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It’s hard to imagine a star whose life has been examined more relentlessly than that of Marilyn Monroe. Monroe has had every detail of her life — her Dickensian childhood, her brief but unforgettable movie career, her liaisons with famous men, her mysterious death 50 years ago this week (on August 5, 1962) — picked over by biographers and novelists, reporters and FBI agents, filmmakers and fans. And yet there… Continue reading Marilyn Monroe: 25 Things You Didn't Know About The Late Actress

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Lindsay Lohan’s nude pictorial in Playboy has already been leaked but for those of you who buy Playboy for the articles, RadarOnline.com has a sneak peek of what the model/actress told the mag.

“Sex and sexuality are a part of nature, and I go along with nature,” Linds said.

“I think Marilyn Monroe once said that. I certainly agree with her…Knowing yourself and your body is… Continue reading Lindsay Lohan Playboy Interview Sneak Peek: She Talks About Sex And Marilyn Monroe

harvey and michelle Harvey Weinstein: My Marilyn Is Sexy, Beautiful, and Fun to Be Around

In case you haven’t noticed, this is Harvey Weinstein’s time of year. All year long, he has been hoarding his awards-worthy jewels, and now they’re finally being unveiled to the public. First up are ‘The Artist’ (a leading contender for Best Picture despite the fact that it’s silent) and ‘My Week With Marilyn,’ which appears destined to earn Michelle Williams her third Oscar nomination.

Fifty years… Continue reading Harvey Weinstein: My 'Marilyn' Is Sexy, Beautiful, and Fun to Be Around

With the season of Halloween now upon us, you may want to celebrate with a horror movie or two. But who needs a movie when the real lives of Hollywood’s brightest stars are just as freaky? Ghosts, killer cars with a mind of their own, and even the devil himself have been wrapped up with the most glamorous men and women of the silver screen. While the veracity of these… Continue reading Haunted Hollywood: Marilyn Monroe's Ghost, 'The Exorcist' and More

Being reductive about a film as lovingly crafted as ‘My Week With Marilyn’ feels a bit cheap, but considering Oscar season is all about reductions: if you were wondering which upcoming bit of Oscar bait could be the heir(ess) apparent to ‘The King’s Speech’ look no further than ‘Marilyn.’ From the film’s main theme (by ‘The King’s Speech’ composer Alexandre Desplat) to the presence of Harvey Weinstein’s name in credits… Continue reading At NYFF: Is 'My Week With Marilyn' This Year's 'The King's Speech'?