The Golden Globe-nominated GLOW star said that "it's still like a surreal fever dream that it happened, ' adding that Streep - who's won Academy Awards for her performances in Kramer vs. Kramer, Sophie's Choice and The Iron Lady - left famed filmmaker Spielberg 'floored" with her mastery of the craft. On the "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", the Inferno actor said that he appreciates the spontaneity that Steven shows in his works.More news: Merkel welcomes SPD's decision to start talks on forming government
She said, "Just check the amount of time he took in hair and makeup and how much I did, and you'll find out who's high maintenance". Diva?" The veteran actor replied joking, "Look, the shoes alone, man. No, I am so joking.
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Flashing a smile on her arrival, the actress, 68, appeared in great spirits on the red carpet despite her appearance coming just days after The Post was snubbed in the nominations. You're expecting French horns before she enters the stage.
At the time, the Post's Katherine Graham (Streep) was still finding her footing as the country's first female newspaper publisher, and Ben Bradlee (Hanks), the paper's volatile, driven editor, was trying to enhance the stature of the struggling, local paper. He just wants to figure it out as he goes along. He's nearly like a guerrilla filmmaker. "I don't mean to (say) that he's not prepared - he's the most prepared man in the world", he said.More news: Tom Savage, Braxton Miller among four Texans ruled out vs. Jaguars
The 34-year-old actress had her dark brown locks pulled back and was impeccably made up at the debut of Steven Spielberg-directed motion picture, in which she plays journalist Lally Graham.