RIP Olivia de Havilland

At the truly remarkable age of 104 Olivia de Havilland has passed away peacefully in her sleep, a double Oscar winner who was nominated five times overall. Probably most well known for her role as Melanie in Gone with the Wind.

She made her breakthrough opposite Errol Flynn in Captain Blood. She continued to act until the late 1980s. She took on studios off screen at a time when they had complete control over the stars.

Rest in Peace to one of Golden Hollywood’s outstanding stars.

Hollywood Walk of Fame – Mandy Moore

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Mandy Moore has been given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and this led to a reunion that all of us ‘A Walk to Remember’ fans will totally love. Yes, that’s right Shane West turned up and made a speech! I have always loved that film and it certainly tugs at the heartstrings!

So a lovely reunion between Mandy Moore and Shane West!

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Trailer & Poster: Once Upon a Time In Hollywood (2019)

Over the space of a few days we got two posters and a trailer for the 9th film from Quentin Tarantino, Once Upon a Time In Hollywood. Like his other films I guess a trailer cannot really show much of the film due to the violence and language! I am looking forward to this though as who doesn’t love DiCaprio? Even if Margot Robbie is in the film . . .

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7 Reasons to love Jennifer Lawrence

After seeing Joy last week and then catching Jennifer on the Graham Norton show it inspired me to do this blog post. She comes across so cool and that she does not have a care in the world on a chat show and has already played some great characters in film! At the age of 25 she already has an Oscar win to her name for Silver Linings Playbook as well as two other nominations for Winter’s Bone and American Hustle.

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Marilyn Monroe dress sells for £2.8m

Over the weekend the very famous white dress worn by Marilyn Monroe was auctioned and was bought for a very cool £2.8m ($4.6m). Possibly one of the most well known dresses in film history! The image of Monroe getting the gust of wind from the subway and blowing her dress up has to be one of the most well known as well.

An unreal amount of money considering it was bought for just $200 dollars and for it to make so much money, just shows how much of a pull Monroe still is in the Hollywood world. I don’t imagine this is something that will ever happen with dresses or any clothes from recent films.