Marilyn Monroe was an up-and-coming movie star when she married baseball hero Joe DiMaggio on 14 January, sixty years ago. It didn’t work out.
Posts tagged: Movie Stars
A quick look at our favorite eyepatches of the big screen.
We have a new profile of Taylor Schilling, the star of the new Netflix series Orange Is the New Black. And, as it happens, it’s her birthday.
See some public service announcements from the Geena Davis Institute on Gender and Media. She won an Oscar, you know.
See some samples from the Tumblr “Actresses Without Teeth.”
Family Guy’s Seth MacFarlane hosted the 85th Academy Awards and we have photos from the telecast.
Who2 has a new biography of English actor Nicholas Hoult. See videos of his early roles, including About a Boy and Skins, and his two new movies, Warm Bodies and Jack the Giant Slayer.
Actor Randy Quaid has lost his bid for permanent residency status in Canada, where he’s been since 2010, hiding from the “Hollywood Star-Wackers” who are out to get him.
Once known as “Who’s Martin Freeman?” he’s now known as “that guy who was in The Hobbit.”
The star of The Hunger Games and Winter’s Bone is a comical chatterbox. See these collected clips.
We’ve collected photos from here and there of the Klaus Kinski scupture by Paule Hammer.
TV star Chuck Norris and his wife warn that re-electing President Obama is a step toward “1,000 years of darkness.”
I couldn’t stand to watch more than 20 seconds of “Clint Eastwood Unleashed.” I was too embarrassed, both for Eastwood and the GOP.
Ingrid Bergman was born on 29 August 1915 and Ingrid Bergman died on 29 August 1982, her 67th birthday.
We mean “whose chest is this?” — not “I think I’ll dub that chest ‘President Mitt Romney’.”
Hollywood star Jimmy Cagney was born 17 July 1899. Yes, that’s right — born in 1899.
That Pitt family! First Brad’s brother makes the news with a funny video, then his mom makes the news with a letter to the editor.
A gallery of photos from behind the scenes in Hollywood, from Marlene Dietrich to Mel Gibson.
Bruce Willis is now 57 years old. What’s he up to, and how’s he looking?
This week there were more headlines about Marilyn Monroe, for petessakes — never before seen images! We have them here.
What do you get when 20 Oscar nominees sit down for quick portraits?
Cheetah, the chimpanzee co-star of 1930s Tarzan movies, has died at the age of 80. Or maybe he was 82. And maybe he wasn’t really the same chimp from the movies. Still, he’s dead.
Bob Hope hurt his ankle in 1965, when someone “shoved him off the stage” in Thailand. Bob Hope used Brut 33 cologne and Gillette shaving cream. Quite by accident, I learned that and more this week.