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  October 12th, 2016       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

First Lady Michelle Obama’s initiative to elevate global educational opportunities for girls and women is getting a major shot of star power from Meryl Streep, who has attended yesterday’s White House screening of the CNN documentary. Streep takes on the role of correspondent in “We Will Rise: Michelle Obama’s Mission to Educate Girls Around the World,” a documentary film that makes its U.S. premiere Wednesday night on CNN. (It will be available Thursday on demand through cable and satellite systems and online via CNNgo.) The film chronicles Streep’s recent travels to Marrakesh, Morocco where she talked with young women about overcoming the cultural, economic, safety and health barriers that can keep them from pursuing an education. (According to the U.S. Agency for International Development, 62 million girls around the world are not in school.) “We Will Rise,” produced by CNN Films and the Documentary Group, also features the network’s correspondent Isha Sesay (a native of Sierra Leone), actress Freida Pinto and Obama, who listened to similar stories on a visit to Liberia. Pictures from the screening have been added to the photo gallery. The Los Angeles Times has an interview with Meryl Streep on her experience in Morrocco and the documentary.

  October 6th, 2016       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

With many thanks to my friend Alvaro, additional magazine scans from the American promotion for “Florence Foster Jenkins” have been added to the photo gallery. Besides two scans from Brasil, coverage includes the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the New Yorker, Entertainment Weekly, and, of course, that wonderful Wall Street Journal Magazine pictorial. Many thanks for the additions. Enjoy reading.


Related Media:

Photo Gallery – Magazines – Folha de Sao Paulo, (Brasil, July 09, 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazines – Guia da Folha (Brasil, July 24, 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazines – New York Magazine (United States, August 08, 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazines – Time Out New York (United States, August 10, 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazines – The Los Angeles Times (United States, August 12, 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazines – The New York Times (United States, August 12, 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazines – Entertainment Weekly (United States, August 19, 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazines – The New Yorker (United States, August 22, 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazines – US Magazine (United States, August 22, 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazines – The Wall Street Journal (USA, September 2016)

  September 23rd, 2016       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments


It has been some time since I last added production stills, basically because I thought that I’ve found all available movie stills already :-) Fortunately I was wrong, as many additional stills from films, television and theater performances have been added, ranging from Kramer vs. Kramer to Florence Foster Jenkins. Among the rare finds is a promotional still of Meryl for 1980’s CBS special Omnibus and a rehearsal picture from 2005’s Theater of the New Ear, with many thanks to Alvaro for finding both. To launch all last added pictures, simply click one of the previews above.

  September 5th, 2016       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments


While “Florence Foster Jenkins” is still being shown throughout the United States, the film has been released on DVD, Blu-Ray and on demand in the United Kingdom, where it was theatrically released in May. Be sure to grab your copy if you haven’t seen it yet / if you’re able to play European region DVDs. Having received my copy just in time, over 1.600 Blu-Ray screencaptures have been added to the photo gallery. Enjoy!

  August 18th, 2016       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

A fantastic batch of magazine scans from the United States, the United Kingdom and Poland have been added to the photo gallery, all promoting the theatrical releases of “Florence Foster Jenkins”. The Polish scans have been kindly donated by Barbara, with many thanks! Also thanks to Alvaro for submitting a new scan from Time Out London, dishing on Meryl’s possible appearance in the Mary Poppins sequel. To view all latest scans, have a look at the list below. Enjoy reading.



Related Media:
Photo Gallery – Magazine Scans – Wysokie Obcasy Extra (Poland, September 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Scans – Party Magazine (Poland, August 16, 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Scans – Tele Tydzien (Poland, August 19, 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Scans – Show Magazine (Poland, August 08, 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Scans – Pani Magazine (Poland, August 08, 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Scans – Time Out London (United Kingdom, August 02, 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Scans – People Magazine (USA, August 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Scans – In New York (USA, August 2016)
  August 13th, 2016       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Lots of additional pictures from many of the past day’s events have been added. Besides the New York premiere for “Florence Foster Jenkins”, a screening was held in the East Hamptons on Monday to kick off the US promotion of the film. On August 10, the cast has attended several Q&As for BAFTA New York, the SAG/Aftra Foundation and appearing together on “The Charlie Rose Show”. Also on August 10, Meryl gave a very insightful and entertaining interview at Times Talks. Check out the next update for video additions. All added pictures can be found below.


