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Meryl Streep

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  • Even a beleaguered president loves the perks of office

    With President Barack Obama giddily professing his love for Meryl Streep as he fastened the Presidential Medal of Freedom around the famous actress's neck, we wondered what other perks of office this president enjoys. The news has been so wretched...
  • Chris Pine, on 'Ellen,' confirms he's handsome, can sing and is single

    Chris Pine, on 'Ellen,' confirms he's handsome, can sing and is single
    Chris Pine is a single man -- rejoice, Pine Nuts! The "Horrible Bosses 2" and "Into the Woods" actor confirmed his relationship status on Wednesday's episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." Host DeGeneres put the blue-eyed star on the spot during his...
  • Ann McFeatters: Even a beleaguered president loves the perks of office

    WASHINGTON With President Obama giddily professing his love for Meryl Streep as he fastened the Medal of Freedom around the famous actress's neck, we wondered what other perks of office this president enjoys. The news has been so wretched lately and...
  • Gifts for the binge watcher: DVDs and Blu-Ray ideas for the holidays

    Gifts for the binge watcher: DVDs and Blu-Ray ideas for the holidays
    What to give that binge-watcher on your holiday list? Gifts of Blu-ray or DVDs will help fans catch up on the most-buzzed-about television programs these days. Consider: •"The Roosevelts: An Intimate History" is one of Ken Burns' best. The 14-...
  • John C. Reilly Joins Thomas Bidegain's 'Les Cowboys' (EXCLUSIVE)

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - PARIS -- John C. Reilly has joined the cast of "Les Cowboys," the anticipated feature debut of Thomas Bidegain, the critically-hailed screenwriter of "Rust and Bone" and "A Prophet." Reilly will play opposite French newcomer...
  • Why the Oscars Need More Movies Like 'Hunger Games: Mockingjay'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Ever since the Oscars snubbed Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight" for best picture in 2009, the Academy has tried to dodge accusations of elitism. The argument goes that Oscars voters, made up of a bloc of 6,028 Hollywood...
  • Uma Thurman to Host a Star-Studded Gotham Awards

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The Gotham Independent Film Awards will benefit from an unprecendented dosage of star power during its annual dinner at Cipriani Wall Street on Monday. The celebration of arthouse films has tapped Uma Thurman as its host,...
  • First African-American to play professional golf, others honored with Medal of Freedom

    WASHINGTON Charles Sifford withstood a torrent of racial slurs and death threats more than five decades ago to break the color barrier in professional golf, becoming the first African-American to earn a PGA tour card. On Monday, a beaming Sifford sat...
  • Abner Mikva given nation's highest civilian honor

     Abner Mikva given nation's highest civilian honor
    President Barack Obama on Monday bestowed the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor, to 18 recipients including Meryl Streep, Stevie Wonder and Chicago's Abner Mikva. Mikva, 88, a former Democratic congressman and federal...
  • Disney's 'Into the Woods' Enters Awards Season on High Note

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Though "Into the Woods" debuted in 1986, it's "a fairy tale for the post-9/11 generation," said director Rob Marshall at a Q&A in New York after a screening of the film Saturday. The panel session took place at the DGA Theater...
  • Some of the year's best films are heading our way

    Why does Hollywood always save most of its best movies for last? To get closer to the time when Oscar ballots are due. That's why we're in for an uptick in quality between now and January at the multiplex, although there will still be plenty of simple...