Irmelin Indenbirken, Leonardo DiCaprio’s mom, was born in 1945 which means she was about 31 years old when Leo was born. So it’s no wonder Leo was reportedly skeeved out by the thought of his Don’t Look Up costar Meryl Streep naked. His mom’s is probably the oldest pussy he’s ever seen! And that was only from the inside. According to Us Weekly, while Meryl was perfectly OK with doing a nude scene and wearing a tramp stamp for her role as the fictional President of the United States, Leo “didn’t like seeing her with the lower back tattoo, walking for a second naked.” Apparently, he respects her, and the office, too much.
Jennifer Lawrence plays a nerdy relatable scientist in the upcoming Netflix movie Don’t Look Up and I’m only telling you this in case the wig doesn’t give it away. Now, I’ll be the first to admit that I thought she was playing a hacker or computer-specific nerd based on the bluntness of the bang and the nose ring, but Variety confirms that she and Leonardo DiCaprio play “astronomy grad student,” and “her professor” respectively, if Leo’s greasy hair and corduroy jacket didn’t give it away. With this level of wardrobe acting going on, you don’t even need Meryl Streep! And you certainly don’t need to put her in Nancy Reagan drag with two-barrel curls the size of elephant dicks threatening to chew up all the scenery. That’s Meryl’s meal! But you do it anyway. And you throw in Tyler Perry, Timothée Chalamet, Jonah Hill, Ariana Grande and Cate Blanchett for good measure. Because you’re Adam McKay and you can.
Whenever we hear that Glenn Close or Sigourney Weaver or Michelle Pfeiffer was cast in something, some people think, “Oh, how gracious of the benevolent Queen of Actresses, Meryl Streep, to turn that role down to give the lessers a chance.” Because Meryl Streep is largely seen as The Supreme when it comes to Hollywood actresses. Well, Sharon Stone has a lot of thoughts on that and she let them out during an interview when she felt that the interviewer insinuated how lucky she was to work with THEE Meryl Streep. Listen, Sharon Stone did not work a pair of busted baby bangs while jacking herself off with some dude’s hand in a speeding sports car in the underrated masterpiece Basic Instinct 2 for someone to imply that she’s on a lower level than Meryl Streep!
Last month, actress and famous person’s child Grace Gummer was seen strolling around London with music producer Mark Ronson on her right hand and a giant diamond ring on her left, and naturally, everyone assumed that engagement-looking ring was an engagement ring. Mark recently confirmed that the ring is exactly what it looked like, and he’s about to become Meryl Streep’s son-in-law. Wait, Son in Law…was she in that movie? No, of course not – that was Pauly Shore (a common mix-up).
Meryl Streep’s daughter Grace Gummer might be engaged to music man Mark Ronson. This means Meryl could be Mark’s new Mamma-Mia-in-law! These two have been dating since last year, and this past weekend they were papped sucking face and flashing rock (big diamond ring on Grace’s left hand) in London. They also had lunch with Mark’s mum, Ann Dexter-Jones. And, no, Ann’s never won an Oscar, but she is a British socialite/Reiki guru/writer who was the inspiration behind the Foreigner song I Want To Know What Love Is. So there are zero guarantees that Meryl will be the cool grandma if Grace and Mark have kids. Continue reading
I watched this new trailer for the Ryan Murphy’s take on the Broadway musical The Prom for Netflix and thought, “oh, so it’s like if Ryan Murphy did Glee” and it took me waaaaay too long to remember that Ryan Murphy actually made Glee so now I guess I’ll say “oh, it’s like if 2010 Ryan Murphy had 2020 Ryan Murphy money plus Meryl Streep!” Or maybe since Nicole Kidman is in it, it’s more like, “oh, so it’s Baz Luhrmann Presents: Glee.” At any rate The Prom is very, very shiny.