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Only 17 Talented People Have Achieved EGOT Status
5 Times People Rejected Their Grammy and Oscar Nominations
10 Ways Our Moviegoing Experience Will Change
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VR Horror Movies: A New Way to Be Scared Out of Your Mind
Why aren't 3-D glasses red and blue anymore?
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Vintage film stars did not always go by their real names. Some of the most famous celebrities changed their name before they hit success because their names sounded too ethnic or were hard to pronounce. Read our list of 26 film stars and their actual names.
Being featured in ads in Japan is one way for celebrities to make a buck. Making ads in Japan is also appealing because the reputations of celebrities are protected by secrecy clauses. See our list of 12 Hollywood celebrities who have made ads in Japan.
Marilyn Monroe's later career included such films as "The Seven Year Itch" and "How to Marry a Millionaire." During her later career Marilyn Monroe also married and divorced Joe DiMaggio and married Arthur Miller. Read all about Marilyn Monroe's later films and her life.
By Susan Doll
Do you ever think "How do they get away with that?!" while standing in the supermarket check-out? Tabloids turn small bits of possibly true events into incredible stories, but they also know where to draw the line. Find out how tabloids avoid lawsuits and still manage to publish those wacky page-turners.