Eva Green at the press conference for 300: Rise of an Empire
Marilyn interviewed at the LA Airport Lounge, February 25, 1956. Having spent 1955 in the northeastern region of U.S., Marilyn returned to Hollywood to film ‘Bus Stop.’
why don’t you crush what’s left of my soul - 3/25
Ava Gardner & Gregory Peck - On the beach, The great sinner, The snows of Kilimanjaro
Being a Dolce & Gabbana woman means… knowing how to be elegant and sensual at the same time.
Chiwetel Ejiofor photographed by Kwaku Alston for Essence.
This is to those of you who felt that he didn’t talk about transgender people enough and to those who keep bashing on him while he is only saying kind words towards your community. There are plenty more of these, and plenty more of him thanking transgender people.
Rest in Peace William Horatio Powell | July 29th, 1892 – March 5th, 1984
William Powell, the dapper, sophisticated leading man of scores of films during the 1930s and 1940s and the wise-cracking detective in “Thin Man” movie series, died today. He was 91. Powell died at 5:45am of “old age”. The attending physician, Dr. Irving Hirshleifer said, “The old gentleman went very nicely, with his wife Diana holding his hand until the very end.” Powell, perhaps best known for his role as the suave detective Nick Charkes, despite the old age, retained the deep resonant voice that, along with his impeccable attire, contributed to his stature as a dashing leading man. | Spokane Chronicle; Mar 5, 1984
“Powell is to dialogue as Fred Astaire is to dance. His delivery is so droll and insinuating, so knowing and innocent at the same time, that it hardly matters what he’s saying. | Roger Ebert
“Sleep tight, Angel | Evy