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  March 29th, 2016       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Vanity Fair runs a cover story on Meryl Streep with its April issue, featuring a lenghty excerpt from the upcoming book, “Her Again”, (about which you read more this coming April), written by Michael Schulman. At 29, Meryl Streep was grieving for a dead lover, falling for her future husband, and starting work on Kramer vs. Kramer, the movie that would make her a star and sweep the 1980 Oscars. In an adaptation from his upcoming biography of the actress, Her Again: Becoming Meryl Streep, Michael Schulman recounts the struggles—physical, emotional, and intellectual—that launched Streep’s legend.




  • Simply Streep

    That’s correct, as Meryl has not participated in any previous biographies written on her. But both actors have talked about their on-set tensions in the supplement documentary for the Kramer vs. Kramer DVD.

  • marci6549

    A spokesperson for Meryl has responded to Schulman’s story, insisting she has nothing to do with the tome and did not give her blessing for the biography.
    A statement reads: “Ms. Streep has no comment on this book. It was unauthorized. She made no contribution to it, nor has she read it.”
    (http://tinyurl.com/ztl2fny)