Alas, Ricki underperformed and Suffragette, while a decent film, has seemingly passed quietly into the shadows. 2016 holds possibility with Florence Foster Jenkins. The film, directed by Stephen Frears, who led Helen Mirren (The Queen) and Judi Dench (Philomena) to raves in recent years, has no official release date. IMDb lists it being released in the Netherlands August 31 and in Germany November 26. If the former is correct, it will have to be released in the U.S. sometime in August. If the latter is correct (which seems more likely) I imagine we should expect it in the U.S. in October or November. Recently Streep's films, if a bit lighter in tone, have done fairly well with late summer releases. From what I understand, Florence will be mostly dramatic with some comedic elements. It could go either way: late summer release, or more Oscar-typical mid to late fall.
I'm looking forward to getting some confirmation on when we can expect it, as well as Meryl's next solidified project. Everyone and their mother knows I want it to be The Good House. Still hopin'.