Lots of new clips have been added to the video archive – mostly television reports on the premieres of “Julie & Julia”, a segment on Meryl to celebrate her 60th birthday by The Today Show, a very interesting excerpt from the Times Talks “Julie & Julia” conversation and – a very rare find – an excerpt from an interview that Meryl gave the Australian Sixty Minutes in 1983 to promote “Sophie’s Choice”. Enjoy the new clips!
Video Archive > News Segments > 2009 > Entertainment Tonight (July 30, 2009)
Video Archive > News Segments > 2009 > Entertainment Tonight (July 28, 2009)
Video Archive > News Segments > 2009 > Extra (July 28, 2009)
Video Archive > News Segments > 2009 > Access Hollywood (July 28, 2009)
Video Archive > News Segments > 2009 > BBC Talking Movies (July 28, 2009)
Video Archive > News Segments > 2009 > Times Talks “Julie & Julia” (July 25, 2009)
Video Archive > News Segments > 2009 > The Today Show Australia (June 22, 2009)
Video Archive > News Segments > 1983 > Sixty Minutes (April 03, 1983)
There’s literally hundreds of new pictures today – more additions to the Los Angeles “Julie & Julia” premiere, as well as its press conference. Then, the New York premiere for the film was celebrated yesterday. Further, Meryl has attended the premiere of “Taking Woodstock”, Ang Lee’s new film that co-stars her daughter, Mamie Gummer, and pictures of her taping of CBS’ “The Early Show” on June 30, to be broadcast – probably – next week. Enjoy the new pictures!
Image Library > Appearances > 2009 > “Julie & Julia” Premiere (Los Angeles)
Image Library > Appearances > 2009 > “Julie & Julia” Press Conference (Los Angeles)
Image Library > Appearances > 2009 > Taping of CBS’ “The Early Show”, July 30
Image Library > Appearances > 2009 > “Taking Woodstock” Premiere
Image Library > Appearances > 2009 > “Julie & Julia” Premiere (New York)
Meryl will be also attending the Early Show, probably in its tomorrow edition as the interview was taped today at the CBS studios. Thanks to Tina for the heads-up! A preview image can be found below.
Speaking of talkshows, Meryl has also been announced to attend The Colbert Report on August 6. Her last appearance on this show got cancelled, so fingers crossed this time!
Meryl Streep will be attending Good Morning America next Monday, August 3rd. GMA’s website has put up a special site on Julia Child, featuring recent promotion for the film as well as rare clips of the real Julia and her shows, so be sure to check it out! And check back on Tuesday for GMA captures and clips!
Cinematical has been handed 10 pairs of tickets to a super secret advanced screening of Julie & Julia in New York City on Monday, August 3rd. As with our other ticket contests, all you need to do is leave us a comment telling us why you’d like to go see Julie and Julia in New York City on Monday, August 3rd. You have until Thursday July 30th at 5pm to enter a comment. We’ll then randomly choose 10 commenters, and each will receive one pair of tickets to the screening. In order to enter, you will need to live in and around the New York City area, and you will also need to provide your own transportation to and from the theater.
The contest can be entered on Cinematical here. Good luck! :-)
You can now watch Meryl’s appearance on the Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien.
It’s a really great interview with a new scene from “Julie & Julia”, known but funny anecdotes from the filming of “Out of Africa”. Meryl also brought along the birthday present she has received from her acting pal Joe Grifasi. Enjoy the clip! Thanks to Tina for guiding the video to me!Additionally, you can also flip through high quality captures from the interview in the Image Library.
London Film Festival organizers say this year’s event will open with the world premiere of Wes Anderson’s animated feature “Fantastic Mr. Fox.” The stop-motion animated film is based on Roald Dahl’s children’s book about a community of burrowing animals who battle a trio of evil farmers. It features the voices of George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Bill Murray and Michael Gambon. Anderson said Monday he was happy the movie was making its debut in Britain. It was shot at London’s Three Mills Studios and features several British actors. The 53rd London Film Festival runs Oct. 14-29. “Fantastic Mr. Fox” opens in Britain on Oct. 23 and in the U.S. on Nov. 13.