Monday, May 25, 2015
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Prints from Marilyn Monroe's final photo shoot are to be auctioned in London
The last ever professional photos of Marilyn Monroe taken just 3 weeks before her untimely death have emerged for sale. The poignant pictures of the screen siren were taken by close friend George Barris on July 13, 1962, destined for a book about Monroe.  
Robert Redford to graduates: the world is grim (video)

Robert Redford, 78, was the commencement speaker Sunday at Maine’s Colby College. He said: “You’re stepping into a world that’s, well, pretty rough. It’s pretty chaotic, pretty divisive."  

Anne Meara dies at 85: she rose to comic stardom with husband Jerry Stiller
Anne Meara, who rose to stardom with her husband, Jerry Stiller, portraying what People magazine called "anxiety comedy's top couple," died
Box office: Worst Memorial Day box office since 2001
Roger Friedman: This weekend’s box office will be the worst for a Memorial Day since 2001. Tomorrowland, a bad movie, narrowly edged out hold over Pitch Perfect 2.
Chris Brown tweets about Tyson Beckford: This n**** Tyson got the whole Vegas PD out here
Tyson Beckford posted video of himself shooting a gun range, saying, "Just in case your forgot!" Late Sunday night, Chris posted a pic of Vegas cops behind a building, saying, "This n**** Tyson got the whole Vegas PD out here. Suckah! This fruitz!"
Bruce Jenner worries about youngest daughter Kylie: She's kind of shut me out
The most recent episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Moons Over Montana, showed the continuing struggle of Bruce Jenner's family to accept his announcement to transition to a woman.
Cameron Crowe's film Aloha under fire for using mostly white people
The Media Action Network for Asian Americans blasted the film Aloha and its director Cameron Crowe for casting most of the main roles with white actors. Aloha stars Bradley Cooper,
U2 aims for intimacy and presence in latest tour
The Innocence and Experience tour, shares an up close intimacy with Songs of Innocence, the proudly autobiographical album U2 released last year.
Cannes Film Festival: 13 biggest winers and losers
A Cannes Film Festival 2015 festival overview, from bravos to boos to controversial shoes.
Inspiration for the film A Beautiful Mind dies in car crash
John Forbes Nash Jr. was a genius, a Nobel Prize winner who transformed economics and was known as one of the greatest mathematicians of his time but he was also a solitary figure, tormented by paranoia and subject to strange delusions
Tomorrowland starring George Clooney flops at box office
Disney's major summer blockbuster $190 million Tomorrowland was a bust at the box office when it opened this weekend with $40 million - the worst overall since 2001.
The Cannes Film Festival 2015 winners
The 68th Cannes Film Festival is the most prestigious film festival in the world, and its top prize, the Palme d’Or, is film's highest honor. Here are the films that won:
Anne Meara, comedian and actress, dies at 85
Anne Meara, who became famous as half of one of the most successful male female comedy teams of all time (Stiller and Meara) and went on to enjoy a long and diverse career as an actress and, late in life, a playwright, died in Manhattan. She was 85.
Cannes Film Festival 2015: Jacques Audiard's film Dheepan wins the Palme d'Or
The 68th Cannes Film Festival was brought to a surprising close Sunday with Jacques Audiard's Sri Lankan refugee drama taking the festival's coveted top honor, the Palme d'Or.
TLC's freak shows were bound to explode
Michael Starr: Memo to the once boastful, now disgraced TLC network: You morph from The Learning Channel to the freak and sex obsessed network you now call TLC, you’re gonna get burned. Badly.
Bob Woodward: George W Bush didn't lie about Iraq (video)
Legendary investigative journalist Bob Woodwaard (currently an associate editor at the Washington Post) said that while George W. Bush made mistakes leading up to the war, "there was no lie" about WMDs.
John Nash, inspiration for the film A Beautiful Mind, and wife die in car accident
Famed mathematician John Nash, 86, whose struggles with schizophrenia inspired the movie A Beautiful Mind, died Saturday with his wife Alicia, 82, in a New Jersey Turnpike car crash.
E! network in discussions to make changes to rival TMZ on hard hitting coverage
E! network, owned by NBC, is looking to restructure its news department, Confidenti@l has learned, and wants to compete directly with TMZ
George RR Martin says the medieval Catholic Churc inspired the Game of Thrones faith mlitant
George R.R. Martin, the author of the books that inspired Game of Thrones, says the medieval Catholic Church “with its own fantasy twist” was his inspiration
Kim Kardashian posts pictures of wedding to Kanye West on 1st Anniversary
Kim Kardashian, 34, posted on her Instagram page on Sunday several wedding photos as she and Kanye West celebrated their first anniversary.
Chris Pratt apologizes for anything offensive he may or may not say
Jurassic World star Chris Pratt issued an apology for anything offensive he may say during his upcoming press tour. He tweeted: "I want to make a heartfelt apology
Art Garfunkel: I’m not always kind - I’m judgemental and picky
Since Simon & Garfunkel split up in 1970, he has married twice and raised two sons, had a film career, walked across America and Europe ”to get away from people” and continued recording.
Quote of the day
Jane Fonda

"I was a movie star, and I produced a lot of my own movies. But I am 77 years old now, and those opportunities just aren’t there.”

“Ageism is alive and well. It is OK for men to get older, because men become more desirable by being powerful. With women, it’s all about how we look. Men are very visual, they want young women. So, for us, it’s all about trying to stay young.”

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