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Meryl Streep

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    Oscar Front-Runner Streep to Accept Berlinale's Golden Bear Lifetime Achievement Award

    The Berlinale's honorary lifetime achievement award, the Golden Bear, will be given to "The Iron Lady"'s Meryl Streep on February 14. The Berlin fest's Dieter Kosslick calls Streep "a brilliant, versatile performer who moves with ease between dramatic and comedic roles."

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    Berlin Film Festival Will Honor Meryl Streep

    The 62nd Berlin International Film Festival has announced that Meryl Streep will receive an Honorary Golden Bear February 14. The ceremony will take place in conjunction with a screening of her latest work, "The Iron Lady," at the Berlinale Palast.

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    The Iron Lady

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    The Iron Lady—movie review

    It goes without saying that Meryl Streep is always worth watching; in the case of 'The Iron Lady', her uncanny performance as Margaret Thatcher is the best, and possibly only, reason to see this pallid biography. Screenwriter Abi Morgan does provide a primer on Thatcher’s remarkable rise from grocer...

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    Will The Iron Lady's Nasty Reviews Hurt Meryl Streep at the Oscars?

    Well, these are not the reviews Harvey Weinstein had in mind when he backed "The Iron Lady." So far the movie is scoring 64% on Rotten Tomatoes. Stateside critics are praising Meryl Streep's impeccable portrait of a much-revered and reviled British leader, while many question Phyllida Lloyd's direct...

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    Director Phyllida Lloyd Says She Thought Of 'The Iron Lady' As 'King Lear' For Girls

    Meryl Streep's latest film "The Iron Lady" -- in which she portrays Margaret Thatcher -- isn't without controversy, not least of which because she's playing one of the most polarizing figures of the 20th century.

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    Meryl Streep Feted at the Kennedy Center Honors

    Here are Meryl's friends and colleagues celebrating her work.

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    Review: 'The Iron Lady' Is A Shabby & Tin-Eared Standard-Issue Biopic

    Starring two time winner and multiple-Oscar nominee Meryl Streep as British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, "The Iron Lady" will be watched across broad ideological divides; Thatcher was (and is) an icon to the Right, while she was (and is) demonized and disparaged by the Left. The film's also bei...

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    Media Update: Streep vs. Davis Interviews, Fincher, Mara, Pitt and Hill Do Charlie Rose, Masters vs. Damon

    Meryl Streep charmed Morley Safer and viewers on "60 Minutes" (video below) and appears on the cover of Newsweek as the race for Best Actress shifts into high gear. It's hers to lose after 16 nominations and two wins, for "Sophie's Choice" and "Kramer vs. Kramer"...

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    Meryl on the Narrowing of the Film Audience

    There are not many people who can get away with saying that the film business has basically thrown away everyone except for teenage boys, but that's exactly what Meryl Streep did last night on 60 Minutes.

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