Look who's on the cover of the new Vanity Fair...
It's Meryl (Miss Streep, if you're nasty).
I think she's great and am so happy that she continues to do such a wide variety of work all these years later. Vanity Fair has written a "30 Years With America's Favorite Actress" article on her, so I guess I'm gonna have to get myself over to the Piggly Wiggly and get a copy.
She has done so many wonderful serious roles with a variety of accents in the past ("Sophie's Choice", "Silkwood", "A Cry in the Dark) as well as some very fun not-so-serious-actress roles ("Death Becomes Her", "Adaptation", "Devil Wears Prada") and, of all things, played the delightful Julia Child last year in "Julie and Julia".
I'm looking forward to "It's Complicated" with she and Alec Baldwin too. They should be a fun team.
I also like that she's so normal and funny whenever she is interviewed or giving a speech. Here she is giving an award to Stanley Tucci in New York recently...
Meryl dropped the F-bomb.