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The red-head replaces Naomi Watts to portray the beloved actress in Andrew Dominik's 'Blonde'.
A pair of earrings which was worn by Monroe at the premiere of the Burt Lancaster film 'The Rose Tattoo' in 1955 has been auctioned off at $185,000.
The items, which consist of X-rays as well as a set of doctor's notes which are believed to be Monroe's, are expected to be sold between $15,000 and $30,000.
Thousands of negatives of Monroe, which were shot by photographer Milton H. Greene, will go under the hammer later this month and are expected to fetch $300,000.
The 'Man of Steel' actress stars alongside Christoph Waltz in the Tim Burton-directed drama about painter Margaret Keane.
Paul Schrader says that working with Lindsay is full of 'tantrums, absences, neediness, psychodrama,' but the drama caused by the actress is paid off with her acting skill.
Mannequins, display cases and several photos of the iconic actress are stolen ahead of exhibition in Prague Castle.
The other historical documents that will be put under the hammer Dwight D. Eisenhower's handwritten letters during World War II and photo albums exchanged by Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini.
Clarifying a statement she made in an interview with Esquire, the 'This Is 40' star admits, 'I was not always speaking eloquently during this interview and this miscommunication is my fault.'
LiLo reenacts the iconic scene from 'The Seven Year Itch' that features Marilyn standing on the pavement with the wind blowing her dress.
Newly-unveiled documents mention that the Federal Bureau constantly monitored the 'Some Like It Hot' actress in the years before her death due to her closeness to some people with leftist views.
The actress who passed away last year had her biggest earning from the auction of her personal belongings.
The French festival has chosen Monroe as the face in its official poster, which is also designed to pay homage to the 50th anniversary of the actress' death.
McPhee's Karen starts singing '20th Century Fox Mambo' in a rehearsal before she transforms into the late iconic star in order to prove that she deserves the lead role in an upcoming Broadway play.
Setting the record straight, lawyer Ira Rothken says in a statement that to his knowledge, the husband of Alicia Keys 'was never involved in any meaningful way' with the company.