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  April 10th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

“The Iron Lady” has been released on DVD and Blu-Ray today in the USA, so be sure to grab your copy. I have added over 1.700 high quality screencaptures from the Blu-Ray to the image library. Enjoy the captures!


  April 4th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Meryl Streep j4has oined Elton John, Sting and James Taylor for their own special version of The Wizard of Oz at a benefit concert to raise funds for rainforest communities in Central and South America, yesterday. Sting’s wife, Trudie Styler, produced the all-star fund-raiser with the theme Songs from the Silver Screen for The Rainforest Foundation US at New York’s Carnegie Hall. Sting had a surprise hit with the dark theme from comedy series M*A*S*H, Suicide is Painless, while Streep sang When You Wish Upon A Star. Over 100 pictures from the concert have been added to the image library.

Also, there is some speculation at this time that Meryl is in talks to join Stephen Sondheim’s production of “Into the Woods”, playing the Delacorte this summer. Not long ago, a British newspaper interview with Sondheim mentioned that Meryl was a rumored possibility to portray the Witch in the revival. Sondheim didn’t confirm or deny the buzz, but interestingly said, “We will see. I think she’d be great.” That set excited little heads spinning all around town. Meanwhile, a good friend of Meryl was just cast. Amy Adams – who costarred with the multi-Oscar winner in Doubt and Julie and Julia – is going to play the Baker’s Wife. Thanks to Glenn for the heads-up!

  April 4th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Here comes the first production still for “Great Hope Springs”, featuring its stars Tommy Lee Jones and Meryl Streep. Full version can be found in the image library.

  March 31st, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Here’s the second part of today’s magazine update. For more information on what has been added, please check the previous update.

Image Library – Magazine Scans – 2012 – Chi Magazine (Italy, March 2012)
Image Library – Magazine Scans – 2012 – Der Spiegel (Germany, March 2012)
Image Library – Magazine Scans – 2012 – Aera Magazine (Japan, March 2012)
Image Library – Magazine Scans – 2012 – Time Magazine (USA, February 2012)
Image Library – Magazine Scans – 2012 – The Hollywood Reporter (USA, February 2012)
Image Library – Magazine Scans – 2012 – Primero (Netherlands, February 2012)
Image Library – Magazine Scans – 2012 – Attitude Magazine (USA, February 2012)

  March 31st, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Lots of additional scans from fifteen magazines have been added to the image library, all ranging from January to March 2012 and coming from the USA, the UK, Italy, Germany, France, the Netherlands and Japan, so there should be something for everyone :-) My dearest thanks to those who have contributed – Alvaro, Simona, Katrin and Asako. Have fun reading!

Image Library – Magazine Scans – 2012 – Le Point (France, February 2012)
Image Library – Magazine Scans – 2012 – Little White Lies (United Kingdom, January 2012)
Image Library – Magazine Scans – 2012 – Time Out London (United Kingdom, January 2012)
Image Library – Magazine Scans – 2012 – The Lady (United Kingdom, January 2012)
Image Library – Magazine Scans – 2012 – Film Comment (USA, January/February 2012)
Image Library – Magazine Scans – 2012 – Time Magazine (USA, January 2012)
Image Library – Magazine Scans – 2012 – People Magazine (USA, January 2012)
Image Library – Magazine Scans – 2012 – Entertainment Weekly (USA, January 2012)

  March 27th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

I’ve found a rare picture that deserves a spotlight in the updates. In this 1981 photo, Meryl Streep and Don Gummer greet Ronald Reagan and wife Nancy at the Kennedy Center Honors’ Green Room. This picture is worth a mention for some reason – first it’s been 30 years between this picture and Meryl becoming an Honoree at the Kennedy Center Honors herself. It’s also one in a list of pictures with Meryl and presidents and politicians, she’s been posing with Bill Clinton at the Save the Music concert in 1999 and, of course, with President Obama during the Kennedy Center Honors. Oh, and with the Queen at the Royal premiere of “Kramer vs. Kramer” in 1980.

  March 21st, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

As previously reported, Meryl has attended the New York screening of “Bully”, yesterday. Pictures from the event have been added to the image library.

