Meryl Streep may have returned to her normal path, but the frenzy surrounding her films isn’t nearly as dramatic as it was in the late ’70s and ’80s. No one can deny her performances. However, no one can completely agree with the movies. Then 2002 happened. On the one hand, she starred in “The Hours,” the Academy Award-winning Best Picture-nominated drama for Nicole Kidman. Out of the film’s three main characters, including Julianne Moore, Streep was the one not nominated, but that’s because she’s busy accepting nominations for the Charlie Kaufman-written super comedy, directed by Spike Jonze. ” Suitability. “
Streep’s first foray into comedy was met with much opposition. But here, she is in an honorable, highly intelligent child. Her shackles of being synonymous with a certain genre of film aren’t as tight because “Adaptation” is the film that can bridge that gap. She can play a goofy scene like she’s super tall while on the phone with Chris Cooper’s character, and people can connect with its comedy without having to wonder why Meryl Streep the one who does this.
She transferred this impetus to a small painting called “The Devil Wears Prada.” Here’s a 57-year-old woman making headlines for a major studio film, delivering a performance of bombastic humor that also incorporates a large amount of sickening, and the photo that creates more than 100 million dollars at the box office, which had never happened in her career before as an actress making her debut. Nearly 20 years after she thought her career might be over because of her age, Streep has become one of our most trusted movie stars.
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