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If more screen versions of plays had this kind of punch, we'd have fewer "Proof"s and more "Doubt"s. Meryl Streep's Sister Aloysius represents fearsome law and dogmatic order.
The world, in her eyes, is going to hell each new day the students at St.
After all, where else can you see Meryl Streep and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson making astonished faces at the same colossal screw-up?
The collision of famous faces continued at the annual Oscars after-party, when Vin Diesel and Amy Adams were photographed hanging out together.
Fresh off the gleeful camping trip that was "Mamma Mia! Yet every scene in "Doubt," photographed in gorgeous, stern tones by the great Roger Deakins, feels finely calibrated.
While it would be a mistake to make too much of it, the film—full disclosure: I headed the Pulitzer drama jury the year the play won its Pulitzer—suggests that as a director, Shanley has learned a lot since "Joe Versus the Volcano." We already knew he could [email protected] rating: PG-13 (for thematic material).
Back then, however, the Golden Globes were a much more modest affair—as Streep recently told Graham Norton—the kind of intimate, un-televised luncheon where nominees could, say, get trashed at P. (as Jack Nicholson did) or wear their wedding dress to the event (as Streep did) if they so wished.“In those days, they didn’t lend you dresses, so you had to buy something,” Streep recalled.
(Even George Clooney is her servant at this type of affair.)But in case there was any confusion as to who is the reigning emperor of this particular award show, actress Tracee Ellis Ross told press on Sunday that she did not look out to any of her friends or co-stars while accepting her first ever Golden Globe.
On top of everything, the Oscars bring people together.
Earlier in the week, Streep presented her co-star Viola Davis with her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
And on Sunday, Davis repaid the favor, praising Streep onstage at the Golden Globes—before Streep delivered a moving, blazing speech about art and defiance in the face of a Donald Trump presidency.