The 1958 Academy Awards held at Pantages Theater in Hollywood, California. It’s the most wonderful time of the year, Awards Season! And we have finally made it to the big one, The 92nd Academy Awards. With Oscar fever hitting Hollywood, here are 10 facts about the big award show that you may not know! Walt Disney … Continue reading 10 facts about The Oscars that you may not know!
My first taste of the classic film All About Eve and the woman that was Bette Davis came about when I was visiting Madame Tussauds in Hollywood at 14 years old.
As an actor and movie buff, I have something almost sinful to admit; I have never seen a Quentin Tarantino film.
Grace Kelly was an actress, a style icon and a European Princess. One of the most iconic actresses of the 20th century and whose life was on show for the world to watch. But there was something always so elusive about Her Serene Highness. She left you wanting to know more about her. And although … Continue reading Hollywoodland Presents: 8 Facts You Didn’t Know About Grace Kelly!
When The Philadelphia Story was released in 1940, it was a surprise box office and critical hit and 'box office poison' Katharine Hepburn's career was revived. So it was no surprise that 15 years later, MGM wanted to recreate the magic (and we all thought this was a new Hollywood trick!). Except this time, The Philadelphia Story became a movie musical called High Society.
Audrey Hepburn has been revered as one of the most beautiful and fashionable actresses of all time. But there was more than beauty and glamour to this Belgium born icon.
The Philadelphia Story is the type of movie that rarely needs an introduction. If you call yourself a movie buff, this movie has been on your watch list before.
Marilyn Monroe is still to this day, one of the biggest movie stars of all time. She was bigger than any of her movies, one of the rare actors to ever achieve that status. Nearly 60 years after her death, the real Marilyn still eludes her fans. Here are 10 surprising facts you may not … Continue reading Hollywoodland Presents: 10 surprising facts you didn’t know about Marilyn Monroe!
By the end of 1939, production was complete and the world was eagerly awaiting the release of Gone with the Wind.
Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh as Rhett and Scarlett in Gone with the Wind. After an exhausting two year search, the casting was finally complete for Gone with the Wind. Pre-production was well underway for the most talked about film in Hollywood. The next challenge that producer David O. Selznick faced was finding someone who … Continue reading Hollywoodland Reviews: Gone with the Wind – Part Two!