When you think of a Hollywood gladiator, there is only one name that comes to mind. Meryl Streep is undoubtedly the most acclaimed actress of (our/my) lifetime. Her awards and nominations are unmatched (holds the record for most Academy Award nominations of any actor) with 26 Golden Globe nominations (won eight), 17 Academy Award nominations (previously won two) along with countless accolades. Her recent win at the 84th Annual Academy Awards marks Streep’s third Best Actress win 30 years!
We adore Meryl Streep, her versatility and long-lasting dominance in the industry. To honor lady Streep on her newest statue, we are taking a look at her long line of work with amazing interiors. We all have a favorite Meryl movie that has a set that inspires us as much as her gift of acting. Take a tour with us on the memorable set designs of Meryl Streep movies. Do you have a favorite?
10 Memorable Interiors from Meryl Streep Films
1.) It’s Complicated (2009, Universal Pictures) – When attending their son’s college graduation, a couple reignite the spark in their relationship…but the complicated fact is they’re divorced and he’s remarried.
2.) Mamma Mia (2008, Universal Pictures) – The story of a bride-to-be trying to find her real father told using hit songs by the popular ’70s group ABBA.
3.) Out of Africa (1985, Mirage Enterprises) – In 20th century colonial Kenya, a Danish baroness/plantation owner has a passionate but ultimately doomed love affair with a free-sprited big-game hunter.
4.) The Devil Wears Prada (2006, Twentieth Century Fox) – A naive young woman comes to New York and scores a job as the assistant to one of the city’s biggest magazine editors, the ruthless and cynical Miranda Priestly.
5.) Julie & Julia (2009, Columbia Pictures) – Julia Child’s story of her start in the cooking profession is intertwined with blogger Julie Powell’s 2002 challenge to cook all the recipes in Child’s first book.
6.) The Bridges of Madison County (1995, Warner Bros. Pictures) – Photographer Robert Kincaid wanders into the life of housewife Francesca Johnson, for four days in the 1960s.
7.) Sophie’s Choice (1982, Incorporated Television Company) – Sophie is the survivor of Nazi concentration camps, who has found a reason to live in Nathan, a sparkling if unsteady American Jew obsessed with the Holocaust…
8.) Doubt (2008, Miramax) – In a Bronx Catholic school in 1964 a popular priest’s ambiguous relationship with a troubled 12 year old black student is questioned by the school’s principal.
9.) The Hours (2002, Paramount Pictures) – The story of how the novel “Mrs. Dalloway” affects three generations of women, all of whom, in one way or another, have had to deal with suicide in their lives.
10.) The Iron Lady (2011, Film4) – A look at the life of Margaret Thatcher, the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, with a focus on the price she paid for power.
all movie synopsis from imdb.com
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