May 10
2020

And while we’re at it, I have updated the editorial photographies as well – not as many as the magazine scans, but still some very nice additions from the very beginning of her career to the very recent. Enoy your Sunday.



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Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 2002 – Session 11
Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 1994 – Session 02
Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 1985 – Session 02
Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 1980 – Session 08
Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 1979 – Session 22
Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 1979 – Session 21
Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 1979 – Session 18
Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 1979 – Session 12
Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 1978 – Session 03
May 10
2020

Just when I finished adding newfound magazine articles to the archvie a couple of weeks ago, I realised that I forgot to add half of them :-) So, sooner than expected, here comes a second magazine update. Most are coming from Brasilian magazines, including Manchete, with some fantastic full-length articles on her breakthrough with “Holocaust” and her road to stardom with “The French Lieutenant’s Woman” and “Sophie’s Choice”. There are also a couple of scans from Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom. For a complete list, have a look at the previews below. Many thanks to Alvaro for finding most of these rare articles. Much appreciated!



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Photo Gallery – Articles & Scans – Manchete (Brasil, April 19, 1986)
Photo Gallery – Articles & Scans – Premium Channels (USA, December 1984)
Photo Gallery – Articles & Scans – Manchete (Brasil, March 31, 1984)
Photo Gallery – Articles & Scans – Manchete (Brasil, May 01, 1983)
Photo Gallery – Articles & Scans – Manchete (Brasil, April 30, 1983)
Photo Gallery – Articles & Scans – Manchete (Brasil, March 27, 1982)
Photo Gallery – Articles & Scans – The Daily Mirror (United Kingdom, October 1981)
Photo Gallery – Articles & Scans – Macleans (Canada, September 21, 1981)
Photo Gallery – Articles & Scans – Manchete (Brasil, April 28, 1980)
Photo Gallery – Articles & Scans – Revista de Domingo (Brasil, January 27, 1980)
Photo Gallery – Articles & Scans – Manchete (Brasil, January 13, 1980)
Photo Gallery – Articles & Scans – Manchete (Brasil, September 22, 1979)
Photo Gallery – Articles & Scans – Lancaster TV Week (USA, September 02, 1979)
Photo Gallery – Articles & Scans – Manchete (Brasil, December 02, 1978)

Apr 19
2020

If your looking for something to read on your quarantine Sunday, have a look at the 50+ new magazine scans that have been added to the archives! There are some great old finds from the 1980s as well as many more recent interviews on articles from Austria and Switzerland, Brazil and Peru, Poland and the United Kingdom. So, there’s something for everybody. Huge thanks to my friend Alvaro for compiling all these new finds and sending them my way. Much appreciated. Enjoy your Sunday!



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Apr 07
2020

After an on-demand release earlier this March, “Little Women” has been released on DVD and Blu-Ray in the United States, today. Screencaptures from the film, as well as the making of and interview, have been added to the photo gallery. Enjoy, and make sure to grab your copy!


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Mar 03
2020

Hello dear followers. As it is very quiet at the moment with nothing happening (except Meryl is still shooting for Netflix’s upcoming “The Prom”), I thought it would be a good idea to sort my archives and see if there is something old I haven’t posted yet. I should do this more often as there was A LOT that I haven’t posted yet. So, brace yourself for 100 additional pictures from public appearances ranging from 1979 to 1995. Among the highlights are pictures of Meryl’s Honorary Degree in Dartmouth in 1983, a press conference during the shooting of “The House of the Spirits” in Lisboa, Portugal as well as her appearance at the first Golden Golem Film Festival in Prague for a special screening of “Sophie’s Choice” in 1995. To view all last added pictures, have a look at the extensive list below. Enjoy the new additions.



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Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1995 – “The Bridges of Madison County” Premiere
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1994 – “The River Wild” Premiere (Los Angeles)
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1994 – Footprint Ceremony at Mann’s Chinese Theatre
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1993 – “Sunset Boulevard” Opening Night
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1993 – Roy Lichtenstein Exhibition at the Guggenheim
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1993 – “The House of the Spirits” Press Conference (Lisboa)
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1990 – “Postcards from the Edge” Premiere
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1990 – Warner Bros Studio Rededication
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1988 – “Speed the Plow” Play Performance
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1986 – Project Vote ’86
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1984 – “Falling in Love” Press Conference
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1983 – 4th Annual NYWIFT Muse Awards
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1983 – “Silkwood” Press Conference (New York)
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1983 – 55th Annual Academy Awards – Press Room
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1983 – “Sophies Choice” Premiere (Paris)
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1983 – 48th New York Film Critics Circle Awards
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1981 – “Four Friends” Premiere
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1981 – Dartmouth Honorary Degree
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1980 – “Kramer vs. Kramer” Premiere (London)
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1980 – “The Seduction of Joe Tynan” Photocall (London)
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1979 – “The Seduction of Joe Tynan” Premiere (New York)
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 1979 – 44th New York Film Critics Circle Awards

Jan 20
2020

Yesterday, Meryl Streep and the cast of “Big Little Lies” attended the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. They were nominated as Outstanding Ensemble in a Drama Series, but lost to the cast of “The Crown”. Lots of pictures from the ceremony have been added to the photo gallery with more information to follow. Enjoy. Update: A video segment of Meryl’s appearance has been added to the video archive, with many thanks to Youtuber Wei Lan. Screencaptures have been added as well.



