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Meryl Streep

  1. Things We Saw Today: The Best Magneto Cosplay Ever

    Perfection.

    The spoon. THE SPOOOOOOOOOON.

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  2. Animated Interview of Meryl Streep Discussing Beauty Standards

    Tl;dr: she's perfect, and maybe we all are, too.

    PBS Digital Studios made this incredible animated video as part of their Blank on Blank series, to illustrate the Goddess' meditations on physical appearance, communication, and why she continues to act.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Character Posters For The Giver

    Things We Saw Today

    I remain cautious about the film, but I've got to say -- that's a striking poster. (via Entertainment Weekly)

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  4. Billy Eichner Shows His Love for Meryl Streep by Gathering All Her Different Characters for an Insane Game

    MORE CHICKEN FOR TUCCI!

    Meryl-Go-Round is probably the most completely insane Billy on the Street event yet. It starts out with his regular, hilarious running and yelling on the street and culminates in all the different Meryls piling into a carnival ride to answer questions while trying not to hurl—except you, Margaret Thatcher. You stay in that coffin!

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  5. Things We Saw Today: Schmexy Star Trek Body Pillows

    Things We Saw Today

    Hey, remember that Loki/Thor cuddle blanket? Here's another thing kinda like that. For sale by IdentityProductions on Etsy. (via Creepbay)

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Blink and Kitty Get Days of Future Past Posters

    Things We Saw Today

    Yeah yeah, and Colossus and Iceman, too. Question: Is Colossus' metallic skin, as depicted in this poster, a bigger or worse special effects fail than Emma Frost's diamond form in First Class? (SuperHeroHype)

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  7. Thor, Gale, Meryl Streep, and Tom Hanks Star In the Epic, The Groundbreaking… Bitman Begins

    the internet is serious business

    Jimmy Kimmel, as is his wont, took to his late night show to have some post-Oscar fun. This year he enlisted the help of celebrities to dramatize that most enduring, most highbrow of subjects: The Internet meme. There’s David After Dentist (starring Joseph Gordon Levitt), Ain’t nobody got time for that (with Queen Latifah), and …I don’t want to ruin it, but Gary Oldman is there. But Bitman Begins is our favorite, because superheroes. Hit the jump for a behind-the-scenes video in which Meryl Streep talks working with the Hemsworth brothers. Update: YouTube appears to be giving some people trouble. Sorry if you're affected. Hopefully everything will be back to normal soon.

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  8. Meryl Streep In Talks For Lady-Created, -Directed Historical Suffragette Movie, Because of Course

    I'll Allow It

    Meryl Streep might be in final negotiations to join Suffragette in the small but important role of Emmeline Pankhurst.

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  9. Things We Saw Today: The Internet’s Definitive Picture of Hugh Jackman with a Mullet

    Things We Saw Today

    For now, at least. This was taken on day one of Hugh Jackman filming Neill Blomkamp’s Chappie. We could have an entire movie of mulleted Wolverine coming up. I’m frightened. (io9)

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  10. Meryl Streep Takes Walt Disney To Task In Emma Thompson Speech

    "Some of his associates reported that Walt Disney didn’t really like women,” she began. “There is a piece of received wisdom that says that the most creative people are often odd or irritating, eccentric, damaged, difficult; that along with enormous creativity comes certain deficits in humanity or decency. We are familiar with this trope in our business: Mozart, Van GoghTarantino, Eminem. Ezra Pound said, ‘I have not anyone worth a damn who was not irascible.’ Well I have: Emma Thompson. Not only is she not irascible, she’s practically a saint...Streep then couldn’t resist returning to Disney the man: “Disney, who brought joy arguably to billions of people was, perhaps, or had some racist proclivities. He formed and supported an anti-Semitic industry lobbying group and he was certainly, on the evidence of his company’s policies, a gender bigot,” she said, before reading an actual 1938 letter from Disney rejecting a female applicant to the animation trainee program. “When I saw the film, I could just imagine Walt Disney’s chagrin at having to cultivate P.L. Travers’ favor for the 20 years that it took to secure the rights to her work. It must have killed him to encounter in a woman an equally disdainful and superior creature, a person dismissive of his own considerable gifts and prodigious output and imagination.” - Entertainment Weekly reporting on Meryl Streep's speech on Emma Thompson at the National Board of Review dinner. Variety cited a line from that letter...

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