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The Simply Streep Archives has gathered details on all of Meryl Streep's feature films, television, theatre and voice narration, and also features an extensive library of articles, photographs and video clips. You can browse the collection by Ms. Streep's career or through a year-by-year summary.
Dec 16
2002

Meryl Streep received a nomination for Best Supporting Actress for “Adaptation” together with Kathy Bates for “About Schmidt” and Catherine Zeta Jones for “Chicago”. “The Hours” received nods for Best Picture, Nicole Kidman, Best Actin Ensemble, “Adaptation” was mentioned with nods for Best Picture, Chris Cooper and Best Writing. Winners will be announced at the Critics’ Choice Awards gala on January 17, 2003

Dec 15
2002

“The Hours” was named Best Movie of the Year by the National Board of Review, which also named Chris Cooper Best Supporting Actor for “Adaptation”. Julianne Moore was announced as Best Actress for “The Hours” (tying with her performance in “Far From Heaven”) by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards, Chris Cooper also won.

Dec 05
2002

The National Board of Review chose “The Hours” as best movie of the year, this wednesday. Julianne Moore also won as Best Actress for “Far From Heaven”, Chris Cooper won Best Supporting Actor for “The Hours”. With this beginning of the 2003 award season, the Golden Globe nominations will be announced December 19.

Oct 10
2002

Yesterday was a first official screening of Sony’s “Adaptation” in New York. Meryl Streep attended with guests including Kevin Kline and Parker Posey. “Adaptation” releases this christmas

Aug 10
2002

“The Hours,” expected to be one of the biggest crowd-pullers in the 59th Venice film festival at the end of this month, was pulled off the bill on Friday due to delays in post-production, organizers said. “The producer, Miramax, said that they still had to complete technical modifications… and it won’t be ready in time,” a spokeswoman for the festival said.

Jul 31
2002

EOnline has reported today that “The Hours” will have it’s world premiere at the Venice Film Festival, which will open it’s doors on Augut 29, 2002.

Apr 30
2002

Great news! Meryl has been nominated for a 2001 Drama Desk Award for her performance in ‘The Seagull’ along with Robin Bartlett (Everett Beekin), Lindsey Duncan (Private Lives), Anna Paquin (The Glory of Living), Mercedes Ruehl (The Goat) and Sarah Jessica Parker (Wonder of the World). “The Seagull” is also nominated for Best Revial. The Drama Desk Awards ceremony will be held 9 PM May 19 at the F.H. LaGuardia Concert Hall at Lincoln Center.

Apr 12
2002

After reporting about this project last year, the production has now started with an all-star-cast: Al Pacino, Meryl Streep, Emma Thompson and Mary-Louise Parker are going to play the leads in this six-hour miniseries for HBO. Mike Nichols directs. “Angels in America” will premiere in early 2003.

Sep 21
2001

Hollywood.com reported that ten years after it became a sensation on Broadway, Tony Kushner’s Pulitzer Prize-winning gay-themed play Angels in America, May be coming to television as an HBO miniseries starring Al Pacino and Meryl Streep and directed by Mike Nichols, the New York Post reported Friday, citing a person close to the project. The project will be a joint production between HBO and A venue Pictures and would be aired as six one-hour episodes, the newspaper said.

Sep 06
2001

Nicolas Cage has agreed to take a starring role in the movie ‘Adaptation’, and now Variety reports that serial Oscar nominee and two-time winner Meryl Streep has joined him. Adaptation, which is being characterized as a dark comedy along the lines of Malkovich, tracks the struggles of the screenwriter Charlie Kaufmann to draft a script based on sometime New Yorker essayist Susan Orlean’s The Orchid Thief. Cage will play Kaufmann, Streep is considering playing the part of Orlean.