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In 2017, Meryl Streep's film career will celebrate its 40th anniversary. Prepare for many new specials and media.
  June 21st, 2013       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Just as we were reporting on “Into the Wood”‘s Christmas Day 2014 release, the Weinstein Company has a Christmas present for moviegoers as well – at least this sounds better news than saying that “August: Osage County” has been shifted a good month into December. According to The Wrap, The Weinstein Company on Thursday shifted the release date of one of its main awards hopefuls, “August: Osage County,” to Christmas Day. It had been scheduled to debut on November 8. Christmas is getting crowded. Also set to debut on that day are Universal’s Keanu Reeves action drama “47 Ronin,” Paramount’s Chris Pine-Keira Knightley action thriller “Jack Ryan” and the Fox comedy “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.” Thanks to Glenn for the heads-up.




  • Michael S.

    This is Harvey Weinstein’s crown jewel–saving the very best for LAST !
    Hope and pray this strategy works. Either way am sure Meryl will blow us all away and even “surprise” us!

  • Ray

    Why! I hope they at least release a better trailer for the movie.

  • Page Buoy

    Yesss! I think this means Meryl’s performance is likely to upstage Nicole’s – hence the switch. Despite a festival screening, there haven’t been any rave reviews about the latter yet, have there?

  • Dee

    Noooooooo! That means 6 more months to wait for this masterpiece! I cannot wait to see the end result!!!