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Constance Bennett Facts
July 24, 2024 Byron Fast

Wily Facts About Constance Bennett, The Hollywood Fox

There’s a reason Constance Bennett's nickname was “Pollyanna Borgia”: She looked pretty and harmless, but she was ruthless.
Carole Landis Facts
July 24, 2024 Brendan Da Costa

Suspicious Facts About Carole Landis, The Tragic Blonde

Before Marilyn Monroe, Hollywood's most infamous blonde bombshell was Carole Landis, but sadly, her story was even more tragic.
Gail Russell Facts
July 24, 2024 Byron Fast

Intoxicating Facts About Gail Russell, Hollywood’s Most Reluctant Star

Actress Gail Russell never really wanted the spotlight—but when it found her, the consequences were absolutely devastating.
Marlene Dietrich Facts
July 24, 2024 Rachel Seigel

Sultry Facts About Marlene Dietrich, Hollywood's Femme Fatale

After becoming a star in Germany, Marlene Dietrich moved to Hollywood—but the glamorous screen siren was hiding an utterly dark and disturbing secret.
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July 23, 2024 Eul Basa

These Nepo Babies Are Hollywood's Next Big Stars

With every generation of celebrities, the limelight will always shine on "nepo babies" first—these people were born into money, with their paths paved by the reputations of their distinguished relatives.
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July 22, 2024 Jack Hawkins

The Best Movie Endings Ever Made

Sometimes movies just seem to “end” unexpectedly and that can be a blessing! Other times, we’re blown away by a movie ending that seems to leave us in our seats for a few seconds afterward. These are the movies that we remember.
Alfred Hitchcock Film Facts
July 19, 2024 Rachel Seigel

42 Thrilling Facts about Alfred Hitchcock Movies

Alfred Hitchcock was an English director and producer whose films were among the most influential in the history of film. He helped shape the thriller genre and over the course of 60 years, he directed 53 films.
Winnie the Pooh Facts
July 19, 2024 Vicki Lee

Silly Old Facts About Winnie The Pooh

This willy-nilly, silly old bear endeared himself to audiences young and old as soon as he made his first appearance in 1924. The Winnie the Pooh universe has since garnered a cult following—and his fame seems to be as enduring

I coulda been a contender.

— Marlon Brando as Terry Malloy in "On the Waterfront" (1954)
Written by Budd Schulberg.


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July 23, 2024 Eul Basa

These Unscripted Reality TV Moments Had Us Shook

There have been several moments in the crazy world of reality television that viewers will never forget.
Grant Thompson Facts
July 19, 2024 Kyle Climans

Memorable Facts About Grant Thompson, The King Of Random

Grant Thompson Facts. YouTube celebrity Grant Thompson very tragically passed away on July 29. Here are facts about his accomplishments, life, and legacy.
Johnny Carson Facts
July 16, 2024 Mehroo S.

Candid Facts About Johnny Carson, The King Of Late-Night

Johnny Carson of The Tonight Show was maybe the greatest entertainer in history—but there was an incredibly pained man behind that desk.
Karl Lagerfeld Facts
July 2, 2024 Eva Blanchefleur

Fashionable Facts About Karl Lagerfeld

Karl Lagerfeld was famously in love with his blue-eyed cat Choupette, but most people don’t realize that he technically stole her.

Constance Bennett Facts
July 24, 2024 Byron Fast

Wily Facts About Constance Bennett, The Hollywood Fox

There’s a reason Constance Bennett's nickname was “Pollyanna Borgia”: She looked pretty and harmless, but she was ruthless.
Carole Landis Facts
July 24, 2024 Brendan Da Costa

Suspicious Facts About Carole Landis, The Tragic Blonde

Before Marilyn Monroe, Hollywood's most infamous blonde bombshell was Carole Landis, but sadly, her story was even more tragic.
Gail Russell Facts
July 24, 2024 Byron Fast

Intoxicating Facts About Gail Russell, Hollywood’s Most Reluctant Star

Actress Gail Russell never really wanted the spotlight—but when it found her, the consequences were absolutely devastating.
Marlene Dietrich Facts
July 24, 2024 Rachel Seigel

Sultry Facts About Marlene Dietrich, Hollywood's Femme Fatale

After becoming a star in Germany, Marlene Dietrich moved to Hollywood—but the glamorous screen siren was hiding an utterly dark and disturbing secret.