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Today brings a massive update of magazine scans in the photo gallery, ranging from 1979 to 2015 and covering pretty much everything from the press coverage on “Kramer vs. Kramer” to the latest articles on “Suffragette”. About 50 magazines have been added with a good 150 pages. Many thanks to my friend Alvaro for finding all these and sending them my way. Very appreciated! For a complete list of all updated albums, have a look below the previews. Enjoy.
And on we go with the second batch of magazine scans, including the “controversial” Time Out London cover and a recent cover on Woman and Home. All scans were submitted by my friend Alvaro. As a frequent visitor, you have probably read his name in every magazines update. This is because he has been contributing recent and rare material to Simply Streep for the past 10 years. The site wouldn’t be nowhere near as complete as it is today, and I couldn’t be more thankful. So cheers to Alvaro, and enjoy all the new scans!
Today, over 20 new magazines have been added to the photo gallery, coming from all over the world (Sweden, Czech Republic, Poland, Brasil, Spain, among others) and covering the international releases of “Ricki and the Flash” and “Suffragette”. For a better overview, the magazines update is split into two, so check the next update for more. I’d like to thank Marcela, Barbara and Tereza for their generous contributions of the Czech and Polish scans. Very appreciated.
More magazine scans ranging from August 2015 to October 2015 have been added to the photo gallery. Articles are coming from the United Kingdom, with many thanks to Alvaro, Turkey, many thanks to Yucel and Italy, many thanks to Simona. To launch all latest scans, click any of the previews below. As the promotion for “Suffragette” is just starting, prepare for more great cover stories and scans to follow. If you find any articles, feel free to guide them my way.
Even more scans from various magazines, featuring articles, interviews and reviews for “Ricki and the Flash”, have been added to the photo gallery, including cover stories from the Sunday Times Magazine and the Australian Yours Magazine. As always, many thanks to Alvaro for sending them in. Also, many thanks to Simona for sending in the Grazia scans. Very appreciated. Enjoy reading.
A new batch of magazines scans, all related to the August release of “Ricki and the Flash”, have been added to the photo gallery. The new additions come from various Entertainment Weekly’s, Variety, Time Out and the Sunday Times Culture (great cover, if anyone has the article, think of me :-) There’s also an article on the upcoming “Suffragette” in the latest Entertainment Weekly, which has been added as well. Many thanks to Alvaro for sending these in. Enjoy reading.
While adding scans from Parade Magazine, I stumbled upon two other scans I have received and forgot to add, my bad. Here’s Meryl in the June 22 issue of the British Hello magazine and a feature from Time Magazine’s July issue. Many thanks to my friend Alvaro for sending them in.
Meryl Streep and Kevin Kline grace the cover of Parade Magazine’s July 26 issue. Scans have been added to the photo gallery. Streep and Kline’s latest collaboration, Ricki and the Flash, is a musically infused rock ’n’ roll drama from Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme (The Silence of the Lambs, Philadelphia). Streep is Ricki, a guitar-strumming bohemian who left her family to pursue musical stardom in a band, while Kline is Pete, her ex-husband, who stayed behind and finished the job of raising their three kids. The film features energetic performances from Ricki and her band, the Flash, in which Streep strums and sings alongside her onscreen lover, played by ’80s pop hit-maker Rick Springfield. The heart of the film, however, is a story about family, which Ricki is unable to reconcile with her rock ’n’ roll dream.
More Magazine has scored what they call “the interview of a lifetime”. When Meryl Streep visited the White House for an intimate conversation with First Lady Michelle Obama, they dug deep into the topics that accomplished women talk, worry and wonder about – Power. Passions. Work. Mothers. And Sting. Excerpts from the interview can be read on More’s website. Read the full article in the July/August 2015 issue, on newsstands June 23. Scans have been added to the photo gallery, with many thanks to Joan!
Entertainment Weekly’s April 17 issue features a look at the Summer movies to look forward to – including the Jonathan Demme directed “Ricki and the Flash”, starring Meryl Streep and Mamie Gummer. Besides a nice article on the film that includes interviews with Demme and Gummer, a new picture of Meryl as Ricki Randazzo is featured as well. Both the magazine page and the production still can be found in the image library, with many thanks to Claudia.