76 posts categorized "MARILYN MONROE"
Blisteringly erotic gay comic released.
Walk Off the Earth cover Madonna's "Material Girl."
Most at the Met Ball ignored the "punk" theme. Who looked best?*
Jesus Luz goes shirtless for Junior.
Hot 97 DJ Mister Cee: "I am not gay."
Chris Pine would play gay.
In Minnesota, marriage equality advances.
Getting picked up by Ryan Gosling.
Air Force's Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Office head assaults woman.
NYC couple attacked in broad daylight near MSG.
Gay vs. lesbian with AARP as the weapon.
Use these self-publishing moms for inspiration to make bank.
Pat Robertson: Gays like murderers, rapists, thieves.
ABBA museum. Suggested donation? "Money, Money, Money."
You know I'll be attending this:
Str8 ally Chris Kluwe dropped by the Minnesota Vikings.
Jimmy Wright's drawings of NYC's gay meat market.
Helen Mirren vs. drummers.
Fuck, yeah, Ryan Phillippe.
Pet Shop Boys compare new album to Madonna.
Christina Crawford on her mom's rumored affair with Marilyn.
A Portrait of James Dean: Joshua Tree, 1951 avail for digital download today.
*Dakota Fanning, Anne Hathaway, Madonna, Rooney Mara, Gwyneth Paltrow, Sarah Jessica Parker, Aubrey Plaza, Amanda Seyfried & Kerry Washington can all get it.
Peter Mangone, at age 14, captured what is widely called the best amateur footage of Marilyn Monroe. At the peak of her fame and beauty, she playfully invited her mini-stalker to shoot her on a shopping trip in NYC, all the while posing for his brother's movie camera.
When he decided, years later, that he'd grown up, he threw it and his movie magazines away. Except he didn't. Check out the fan-tastic story and find out where to see his handiwork here.
Caroler Tom Daley's treasure trail goes off the deep end.
Murderess Jean Harris dies at 89.
Idiot who bought firefighter killer's guns nabbed.
Nicholas Hoult in zombie romcom Warm Bodies.
MENTAL BREAK: Puppies in the snow!
Marilyn's FBI file stripped of redactions.
Matthew McConaughey definitely not firing blanks.
The skinny on Anne Hathaway's Les Miz diet.
GAY-BAIT: Madonna's MDNA #1 in Russia.
Log Cabin Republicans vs. RINO Chuck Hagel.
New LCR prez hearts Newt Gingrich.
Liberace's ex, Scott Thorson, tells National Enquirer he was snubbed by Michael Douglas.
Globe (December 10, 2012) has ghoulish fun guessing what famous, died-young celebs would look like today. In some cases, they pile on, such as in their prediction that John Belushi would be "fat, bald and broke" today. Still better than dead!
Above, the gallery shows (in order) the rag's physical predictions for Marilyn Monroe (a philanthropic, much-surgeried recluse with a fortune from a fragrance line), Michael Landon (an unrecognizable fitness guru), Bob Marley ("riding high at 67"), John Lennon ("balding but young at heart"—the mag sees hair loss as being only one step above death), Natalie Wood (the queen of Hollywood, and I suspect they used Betty White's body and Kris Jenner's face for her photo illustration), Jackie (unchanged and still a Kennedy-clain matriarch, JFK Jr. (with graying temples, the "Mr. Sheffield!"-esque stud would be divorced and kid-free), Belushi, Nicole Brown Simpson (a hot Housewife) and "wrinkled poet" Jim Morrison.
I'd kill to have this—it's the "H" from the original 1923 "HOLLYWOODLAND" sign, now featuring an original Gentlemen Prefer Blondes mural. (I kind of hate that the original artifact was painted on, and so recently—within the past few years, when we all know better about preservation and the like. But there's no denying the end product looks great.)
"Every inch of my body craved male sexual contact."—Ex-gay loon
Jimmy Savile molestation scandal crosses the Atlantic?
Romney losing ground as election nears.
Five things you don't know about Barack Obama.
How to buy Madonna's ugly-coolest outfit EVER.
P!nk interprets Madonna.
Octo-Grandpa said, "No, no, no!"
Charlie Sheen's crack addiction winning.
Puppet show: Gaga v. Die Antwoord.
Latinos fired up for Obama.
Lawrence Schiller's Marilyn Monroe images get a gallery show.
Christina Aguilera's new single cover is yet ANOTHER take on Bert Stern's famous session with Marilyn Monroe, which has been quoted to death by prior divas already (Lindsay Lohan has even taken her crack at it). It's pretty (and blows Lohan's crack out of the water), just...can't we do homages to different things every once in a while?