Meryl Streep had fairly the comeback for her co-star Tom Hanks.
Whereas attending The Publish premiere in Washington D.C., Streep addressed the joke the actor just lately made about her being “excessive upkeep.”
“Simply verify the period of time he took in hair and make-up and the way a lot I did, and you will find out who’s excessive upkeep,” she jokingly stated with a smile.
The three-time Oscar winner additionally dropped a little bit trivia concerning the phrase and its relation to the movie.
“By the way in which, the film is devoted to Nora Ephron, who claims that phrase—excessive upkeep—as her personal,” she stated.
Ephron was a screenwriter for When Harry Met Sally…. At one level within the romantic comedy, Harry Burns (Billy Crystal) tells Sally Albright (Meg Ryan), “There are two varieties of ladies: excessive upkeep and low upkeep.” Therefore, she’s been credited with coining the phrase.
The rest you wish to say about Hanks, Ms. Streep?
Along with discussing Hanks’ comment, the actress talked about the movie’s relevancy to fashionable instances—calling it a “First Modification buddy film.”
Watch the video to see her interview—and her witty comeback.
The Publish hits theaters Dec. 22.
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