Three-time Oscar winner and perennial nominee Meryl Streep is featured in two star-studded movies debuting on subscription streaming services over the next two days: HBO Max’s Let Them All Talk and Netflix’s The Prom.
Let Them All Talk, 113 minutes, December 10
Debuting today, Let Them All Talk is a comedy drama directed by Oscar-winner Steven Soderbergh (Traffic). Streep plays a famous author who goes on a Queen Mary 2 transatlantic cruise with her old gang (Oscar nominee/multiple Emmy winner Candice Bergen and two-time Oscar winner Dianne Wiest), her nephew (Oscar nominee Lucas Hedges) and her new literary agent (Gemma Chan).
For more, visit hbomax.com/coming-soon/let-them-all-talk.
The Prom, 130 minutes, December 11
In The Prom, a musical debuting tomorrow, Streep and multiple Emmy/Tony winner James Corden play Broadway stars whose latest show is a big flop. They hit the road with two fellow actors (Oscar-winner Nicole Kidman and Grammy-winner Andrew Rannells). Their destination: a high school in Indiana where the PTA president (Emmy-winner Kerry Washington) has banned a lesbian couple from attending the prom, over objections from the school principal (Emmy-winner Keegan-Michael Key),
Directed by multiple-Emmy winner Ryan Murphy, (American Crime Story, Glee), The Prom is based on a Tony-nominated Broadway musical. Jo Ellen Pellman and Ariana DeBose play the young couple.
For more, visit Netflix.com/TheProm.
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