To wrap up the 4th edition of the Rome International Film Festival, pictures of Meryl at yesterday’s official awards ceremony have been added to the Image Library. She once again took the stage to receive the Marc’ Aurelio Acting Award. The Danish film “Brotherhood” won the Best Picture prize, Sergio Castellitto was voted Best Actor for “Alza La Testa”. And British actress Helen Mirren was voted Best Actress for “The Last Station” (some may remember that Meryl was originally cast in this role but left due to schedule conflicts).  Enjoy the pictures!


Actress Hilary Swank has won two Oscars for her performances in “Boys Don’t Cry” and “Million Dollar Baby” and is most certainly entering this year’s awards season with her performance as Amelia Earhart. In an interview with Moviefone, she was asked about her acting rolemodels.

You’ve had a pretty amazing career, but is there anyone’s career that you look to as an inspiration?

It’s probably cliché at this point, but Meryl Streep is someone who not only continues to raise her own bar, and she’s time and time again extraordinary … she carries herself with such grace and she’s a girl’s girl, she’s very supportive of other women, and her work ethic is inspiring. She runs the gamut of doing dramatic and mainstream movies. You know, she fluctuates back and forth so easily and fluently. We’re entertainers, and that’s what a full career is supposed to be filled with, so I think she’s just extraordinary in every way.

Today, Meryl was honored with the Marcus Aurelius award at the Rome International Film Festival. Pictures from the ceremony, as well as additional pictures from the “Julie & Julia” premiere and the “Meryl Streep Masterclass” interview session that took place right after the premiere, have been added to the Image Library. Meryl has also attended the festival’s awards ceremony a couple of hours ago, so check back for more!


Meryl has arrived in Italy today for the 4th Rome International Film Festival. She has attended the photocall for “Julie & Julia”, an interview session, and, just a few hours ago, the gala premiere for the film. Over 150 pictures have been added to the Image Library with much more to follow.



Join visionary director Wes Anderson as he and actors Meryl Streep and Jason Schwartzman discuss their new animated film, “Fantastic Mr. Fox,” based on renowned author Roald Dahl’s classic book, at the Apple Store in SoHo on November 11, 7:00 p.m. Anderson utilized classic handmade stop motion techniques to tell the story from the best-selling children’s book. 20th Century Fox will release “Fantastic Mr. Fox” in theaters on November 13. Visit Apple’s official website for more information. Many thanks to Jessica for the heads-up!

The People’s Choice Awards have announced the nominee selections where users can vote for their favorite movie stars – the five people with the most votes in each category will become the official nominees for the 2010 People’s Choice Awards. And since Meryl is listed as one of the Year’s Favorite Movie Actresses, alongside Amy Adams, Anne Hathaway, Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Aniston and Julia Roberts, among others, this is your chance to cast your vote and make Meryl an official 2010 nominee. Visit their official website to participate.

Yesterday, Meryl Streep and Kevin Kline lead the cast of “Courage in Concert” – a benefit performance of music from Brecht’s Mother Courage and Her Children. Joining principal cast members Jenifer Lewis, Austin Pendleton and Frederick Weller for the benefit were the cast members from the Tony-winning revival of Hair as well as Daniel Craig, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Linda Emond and Mike Nichols. The evening served as a benefit for the American Jewish World Service and Partners In Health, both of which aim to improve the well-being of people in impoverished communities around the world. Pictures can be found in the Image Library.

Added 20+ new film clips to the video archive, all of them are new to the site. The clips range from the very beginning with television performances in “The Deadliest Season”, “Uncommon Women and Others” and “Holocaust” to her classic scenes in “The French Lieutenant’s Woman”, “Plenty”, “Out of Africa”, “Death Becomes Her” and “Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events”. Enjoy the new additions! 


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