Related Media:
Photo Gallery – Magazine Scans – Times Talks (August 10, 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Scans – BAFTA New York Screening & Q&A (August 10, 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Scans – “Florence Foster Jenkins” New York premiere (August 09, 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Scans – Taping of “Good Morning America” (August 09, 2016)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Scans – “Florence Foster Jenkins” Hamptons screening (August 07, 2016)
  August 10th, 2016       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments


Also yesterday, Meryl Streep was all smiles while hitting the red carpet at the premiere of her film Florence Foster Jenkins held at the AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13 Theater on Tuesday (August 9) in New York City. She was joined by her co-stars Hugh Grant, Nina Arianda and Simon Helberg. Meryl recently opened up about her and Hugh‘s love in the film and how it should not be dismissed in spite of the infidelities. “I think especially, peering into other people’s relationships, it’s almost always not what you think it is from the outside, and I think it’s an accurate portrayal of realistic, delusional love,” Meryl explained (via CBS News). “It’s realistic because it is what it is and there is illusion and they both prop up… in this bubble of happiness.” “I mean one of the genius things that Stephen did that’s embedded in the film is even in the margins, you feel the warmth,” Meryl added. “There’s so many analogies to now, figuring out what makes life worth living. Love and art, as far as I’m concerned, is right smack in the middle. So the compromises that people make to keep their happiness intact — I think that’s all in the service of good.”

  August 7th, 2016       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments


A big batch of additional production stills and on-set pictures from “Florence Foster Jenkins” have been added to the photo gallery. Also, UK fans will have to wait less than a month to own the film on home video. After its theatrical release in May, “Florence Foster Jenkins” will hit the UK market on DVD and Blu-Ray on September 05, 2016 – only weeks after the film’s US release.

  August 1st, 2016       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Article courtesy The Boston Globe: Meryl Streep had a very busy week, even for her. She gave a shout-out to Hillary Clinton at the DNC; inked a contract to appear in “Mary Poppins Returns” – a movie musical from “Hairspray” creators Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman that will also star Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda – and geared up for the Aug. 12 rollout of the biopic “Florence Foster Jenkins.”

Still, there she was Saturday, alongside her former Yale Drama School classmate John Shea at a benefit for the Theatre Workshop of Nantucket. (Surprisingly, it was Streep’s first time on the island.) The handsome Shea, who’s perhaps best known for playing Lex Luthor in the ’90s TV series “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman,” got his start as a TWN apprentice in 1968 and has remained ever grateful. TWN, which had no rivals when it was founded in 1956, had fallen on hard times before Shea took the reins as artistic director seven years ago — for the munificent fee of $300 per season, according to his wife, sculptor Melissa McLeod. Saturday’s benefit drew some 240 high-rollers to the Nantucket Hotel’s ballroom at a cost of $2,500 per person — and $50,000 for the privilege of booking Streep’s table, a fee gladly forked over by prominent DC lawyer (and TWN board member) Max N. Berry. Other high-profile attendees included film producer Armyan Bernstein, who directed Shea in 1984’s “Windy City” (and followed his friend’s lead in acquiring a summer home on the island), and benefactress-about-town Wendy Schmidt (wife of Google ex-CEO Eric Schmidt), looking Titania-like in a sleek silver-beaded silk chiffon shift.

Streep’s contribution to the cabaret show, performed with Shea and their fellow Yale classmate Joe Grifasi, was a silly spoof of “Medea” penned way back when by then-fledgling playwrights Christopher Durang and Wendy Wasserstein.

  July 28th, 2016       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Here comes a great new interview from the September issue of the Wall Street Journal, accompanied by a stunning pictorial by Brigitte Lacombe: When Meryl Streep steps from her limousine onto the red carpet in London’s Leicester Square, everything about her comportment—as she strikes poses with castmates Hugh Grant and Simon Helberg, greets fans along the stanchions and hugs past co-stars like Stanley Tucci who’ve turned out for her—announces that she’s been here before. “It’s quite a scene, isn’t it?” she later says about the glittery film premiere. “It doesn’t get old. I mean, who gets to see a movie with 1,600 people?” With her hair in an elegant but simple updo, Streep confidently strides the red carpet in a black silk jumpsuit, heeled ankle boots and a long, beaded statement necklace. As she reaches the entrance to the theater, the emcee for the event introduces the star of Florence Foster Jenkins to a cheering crowd. He then asks her, “We know you can sing, because we heard you sing in Mamma Mia. So how difficult is it to sing badly?” She smiles. “Surprisingly easy.” The complete article can be read over at The Wall Street Journal.

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