obama said that the recipients this year made the world so much wiser, stronger, more beautiful, and more humane. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama puts the Presidential Medal of Freedom on award winning actress Meryl Streep during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House on Monday (November 24) in Washington, DC. The 65-year-old actress was awarded the nation’s highest civilian honor alongside others including Stevie Wonder and Tom Brokaw. The evening before, Meryl [...]
Plus behind-the-scenes insight from Streep and author James Lapine The post Meryl Streep Sings Stay With Me in a New Into the Woods Featurette appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Meryl Streep, author James Lapine and composer Stephen Sondheim discuss the pivotal song 'Stay With Me' in the musical 'Into the Woods'. [...]
In this edition: Barack Obama and Emily Blunt.
Obama offered praise, cracked jokes and confessed a crush as he awarded America’s top civilian honor to celebrities and trailblazers.
He's just happy to talk about something besides immigration.
President Obama recognized 18 recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor, including Tom Brokaw, Stevie Wonder and Meryl Streep, in a warm and at times lighthearted ceremony Monday.
President Obama awarded the Medal of Freedom to several Americans today, including musician Stevie Wonder and actress Meryl Streep. Obama introduced Streep during the ceremony, noting that it was the “third or fourth” award that she had received since he was in office. Show More Summary