Does anything really happen in the last two weeks of the year? If something did, would you care? Welcome to Brain Dead Fortnight. Sit back, pour some cider, and enjoy our seriously stupid stories with the one eighth of your mind that is still functioning over the holidays. Marilyn Monroe... More »
Mad Men alumna Embeth Davidtz and Jack Noseworthy (Killing Kennedy) have been cast opposite Kelli Garner and Susan Sarandon in Marilyn, Lifetime's upcoming four-hour miniseries about tragic Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe, to premiere in 2015. Show More Summary
THINK Agatha Christie and the Orient Express. Or James Bond returning from Russia with love (and Tatiana Romanova). Or perhaps Tony Curtis in drag, wooing an unsuspecting Marilyn Monroe. Sleeper trains occupy a romantic corner of travellers’ souls. Show More Summary
Marilyn Monroe once said that Hollywood was a place where they’d pay you a thousand dollars for a kiss and fifty cents for your soul.
The Savoy Hotel has had more than its share of legends stay at the hotel since its opening in 1889 ? Charlie Chaplin, Frank Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe, Judy Garland and Humphrey Bogart are but a few. To honor these celebrities and captains...Show More Summary
The well-heeled Marilyn Monroe reportedly once said if you give a girl the right shoes, she can conquer the world.
Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe had a love that lasted long after both their deaths, as the going rate for a letter between the two at a recent auction proves. An auction for a variety of choice Marilyn Monroe items netted higher than expected prices in a number of cases. Show More Summary
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Joe DiMaggio's love letter to Marilyn Monroe has sold for $78,125 at a Beverly Hills auction.
Decades later, and the world is still infatuated with Marilyn Monroe. Understandably! The silver screen siren met her untimely death way too young in life, and her fans love to have something to remember her by. So, when Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills had their Icons & Idols event, they must have known they'd make a ton [...]
Marilyn Monroe’s bra fetched thousands at auction on Friday, December 6, 2014. The lacy white brassiere once owned by the sexy bombshell sold for $20,000, according to a report from People. A heart-wrenching letter from Joe DiMaggio to Marilyn after she said she was divorcing him went for $78,125. Show More Summary
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Even as a young selfie-taker, Marilyn Monroe had the smile of a superstar. More » Check Out This Beautiful Selfie Marilyn Monroe Took 70 Years Ago is a post from TheGloss - Get the best women's beauty, make up, hairstyles tips. Get sex, dating advice, culture news and hot trends for women..
The arts can make strange bedfellows, and now there’s a reason to mention Marilyn Monroe, Sweeney Todd and William Calley in the same breath.
Before she dyed her hair platinum. Before she married for the first time. Before she changed her name to something a bit more catchy, Norma Jeane Baker took a selfie. From the estate of a relative of Marilyn Monroe; to the owner of the...Show More Summary
Swann Galleries continues to lead the auction market in the area of Vernacular Photography, with a second sale devoted to this material on December 11. The two-catalogue auction also offers Fine Photographs & Photobooks. Swann?s first...Show More Summary
The cast for the next Marilyn Monroe miniseries is rounding itself out. The A.V. Club is reporting that Jeffrey Dean Morgan, formerly of Starz Networks’ Magic City, has been tapped to portray Marilyn Monroe’s second husband. The four-hour...Show More Summary
Eddie Redmayne steadily has been building an impressive resume. He romanced Marilyn Monroe (well, Michelle Williams) in My Week with Marilyn. He held a tune â?? several, in fact â?? in Tom Hooper's Les Miserables. And he's currently courting Oscar buzz for playing Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything. Show More Summary
Good old Joltin’ Joe DiMaggio, known for his record 56-game hitting streak, world-class performance on the baseball field, and uncanny resemblance to Javier Bardem. Or no, not that last thing? Not even slightly? Interesting, then, that...Show More Summary
During the 1950s, the pioneering photojournalist Eve Arnold took a series of portraits of Marilyn Monroe. The now iconic photos generally present Monroe as a larger-than-life celebrity and sex symbol. Except for one. In 1955, Arnold photographed Monroe reading a worn copy of James Joyce’s modernist classic, Ulysses. Show More Summary