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  January 5th, 2018       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments


Yesterday, Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep have attended the “The Post” screening as part of the 29th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival’s opening night, as well as a Q&A on the film afterwards. Also yesterday, Meryl has participated in another Q&A, this time with for Facebook. You can watch it in the video archive. Then, two talkshow appearances have been officially announced for next week – The Ellen DeGeneres Show on January 09 and The Graham Norton Show on January 12, which will be taped on Wednesday, January 10, after the film’s London premiere. Thanks to Jamie for letting me know that Meryl will also attend “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on January 08. Finally, 20th Century Fox has released a new featurette on “The Post” with a focus on the women in front of and behind the camera, including lots of new bits of Meryl as Katharine Graham. Enjoy all the new additions.

Jimmy Kimmel Live (January 08, 2018)
The Ellen DeGeneres Show (January 09, 2018)
“The Post” London premiere (January 10, 2018)
The Graham Norton Show (January 12, 2018)

  January 4th, 2018       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

This morning, “Today” has aired an interview with Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks and Bob Odenkirk, which was conducted earlier last December. The three stars of “The Post” talked about the relevance of the film, its parallels to today’s society, and, of course, the Weinstein scandal and its impact on Hollywood’s change. The full interview can be watched in the video archive with high definition screencaptures being added to the photo gallery.

  January 1st, 2018       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Happy New Year everybody! Additional magazine scans, ranging from December 2017 to February 2018, and including Entertainment Weekly, Film Journal International and Britain’s Empire Magazine (including a stunning new Brigitte Lacombe editorial), have been added to the photo gallery. Also, a great new featurette on “The Post” has been released, which can be watched in the video archive, screencaptures have been added as well. Enjoy the new additions.



Related Media:

Photo Gallery – Magazine Scans – Empire Magazine (United Kingdom, February 2018)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Scans – Film Journal (USA, January 2018)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Scans – Entertainment Weekly (USA, December 26, 2017)
Photo Gallery – Career – The Post – Making Of Screencaptures
Photo Gallery – Career – The Post – Posters & Key-Art
Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 2017 – Session 05

  December 19th, 2017       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments


A fantastic batch of new production stills from “The Post” have been added to the photo gallery. Also, with many thanks to Frank, here’s an update on the recent critics awards announcements: “The Post” has won Best Picture and Best Ensemble by the North Texas Film Critics Association Meryl Streep is Runners-up as Best Actress (2nd Place), Tom Hanks comes 3rd place as Best Actor and Steven Spielberg landed in 4th place as Best Director. The ensemble of “The Post” was Runners-up by the Southeastern Film Critics Association and the Indiana Film Critics Assosiation and is nominated by The Online Film Critics Society. Meryl and Tom are both Runners-up by the Dallas Fort Worth Film Critics Association (both on the 5th Place), the film came in 2nd place for Best Picture and Spielberg once again 4th place for Best Director”. Additionally, “The Post” has been included in the Top 10 lists by the Indiana and Southeastern critics. Congratulations and thanks to Frank for the heads-up.

  December 16th, 2017       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Lots of additional pictures, videos and press conferences have been added from this and last week’s quite extensive promotion for “The Post” in New York and Washington D.C. Many thanks to Mouza and Maria for submitting pictures. If anyone knows where exactly the NYC screening and Q&A has taken place, the one with Sarah Paulson, please drop me a line. There are also many new pictures in the video archive from a new press junket, the Washington Post Q&A and premiere.


Related Media:

Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2017 – “The Post” Premiere (Washington D.C.)
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2017 – “The Post” Screening at The Washington Post
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2017 – “The Post” NYC Screening & Q&A

  December 15th, 2017       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

The Washington D.C. screening, held at the Newseum, was the ultimate mash-up of Fictional Washington and Real Washington: boldface actors who play Posties and government types on the big screen jostled alongside real-life Washington journalists and officials. Jeffrey P. Bezos, the Amazon founder and chief executive who owns the Post, and Post publisher Fred Ryan passed by with smiles and nods, as did other locals, including CBS’s Major Garrett, Chris Wallace of Fox News, and Sen. Patrick J. Leahy (D-Vt.). Spielberg says that shouldn’t be interpreted as explicitly partisan, even though President Trump is waging a daily Twitter war against the mainstream media. “It’s a patriotic film,” Spielberg says. “I don’t think patriotism is partisan.” Pictures have been added to the photo gallery, with many thanks to Maria for submitting some of them. More coverage of the Washington promotion follows tomorrow.


