Meryl Streep's Humbling "Iron Lady" Premiere In Japan
Just days after receiving the Academy Award for best actress, Meryl Streep made her way to Tokyo, Japan for the premiere of "The Iron Lady".
The three-time Oscar winner posed for pictures as she was presented with two bouquets of flowers at a Tokyo theatre alongside British director, Phyllida Lloyd.
While in Japan, Streep was humbled by the Tsunami tragedy that took place just one year ago, saying, "I bring the film with respect to the victims and with great hope that things will get better soon for them."
As for her movie, the 62-year-old Hollywood royalty plays the former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the biographical drama.
The film takes a look at the life of Thatcher while focusing on the price she paid for power.
Enjoy the pictures of Meryl Streep attending the Japanese premiere of her film "The Iron Lady" (March 6).