News 1 - 6 of 6
Taking as much as $606,000 at a charity auction, the 10 rare stamps benefit Audrey Hepburn Children's Fund and UNICEF Germany among others.
The actress was thrilled when Paramount Studios bosses agreed to dust off the original reel of 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' for her although it was later ruined by her ill-mannered friends.
Due to the cancellation, the 'Gladiator' star took advantage of his night off by spending quality time with his kids.
The comedian is adamant that Steve Guttenberg, Kim Cattrall and Sharon Stone should not be brought back to the new movie.
Tapped to play in a reworking of the 1964 musical where Audrey Hepburn played Eliza Doolittle, Emma Thompson says she couldn't stand Hepburn's 'twee' portrayal.
Occasionally called as the next Audrey Hepburn, Carey Mulligan says that it is embarrassing and making her feels like an ogre 'Shrek'.