Meryl Streep will court her fourth Oscar for “August: Osage County”


An article by Hitfix:

Meryl Streep will court her fourth Oscar for "August: Osage County"

Fans of Tracy Letts’s dark Oklahoma comedy will likely file this one under “no-brainer,” but why not saddle up to the safe bet? The role of pill-popping, sharp-tongued Violet Weston is catnip for any actress. Indeed, when I caught the Broadway production in 2007, Estelle Parsons’s understudy killed so much I wasn’t too disappointed I missed the play’s star. Combine that with the industry’s most lauded actress and you obviously have a recipe for an Oscar run, despite the fact that she already has three to her name. That won’t stop The Weinstein Company from gunning hard, now will it? I wouldn’t even be surprised if the film ends up being an overall frontrunner in the race.

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2 thoughts on “Meryl Streep will court her fourth Oscar for “August: Osage County”

  1. I would love Meryl Streep to get a 4th Oscar. She can’t have too many in my book – she deserves to set a new record (5 and she’ll do it). She is absolutely amazing in every film and is such a lovely person in every way.

    Anna – Well I don’t think the awards can do any different I mean she has already proven she is the best.. But idk, I hope for her to win anyway. :D Fingers crossed for the next Awards Season – I think August: Osage County will be a good chance for her winning. ;)

  2. to be honest i didn’t know meryl very well before the oscars 2012 but since that she’s my absolutely favorite actress and i watched every interview and movie !!!! and i cross my fingers too :D

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