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  January 31st, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

A couple of stunning new production and promotional stills, as well as on-set pictures have been added to the gallery.

  January 30th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

More pictures from yesterday’s 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards have been added to the image library, click the links to check all recent additions from the red carpet and the show. Then, the segment of Meryl presenting the In Memoriam tribute, as well as the Outstanding Female Actor category can be found in the video archive.

  January 17th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Pictures and videos from the Golden Globes keep coming in, so here’s another update on last night’s big event. Videos of Meryl’s press room interview, a segment from Access Hollywood – and an interview on the Today Show, which was taped a day before the Golden Globes took place, have been added to the video archive.

Then, many additional pictures have been added to the Golden Globe galleries, have a look at the previews below.


  January 16th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

In case you’ve missed tonight’s telecast – or you’d just like to watch her win over and over again – the full speech has been added to the video archive.
“I gotta thank everybody in England that let me come and trample all over their history. Especially, I’d like to thank Phyllida Lloyd, Abi Morgan, who wrote it, Damien Jones, who stayed with us for ten years. All the cast and crew in England. We’ve made this for twenty-five cents in five minutes and I’m so proud of the film and I’m so, so, so grateful.”

Here’s the complete transcript of her speech: “Oh my God. Oh my God. Well, when Ricky Gervais’ deal fell through and they came to me to play Margaret Thatcher… (laughter). I can’t joke. This is such a thrill, but really, really embarrassing in a year that saw so many extraordinary performances by women in leading roles – by my friends, by people I don’t know. By people that I am so inspired by… Oh, shiii-it (points to her table), I’ve forgot my glasses. Oh, I’m gonna have to remember my speech (laughter). Okay, I’m gonna have to remember, but Glenn, Viola – oh my God I’m gonna leave people off – Michelle, Rooney, Gilda, yeah and how about Adepero Oduye, how about “Pariah” (applause)? How about Michelle, how about Mia Wasikowska in “Jane Eyre”? (applause). Fantastic! Tilda. Oh geez. Everybody I know I’m gonna leave you out. Anyone of these performances in any given year would have been a stand-out and an award winning peformance. But the fact that they all this year is really, really good news for all of us, because sometimes it seems that serious, challenging, weird movies are like exotic birds, near extinct birds, and every year a new flock flies in and somebody picks them up and gives them money and we get to see them. So, I just wanna thank my agent Kevin Huvane and God – Harvey Weinstein (laughter) – the punisher. Old testament, I guess? (laughter) Okay, I gotta thank everybody in England that let me come and trample all over their history. Especially, I’d like to thank Phyllida Lloyd (music starts to fade in) – oh, no! Abi Morgan, who wrote it, Damien Jones, who stayed with us for ten years. Oh, come on. All the cast and crew in England. We’ve made this for twenty-five cents in five minutes and I’m so proud of the film and I’m so, so, so grateful. And I love you, Viola. You’re my girl.

Lastly, lots of additional pictures from the Golden Globe Awards have been added to the image library. You can access all galleries below. Edit: Screencaptures from the ceremony have been added as well.


  January 16th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Meryl Streep has won the Golden Globe as Best Actress in a Drama for “The Iron Lady”. Congratulations! Pictures from the red carpet, the ceremony and the press conference are being added to the image library, so keep checking back for all latest additions.


Meryl Streep stepped into the Golden Globes press room following her big win for The Iron Lady during this evening’s show. On stage she couldn’t give the speech she had planned since she forgot her glasses at the table, and while she almost gave it to the press room instead, she refrained. Instead, Meryl talked about women who inspire her, taking on the role of Margaret Thatcher, and what she’s working on now. On what she would ask Margaret Thatcher: “I would be interested in what she thinks about Europe right now and the debt crisis and whether her views about any of that have evolved. It’s interesting how it’s coming to the same path. It interests me”. On taking on the role: “Coming into this I had a very reductive view of Margret Thatcher. I did what we all do to political leaders we don’t agree with, turning them into something more than human and less than human at the same time. It was interesting to me to look at the human being behind all that, to look at the life that was so groundbreaking, in the winter of that life. To find a compassionate view of someone with whom I disagree”. On what inspires her: “I’ve never really gotten to the bottom of me and all the contradictions and conundrum that I find in my own personality and I feel like I find myself, or parts of myself, and I find some understanding of being alive from the characters I play. I’ve probably only gravitated towards characters I do feel something of me in”. What is your passion project right now: “I’m very interested in the stories of women, the untold stories, and I’m trying very hard to get congress to let us purchase land on the National Mall for the first women’s museum. There are so many stories, I could go on for hours”.

  January 15th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Yesterday, Meryl has attended the BAFTA Los Angeles’ 18th Annual Awards Season Tea Party. It’s not the regular champagne-fuelled showbiz bash though; it’s a daytime tea party where an array of Golden Globe nominees sip Earl Grey and nibble on finger sandwiches and scones with jam and cream. Meryl was spotted with colleagues Leonardo DiCaprio and Viola Davis, and chatting to Andy Serkis and Jane Seymour. Find all pictures in the image library.

  January 13th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Yesterday’s second talkshow appearance, on Jimmy Kimmel Live, has been added to the archives as well. This 15 minutes interview is very funny as went beyond the usual questions – Meryl spoke about her experience in Beijing a couple of months ago at the US China Forum on the Arts and Culture and that she heard a ghost in her home in the early 1990s. Very worthwile interview, the full segment can be found in the video archive, HD captures are in the image library. Enjoy!

  January 13th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Coverage for this year’s Critics Choice Movie Awards will be, unfortunately, short. The Best Actress award went to Viola Davis for “The Help” – and there are only a couple of pictures of Meryl from inside the ceremony, no red carpet as always ;-) Nevertheless, I’ve added the Best Actress segment to the video archive as well as pictures and captures to the image library.

  January 12th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Meryl’s interview on the French talkshow Le Grand Journal has been added to the video archive. Her segment is short but funny, especially the card trick. Additionally, find captures from the interview in the image library.

  January 11th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

The Weinstein Co. has created a series of unusual campaign-style posters to promote the film online and possibly in print as well. The intentionally defaced ads play off the idea that not everyone was in love with Thatcher in her home country, embracing the controversy she stirred in England, not shying away from it. It might seem odd to promote a film with an ad campaign that seems to disparage the movie’s subject, but it’s very much a play on Thatcher’s thorny relationship with many in her country during the time she served as prime minister (article courtesy Politico). Another new poster, probably for its wide release in the USA, has been added as well.

Also, with thanks to Frank for the heads-up, Meryl has been awarded Best Actress for “The Iron Lady” by the Denver Film Critics Society and has received a nomination as Best International Actress for the Irish Film and Television Award. Congratulations!

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