breakfast at tiffanys

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I’ve never been a big fan of “Breakfast At Tiffany’s” fan, but I will always be a fan of Audrey Hepburn herself. Who wouldn’t be? Aside from her incredible film career, she survived the Nazi occupation of Holland during World War II and later dedicated much of her life to humanitarian work. She seemed like… READ MORE »


Entertainment

If I see another Holly Golightly poster on a bedroom wall, I am going to scream.

I just have to come out and say it: I am so done with the endless idolizing of Holly. I know she’s iconic and so is “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” the 1961 film starring Audrey Hepburn. But Holly… READ MORE »


Entertainment

Last night, The Frisky staff took a little field trip to Times Square to see the new Broadway play, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” which is, of course, based on the Truman Capote novela of the same name. (There’s also a little movie version starring Audrey Hepburn that you’ve probably heard of, but the play stuck closer… READ MORE »


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Earlier this month, Lizzy, a seven-year-old corgi, got fired from a West End production of “The Audience” starring Helen Mirren after she failed to make her mark in “16 consecutive preview performance nights.” She was replaced by a younger rival named Coco. (The corgi, I mean, not Helen Mirren.)

This week, on the… READ MORE »


Celebs

Tina Fey’s on the cover of the latest Entertainment Weekly all done up as America’s favorite prostitute, Holly Golightly from “Breakfast At Tiffany’s.” And you thought she was too much of a class act to show her pussy on the cover of a magazine, didn’t you? [Entertainment Weekly] … READ MORE »


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We interrupt this blog roll to bring you news of an important new study: A recent Radio Times poll asked men and women to rate their favorite female film icons, and astoundingly, men rated Ursula Andress as Honey Ryder number one, whereas women chose Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly. Judging from the number of “Breakfast… READ MORE »


Style

In the 1961 classic “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” Audrey Hepburn’s character, Holly Golightly, flits around New York City wearing Givenchy dresses and oversized shades. Many a woman has since tried to pull off Holly’s look, particularly the big sunglasses. The sunnies are supposedly a discontinued Ray-Ban style, so the movie’s title character, Tiffany & Co., has… READ MORE »


News

Was Holly Golightly Really a Prostitute?The New Yorker wonders. A British stage production of Truman Capote’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s prompted the Telegraph to ask the same question. After the jump, what The New Yorker uncovered. … READ MORE »


Style

And please don’t say “Sex & The City.” Just in time for Fashion Week, Turner Classic Movies has released its list of their top 15 “favorite fashion trendsetting classic films” and we easily agree with their picks (and not just because we’re related). There’s simply no match for Faye Dunaway’s tams and pencil skirts in… READ MORE »


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Women love movies. Dudes love movies too. Unfortunately, women and men don’t always love the same movies — that’s why we once vetoed a dude because he couldn’t see the cinematic power of Fear. When you’ve got a boyfriend or even when you’re just going on a date with someone new, going to the cinema… READ MORE »