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    The Summers of Meryl Streep

    Meryl Streep can’t do much wrong in our book. Her newest film, Hope Springs, opened this past weekend on over 2,000 screens. A film that cost $30 million to make has now made over $20 million since its release. And it has garnered rave reviews for both Streep and Tommy Lee Jones.

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    Happy 100th Birthday Universal Pictures

    I get a ton of press releases.  Most of them I don't even read.  This week I got a release about the 100th anniversary of Universal Pictures that was made up of 100 fun facts. Not too many of the facts included women so I asked the press folks to give me some important facts regarding ...

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    Happy International Women's Day: Women in Film and TV (UK) Releases 2012 Power List

    Happy International Women's Day: Women in Film and TV (UK) Releases 2012 Power List

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    Behind the Scenes: Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher Arrives at 10 Downing Street

    It's kind of cool to hear about the creation of this scene. As Meryl Streep says: " Margaret Thatcher really did break ground because she showed a woman could be a leader." The film opens in the UK today and will roll out further here in the US next week.

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    Interview with Phyllida Lloyd - director of The Iron Lady

    Women and Hollywood: This is a very different biopic of a leader because it is of a female leader.  What about this films makes it different in terms of leadership?

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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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    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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