Meryl Streep's three daughters have banded together in a new fashion campaign for H&M's sister brand, & Other Stories.
Talent certainly runs in these genes! Meryl Streep's three daughters are getting into the biz together, but instead of making movies like their mama, they're all starring in & Other Stories' latest fashion campaign. We're sensing Miranda Priestly would approve! [ Related: Meryl Streep Is Treated Like A VILLAIN At Home ] Grace, Louisa Jacobson, and Mamie Gummer look [...]
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ASAP Rocky is basically a wizard when it comes to clothes - The Cut Even accessories have accessories now - Style.com Meryl Streep's daughters just landed a cool new fashion gig - HuffPost Style Elizabeth Taylor always wore the bestShow More Summary
If box offices revenues are any indication, then statistically you saw Into The Woods. But maybe you felt that it was missing a little something...a little more Meryl, perhaps? That would be because one of her songs was a victim...
An original song was written for Meryl Streep to sing in the film adaptation of “Into the Woods” about her love-hate feelings toward Rapunzel, but it was cut before the film reached its final version. In this clip, director Rob Marshall explains why the song was ditched – a move that Stephen Sondheim, James Lapine and Meryl all […]
"She'll Be Back"...for the DVD bonus features.
Couldn't get enough of Meryl Streep singing in "Into the Woods"? Lucky for you, there's more. In a new clip, director Rob Marshall introduces "She'll Be Back," an original song Stephen Sondheim penned for Streep's character in the film. Show More Summary
Perhaps even more exciting than the Oscars itself is the Vanity Fair Oscars After-Party. It's that thing of where the winners get to not-so-subtly rub their victory in the face of the losers, everyone tries to get Meryl Streep to slut-drop it on the dance floor, and Emma Stone gets to rub her Lego Oscar in the face of the world. Show More Summary
Three-time Oscar winner Meryl Streep is set to narrate Shout Gladi Gladi, a feature documentary about women’s health in Africa. Co-directed by Adam Friedman and Iain Kennedy, it focuses on fistula, a common, debilitating that turns once-healthy women into outcasts. Show More Summary
And the crowd goes wild! Life goals: Say something that makes Meryl Streep and J.Lo react like this #oscars pic.twitter.com/YnPbSMfI4U — Jarett Wieselman (@JarettSays) February 23, 2015 Patricia Arquette just got political with her Oscar acceptance speech, thanking women everywhere for producing every single taxpaying citizen in America. Show More Summary
Where there is an award show there will always be Straight Gals Acting Like Gay Gals. These Oscars are, of course, no different. I mean when you seat Jennifer Lopez next to Meryl Streep, what were you expecting? Jennifer Lopez & BeyoncéFine, if JLo had to trade in Meryl for any other snuggle partner, I guess Queen Bey is an OK substitute. Show More Summary
Random thoughts while waiting for Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lopez to get the pay raises they richly deserve:
Hey, isn’t that… Actress/crush-ee of President Obama, Meryl Streep, dining on Tuesday night at The Hamilton? Fresh off her big night out at the Oscars, where she was a presenter, the “Devil Wears Prada” grand dame (trousers and a blouse, hair pulled back in a chic pony) was spotted with an unidentified male companion, chowing […]
Robin Wright: Meryl Streep's fist-pumping Patricia Arquette at the Oscars for her feisty speech on equal pay raises the question: What about women and girls around the globe?
At Sunday’s Oscar Awards, Patricia Arquette made a speech that had both Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lopez out of their seats, cheering her on. But not everyone feels the same, not even close to the same. In her acceptance speech, Arquette...Show More Summary
Her rant last night was pretty embarrassing; even more embarrassing for Meryl Streep, who found herself swept to her feet in a rush of smugness. PREACH, PATRICIA ARQUETTE! #Oscars pic.twitter.com/QSP7qCTBw9— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) February 23, 2015 Oh look a millionaire...
There were plenty of Instagram-worthy moments from Sunday night's Oscars: Kate Upton photobombed Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann, J. Lo and Meryl Streep took a selfie. But we bet you probably couldn't guess the one photo that garnered the most Likes of them all, with a whopping 719,000 people who double-tapped (and counting):
Meryl Streep had a pretty good time at the Oscars on Sunday. She was a nominee in the Best Supporting Actress category, provided a poignant introduction to this year's In Memoriam segment and even turned into a meme: But her best moment...Show More Summary
Patricia Arquette took home a best supporting actress Oscar Sunday night for her role in "Boyhood." During her acceptance speech, Arquette rallied the A-list audience (specifically Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lopez) by demanding wage equality,...Show More Summary