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  June 13th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Yesterday, Meryl Streep applauded Viola Davis as she handed her a top prize at the 2012 Women in Film Crystal + Lucy Awards. The Help star was honored with the Crystal Award for Excellence In Film at the Los Angeles ceremony. She called Davis “a lion-hearted woman;” a gifted and determined actress who studied at Juilliard, won Tony Awards and captivated Hollywood with her eight-minute performance in “Doubt.” “She was a newcomer at 45,” Streep joked. Davis returned the love as she accepted the award. “I have a confession,” she said, sharing how touched she was when Streep sent her a card after the film wrapped. Davis also kept a photo of the two of them together on set. “OK Meryl, I framed the card,” Davis said. “So you can never come over to the house.” Pictures from the event can be found in the image library. Edit: Some 100 more pictures have been added. Click the second row of previews to launch all last added images.

  • myre

    love to see Meryl again in another Devil wears Prada movie & i love just the way she helps deserving co stars like Viola .Meryl is really a very extraordinary woman,a somebody to look up to

  • lindi

    This is an example of greatness, literaly, of how people should be, live and celebrate their lives and achievments daily,

  • Sonja

    Well, Meryl did her best to campaign for Viola this year.
    It was a tight race at the Oscars. Maybe only a few votes have made the difference. We’ll never know.
    Though it was quite expectable Viola would get over her loss.
    They like and respect each other and I’m glad their friendship didn’t seem to suffer greatly. Next time Viola’s nominated (and it’s very likely I think), Meryl will campaign for her even harder.
    All in all a very funny interview and if Meryl’s being honest with the suggestion of playing Miranda Priestly again I bet they’re already working on the script before even the book comes out. *gg*

  • Marion

    Two extraordinary women–I love their friendship!

  • lilian

    Great Photos of Meryl she never seems to age.