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While the roles couldn't be further from each other on the pop culture spectrum, the talents are both immense. Meryl Streep won a Best Actress Oscar for her turn as Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady and Michelle Williams who played Marilyn Monroe in My Week with Marilyn won a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy for that role. Enter for a chance to win one of five 2 DVD prize packages featuring both movies. See the full sweepstakes rules for more details about the prize. Open to US residents only who are 18 years or older.
Enter our 2 Award Winners, 2 DVD Giveaway >> Posted 03.13.12 by reelz
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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie stopped by the White House to meet with Barack and Michelle Obama so Jolie could talk to the prez about her work on preventing mass atrocities and combating sexual violence against women. Meanwhile, the First Couple have a busy movie-watching weekend lined up as they've requested a copy of the Margaret Thatcher biopic The Iron Lady and are also screening Red Tails with stars Cuba Gooding Jr. and Terrence Howard in attendance.
Ashton Kutcher is nearly unrecognizable after a haircut and shave, while Demi Moore is rumored to be dating 26-year-old personal trainer and model Blake Corl-Baietti.
In other hair-related news, Robert Pattinson shaved off possibly Hollywood's most famous locks, but the shaved look did not work for Jake Gyllenhaal as he was reportedly rejected by Minka Kelly before reuniting with Derek Jeter.
Casey Anthony now claims she may have gotten pregnant with daughter Caylee at a party in 2004 where she was date raped and "blacked out" after being served a spiked drink. Jose Baez, Anthony's attorney who helped the "Tot Mom" beat a murder rap, has decided to remove himself from her legal team after Anthony's odd video diaries surfaced last week. Posted 01.12.12 by reelz
The first trailer for The Iron Lady focused on the period elements of the biopic and the historical events that took place during Margaret Thatcher's time in office. The second trailer, on the other hand, does all but suggest that stars Meryl Streep and Jim Broadbent make some room on their awards shelf for one more Oscar. Even the backing music is more reminiscent of an Awards-show clip than it is of a main-stream trailer.
The moments we see in the trailers are impressive, as Streep is nearly unrecognizable in terms of both her physical appearance and her voice. She naturally transforms right before our eyes into the former British Prime Minister. Broadbent, meanwhile, appears to be made for the role of Denis Thatcher. Perhaps making room for another statuette or two might not be a bad plan, after all. MORE >> Posted 12.08.11 by Mandy
The first trailer has been released for, The Iron Lady, a British political biopic about the United Kingdom's first (and thus far, only) female prime minister, Margaret Thatcher. Portrayed by Meryl Streep (The Devil Wears Prada, Julie and Julia) , co-starring Jim Broadbent (Moulin Rouge, Gangs of New York), and directed by Phyllida Lloyd (Mamma Mia, Gloriana), The Iron Lady tells the story of how a woman pushed through the barriers of a male-dominated world and made sure her voice was heard.
Told from the view point of Lady Thatcher, the movie takes an intimate look at how power has it's price, especially for a British woman in the 1980's. Streep worked extensively on this role, being an American playing an important British woman, even going to the extent of sitting in on a House of Parliment Session in London to properly prepare for her depiction of the former prime minister.
Due out in American theaters December 2011, The Iron Lady is just in the nick of time for The 2012 Oscars. watch the trailer >> Posted 11.14.11 by reelz
The Oscars are still months away, but that doesn't mean we don't already have a surprisingly good idea what voters will be picking. A few of these pictures have already been released, but as usual most of the real front-runners have been kept for the final weeks of the year. The assumption is that voters usually choose whatever happened to be the last flick they saw in theaters (which, sadly, seems to be true in quite a few cases). The expanded Academy Awards Best Picture category once again means that up to 10 movies may be nominated.
We've made our predictions about which 10 movies will get Best Picture nominations, and ordered the list by likelihood of winning. We also pick five more that we think won't quite make the cut.
see our Best Picture Oscar predictions >> Posted 11.10.11 by reelz
The Iron Lady would be the perfect title for a female version of Iron Man, but it's actually the title for Meryl Streep's new biopic about Margaret Thatcher, U.K.'s first female prime minister.
The first trailer for the movie just hit the web and it playfully draws out the surprise of seeing what Streep looks and sounds like portraying the famous head of state.
Portraying real people is Streep's specialty. Her last Oscar nod came from her portrayal of Julia Child in Julie & Julia.The Iron Lady is being directed by Phyllida Lloyd, who previously directed Streep in Mama Mia!.
Here's a synopsis:
The Iron Lady is a surprising and intimate portrait of Margaret Thatcher, the first and only female Prime Minister of The United Kingdom. One of the 20th century's most famous and influential women, Thatcher came from nowhere to smash through barriers of gender and class to be heard in a male dominated world. watch the trailer >> Posted 07.08.11 by Chris