Imagine we lived in an alternate universe in which everything was exactly the same as in this one, except that, The Devil Wears Prada—an arguably perfect film in this universe—contained the above deleted scene. In that universe, the film would have a very different legacy.
Baby Boom star Diane Keaton was on Jimmy Kimmel Live! this week to talk about her recent AFI tribute, which was attended by plenty of famous people Keaton is familiar with, but few she feels comfortable calling her friends. “I don’t really have any friends,” she told Kimmel. “Not one.”
Proving once again that she truly becomes all of her characters, Meryl Streep showed up to her good pal Diane Keaton’s AFI tribute Thursday night in full DK drag.
Mamma Mia! The Movie, like so many other films of its (low) caliber, boasts both an excellent cast and a hefty box office return. So, of course, a sequel is in the works.
Behold this gift bestowed to us by one shrewd photographer! You see before you the glorious Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda on the set of their forthcoming film, Mary Poppins Returns.
A day after issuing a scorching statement about Karl Lagerfeld’s sort-of apology for accusing her of wanting to be paid to wear a Chanel dress at the Oscars, Meryl Streep showed up to the awards show wearing a blue beaded custom Elie Saab gown.
Some days I look at the young, fresh-faced, curmudgeonly child in the photo above and wonder: how is it possible that she is now 367 years old? Then I remember Donald Trump is president and people still don’t know how to use shade correctly. Life is long and it’s even longer when everybody has lost their goddamn mind.
The legendary trolls over at Madam Tussauds House of Horrors unveiled their latest wax disaster on Thursday: a statue of Meryl Streep at the 2012 Oscars, when she surprised everyone by taking home Best Actress for her Margaret Thatcher drag in The Iron Lady. While I can’t confirm or deny Karl Lagerfeld’s recent…
Let me be frank with you for a moment. I was disappointed by the past three days of celebrity gossip. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday morning’s Dirt Bag columns didn’t excite me because, by and large, famous people have been keeping their cool. But—like they say about the weather in New England—if you don’t like…
Meryl Streep took the stage on Sunday to accept the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement award at the Golden Globes, and used the opportunity to not only say what a piece of garbage Donald Trump is, but to express her support of the free press. Her support has inspired the support of many.
Meryl Streep was presented with the Golden Globes’s Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement award on Sunday night, and took the opportunity to encourage everyone to support the free press and commit themselves to compassion and empathy. This did not sit well with the Trump camp.
Meryl Streep was presented with the Golden Globes’s Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement award in a scene-stealing introduction by Viola Davis Sunday. In a long speech, Streep spoke out for “the most vilified segments in American society right now” and praised her colleagues for their “compassionate” performances.…
The private memorial service for Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds (planned by Todd Fisher and Billie Lourd) was Thursday night at “the family compound in the Coldwater Canyon area” of Los Angeles.
Viola Davis was honored today with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and I hope you’ll join me in saying: it’s about goddamn time.
Meryl Streep just called the friendly Connecticut shelf builder she singlehandedly keeps in business and asked him for “the usual,” because she’s gone and won herself another major award. The Human Rights Campaign announced this week that they will be giving Streep the Ally for Equality Award for “[using] her voice to…
Just like Aunt Sheila, who dabbles in ceramics and leaves her wet tea bags on the side table instead of in the garbage where they belong, Meryl Streep just learned that sexting and Snapchat are two entirely different things.
Disney continues to round out the cast of Mary Poppins Returns: Meryl Streep is reportedly “in talks” to pile onto the project with Emily Blunt and Lin Manuel-Miranda.
Dorothy Rodham was born on the same day that the 19th amendment—which, as a reminder, guaranteed women the right to vote—was ratified by the United States. She died in 2011, before she could see her daughter successfully run her second presidential campaign. Her story was meant to be shown to Hillary’s supporters, but…
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…