Isabelle Huppert Is The French Meryl Streep

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Published on February 8, 2017

Isabelle Huppert put down her recent Golden Globe long enough to chat with Stephen about her movie ‘Elle,’ and her history of taking particularly French parts.

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19 comments

  • ZadnoleyaEdits 2 years ago

    Elle was sooooo good

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  • IXM360 2 years ago

    The definition of ageing gracefully

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  • Ivy 2 years ago

    hearing stephen speak french made me feel a lot of things, to be honest

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  • dallashood67 2 years ago

    Man she is campaigning her ass off lmao

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  • bobby aaassah 2 years ago

    Meryl Streep wishes!

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  • NutellaCookie 2 years ago

    Loved “Elle”. I’d like her to win the Academy award. It’s long overdue.

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  • Rascal Of Joy 2 years ago

    If Huppert is the Meryl Streep of French cinema, Isabelle Adjani is the
    Katherine Hepburn of French cinema.

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  • socrappyicoulddie 2 years ago

    10/10 would watch a Colbert monologue performed entirely in French

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  • Shahin KHM 2 years ago

    actually she’s way better than streep.

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  • Adam Tak 2 years ago

    Awkward interview ;o

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  • Dickhead Records 2 years ago

    what’s the french word for “awkward”

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  • Jason Golding 2 years ago

    I think I prefer Colbert speaking French over English.

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  • Verena 2 years ago

    I hope she wins that Oscar. She deserves it more than Emma Stone imo.

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  • HeikkiP 2 years ago

    She was excellent in Elle, awesome film

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  • Fanny Martin 2 years ago

    so much class in one video ! Great french Colbert !

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  • da96103 2 years ago

    Stephen is awkward, maybe Meyers would have been better to deal with
    someone with a resume like Huppert.

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  • Mariana M 2 years ago

    More like Meryl Streep is the Isabelle Huppert of America.

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  • Murdock Files 2 years ago

    I didn’t expect to see Isabelle Huppert on this show! Great stuff, and she
    deserves that Oscar

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  • ProjectFlashlight612 2 years ago

    Many will recall Huppert’s appearance in the 1980 mega-flop Heaven’s Gate.
    Director Mike Cimino insisted on casting her in the vital role of the
    hero’s love interest, over strong objections from United Artists. “She’s
    playing an American, but she can barely speak English, and even when she
    does she’s completely incomprehensible,” they said. Luckily for her,
    Huppert’s stunning woodenness and total inability to be understood without
    subtitles was lost among the film’s other massive failings.

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