Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again
On July 20, 2018, get ready to sing and dance, laugh and love all over again.
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Mary Poppins Returns
This Christmas, Emily Blunt stars in an all-new tale of Britain's most beloved nanny.
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Big Little Lies: Season 2
In 2019, Meryl Streep moves to Monterey for the second season of Big Little Lies.
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  April 12th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

“To the Arctic 3D” will be released in US theaters on April 20. I’ve added a lenghty making of – featuring an interview with Meryl and behind-the-scenes footage of her narration – to the video archive.

  April 7th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Movie censors in America have given movie mogul Harvey Weinstein’s controversial new film Bully a PG-13 rating after he agreed to re-edit it for younger audiences. Bosses at The Motion Picture Association of America initially slapped the documentary with a restrictive R rating, which bans young children from seeing the film without an adult. The Weinstein Company boss argued that Bully was essential viewing for kids as it raised awareness and should be shown in schools.

A host of stars, including Justin Bieber and Meryl Streep, added their names to a petition aimed at making the censors change their minds and Weinstein subsequently announced he would release the movie, unrated, in a limited number of theatres. But he has now decided to re-edit a crucial scene, which featured expletives, to land Bully a PG-13 rating, enabling younger teenagers to see the movie. A statement from the National Association of Theatre Owners reads, “We are pleased the Weinstein Co. respected the rules and processes of the voluntary ratings system by editing and resubmitting Bully in order to receive the PG-13 rating.” The above video is a report from ABC World News on the New York screening that was hosted by Meryl. Many thanks to Rachel for guiding it my way.

  March 11th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

As reported earlier, Meryl Streep was in New York City today for Newsweek and The Daily Beast’s third annual Women in the World Summit. Housed at Lincoln Center, the three-day event spotlights the urgent challenges facing women today, from forced marriage to the economic crisis to the Arab spring. The full speech has been added to the video archive and a bunch of pictures can be found in the image library. Pictures are © Marc Bryan-Brown.


In summit’s final act before Secretary of State Hillary Clinton closed out the third annual weekend’s events, Meryl Streep took to the stage to praise the women in the room and the panelists’ many achievements. She went on to compare herself – “as every woman my age has done” – to Clinton, who shares so many attributes with the film star: they both were raised in middle-class families by big-hearted mothers who encouraged them to lead interesting lives. They both went to public schools and on to prestigious all-women colleges, then Yale. “But while I became a cheerleader, Hillary became the president of her class,” Streep joked. “And there, the two paths in the woods diverged.” Streep held up her Oscar to illustrate what actresses receive for playing parts well, but, she said, “Hillary is the real deal.” When Clinton emerged onto the stage, the women shared a long embrace – sisters at the top of their fields, inspiring other women of all ages to aspire to the same.

  March 10th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

A wrap-up on Meryl’s Tokyo visit to promote the Japanese premiere of “The Iron Lady”. Additional pictures have been added as well as a video compilation of television reports and interviews from the premiere and the full press conference on the film in two parts. Many thanks to Yasuko for additional information and video contribution. Enjoy!

  March 3rd, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

The theatrical trailer “To the Arctic 3D”, which Meryl Streep narrates, has been released and added to the video archive – it looks outstanding, even in 2D ;-) You can learn more about this new documentary, which will hit Imax theaters in the USA on April 20, at its detail page in the career section. Then, the Jimmy Kimmel special “Movie: The Movie” has been added. Part of Kimmel’s “After the Academy Awards” special, this is a spoof trailer for the greatest film, yet to be filmed, featuring pretty much every actor who’s currently allowed to be working in Hollywood, including George Clooney, Tom Hanks, Helen Mirren, Charlize Theron and Matt Damon, just to to name a few. Meryl is featured very briefly – it’s a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moment, but at least she’s wearing a mustache ;-) And finally, two additonal interview segments from the Academy Awards, one from ABC News and one from “Live with Kelly: Academy Awards Special” – very funny! Enjoy the new clips :-)

  February 28th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

The full Best Actress segment in best quality has been added to the video archive. Thanks to everybody who has contacted me and offered help, especially Filip, it’s been very appreciated!

Then, many additional video clips from the Academy Awards have been added to the video archive, including her words on the Thank You cam, the press room and a dozen of after-party interviews from Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, and more. Enjoy!


  February 26th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

It has been a busy weekend for Meryl so far as she has attended the Academy Awards’ Makeup Artists and Hairstylists Symposium yesterday as well – to talk about the makeup process of “The Iron Lady”, alongside the Oscar-nominated makeup team of Marc Coulier and Roy Helland. Click below for the video and pictures from the conversation.

  February 16th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

It has taken quite some time, but finally here are all video clips from the Berlin International Film Festival. First, the press conference (the video clip is a summary, the full 45-minutes press conference has been added to the audio archive). Also added is a compilation of German television reports on Meryl’s appearance, including interviews. Then, the premiere of “The Iron Lady” and the Honorary Golden Bear presentation, featuring Jake Gyllenhaal’s very funny introduction and Meryl’s even funnier speech. Enjoy the new videos!

  February 5th, 2012       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Four new videos have been added. Most importantly, Meryl has been a guest on yesterday’s “Huckabee” on FOX, promoting “The Iron Lady”. It’s a lenghty interview, so check it out. The full version has been snagged by dannix03, thanks :-) Then there are two entertainment reports on the AACTA Awards last week as well as a French interview, which aired on TF1News, last week as well.

Also, many additions have been made to the appearances galleries of 2012, including more pictures from the Golden Globe and SAG Awards as well as the most recent Theater Hall of Fame Induction. Most of the HQs have been sent in by my friend Roberta – thanks for them!

Appearances > 2012 > Theater Hall of Fame Induction
Appearances > 2012 > Screen Actors Guild Awards – After-Party
Appearances > 2012 > Screen Actors Guild Awards – Red Carpet
Appearances > 2012 > Golden Globe Awards – After-Party
Appearances > 2012 > Golden Globe Awards – Press Room
Appearances > 2012 > Golden Globe Awards – Show
Appearances > 2012 > Golden Globe Awards – Red Carpet
Appearances > 2012 > BAFTA L.A. Awards Season Tea-Party
Appearances > 2011 > Kennedy Center Honors – White House Reception

  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.