Meryl Streep

DiCaprio “just views Meryl as film royalty," said director Adam McKay.
Streep apparently thought a sweet nickname from her "Don't Look Up" costars meant something else entirely.
Jimmy Fallon put the "Saturday Night Live" star through a lightning round of dead-on impersonations.
Due out Dec. 10, the dark comedy stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence as astronomers out to warn the world about an apocalyptic threat.
In a tweet, Stone doubled down on the point about Streep — and Hollywood in general — she already made.
"Quite frankly, there are other actresses equally as talented as Meryl Streep," Stone said in an interview published last month.
The actor and her husband, Don Gummer, have four children — Henry, Mamie, Grace and Louisa.
"I May Destroy You," "Da 5 Bloods" and a handful of buzzed-about TV series, films and performances were sadly ignored this year.
After many delays and COVID-related hiccups, awards season is officially here.
Food stylists' wizardry brings memorable culinary moments to life, from Brad Pitt's lollipops to Meryl Streep's ducks.
The streaming giant dropped footage from highly anticipated projects like "Army of the Dead," "Red Notice," "Don't Look Up" and "The Woman in the Window."
The Oscar-winner's tale about getting Nixon's autograph prompted Colbert to recall receiving a bizarre book from the disgraced president.
For the charming young actor, who appears in the new movies "Let Them All Talk" and "French Exit," navigating fame has become a balancing act.
The Oscar-winning actor set the record straight during an interview with Stephen Colbert.
The Academy of Motion Arts and Sciences is still planning to hold the 2021 Oscars in person at the Dolby Theatre.
"She was so good that we used her first take," director Ryan Murphy said of her performance.
Netflix's queer-themed movie musical also stars James Corden, Nicole Kidman and Andrew Rannells. It debuts on the streaming service Dec. 11.
Ryan Murphy's film version of the Broadway musical also stars Nicole Kidman and Andrew Rannells, and is due out Dec. 11.
The three-time Oscar winner crooned "The Ladies Who Lunch" with pals Christine Baranski and Audra McDonald while chugging cocktails and wearing bathrobes.
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