Oscar winner Meryl Streep has filed an application with the U.S. Trademark Office to trademark her name. TMZ reports that Streep wants a monopoly on the use of her name when it comes to entertainment services, including “live, televised, and movie appearances by a professional actress and entertainer.” The application also covers public speaking engagements, autograph signings and websites related to motion pictures. The 68-year-old actress states that her name was first associated with entertainment back in 1975, when she did voice-over work for a movie called Everybody Rides the Carousel. The trademark application cost Streep $275.