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Latest Elizabeth Taylor Items
A prized 1963 Andy Warhol painting that captures the immediate aftermath of a car crash has sold for $105 million at a New York City auction, shattering the record for the famed pop artist amid a spending frenzy at the high end of the art world.
Divorce can be painful and, for some, awfully expensive.
The Hollywood Reporter's list of its 10 best stories of the week:
Elle Fanning does some incredible work as a teenager caught up in the anti-nukes activism of 1960s London in the new coming-of age drama "Ginger & Rosa."
The woman Richard Burton left to marry Elizabeth Taylor has died. Theater producer and nightclub founder Sybil Christopher was 83.
What's a legend? In literature, it's a handed-down narrative that captures a culture. In mapmaking it's a table that explains the symbols, and in show business, it's Barbra Streisand. Even if her music is not your music -- or her politics your politics -- you should grant her legendary status.
Associated Press journalists open their notebooks at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah:
FBI files on Marilyn Monroe that could not be located earlier this year have been found and re-issued, revealing the names of some of the movie star's communist-leaning friends who drew concern from government officials and her own entourage.
"Beautiful Ruins" is a colorful voyage through a village of the Italian Cinque Terre, the labyrinthian vicissitudes of Hollywood and the complicated lives of colorful characters, including the real-life Richard Burton. Jess Walter's new novel consists of three main stories, plus a first chapter of a novel by an American ex-GI, the beginning of a memoir by a failed Hollywood producer and a play.