Meryl, Anne, and Emily Chatted About The Devil Wears Prada's 10th Anniversary. That's All

When I saw this headline, I zipped my cursor over and clicked faster than you can run into the kitchen and scream, “There’s like $8 of Jarlsberg in there!” The Devil Wears Prada is 10 years old, we’re all ancient, and its three lead cast members (Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway, and Emily Blunt) spoke with Variety to mark…

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Vanity Fair Cover Story: The Set of Kramer vs. Kramer Was Basically 'Streep vs. Hoffman'

The cover story of April’s Vanity Fair, adapted from Michael Schulman’s upcoming biography of Meryl Streep, recounts the tumultuous production of Kramer vs. Kramer, the 1979 film that made Streep a star. The journey from casting to the Oscar stage was quite a ride, and Schulman’s piece details her struggles with the…

Meryl Streep Is a 'Humanist' Not a Feminist So I Guess Words Don't Have Meaning Anymore 

Meryl Streep is currently promoting her new movie Suffragette in which she plays Emmeline Pankhurst, the British activist who was instrumental in earning women the right to vote. In early September, Streep sent a package to each member of Congress urging him or her to support the Equal Rights Amendment, which would…

Meryl Streep's Ricki and the Flash Will Do Great on the Bar Circuit

After viewing the trailer for Ricki and the Flash, you’ll learn two things: 1. Meryl Streep can sing, and 2. the entire plot of Ricki and the Flash. More than any movie in recent memory, its trailer goes through every major beat in the story—down to the rousing finale. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

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Remember When Emma Stone Sang "Bitch" on a Partridge Family Reality Show?

The 20 stars nominated for Academy Awards this year represent some of the most talented (or, anyway, famous) actors on screen today. At one point, however, they were slack-jawed, blank-eyed, no-name novices. They’d probably like to forget their often humiliating early work, but thanks to the magic of technology, they…