19 posts categorized "MARLENE DIETRICH"
A hot new men's site with inventive Y-front sweats and shirts with the above logo.
Martin Tag—you're it!
Chelsea Handler vaporizes Piers Morgan.
Looking's finale is all the rage.
Use Digital Streaker to liven up your online life.
Pres. Obama falls into The Gap.
Massive explosion/building collapse in NYC:
Jason Collins signed by the Nets for remainder of season.
Love letters to Dietrich under the hammer.
Jake Gyllenhaal goes bare-assed on a movie set.
Missing Malaysian airliner's pilot's last words: "All right, good night."
At $182K+, Steve Grand's album is a Top 10 all-time Kickstarter music project.
Oscar-winning actor Maximilian Schell has died at 83. The actor was brilliant in Judgment at Nuremberg, was a musician and eventually became a director.
In spite of his many acting accomplishments, Schell, for me, will forever be the director of 1984's Marlene, an absolutely original and dazzlingly intimate documentary in which Dietrich speaks candidly but is never seen. It was nominated for an Oscar and won many awards. The reclusive Dietrich was, at the time, the same age as Schell at his death.
He was, of course, on my list of great stars past 80.
Snippet from Marlene after the jump...
Studly Green Bay Packers player Aaron Rodgers convincingly outed.
James Franco provides a bio for the selfie.
Phil Robertson started dating his wife when he was an adult, she was 14.
Marlene Dietrich's daughter—age 89—knows how to tell a story!
Graphic Dylan Sprouse (PhotoShopped) pixxx.
Amazing mom/son model spread.
Food Network's Robert Irvine has the body of a 20-year-old meathead.
Big-time right-wing campaign donor dies.
People tend to forget that Toby Keith is a Democrat.
Animated gif from here.
The latest #secretproject trailer announces that Madonna's Steven Klein surprise is actually a Web site called ArtforFreedom.com—it debuts September 24. This is the first trailer that was really exciting to me.
Bizarre that 30 years into her run, Madonna—who some think has lost her edge—is still cooking up unexpected stuff like this. Love the raspy "My Country 'Tis of Thee" vocal and the Partial Veronica Lake Meets Dietrich and Winds Up in Jail look...
Marilyn Monroe, Marlene Dietrich, Liza Minnelli, Katharine Hepburn, Barbra Streisand, Elizabeth Taylor, Olivia Newton-John & Sean Young.
Fabulously giftted Alejandro Mogollo is the guy behind the below uncanny likeness of moi-self that you might've seen on my personal Facebook page (you should also "like" Boy Culture's official Facebook page). Thing is, he isn't even a professional illustrator! He is a graphic designer, however, and his talent is pretty obvious.
Check out the above gallery for his delicious illustrations of people far better known than I.
Above, Madonna Dietrich!
Tonight was Madonna's Cinema Society-sponsored premiere for Madonna: The MDNA Tour on Epix, held at the Paris on W. 58th. Marlene Dietrich cut the ribbon on this theater in 1948...remember that, because it's on the test.
I dashed up in the rain around 7:15PM. There was a small but determined crowd of contest winners and hopefuls across the street, peopled by most of the same folks we would later see shouting at Madonna from within the Golden Triangle on the big screen. These are the people who go everywhere Madonna goes without fail. Do they have jobs? Where do they get their money? (The same questions must be asked of me.) It's always fun to see them...and it feels like home.
I bumped into Frankie Grande, a dazzling NYC talent who was one of the Born Yesterday producers, was a former Mr. Broadway and who tells me his next work will be on stage in Pageant. He was with his adorable pal Isaac, and both looked spiffy in the muggy mist. This is a hard thing to accomplish.