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James Dean's Estate Sues Twitter Over Unofficial Account
The social media giant refuses to shut down the user's account.
Amy Adams's Handbag Causes Controversy at Philip Seymour Hoffman Funeral
Fashion designer Valentino is under fire for touting the Hollywood star who carried their products at Hoffman's wake.
Trailer For James Franco’s Sal Mineo Biopic Drops, Is Jodie Foster In Love?
quicklist: 1 title: Trailer For James Franco’s Sal Mineo Biopic Drops text: Unstoppable movie-making machine James Franco is back again in a big way with a third, that’s right, a third, directorial effort. You may or may not recall that Hollywood’s Renaissance man debuted his
Rare Hollywood & Pin-Up Photos on Auction
Guernsey’s will hold a two-day auction this weekend to sell the Movie Star News Collection –believed to be the largest and most extensive collection of Hollywood celebrity photography. The collection contains approximately three million archived photographs, with the Marilyn Monroe file containing
Natalie Wood Autopsy Report Revised; Assault Possible
New details in the death of Natalie Wood were released today by the Los Angeles Coroner's Office that show the actress had bruises on her body that "appeared fresh and could have occurred before she entered the water," indicating that Wood may have been assaulted before she drowned three decades
Cool Dudes: Barack Obama? Mitt Romney? Justin Bieber?
Forget about those nasty, negative political ads. Think "cool" instead. New research suggests our understanding of the state of "coolness" can be a powerful force, urging us to emulate others we regard as cool. Remember James Dean as the distant, mysterious, devil-may-care Jett Rink in the movie
Stars and Gossip
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Nov. 29: U.N. Partitions Palestine 1947; Natalie Wood Dies 1981
1947 United Nations Partitions Palestine, Creates Israel Following World War II, the United Nations partitioned Palestine. U.N.’s Resolution 181 replaced the previous British Mandate for Palestine. It divided up Palestine into two separate states, one Jewish state and one Arab state. Leaders of
Natalie Wood Mystery: Captain of Yacht Passes Polygraph Test
The recently reopened case of actress Natalie Wood’s drowning death focuses on new information that may implicate those on board the boat the actress fell from 30 years ago, including the boat’s captain, who has passed a lie detector test. Dennis Davern, the captain of the...