Sep 08
2009

While we’re still waiting for the Image Library and Video Archive to return, here are three new appearances on UK television you can look forward to. Tonight, “Film 2009 with Jonathan Ross” will be reporting on “Julie & Julia” – and on Friday, both GMTV (earlier reported to be broadcast on Monday) and This Morning will feature interviews with Meryl as well on their programme. Thanks to everybody for the heads-up!

Sep 05
2009

Added screencaptures and a video transcript of Meryl’s appearance on the French talkshow Le Grand Journal to promote “Julie & Julia”, yesterday. Thanks to Nora for helping me on this. Also, make sure to check the show’s official website, they have more goodies on the show. And as Meryl will be attending the Deauville Film Festival today, check back later for coverage.

Sep 01
2009

The German tv programme Brisant has aired a very nice report on “Julie & Julia”, including a new interview with Meryl. Since it’s dubbed in German, you can find a translation of what she said below the previews. Caps and a clip have been uploaded.

I like little domestic things I have to say. I just wrapped a movie that took forever to end. And then when I was finished I went into my… sew area. And I took a whole day and sorted needles according to size and sorted colors. And I love to iron, I just did that yesterday.

Aug 25
2009

The announced appearance on The Charlie Rose Show was indeed a re-run of her recent “Julie & Julia” visit that can be already found on the site, so there’s nothing new ;-)

Aug 19
2009

On Saturday, August 22 at 1:00 p.m., KETC/Channel 9 pays tribute to Child with the broadcast of Julia Child Memories: Bon Appetit!, a two-hour retrospective featuring three of the most memorable episodes from The French Chef: Bouillabaisse à la Marseillaise, To Roast a Chicken and The Omelette Show.

Because the broadcast coincides with the theatrical release of the film comedy Julie & Julia, starring Meryl Streep as Child, the program includes commentary from Streep and author Julie Powell, who wrote the book on which the film is based. Also included are Nora Ephron, the writer/director of Julie & Julia; chef Gordon Hamersley of Hamersley’s Bistro; Russell Morash, producer/director of The French Chef; Sara Moulton, executive chef of Gourmet Magazine; fellow TV chef Jacques Pepin; chef Lydia Shire of Locke-Ober; actor Stanley Tucci; and chef Jasper White of Summer Shack.

Aug 18
2009

Added the full interview with Meryl and Nora Ephron on The Charlie Rose Show, originally aired on August 07, 2009. Very interesting to watch, as both recall filming “Julie & Julia”, as well as making “Heartburn”. Enjoy!

Aug 09
2009

With many thanks to Jazz, you can now watch Meryl’s appearance on The Colbert Report in the video archive, with additional captures added to the Image Library. It’s a very entertaining and funny interview, so don’t miss it!

Aug 09
2009

Added a full video, as well as screencaptures, of Meryl Streep, Amy Adams on Nora Ephron on “The View”, August 07. Thanks to Tina for the video!

Aug 09
2009

On August 07, Meryl and Nora Ephron have also attended the Charlie Rose Show to promote “Julie & Julia”, clips and caps of her appearance will follow. And speaking of which, I was unable so far to get Meryl’s appearance on the Colbert Report on August 06, so if anyone’s taped it or is able to help me getting it on the website, please drop me a line. Thanks!

Aug 05
2009

Added a video transcript, as well as screencaptures, of Meryl’s appearance on The Early Show.

She likes to eat. She likes learning to cook.  Two-time Academy Award winner Meryl Streep said on “The Early Show” Wednesday she has some things in common with her character in her new film, “Julie & Julia”. In fact, Streep said she didn’t have to pretend anything when she played legendary television cook Julia Child. But she wasn’t actually playing an historical portrayal of Child, Streep explained.  “I’m a fantasy Julia Child. That was my out, anyway. I didn’t have to be absolutely dead-on.” “Early Show” co-anchor Harry Smith commented on Streep’s ability to rake in summer movie profits with movies, such as “The Devil Wears Prada” and “Mamma Mia!,” comparing her to Will Smith and his box office bonanzas.  “Go figure. It’s so alarming,” Streep joked. “What’s happening to the world?” Streep added, “It’s bizarre, but it’s a happy surprise.” Smith said she may even be asked to do car crashes and helicopters next. “That’s how it starts,” he said. Streep responded, “Oh, I don’t think they’re going to get me in the cat suit. I would pay to avoid that.”