Producer of movie allegedly about Lindsay Lohan denies connection. The film that has been reported to be based about Lindsay Lohan’s life is not about Lindsay Lohan, writer/producer Charles Casillo said. After learning that the troubled starlet’s family is planning a lawsuit over the film “Dogs in Pocketbooks,” Casillo is now saying that it’s never been about the Lindsay. Casillo previously told Page 6 that the film, starring model/heiress Lydia Hearst, will be about a “bratty movie goddess in and out of rehab, in trouble with the law, and hounded by greedy agents, prefatory paparazzi, off-the-wall stalkers and crazed media.” He also cleared that the film is “in no way mean-spirited towards Lindsay. It’s the kind of thing she has spoofed about herself in the past. It’s more of a satire about the crazy people about her.” And as expected, Lindsay’s mom Dina, who has a reputation of threatening lawsuit against anyone she thinks has mentioned her daughter’s name, is thinking of suing the producers of the film for using Lindsay’s likeness without her being compensated. Casillo is now saying that everything is “totally blown out of proportion.” He told our source that the character is a amalgam of troubled young starlets like Lindsay, Paris Hilton and Britney Spears, as well as screen icons like Marilyn Monroe and Jean Harlow. “Dogs in Pocketbooks” will film in February.
Actor Tony Curtis, 85, Dies Of Cardiac Arrest. “Some Like It Hot” star Tony Curtis died of cardiopulmonary arrest last Wednesday night in Henderson, Nevada. He was 85. Curtis made 100 movies during his Hollywood career and was an Oscar award nominee for his role as convict-escapee in the 1958 film “The Defiant Ones.” After a three-year stint with the navy followed by acting workshops, Curtis became a contract player at Universal at 24. In 1952, he made his first starring role with “Son of Ali Baba” followed by “Houdini” the next year. His movies from 1956 to 1959 paired him with Hollywood biggies Burt Lancaster, Marilyn Monroe (“Some Like It Hot,” 1959), Cary Grant, Kirk Douglas (“Spartacus”, 1960), Frank Sinatra, Sidney Poitier, Jack Lemmon, Natalie Wood, and Janet Leigh, his wife for 11 years. After playing as “The Boston Strangler” in 1968, he was relegated to doing feature and TV films, appearing on TV sit-coms, dramatic series and talk shows.
One of the big shocks of the 20th century, was that our nations sex symbol, Marilyn Monroe, claimed she never achieved orgasm by any of her famous lovers (John F. Kennedy, Frank Sinatra, Joe DiMaggio, etc.). It wasn’t until shortly before her death (age 36) she told her psychiatrist, Dr. Ralph Greenson, “Bless you doctor—all the years I had never had one. What wasted years. How can I describe to you, a man, what it feels like to a woman? Think of a light switch with irheostat control. As you begin to turn it on, the bulb begins to get bright, then brighter, and brighter and finally in a blinding flash is fully lit. It is so good…” Yeah, we know Marilyn!
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