‘Let Them All Talk’ Trailer: Meryl Streep Reunites with Steven Soderbergh for HBO Max Release


Director Steven Soderbergh has his second film in a row with three-time Oscar winner Meryl Streep, following 2019’s Netflix-released The Laundromat.

Their new film, Let Them All Talk, is heading to another streamer this time around –  at least in the US: HBO Max. The film finds Streep playing a celebrated author who takes a journey with two longtime friends – played by Candice Bergen and Dianne Wiest – and her nephew (Lucas Hedges) to have some fun and heal old wounds. It looks liker she learns a little more about herself than she may have previously realised. Meanwhile, he new literary agent (Gemma Chan) is desperate to find out about her next book.

This marks the first screenplay from short story writer and professor of writing at Columbia University Deborah Eisenberg, who was – nerdy factoid alert – the person referred to as “Debbie” in the film My Dinner With Andre.

Let Them All Talk will be streaming on HBO Max from December 10th.




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