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Jan 06
2020

Yesterday, Meryl Streep attended the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills as a nominee for “Big Little Lies”. Unfortunately, she didn’t win – the award went to Partricia Arquette for “The Act”. To make matters worse, Meryl also skipped the red carpet, so there are only very few pictures, but at least some lovely ones with Helen Mirren, which is better than nothing. Right? :-) Neither “Big Little Lies” nor “Little Women” scored any wins at the Golden Globes this year. Pictures from the show have been added to the photo gallery. Update: Screencaptures from the ceremony have been added as well, and you can find the video segment in the video archive.


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Dec 14
2019

No shortage of love went into the latest “Little Women”. In a new behind-the-scenes featurette, which EW can exclusively debut, cast members Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, and more gush about working with director Greta Gerwig and the bonds they formed on set. The film has received rave reviews in advance of its Christmas Day release, and is expected to be a strong awards contender. Among other things, the Little Women stars focus on Gerwig’s directorial prowess. “We’ve got to be really on it,” Ronan, who plays Jo March, says. “She knows when something’s right by how it sounds.” Ronan adds, “Greta is so emotionally intelligent, which is key for something like this.” Devoted fans of Louisa May Alcott’s classic story will also catch several second-long glimpses of its most classic scenes, from young Amy (Florence Pugh) falling through the ice to the March sisters bickering on Christmas Day. Check out the featurette above. The complete article can be read over at Entertainment Weekly. Screencaptures can be found in the photo gallery.


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Nov 06
2019

On Monday, Meryl Streep, Greta Gerwig, Florence Pugh and Laura Dern, alongside her mother Diane Ladd, attended a screening for “Little Women” in Los Angeles. During a luncheon on Saturday, Gerwig talked about working with Streep on the film. In the director’s upcoming film, Amy March (Florence Pugh) delivers a powerful monologue to explain to Theodore “Laurie” Laurence (Timothee Chalamet) how she is hindered by a woman’s place in society. She tells him that when she marries, her husband would own any money she has and he would own her children. Gerwig told the crowd at the Teen Vogue Summit in Los Angeles that she wants to give credit where credit is due, confessing that she took the dialogue “basically verbatim” from a conversation with Streep. “When I started working on this project, Meryl Streep did just tell me that she was going to be in it. Because she loves the book and she told me … ‘I’ll be Aunt March.’ She said, ‘Write me some good lines.’ I was like, ‘I will,’” Gerwig said. “We had a lunch and she said, ‘This is what you have to communicate to the audience about the position of women, that they don’t even own their own children. It’s not just that they couldn’t vote, it’s not just that they didn’t have jobs. They didn’t own anything. If you wanted to leave a marriage, you could leave but you would leave with nothing, not even your kids. So it is the decision.’ So I basically verbatim took that and gave that to Florence.”


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Oct 28
2019

Greta Gerwig’s highly anticipated directorial follow-up to Lady Bird reunites the filmmaker with Ronan and fellow Lady Bird co-star Timothée Chalamet to tell one of literature’s most beloved stories. Meryl Streep represented the film yesterday at a New York screening accompanied by her friends, playwright Tracy Letts and author of “One True Thing”, Anna Quindlen. Here’s what the critics are saying so far about Greta Gerwig’s Little Women, as compiled by Looper: Entertainment Weekly columnist David Canfield tweeted that Little Women was one of his “very favorite movies of the year,” furter noting, “Greta Gerwig delivers a both passionately faithful and gorgeously original take” and going on to praise several of the film’s leading performances.Kara Warner from PEOPLE Magazine wrote, “Greta Gerwig’s @LittleWomen is wonderful. A loving, meticulously-crafted adaptation that exceeded my expectations. Heartfelt, moving and a terrific showcase for its extremely talented cast and beloved source material.” New York Magazine’s Kyle Buchanan enjoyed the film, but felt there were some caveats. In a Twitter thread, he wrote, “Greta Gerwig takes the straightforward story of Little Women and boldly scrambles it, starting two-thirds of the way through and retelling most of what you remember via flashbacks and cross-cutting. Call it Louisa May Alcott meets 21 Grams[…] At best, it’s a fresh approach that makes you rethink familiar material. But it can also make simple plot and character developments a bit harder to locate.” He also singled out the performances, particularly Pugh’s: For my money, the MVP in Little Women is Florence Pugh. Hot off of Midsomar, Pugh is having a great year, and she’s hilarious and winning as Amy, the character best served by Gerwig’s structural gambits.”

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