Stephen Frears' acclaimed comedy starring Meryl Streep, Hugh Grant and Simon Helberg, is playing in US theaters.

Coming Soon: Streep On Film
In 2017, Meryl Streep's film career will celebrate its 40th anniversary. Prepare for many new specials and media.
  July 28th, 2016       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Here comes a great new interview from the September issue of the Wall Street Journal, accompanied by a stunning pictorial by Brigitte Lacombe: When Meryl Streep steps from her limousine onto the red carpet in London’s Leicester Square, everything about her comportment—as she strikes poses with castmates Hugh Grant and Simon Helberg, greets fans along the stanchions and hugs past co-stars like Stanley Tucci who’ve turned out for her—announces that she’s been here before. “It’s quite a scene, isn’t it?” she later says about the glittery film premiere. “It doesn’t get old. I mean, who gets to see a movie with 1,600 people?” With her hair in an elegant but simple updo, Streep confidently strides the red carpet in a black silk jumpsuit, heeled ankle boots and a long, beaded statement necklace. As she reaches the entrance to the theater, the emcee for the event introduces the star of Florence Foster Jenkins to a cheering crowd. He then asks her, “We know you can sing, because we heard you sing in Mamma Mia. So how difficult is it to sing badly?” She smiles. “Surprisingly easy.” The complete article can be read over at The Wall Street Journal.




  • 101Truth101

    Meryl Streep is known as a great actress. But recently, she exhibited extreme naivete in supporting candidate for president Hillary Clinton. Likely because Mrs. Clinton is a female. No other reason? How not so great is that? I’d suggest that Ms. Streep and others of that mindset begin by checking out Mrs. Clinton thoroughly, never mind Hillary being a female. Ms. Streep should have checked more. Ms. Streep, then, would have not let out that rebel yell about Hillary, recently.