The sketch began when Streep took to the stage first, alone, and told the audience that she had forgotten her glasses and the envelope which contained this year’s winner's list. Following that cue, Hathaway and Blunt then appeared on the stage to hand Streep her missing items, a nod to their roles as assistants to Miranda Priestly (Streep) in the film “The Devil Wears Prada”.
Renowned actress Meryl Streep is confirmed to return for the fourth season of Hulu's hit murder-mystery comedy, "Only Murders in the Building”. Streep, a three-time Oscar winner, will reprise her role as Loretta Durkin, the love interest of Martin Short's character, Oliver Putnam.
Renowned actress Meryl Streep expressed gratitude and admiration for the creative force behind the movie “Barbie” during her appearance at the Palm Springs Film Awards. Streep, while presenting the International Star Award (Actress) to Carey Mulligan for her role in “Maestro”, lauded the “Barbie” team for their remarkable contribution to the cinematic landscape.
The multiple Oscar winner Meryl Street set a new record, surpassing her own, as the most-nominated actor in Golden Globes history
The glittering Hollywood event of the year, the 2023 Academy Museum Gala, witnessed an array of luminaries including Bollywood icon Deepika Padukone, singers Selena Gomez and Dua Lipa, and esteemed Hollywood personalities like Natalie Portman and Meryl Streep.
Meryl Streep and sculptor Don Gummer have reached the end of their four-decade-long marriage. The couple, who had been married since 1978, separated more than six years ago.
Jimmy Choo is a favourite among world’s fashionistas.The co-founder of world-class shoe brand named after him—whose high-profile client list includes late princess Diana, actress Meryl Streep, US first lady Michelle Obama—would rather be called his Chinese name Zhou Yangjie.
The "Power of Women" event hosted by trade magazine Variety saw the fight for gender equality in Hollywood take center stage with Salma Hayek and Gwyneth Paltrow.
“India's Daughter”, a documentary banned by the Indian government, saw its US premiere at a star-studded New York event that includes Meryl Streep and Indian actress Freida Pinto.