Here’s what Forbes wrote about the event: Meryl Streep has three Oscars and is considered the best of all American actresses. But she was bulled in school. She talked about it on Monday night after she was introduced by actress Regency Boies at the Weinstein Company screeening of “Bully” at the Paley Center in New York. The screening was part of the campaign to get the MPAA to change the rating to PG-13 before the film opens next Friday in New York and Los Angeles. Here’s what she said: “I watched this with my four college roommates. We get together every year. A child psychologist, a woman who’s a lawyer, a columnist, and a businesswoman–we were all stunned. It brought me back to New Jersey in nineteen fifty…–a long time ago. I was eight year old and up a tree. And my nemesis, this one bully, was hitting my legs with a stick until they bled. It was very ‘Lord of the Flies’. It was a very nice Republican community, I might add. [Ed note–Meryl said this a with a smile, knowing a lot of the audience were bankers from similar towns. The remark got laughs.] Seeing this, you realize it’s been around, bullying. But I hope this film will give encouragement to the kids who are being bullied. My dad had a little statue on his desk of three little monkeys, a carved Chinese statuette– doing this, this and this. [She demonstrated See No Evil, Say No Evil, Hear No Evil]. I thought maybe this will encourage all those little monkeys to stand up and open their eyes and take the earbuds out of their ears and say something. Because a team is stronger than a bully. I hope you really like it, and tell absolutely everybody at the MPAA that it should have a rating of PG-13.”

And from the New York Daily News: Meryl Streep learned something new about her daughter Tuesday. At a special screening of “Bully” that the Oscar winner hosted at the Paley Center for Media, actress Regency Boies recalled the times her classmate, Streep’s daughter Mamie Gummer, came to the aid of fellow students who were being tormented. “I saw her on more than a few occasions come to the rescue of some of our classmates that were being ridiculed when none of the rest of us were brave enough to confront them,” Boies said, adding that she knew Gummer’s actions were a product of “the integrity and the kindness that Meryl instilled.” After listening to Boies remarks, an emotional Streep said it was the first time she’d heard this and needed a moment “to recover, because that’s just so great to hear.” Other guests called “Bully” great, adding that they could not understand why the MPAA would give such a powerful documentary an R rating.

In other news, director Ulu Grosbard, who directed Meryl in the 1984 love story Falling in Love, has died. Grosbard was nominated for his first Tony Award in 1965 for The Subject Was Roses, Frank D. Gilroy’s Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about a soldier (Martin Sheen) returning from war to his parents in the Bronx. His second nom came in 1977 for the original Broadway production of David Mamet’s American Buffalo, the junk shop-set drama that starred Robert Duvall. Grosbard directed Dustin Hoffman in Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me? (1971) and Straight Time (1978) and helmed the 1968 screen adaptation of The Subject Was Roses, his feature debut. Other credits include Georgia (1995), with Jennifer Jason Leigh and The Deep End of the Ocean (1999), starring Michelle Pfeiffer.

  March 18th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

The image library has been updated with a bunch of additions to most of Meryl’s 2012 appearances – featuring some new albums – a stunning photocall she did in Tokyo last week and from the Japanese talkshow “Tetsuko’s Room”, which aired there a couple of days ago (I’m working on bringing the full interview to the video archive). Other than that, new pictures from the BAFTAs, Golden Globes, various “Iron Lady” premieres and more. Click the previews to launch all recently added pictures.

  March 16th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Yesterday, Meryl has attended the Broadway revival’s opening night of “Death of a Salesman”. Pictures have been added to the image library.

  March 10th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

“Joe Papp in Five Acts,” a new documentary film by Tracie Holder and Karen Thorsen about the late founder of the Public Theater, will have its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in April. Meryl Streep, Christopher Walken, Martin Sheen, Kevin Kline and James Earl Jones are among the artists featured in the Papp film that is co-produced with PBS/American Masters. According to the creators, “In Joe Papp’s eyes, art is for everyone, not just a privileged few. This is the story of this indomitable, street-wise champion of the arts who brought more theater to more people than any other producer in history… This documentary lets Papp’s great accomplishments and tumultuous personal history be revealed by the artists he helped create – and sometimes tried to destroy.”

Joseph Papp has launched Meryl’s theatrical career in the seventies, giving her leading roles in the Public Theater productions of “Henry V”, “The Taming of the Shrew” and “Measure for Measure”, among many others. And just in time for the news on the documentry, I’ve added a couple of fantastic high quality pictures of Meryl’s early stage work to the image library. Enjoy!

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