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The Revealing First Entries in 10 Fictional Diaries

Marilyn Monroe made the character Lorelei Lee famous after her portrayal of the diamond-loving gold-digger in the 1953 Howard Hawks musical Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. But author Anita Loos, who was born on this day, invented the outrageous blonde in her 1925 Jazz-Age novel of the same name. Show More Summary

Marilyn Monroe Emerges from the Archives of Bert Stern

Simply spectacular. The centerpiece of \"From the Archive of Bert Stern,\" a new exhibit at the Staley-Wise Gallery at 560 Broadway, are three dozen photographs of Marilyn Monroe. Many of these pictures have never before been publicly...Show More Summary

Spouse-Swap Show Has Couples Committing Adultery

The television show called “The Seven Year Switch” involves couples sleeping with strangers. It’s named after The Seven Year Itch, the 1955 Broadway play-turned-Billy Wilder movie starring Marilyn Monroe and Tom Ewell. Hopefully that will be lost on most viewers of this series because if they saw it, they’re too old to be FYI’s target [...]

Watch This: Death hangs heavily over Marilyn Monroe’s final movie

Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by the week’s new releases or premieres. This week: With the Paul Walker-led Furious 7 still doing gangbusters business, we look back at other final films from actors who died too young. Show More Summary

Work on paper by Willem de Kooning may sell for $700,000-900,000 at Ahlers & Ogletree's gallery in Atlanta

4 days agoArts : Artdaily

An original pastel and mixed media on paper by renowned Dutch-American artist Willem de Kooning (1904-1997), titled Woman (Study for Marilyn Monroe), signed, is the expected top lot at a Spring Salon Auction slated for May 2-3 by Ahlers & Ogletree, in the firm?s gallery located at 715 Miami Circle (Suite 210), beginning at 11 a.m. Show More Summary

The Music Lesson: 1953

September 2, 1953. Los Angeles, California. "Marilyn Monroe with mandolin." Color transparency by Milton H. Greene for Look magazine. View full size.

The Pennsylvanian Transplant Channeling Marilyn Monroe

5 days agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Lydon MacGregor, Student Lydon is quite an unusual name. My legal name is Tara, but my parents called me Lily and, a few years ago, I started feeling like I wasn’t a Lily anymore. It’s so feminine, and I identify as gender-queer, so I started going by Lydon, which is... More »

No, a CIA agent didn't just admit to murdering Marilyn Monroe

6 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Did a retired CIA officer recently admit on his deathbed that he murdered Marilyn Monroe? Nope. It’s all part of a stupid hoax from fake news site World News Daily Report. Read more...

Rep Cinema This Week: Buzzard, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, and 2001: A Space Odyssey

6 days agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

The best repertory and art-house screenings, special presentations, lectures, and limited engagements in Toronto. At rep cinemas this week: a lean, mean American indie comedy, a Marilyn Monroe classic, and Stanley Kubrick’s psychedelic sci-fi odyssey. Buzzard Directed by Joel Potrykus The Royal (608 College Street) Wednesday, April 22, 9 p.m. You’d be hard-pressed to come […]

Here's the Trailer for the Marilyn Monroe Mini-Series No One Needed

Countless movies, television shows and theatrical productions have studiously depicted the life of actress and icon Marilyn Monroe, and yet, one outlet hadn’t yet done so, and it was the most fitting one of all: Lifetime. Thank god they’ve changed their mind, you know? Read more...

Dying CIA Agent Claims He Assassinated Marilyn Monroe

Dying CIA officer Normand Hodges claims he assassinated 37 people, including Marilyn Monroe. The 78-year-old said he worked for the CIA for 41 years as an operative. He also admitted to acting as a hitman for the governmental agency between April 1949 and March 1972. Show More Summary

Mandolin Monroe: 1953

September 2, 1953. Los Angeles, California. "Marilyn Monroe with mandolin." Color transparency by Milton H. Greene for Look magazine. View full size.

Seven Year Snitch

last weekHumor / odd : Snopes

Rumor: Retired CIA operative Normand Hodges confessed to the murder of Marilyn Monroe.

Marilyn Monroe Is Going To China As A Cartoon

When the words “Hollywood sex symbol” are uttered, more often than not it’s in conjunction with the name Marilyn Monroe. Now Ms. Monroe is going east in a miniaturized, child-friendly version of the late Hollywood starlet. DMG Entertainment,...Show More Summary

12 Gorgeous Marilyn Monroe Photos Show Icon as You've Never Seen Her Before

Curator David Wills owns one of the largest independent archives of Marilyn Monroe photographs. In his book Marilyn Monroe: Metamorphosis, he's gathered a portfolio of over 200 photos of the Hollywood icon. They include previously unseen...Show More Summary

Happy Birthday Ellen!

Be sure to tune in to today's Ellen for her big birthday show! Pink, Julia Roberts, Colin Farrell and Jaden Smith help her celebrate. The best, Portia sings her Happy Birthday- dressed as Marilyn Monroe. Shexy!Ellen has no idea who is coming to visit, the show was kept secret. Show More Summary

See Vintage Behind-the-scenes Images of Marilyn Monroe, Sophia Loren, and Dustin Hoffman on Film Sets

Ernst Haas photographed just about everything he could get in front of his lens. When he died in 1986, he left a huge body of work depicting deserts in the Southwest, skyscrapers in New York, pedestrians in Paris, monks in Vietnam. And movie stars — lots of movie stars. Haas... More »

DMG Pacts With ABG on Cartoon Marilyn Monroe in China

'Mini Marilyn' will feature in film, TV, video games, mobile apps and live venue attractions. read more

Candice Swanepoel Is Marvelous as Marilyn Monroe for Max Factor

Having worn an array of different looks throughout her career, Candice Swanepoel had no trouble pulling off an American beauty icon for the latest Max Factor campaign. The Victoria’s Secret stunner is the spitting image of Marilyn Monroe,...Show More Summary

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