  December 12th, 2017       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Combined, award-winning actors Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks have appeared in more than 100 films. But “The Post” marks the first time they are on screen together. In the movie, Streep plays Katharine Graham, the publisher of the Washington Post, and Hanks portrays legendary editor Ben Bradlee. The plot centers on the paper’s famous and difficult decision to publish top secret government information from the Pentagon Papers in 1971. Streep and Hanks join “CBS This Morning” to discuss how the film resonates today.

  December 12th, 2017       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments


The promotion for “The Post” is on a roll with the official b-roll footage and interviews with the cast and crew being launched. Hopefully, a couple of insightful featurettes will follow. Both clips can be watched below and in the video archive.

  December 10th, 2017       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments


At the annual Massachusetts Conference for Women in Boston on Thursday, Streep, in conversation with feminist activist Gloria Steinem, said that she and other notable women in Hollywood are making very specific demands to industry executives about the future – namely, she said, for equal pay. “We are after 50/50 by 2020,” she said, per U.S. News & World Report. “Equal means equal. And if it starts at the top, none of these shenanigans would have filtered down and it wouldn’t have been tolerated.” Streep has long been encouraging Congress to back the Equal Rights Amendment. In 2015, she sent every single member a package in the mail that contained a personal letter asking them to “stand up for equality – for your mother, your daughter, your sister, your wife or yourself – by actively supporting the Equal Rights Amendment” and a copy of E.R.A. Coalition President Jessica Neuwirth’s book, Equal Means Equal. Streep later said that Congress essentially ignored her plea. But, at the conference on Thursday, Streep said that now – as dozens of men, in Hollywood and beyond, fall from their positions of power after sexual assault allegations – is the time to, once again, demand change. “It’s such an interesting moment, because this conversation about why this is so widespread, this is really worth having and it’s fantastic,” she said. “I can’t help thinking it’s just a door that’s opening to a better world.” She called the recent allegations “the most gargantuan example of disrespect.” Her quote from the conference has been widely misquoted and misunderstood by everyone who doesn’t read beyond the headlines, so take your time to get the facts. Hopefully, a full video from the conference will be posted soon.

  December 5th, 2017       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Here comes a great cover story by Hollywood Reporter, featuring interviews with Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep, Amy Pascal, Liz Hannah and Kristie Macosko Krieger. “We are on the way to something better,” says Meryl Streep of the recent “earthquake” of harassment claims and female empowerment that has upended Hollywood, which many view as a direct response to the Trump administration. Certainly, the regime loomed large for Steven Spielberg when he first read The Post. “I realized this was the only year to make this film,” says the director, who tapped Streep to star as Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham despite the fact that he had only collaborated with her once before — for a single day of voice work on 2000’s A.I. Artificial Intelligence. “Most of the time we talked about how his property was haunted and did I know anybody who did exorcisms?” recalls Streep. “And of course, I did. I got him a priest.” The $50 million-plus Post tells the story of how Graham gave the green light to her editor Ben Bradlee (Tom Hanks) to report on the Pentagon Papers in 1971. (The New York Times had broken the story on the report, which revealed that America was losing the Vietnam War, but a court had ruled it couldn’t publish more about the top-secret documents.) Graham now faced a terrible dilemma: Go ahead with the Post’s article and risk imprisonment or withhold and silence the truth. Nearly half a century after she made her momentous choice, Graham’s tale is at last told. The complete interview can be read here. The cover and outtakes have been added to the photo gallery.

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