Congratulations to Meryl Streep for receiving an Academy Award nomination as Best Supporting Actress for “Into the Woods”. She shares the category with Patricia Arquette for “Boyhood”, Laura Dern for “Wild”, Keira Knightley for “The Imitation Game” and Emma Stone for “Birdman”. This is Meryl’s 19th Academy Award nomination and the fourth as Best Supporting Actress (after “Adaptation”, “The Deer Hunter” and winning for “Kramer vs. Kramer”). The Oscars are handed out on February 22, 2015.

A video with all memorable bits, including the Best Supporting Actress segment and the Best Picture presentation, has been added to the video archive. Screencaptures can be found in the image library. Also, a great batch of new pictures have been added as well, featuring Meryl with Amy Adams and Helen Mirren, with many thanks to Lindsey and Claudia.



Unfortunately, there’s not much material to add from yesterday’s Golden Globe Awards. Meryl skipped the red carpet, lost the Best Supporting Actress award to Patricia Arquette and, besides some audience action with Margaret Cho, took the stage briefly at the end to present the Best Picture award to “Boyhood”. Pictures have been added to the image library with many thanks to Claudia. Additionally, pictures from Disney’s Pre-Golden Globe Party and more from the AFI Awards and the Graham Norton taping have been posted as well, with many thanks to Lindsey.


Image Library – Public Appearances – 2015 – 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards – Show
Image Library – Public Appearances – 2015 – Disney’s Pre-Golden Globe Party
Image Library – Public Appearances – 2015 – 15th Annual AFI Awards
Image Library – Public Appearances – 2015 – Taping of “The Graham Norton Show”

Yesterday, Meryl has been among the many celebrity guests at the 15th Annual AFI Awards. Pictures from the event have been added to the image library.

Meryl Streep, Mark Ruffalo and James McAvoy have attended “The Graham Norton Show” in a taped appearance that aired yesterday night in the United Kingdom. Fresh off the London premiere for “Into the Woods”, Meryl talked about the film, some often-told stories (her “King Kong” audition) and shared a funny story on her first Golden Globe appearance in 1980. This was a surprise to hear as I was certain she hasn’t attended the ceremony until 1989 (hence the lack of pictures from any previous appearances), but maybe her story gives a good explanation why she didn’t want to have her picture taken back in 1980. The full appearance has been added to the video archive. It’s split in two parts due to its length, the second part can be watched here. Additionally, screencaptures from the show have been added as well.

Both the “Into the Woods” London photocall and premiere albums have been updated with hundreds of additional pictures, with many thanks to Claudia for her contributions. There are also additional making of screencaptures and a wonderful new on-set picture from “Into the Woods”. Screencaptures from the BBC Breakfast interview and the various Golden Globe interviews have been added as well. As always, check the full list below the previews.



Image Library – Public Appearances – 2015 – “Into the Woods” London Premiere
Image Library – Public Appearances – 2015 – “Into the Woods” London Photocall
Image Library – Career – Into the Woods – On-Set Pictures
Image Library – Career – Into the Woods – Making Of Screencaptures
Image Library – Television Appearances – 2010s – BBC Breakfast (January 08, 2015)
Image Library – Television Appearances – 2010s – Entertainment Tonight (January 15, 2012)
Image Library – Television Appearances – 2000s – Entertainment Tonight (January 16, 2007)
Image Library – Television Appearances – 2000s – Entertainment Tonight (January 19, 2003)
Image Library – Television Appearances – 2000s – Entertainment Tonight (January 23, 2000)
Image Library – Television Appearances – 2010s – Entertainment Tonight (January 24, 1999)

Lots of new video clips have been added to the archive, all being released over the past days to promote “Into the Woods” in the United Kingdom. There’s a new promotional interview, tv reports on Lorraine and BBC Breakfast and a new featurette entitled “The Magic of the Woods”. And you gotta love Entertainment Tonight for digging through their archives and screening some vintage interviews with Meryl at various Golden Globe ceremonies. In case you’ve ever wondered if Mary Hart’s remark on Meryl whipping out a flask was true, they got their proof – just watch her interview at the red carpet at the 2000 Golden Globe Awards. For a complete list of newly added videos, check the list below the previews.


Video Archive – Career – Into the Woods – Into the Woods – Interview 03
Video Archive – Public Appearances – Into the Woods – London Premiere (2015)
Video Archive – News Segments – 2010s – Lorraine (January 08, 2015)
Video Archive – News Segments – 2010s – BBC Breakfast (January 07, 2015)
Video Archive – News Segments – 2010s – Entertainment Tonight (January 08, 2015)
Video Archive – Miscellaneous – W Magazine – Great Performances (2015)
Video Archive – News Segments – 2010s – Entertainment Tonight (January 15, 2012)
Video Archive – News Segments – 2000s – Entertainment Tonight (January 19, 2003)
Video Archive – News Segments – 2000s – Entertainment Tonight (January 23, 2000)
Video Archive – News Segments – 1990s – Entertainment Tonight (January 24, 1999)
Video Archive – Career – Into the Woods – Into the Woods Featurette – The Magic of the Woods

Meryl Streep has been announced to present at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards this Sunday. She joins previously announced presenters including Amy Adams, Adrien Brody, Bryan Cranston, Robert Downey Jr., Colin Firth and many more. Meryl is also nominated in the Best Supporting Actress category for “Into the Woods”. Meanwhile – while I think that no nomination equals no news – the BAFTA nominations have been announced today, and while Meryl has not received a nomination, “Into the Woods” has received two nods for Costume Design (Coleen Atwood) and Make-up and Hair (Peter Swords King, J. Roy Helland), so congratulations to them. Thanks to everybody for the heads-up.