Scandal! JFK Knocked Up Marilyn Monroe Behind Jackie’s Back The playboy convinced the star to abort, but the bombshell was heartbroken. John-f-kennedy-jfk=Jackie-marilyn-monroe-affair… READ ON
Another day, another actress channeling Marilyn Monroe! Except Dove Cameron actually looks a lot like the late bombshell with her blonde locks, cute upturned nose, and big doe eyes! Related: Dove Dumped Her Fiancé For Her Costar! The Disney star covers Galore magazine, looking like the ultimate temptress in short shorts and white bullet bra. Yowza! In the accompanying [...]
Dove Cameron is moving on from her Disney Channel days with this super sexy new photo shoot for Galore magazine, in which she channels the legendary Marilyn Monroe. The 21-year-old actress is best known to audiences for her work as Amber Von Tussle on NBC’s Hairspray Live and Disney Channel’s Liv & Maddie. Here is [...]
Sounds like former Disney Channel star Dove Cameron is branching out of her acting career and getting ready to release her debut album. In an exclusive interview with Galore, she dishes on her upcoming music endeavors and channels her inner Marilyn Monroe. Show More Summary
The fashion and entertainment industry has dictated to women since almost the beginning of time, and it’s had its effect on all of us one way or another. I was a young teenager when Marilyn Monroe was considered the epitome of womanhood. Show More Summary
In July of 1960, Marilyn Monroe reported to Fox Studios in Manhattan to begin principle photography for The Misfits. The film, written by her husband, Arthur Miller, would prove to be Monroe's final completed project before a barbiturate...Show More Summary
At 160,000 pounds and 17 feet high, these are the largest legs you'll ever see on a country road in North Carolina. Inspired by Marilyn Monroe in The Seven Year Itch, local artist Ricky Pearce created these legs and across the street a pair of heels to go with them. Show More Summary
Some like it—not.
Post by Maressa Brown. From Marilyn Monroe to Lupita Nyong'o, Hollywood glamour has always been about that unforgettable red lip. That look is so much more than just a lip color. Rocking red lipstick sends the message that you're the kind of badass woman who is completely unafraid to go bold. Show More Summary
Dayum!! Marilyn Monroe, we mean Sophia Bush, is having a moment on the SAG Awards red carpet! Doing her best Diamonds Are A Girls Best Friend impression, the Chicago Fire actress donned a stunning pink Marchesa gown with silver accents. In this case, we Prefer Brunettes! She completed the look with loose waves tied back in a bow [...]
The mixup is only now being discovered years after the fact.
Hollywood's golden era is generally considered to have started in the 1920s and stretched until the 1960s. The latter half was the time of some of the industry's most legendary stars: Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, and Marlon Brando,...Show More Summary
"The Asphalt Jungle" was directed by John Huston. It is one of those noir films crawling with stars, such as Sterling Hayden, Louis Calhern, and Sam Jaffe. Marilyn Monroe was not a mega-star at that point but she was on her way.
Marilyn Monroe fans have a chance to score a pretty rare relic -- one of the markers on her final resting place... but it won't be possible unless you've got a fortune. The bronze marker was removed in the '80s from Marilyn's mausoleum at…
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.