As a two time Oscar-winner who is widely considered our greatest living actress, it'd be nearly impossible to choose Meryl Streep's most mesmerizing role. For a few more weeks, anyway.
Coming soon to theaters is "The Iron Lady," the biopic in which Streep plays the first woman Prime Minister of Britain, Margaret Thatcher. Actually, it may be more accurate to say she inhabits totally the identity of the landmark conservative politician, such is her dramatic transformation.
Oscar buzz is already building around Streep's performance, which tackles over three decades of both political and personal history. From intra-party standoffs, military campaigns, terrorist attacks and domestic strife to generations of familial drama, it's a look into one of the 20th century's most polarizing and monumental figures.
Now, go inside Streep's world and watch as she addresses fans, historians and moviegoers in this live video chat. The live chat begins at 8:45 PM/EST.
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