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Streep

A Dutch unit of length equivalent to one millimeter. It was adopted in 1817, soon after the establishment of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
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The actresses immediately snapped back, with Streep calling the citation of her remarks "pathetic and exploitive.
In a federal court in New York on Tuesday, Weinstein's lawyer had cited comments made by Streep, Lawrence and Gwyneth Paltrow meant to suggest that not every woman who ever worked with Weinstein was abused or had a negative experience.
When asked what kind of Streep fans will see in "Big Little Lies," Moriarty said that the one similar to her character in the "Devil Wears Prada.
In a note penned by Robert DeNiro, the actor wrote to Streep saying: "You, with your elegance and intelligence, have a powerful voice - one that inspires others to speak up as they should so their voices will be heard too.
Often dressed like a teacher or secretary, Streep draped herself in the role of the "pretty but not stuck-up prom queen.
While Eastwood has made appearances at Republican Party events, Streep gave a speech two weeks ago at the Democratic National Convention, underlining her support for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton while clad in an American flag blouse.
He managed to stay dry for the premiere as he was reunited with costar Streep, giving her a huge red carpet hug before they headed inside the Odeon.
Just further proof that the world would be a better place with Meryl Streep in charge.
Although not as impressive as Something's Gotta Give, Meyers' previous hit about love later in life, It's Complicated is a delightful two hours of laughter and self-reflection, and Streep proves herself to be not just one of the best dramatic actresses working today but fabulously adept at comedy too.
LOWELL -- Oscar-winning actress Meryl Streep is appearing at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell to speak to students and raise money for scholarships.
Meryl Streep Early life: Mary Louise Streep was born in Summit, New Jersey, on June 22, 1949.