The scene from "Seven Year Itch" in which Marilyn Monroe's white cocktail dress gets buffeted up to her waist is one of the most iconic in film history, but now, thanks to some old home-shot footage of the scene being filmed, you can see the moment and the events surrounding it in a different light. Show More Summary
Marilyn Monroe’s subway grate scene from The Seven Year Itch is one of the iconic images of 20th century cinema. But director Billy Wilder famously had to film the sequence twice, because the first time he tried it—on the actual streets of New York—the production became so swamped with leering men that the footage was declared unusable. Show More Summary
SIXTY YEAR ITCH: The Lost Footage of Marilyn Monroe.
Because Democrats are outraged with James Comey, check out today's end-of-day links: rediscovered Marilyn Monroe footage, super market tabloids love Trump, George Saunders audiobook cast, Buckingham McVie album, and cat goes sledding. Show More Summary
The New York Times has scratched a 63-year-old itch. It’s a well-known fact that early on the morning of Sept. 15, 1954, around 1 a.m., photographers, passers-by and others gathered around a subway grate on the Upper East Side of Manhattan to watch Billy Wilder film a version of the famous scene in The Seven Year Itch when Marilyn Monroe’s...
Friday: Recreating the star’s subway grate scene, a rare cat flu, and celebrating Hamilton’s birthday.
That film image of Ms. Monroe’s skirt rising high in a gust of air? It’s a reshoot of a discarded and more risqué scene seldom seen until now.
Today, Mars North America announced that Adam Driver of Girls and Star Wars fame will play the lead role in its upcoming Super Bowl LI ad. Driver succeeds Willem Dafoe, who re-created a slightly different version of Marilyn Monroe'sShow More Summary
Celebrity items tend to be relatively common artefacts yet attract phenomenal sums of money. Why? In November last year, the dress that Marilyn Monroe wore to sing Happy Birthday to President John F Kennedy sold for $4.81 million. In 2004, several pieces of Britney Spears’ used chewing gum sold for up to £100 a piece. Show More Summary
Everyone in Hollywood seemed to have a secret about Marilyn Monroe — and now RadarOnline.com can rip the lid off the juiciest scandals! At the height of her fame, the… READ ON
Marilyn Monroe singing “Happy Birthday to You” to US President John F. Kennedy in 1962 is famous. What is little known is that her rendition was partly about the steel industry. The mills had just announced a $6 a ton price increase,...Show More Summary
In a career than spanned over forty years, Nickolas Muray (1892-1965) established himself as a photographer who remained at the cutting edge of his profession. “Photography, fortunately, to me has not only been a profession but alsoShow More Summary
Scarlet dresses are outselling black ones but studies have cast doubt on the colour’s effect on sexual attraction Theresa May knows it. Jane Russell and Marilyn Monroe exploited it to stunning effect. Even singer Chris De Burgh was aware of the transformative powers of the colour red. Show More Summary
A Marilyn Monroe signed photograph sold to $24,959 according to Massachusetts-based RR Auction. The sultry vintage matte-finish portrait of Monroe taken during a Frank Powolny glamour shoot in 1953, signed and inscribed in white ink,...Show More Summary
Turns out that even Marilyn Monroe needed tips on the art of seduction. The screen legend’s handwritten notes to herself on her script from “Something’s Got to Give” — a bit of memorabilia that fetched five figures Thursday night at auction — offer insight into how the actress approached her craft....
Marilyn Monroe's handwritten notes on how to act sexier are now in the hands of one lucky fan. Marilyn's script for her final movie, "Something's Got to Give"... was sold by Nate D Sanders Auctions on Thursday for $25k. The document is awesome…
After seven years, you get a chance to know somebody. Effectively, it’s the duration of a presidency, a broken mirror’s threat and the first sparks of an itch, if bygone Marilyn Monroe movies are to be believed. But after seven years of tossing bite-size judgments around in this little sandbox, the...
Two scripts with Marilyn Monroe?s handwritten annotations will be auctioned by Nate D. Sanders Auctions on December 15, 2016. The scripts were used by Monroe for her last role, in the 1962 unfinished film, Something?s Got to Give. Actor Dean Martin was cast as Monroe?s co-star. Show More Summary
Marilyn Monroe’s personal script from her final and unfinished 1962 film “Something’s Got To Give” is up for auction, with a minimum bid set for $20,000. The 149-page screenplay is slightly worn from use by Monroe, whose annotations appear throughout. Show More Summary
In January 1954, Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio married in San Francisco and jetted off to Japan for their honeymoon. While DiMaggio attended to his baseball clinics, Monroe took a solo detour to the Korean peninsula, which had been...Show More Summary