I’ve added a bunch of public appearances pictures, ranging from 1976 to 1983 and including promotions for “The Seduction of Joe Tynan” and “The French Lieutenant’s Woman”. To watch all last added pictures, click any of the previews below.


Image Library – Public Appearances – 1983 – Unknown Event 02
Image Library – Public Appearances – 1983 – National Theatre Owners Awards
Image Library – Public Appearances – 1983 – Yale Honorary Degree
Image Library – Public Appearances – 1983 – Vassar Commencement Speech
Image Library – Public Appearances – 1981 – “The French Lieutenant’s Woman” Photocall
Image Library – Public Appearances – 1980 – Academy Awards – Press Room
Image Library – Public Appearances – 1980 – Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards
Image Library – Public Appearances – 1979 – “The Seduction of Joe Tynan” Photocall (London)
Image Library – Public Appearances – 1976 – Lee Strasberg’s 75th Birthday Party

A bunch of additional movie stills have been added to the image library. Updates include Kramer vs. Kramer, The French Lieutenant’s Woman, Still of the Night, Sophie’s Choice, Silkwood, Out of Africa, Heartburn, Ironweed (featuring some wonderful on-set pictures), A Cry in the Dark and She-Devil. To launch all last added pictures, click the previews or text links below.


Image Library – Feature Films – Last Uploads
Image Library – Feature Films – Last Updated Albums

Lots of bits on “The Giver” today. The New York premiere has been set for August 11 – ant the Weinstein Company gives audience members a chance to attend the premiere, via “The Giver Movie Premiere for Good”. The event, in partnership with CrowdRise and Eventbrite, gives movie fans an unparalleled opportunity to attend a major movie premiere with their favorite stars, by participating in an online fundraising campaign for the arts. Beginning today through August 1 at 2:00 p.m. EDT, fans can sign up at www.crowdrise.com/thegiver4good to participate in The Giver Movie Premiere for Good on Eventbrite and then kick-off their fundraising efforts on CrowdRise to attend the premiere. Leveraging Eventbrite’s online seating map, fundraisers can earn the ability to sit near select cast and crew of The Weinstein Company’s The Giver, including Jeff Bridges, Katie Holmes and Brenton Thwaites.

After bringing the movie albums in order, the television albums have been updated with high quality versions and a couple of new additions. Since pretty much all albums in this category have been updated, click on any of the previews below to launch the image library.

Image Library – Television Films & Series – 2003 – Angels in America
Image Library – Television Films & Series – 1997 – First Do No Harm
Image Library – Television Films & Series – 1978 – Holocaust
Image Library – Television Films & Series – 1978 – Uncommon Women… and Others
Image Library – Television Films & Series – 1977 – The Deadliest Season

It’s been very quite about Meryl these days, so not many things to update. However, I did bring the movie albums in order, ranging from 1998 to 2002. All pictures have been sorted and replaced in better quality, and additional pictures have been uploaded as well. Plus, I’ve been working behind the scenes to bring some new features to Simply Streep. So check back soon. To launch all last added pictures, have a look at below’s overview.


Image Library – Feature Films – 2002 – The Hours – Production Stills
Image Library – Feature Films – 2002 – The Hours – On-Set Pictures (January 02, 2001)
Image Library – Feature Films – 2002 – Adaptation – Production Stills
Image Library – Feature Films – 2002 – Adaptation – Deleted Scenes
Image Library – Feature Films – 1999 – Music of the Heart – Promotional Stills
Image Library – Feature Films – 1998 – One True Thing – Promotional Stills
Image Library – Feature Films – 1998 – One True Thing – On-Set Pictures

On Saturday, Meryl Streep and Jodie Foster joined forces at the Jacob Burns Film Center, where Jonathan Demme was presented with the 2014 Vision Award for his remarkable career as a director, producer, and screenwriter, as well as his significant involvement in the JBFC’s film, education, and outreach programs. Foster won her second Academy Award for her performance in Demme’s “Silence of the Lambs” (for which Demme won Best Director) and Streep played Eleanor Shaw in his 2004 of “The Manchurian Candidate”. The Jacob Burns Film Center is a nonprofit cultural arts organization that aims to present the best of independent, documentary, and world cinema, promote 21st century literacy, and make film a vibrant part of the community.

The Weinstein Company has released a first batch of production stills, featuring an image of Meryl as Chief Elder. You can watch the picture in full resolution in the image library. In a perfect world where there is no conflict, racism or sickness, every member of society has a specific role, and 16-year-old Jonas is selected to be the Receiver of Memory. As Jonas uncovers the truth behind his world’s past, he discovers that many years earlier, his forefathers gave up humanity in order to have a stable society. “The Giver” releases on August 15, 2014.

Update: A video esxcerpt of Meryl’s speech, as well as additional pictures have been added. Yesterday, Jane Fonda was honored as the 42nd recipient of the American Film Institute’s Life Achievement Award by a star-studded crowd that included Michael Douglas, Sally Field and Meryl Streep. Accepting the American Film Institute’s 42nd Life Achievement Award, Jane Fonda exclaimed, “I’m so happy to add another woman’s name to the list.” Pictures from the ceremony have been added to the image library, with additional information below.


Fonda also offered a bit of advice for the roomful of Hollywood celebrities gathered at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood Thursday night: “Ask questions, stay curious,” she exhorted them. “It’s much more important to be interested than to be interesting.” In recounting both Fonda’s career as well as her very protean life, those who gathered to pay her tribute – especially a blue-ribbon acting sorority led by Meryl Streep, Sally Field, Lily Tomlin and Sandra Bullock – certainly made the case that Fonda had been plenty interesting herself. Streep, who made her film debut in a supporting role opposite Fonda in 1977′s Julia, offered one of the evening’s most memorable descriptions, when she recalled her initial impression of the older actress: “She had an almost feral alertness, like this bright blue attentiveness to everything around her.” And she thanked Fonda for showing her the ropes.