An interview by ET with Margo Martindale, mentioning “August: Osage County” as well:
ETonline: You’re currently expericning the other side of the coin, working on the cinematic adaptation of August: Osage County. How much of that play has been “movie’d up?”
Martindale: It’s beautiful. So beautiful. I think it really retains the spirit of the film. Tracy Letts (who wrote the play) wrote the screenplay so he kept it really close to the play. He’s opened up some of it, but most everything takes place in the house. I absolutely loved working with Chris Cooper, Meryl [Streep], Benedict [Cumberbatch], Julia [Roberts]; everybody was wonderful.
Full interviewBenedict [Cumberbatch
New photo with Meryl on Instagram:
That’s what Uk.eonline reports 😦 :
Apparently another medical drama is not what the doctor ordered.
The CW has canceled their freshman series Emily Owens, M.D., which stars Meryl Streep’s daughter Mamie Gummer as a nerdy surgeon navigating life at a hospital.
Alas, it wasn’t all bad news in the TV world today: ABC officially picked up additional episodes of Tim Allen‘s Last Man Standing and Reba McEntire‘s Malibu Country.
Though it’s officially been canned, all of Emily Owens, M.D. 13 episodes will be aired. The most recent episode of the series only brought in 1 million viewers and a paltry 0.3 rating in the adults 18-49 demo. The CW gave full-season orders to its other two fall newbies, Arrowand Beauty and the Beast.
The Friday night comedy line-up of Last Man Standing, which is in its second season, andMalibu Country has done extremely well for ABC, who ordered five more episodes of each series, giving them their “back nine.” (Since Last Man Standing and Malibu Countrypremiered late, only five episodes were necessary to complete their respective seasons.)
Recently, ABC renewed freshman series Nashville and The Neighbors, and gave sophomore political soap Scandal a full season order.
Another photo with Meryl has been tweeted:
New photo has been tweeted by Juliette perhaps from the wrap party with Meryl and Margo: