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The Graham Norton Show is really rolling out the red carpet and inviting Hollywood royalty onto its sofa.

On Friday, January 12, the late night chat show will welcome Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks.

Both actors will be promoting their forthcoming Steven Spielberg movie The Post, which has already picked up awards season buzz and nominations

And… that’s it! Yes, apart from musical guests in the form of band First Aid Kit, Tom and Meryl will be the ONLY celebrity guests; which, if you think about it, actually makes a lot of sense.

We mean, any more star power put on the sofa and it would FOR SURE crumble to dust. [Source]

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I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Tom attending the Washington DC premiere of The Post with Rita & his The Post co-stars.

   

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Tom was on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert a couple of days ago. He talked about The Post, The National Archive and his book.


    

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I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Tom attending with his The Post co-stars an official Academy screening of the movie. Tom was joined by his co-stars Meryl Streep, Sarah Paulson & Bob Odenkirk in a Q&A after the movie screening.

   

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Steven Spielberg’s The Post, the story about how the Washington Post fell behind in its coverage of the Pentagon Papers, only to make leaps ahead, was named best picture of 2017 by the National Board of Review. The pic’s Tom Hanks landed best actor and Meryl Streep best actress from the critics group today.

In addition, Universal/Blumhouse’s Get Out continued to show it is a force this awards season earning best directorial debut for Jordan Peele, best ensemble, and a spot on the organization’s top 10 film list. Add this on top of Get Out‘s five Spirit Awards nominations and last night’s wins at the Gotham Awards for best director, screenplay, audience award and Bingham Ray breakthrough director honor.

Greta Gerwig won best director for Lady Bird, the latest honor in the category for a female director following Kathryn Bigelow’s win in 2012 for Zero Dark Thirty. Laurie Metcalf also won best supporting actress for the pic, and it also wound up on NBR’s top 10 movies of the year. Lady Bird won last night at the Gothams with Saoirse Ronan taking best actress. Last week, Lady Bird counted four Spirit Awards nominations, for Metcalf as supporting actress, Ronan as lead female, best screenplay by Gerwig, and best feature.

If there’s one awards organization that does it their way, it’s the National Board of Review, as they traditionally recognize movies that aren’t always surefire bets by the time Oscars are handed out. When it comes to being a prognosticator of Oscar’s best picture winner, NBR and AMPAS haven’t seen eye-to-eye since 2008’s Slumdog Millionaire. [Source]

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I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Tom during the press conference and roundtable meeting with the press a couple of days ago in Los Angeles. The Post is getting a great positive response so far, I can’t wait to watch it!

   

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Tom & Rita hosted the Under One Umbrella Annual Luncheon event for the Stanford Women’s Cancer Center. Check out the photos from the event.

   

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