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Elizabeth Taylor jewellery exhibition in London – tiny, but priceless just like the late star herself
@Corbis Christie’s auction house in London played host to some of Elizabeth Taylor‘s stunning jewellery collection over the past weekend, before they go under the hammer, along with costumes, haute couture and art pieces, in New York in December. Among … Continue reading
The news hasn’t exactly come as a surprise but it’s saddening all the same – Elizabeth Taylor has died in Los Angeles at the age of 79. Born in north London in 1932, she was in the public eye from … Continue reading
Since it was Pancake Day yesterday, there’s only one type of chest deserving of today’s spot. But then I featured Keira Knightley only a few weeks ago… Miaow!! So instead I’ve chosen a star with a little more frontage, although … Continue reading
I wanted to feature a celebration of outstanding women in the film industry to mark the International Women’s Day Centenary today. But there are so many women deserving of acknowledgement, and no time to list them all. So I’ve pulled … Continue reading
Both a comedy and a weepie, the Louisiana-set Steel Magnolias is above all a film about female friendship and loyalty and strength in the face of tragedy. It’s based on the stage play by Robert Harling who was inspired to … Continue reading
Last night I saw the fabulous Joan Collins in conversation at the BFI. Her special guest appearance was tied in to the BFI’s current Paul Newman season, and followed a screening of the Newman film in which she co-starred – … Continue reading
You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video Regardless of how you might take Kate Winslet’s risqué tips on bagging that Academy Award, there are some simple rules to securing an Oscar. Let’s look at the … Continue reading
Throughout the 1960s, cinema’s royal couple Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton created some brilliant, beguiling and occasionally bewildering films – some of which were adapted from classic plays: Edward Albee’s shout-fest Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (catch it on Sky … Continue reading