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The second year of the Corona virus pandemic remained quiet for the entertainment industry. The filming of “Don’t Look Up” wrapped in February 2021 under heavy safety protocols. Meryl Streep was seen virtually throughout the year in video appearances for Donor Direct Action, Writers Guild Initiative Virtual Benefit Gala, the 18th Annual Poetry & The Creative Mind and the “Spotlight On Plays” virtual benefit series with a reading of “Dear Elizabeth” alongside Kevin Kline. In June, she joined the cast and crew of “The Devil Wears Prada” for the film’s 15th anniversary virtual celebration hosted by Entertainment Weekly. Meryl made her first public appearance in almost two years in December, when the promotional tour for “Don’t Look Up” commenced in New York with a string of press conferences and Q&As. The film – released theatrically on December 10 and on Netflix December 24 – received mixed reviews, being called “the funniest and yet most depressing film of the year” (The San Francisco Chronicle). It was featured on the Top 10 best films list of the American Film Institute and the National Board of Review.