10 Millennial Actresses Who Could be the Next Meryl Streep

By Nacho MarianoAugust 28, 2016Cine, Cine y TV News
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By Nacho Mariano | August 28, 2016

Meryl Streep is without a doubt the MVP of them all.

If you have yet to see her at her best performances, we highly recommend these popular picks: Kramer vs Kramer, August: Osage County and every Millennial’s favorite “The Devil Wears Prada”.

With over 18 Academy Award nominations and three wins, she is considered the greatest living actress. Who will follow her steps?

We think these next 10 millennial actresses could, take a look:

Jennifer Lawrence
She has an advantage as an Academy Award nominated actress for Winter’s Bone and winner for Silver Linings Playbook

Carey Mulligan
Movies like “An Education”, “Drive” and “The Great Gatsby” have placed her on the map and among the top ten new actresses.

Emma Watson
Although her performances in both “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” and “The Bling Ring” were for an adult audience, everyone’s favorite witch from Hogwarts will soon become Disney’s Belle.

Saoirse Ronan
The little yet brave girl from “Hannah” has come a long way  through Budapest and off to Brooklyn.

Chloe Grace Moretz
Her most appraised performances by diverse audiences are: “Kick-Ass”, “Carrie” and “If I Stay” and “The Equalizer”.

Brie Larson
She starred in one of Disney Channel’s most watched original movies, “Right on Track” and won an Academy Award earlier this year for “Room”.

Léa Seydoux
Because we all fell in love with her role as Emma on “Blue is the warmest color”

Emilia Clarke
Her character as Daenerys Targaryen on Game of Thrones had everyone mesmerized for years but it was her work on “Me Before You” that captivated the rest.

Mia Wasikowska

The new and improved Alice in Wonderland has been awarded ever since she began her acting career just seven years ago.

Alicia Vikander

She got the part of Kitty in Anna Karenina after Saoirse Ronan turned it down, and the part of Alice in Seventh Son after Jennifer Lawrence backed out of the production.


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