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Steven Spielberg's new film starring Meryl Streep
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  November 2nd, 2003       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Jim Carrey, Meryl Streep, Jude Law and Jennifer Coolidge will star in “Lemony Snickets A Series of Unfortunate Events”, which is based on Daniel Handler’s children’s book series. The book follows the Baudelaire orphans – Violet, Klaus and Sunny – on a series of adventures and unfortunate turns while mix-ing it up with the evil Count Olaf, Meryl Streep is announced to play Aunt Josephine. Shooting starts this November, Brad Silberling directs for Paramount

  July 7th, 2003       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

It’s now officially confirmed that Meryl Streep will star in the remake of “The Manchurian Candidate” taking over the part of Mrs. Iselin, which was originally played by Angela Lansbury, Denzel Washington will co-star. Filming is stated to start this September. Thanks to Myla Kent for the info.

  March 23rd, 2003       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

It wasn’t really a surprise when Catherine Zeta-Jones was announced in the Best Supporting Actress category for which Meryl has won her 13th nomination for “Adaptation”. Later in the show, she presented the Lifetime Achivement Award to Peter O’Toole. Nicole Kidman won the trophy for “The Hours”, so did Chris Cooper for “Adaptation”.


  February 22nd, 2003       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Altough she lost to Catherine Zeta-Jones in the Best Supporting Actress category, Meryl Streep entered the stage at the British Academy Awards for giving perhaps the evening’s best moment – Streep read aloud Kaufman’s “faxed” acceptance speech, which was as funny as Adaptation and even funnier read by Streep. Kaufman won for Best Adapted Screenplay, Nicole Kidman was named Best Actress for “The Hours”.

  February 15th, 2003       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

The Berlinale’s Silver Bear for the Best Actress of the year went surprisingly to three actress: Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore and Meryl Streep for “The Hours”. “Adaptation” also won the festival’s Silver Bear as Best Film.

  February 11th, 2003       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

This morning, Meryl received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for “Adaptation”. Other nominees in this category are Kathy Bates, Julianne Moore, Queen Latifah and Catherine Zeta-Jones. “The Hours” was nominated in 9 categories, inlcuding Best Picture. The Oscars will be handed out on March 23, 2003.

  February 1st, 2003       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

A studio mistake left Meryl Streep competing against herself for the Screen Actors Guild Awards, possibly costing her one if not two nominations. A Sony spokesman said a studio employee incorrectly submitted Streep’s name in the lead-actress category for “Adaptation”. The studio considers it a supporting-actress role and has been pushing Streep in that category for other film awards. The mistake May have split Streep’s votes between “Adaptation” and her other contending role for “The Hours,” which Paramount also had submitted in the lead-actress category.

  January 28th, 2003       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Again, she was nominated for both “The Hours” and “Adadaptation”, this time for the British Academy Award.

  January 19th, 2003       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Meryl Streep won the Golden Globe for her supporting role in “Adaptation”. “The Hours” was named Best Motion Picture / Drama and Nicole Kidman won the Best Actress Award for “The Hours”.


(Standing Ovation) Oh stop! Oh my God! I’ve just been nominated 789 times (laughter) and I was getting so settled over there for a long winter’s nap! (laughter). Oh God, oh I didn’t have anything prepared because it’s been like since the pleistocine era that I won anything (laughter). Oh goodness… Ok, mmhh… Yoga… I’m really so thrilled and so happy to have been able to work with this amazing group of youngsters over here… in “Adaptation”. The prediciousley talented Nic Cage, the graceful and so gifted Chris Cooper (applause). It’s because of them I’m here and of course Spike and Susan Orlean, that I apologize… you know for… the second half. And to Charlie Kaufmann, who tried very hard to adapt your book, Susan. And it’s such a beautiful job, it’s just an amazing film and I’m so glad. Thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you!

  December 20th, 2002       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Charlie Kaufman, Nicolas Cage, Meryl Streep and Chris Cooper will be attending the “Charlie Rose Show” on December 23, 2002 to talk about their film.

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