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Over 100 additional pictures from all public appearances that Meryl has made in 2014 have been added to the gallery. They include some fantastic new pictures from the Golden Globes as well as the National Board of Review, Palms Springs Film Festival and the “August: Osage County” Q&A at the DGA Theater. Also, many pictures have been replaced with HQ versions. My biggest thanks to Lindsey for helping me with these last additions. Very appreciated. Enjoy the new pictures.
Appearances – 2014 – Last Uploads – 71th Annual Golden Globe Awards
Appearances – 2014 – Last Uploads – National Board of Review
Appearances – 2014 – Last Uploads – “August: Osage County” Q&A at DGA Theater
Appearances – 2014 – Last Uploads – Palms Springs Film Festival – Press
Appearances – 2014 – Last Uploads – Palms Springs Film Festival – Show
Appearances – 2014 – Last Uploads – Palms Springs Film Festival – Arrivals
First of all, a couple of additional pictures and screencaptures from the Golden Globes have been added. Then today, Meryl and the cast of “August: Osage County” has attended a Q&A at the SAG Foundation. The cast has received a SAG nomination as Outsanding Ensemble. Pictures from the Q&A have been added to the gallery. The video will be added as soon as it becomes available.
Videos from yesterday’s Q&A with Meryl and Margo Martindale at the DGA Theater in Los Angeles, as well as a full video of the “August: Osage County” press conference in New York back in December, have been added to the video archive. Enjoy the new clips.
Filming for “The Giver” has wrapped, and Meryl has been in Los Angeles yesterday with the cast and crew of “August: Osage County” for the film’s premiere. Over 440 pictures have been added to the image library. Videos and more will follow with the next updates. And there’ll be more public appearances: On December 19, Meryl will be a guest on “The View”.
The Weinstein Company will be hosting a screening followed by a live Q & A on Monday, November 25th with the cast of their highly anticipated movie, August: Osage County in theaters December 25, including Meryl Streep, director John Wells, writer Tracy Letts and fellow cast members Julianne Nicholson, Juliette Lewis, Margo Martindale, Chris Cooper and Dermot Mulroney. The cast will be on-site for the live, interactive Q & A session to be held in New York City at AMC Loews Theater Lincoln Square 13, 1998 Broadway, NY, NY 10023. The screening is to begin at 8:00 PM EST with the live-streamed Q & A following at 10:00 PM. Moderator John Horn of the Los Angeles Times will discuss the making of the film with the cast and incorporate fan questions who can participate in the full Q & A by visiting http://www.facebook.com/weinsteinco.
UMass Lowell announced Thursday that Meryl Streep will be the latest guest for the Chancellor’s Speaker Series. The Academy Award-winning actress will appear at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The event will benefit student scholarships and will be co-sponsored by the UML English Department’s Theatre Arts Program and the College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Streep follows in the footsteps of author Steven King, who drew a crowd of 3,000 to the Tsongas Center at the inaugural Speaker Series event last December. Ticket and program information have not been released yet. For more information, visit their official website.
The Toronto International Film Festival is rolling out the red carpet for the slew of stars scheduled to attend next month’s extravaganza. Hollywood heavyweights Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts and Hugh Jackman will all appear during the 38th annual film festival from Sept. 5 to 15, organizers said Tuesday, and they’ll be joined by homegrown talent like Taylor Kitsch, Mike Myers and Bruce McDonald. The world-premiere of “August: Osage County” takes place on September 09, 2013. Here’s some more buzz from the festival’s website: Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tracy Letts has spent the past two decades telling stories that are audacious and inventive, hilarious and harrowing, deeply disturbing and, in their own wicked way, heartfelt. When the movies finally discovered Letts a few years back, they brought his singularly bleak and insightful vision of the American family to a broader audience. Bug and the highly controversial Killer Joe, both directed by William Friedkin, were pitched so as to incite maximum discomfort. The star-studded August: Osage County, based on the play for which Letts received the Pulitzer as well as a Tony Award, is no less bracing a tale of life, death, and familial strife, but let’s just say it’s a crowd-pleaser by comparison – and one of this year’s must-see films.
Members of the Wilmington Fund VT are celebrating the success of last Saturday evening’s fundraising events. The evening kicked off at the Hermitage Club with an exclusive dinner with special guest, actress Meryl Streep. Also in attendance were Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin and Congressman Peter Welch. The fundraising dinner was sold out, with 115 guests paying between $1,000 and $5,000 per plate. Donors paying for the $2,500 and $5,000 plates also had their photos taken with Streep.
Streep was at the event at the behest of her friend, Wilmington Fund VT founder and president Dan Kilmurray. Kilmurray says he has known Streep’s family for years. “Her brother and I met and became dear friends when I was about 18,” Kilmurray said. “I met her when she graduated from Vassar. When I was in the process of launching this fundraising event, I asked her if she would help.” During an after-dinner chat hosted by Kilmurray’s wife and co-founder of Wilmington Fund VT, Tamara Kilmurray, Streep said that one of the reasons she was willing to help the Wilmington Fund was because she was familiar with the town. After she left Dartmouth College for Vassar, she said, she continued to travel between the two colleges on trips to visit her boyfriend at Dartmouth. “Wilmington was my halfway point,” she said. “I used to stop at a little ice cream place on Route 9 that isn’t there anymore (Gene’s KreeMee).” Streep also found an unexpected connection to the area. Rep. Ann Manwaring told her that the bottles of Vermont maple syrup on the tables were donated by local business owner Ed Metcalfe, who had attended elementary school with Streep. “Oh, little Eddie Metcalfe?” Streep said. “Is he here?” But Metcalfe wasn’t in attendance. More information on the event can be found here and at their official website.
At the Public Theater’s 2013 gala at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park last night, Sting, Steve Martin and Meryl Streep had prime seats for a one-night-only performance of “The Pirates of Penzance,” starring Kevin Kline as the Pirate King and Martin Short as Major-General Stanley, a sure recipe for hilarity. Streep took the stage before the performance to say a few words about her friend Nora Ephron. Streep recalled a dinner with Ephron. “I bubbled to our tablemates, ’Bon Appetit,’” Streep said, doing a perfect imitation of Julia Child. “And she gave me a sideways look and said, ’I have a thought.’”