Bridget Marquardt may've called the Playboy Mansion home for years, but that doesn't mean she can stop by whenever she likes. And it appears as though Hugh Hefner has made this fact abundantly clear as the Girls Next Door alum revealed on Monday that she hasn't seen the media mogul in years. Oh no! Related: Kendra Revisits [...]
'American Playboy' fills in some of the spaces that carefully crafted image skipped over.
In the August 1961 issue of Playboy, Hugh Hefner, likely recognizing that his adult publication was missing out on a lucrative and untapped market, commissioned some material just for the kids. Six pages after a centerfold spread ofShow More Summary
The E! reality show "The Girls Next Door" gave viewers an inside look of what really goes on inside the iconic Playboy Mansion through the eyes of Hugh Hefner's girlfriends -- Holly Madison, Kendra Wilkinson and Bridget Marquardt -- back in 2005. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Playboy twins Kristina and Karissa Shannon -- 2 of Hugh Hefner's former 'Girls Next Door' hotties -- were arrested after they allegedly busted each other up. Law enforcement sources tell us police were summoned to the Shannon twins' WeHo home…
THIS DOES NOT BELONG TO HUGH HEFNER: Bunny Museum is 33,000 parts bunny, 1 part crazy.
Kim Kardashian's bubble butt is going to explode, Aretha Franklin is "too fat to live," Playboy magnate Hugh Hefner is "days from death," and Kirstie Alley "sacrifices infant to cult," according to this week's 'National Enquirer.' Who...Show More Summary
American Playboy: The Hugh Hefner Story is a “docuseries” that blends documentary and scripted television, a product of the increasingly blurred lines between narrative and documentary genres. According to Amazon, it is “the result of unprecedented access to thousands of hours of never-before-seen footage from both… Read more...
Kendra Wilkinson shared a throwback picture of her ex-boyfriend Hugh Hefner on Instagram on Sunday.
Brett Ratner's RatPac Entertainment company has acquired the rights to Playboy founder Hugh Hefner for a biopic that tells his life story.
Over a decade ago, director Brett Ratner (Tower Heist) began developing a Hugh Hefner biopic called Playboy. Brian Grazer was going to produce the film about the founder of Playboy, which Oliver Stone once developed a few drafts for alongside 8 Mile screenwriter Scott Silver. Show More Summary
THR spoke with 'Playboy' chief creative officer Cooper Hefner about working with his father on the project and the magazine's "evolving" brand. read more
The controversial figurehead of the Playboy brand will have be getting the big screen biopic treatment! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Deadline reports that Brett Ratner's RatPack is moving forward with a Hugh...Show More Summary
The new documentary series American Playboy about the life of Hugh Hefner is nothing more than one big, baffling puff of smoke up a silk pajama-wearing moguls very rich rear.
More than a decade ago, would-be Hugh Hefner figure Brett Ratner attempted to take his hero’s story to the screen, with plans for an Oscar-bait biopic tracking Hefner’s rise from conservative Midwesterner to human scrotum-king. ThatShow More Summary
The life of Hugh Hefner is not exactly uncharted territory for documentary filmmaking, as several feature-length explorations of the subject already exist. It’s not beyond the realm of possibility that a fictionalized series based on...Show More Summary
Ratner was attached to a similar Hefner project in 2007. [ more › ]
Whether you think Playboy magazine liberated America from its puritanical shackles or sent America spiraling into a Godless moral hell, you gotta admit it changed the game. And since all things Playboy stemmed from the vision of itsShow More Summary