03:51 PM EDT 12/08/2015
Originally posted 12/02/2015 05:05PM
She's the ethereal actress an entire generation of leading men fell in love with, and now nearly 23 years after her death, even Orlando Bloom says he was in love with Audrey Hepburn.
Originally posted 10/18/2015 02:30PM
Odds are, you couldn't pick Marni Nixon out of a lineup, but you know her voice very well. The 85-year-old soprano is the secret behind Deborah Kerr's high notes in An Affair to Remember, Natalie Wood's "pretty" pop in West Side Story and Audrey Hepburn's delightful lyricism in My Fair Lady.
Originally posted 07/17/2015 04:40PM
The iconic New York City brownstone featured in the film version of Truman Capote's classic romantic comedy Breakfast at Tiffany's has sold once again – for a staggering $7.4 million.
Originally posted 06/23/2015 08:00PM
Celebrated for her doe-eyed innocence and iconic chic, there was another side to Audrey Hepburn that few people ever saw.
Originally posted 06/23/2015 09:00AM
Although Audrey Hepburn has always been held up as a model of thinness, her son reveals that the root of her thin physique was her extreme malnourishment during the war.
Originally posted 06/18/2015 03:30PM
Behind the little black dress and oversize sunglasses was an Audrey Hepburn that very few knew. The star of Breakfast at Tiffany's, who left Hollywood behind in the late '60s to focus on having a family, was also a mom who loved big plates of pasta, small bites of chocolate and quiet nights at home in front of the TV, eating her favorite junk food – pasta with ketchup.
Originally posted 05/27/2015 03:00PM
Audrey Hepburn's sons have still not divvied up all of their mother's treasures, 22 years after her death.
Originally posted 08/12/2014 01:00PM
The iconic star's granddaughter, 20, lands her first fashion cover
Originally posted 02/25/2014 08:20AM
Of all the awards shows this season, the Oscars provide the best opportunity for the winners to whip out a classic trophy kiss. The Emmy is too spiky and the Golden Globe makes you look megalomaniacal, but the Oscar statue is just right – a friendly little man made entirely out of gold. Who wouldn't want to kiss him?
But not all Oscar kisses are created equally.
Just as kissing a human requires a hundred instant mental calculations – Cheek or lips? How much tongue? – so does kissing an Oscar. Below, a look at some of the ways Oscar winners have chosen to smooch their statue at their moment of triumph.
Originally posted 02/13/2014 06:00PM
If an EGOT – the elusive combination of Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony that only 11 individuals have ever claimed – is one of Hollywood's highest honors, then it stands to reason that a BEGOT (that's an EGOT plus a BAFTA, and yes we did just make it up) is an even more impressive accomplishment. It's one better, is it not?
By our count, a mere four people have ever completed a BEGOT, and shockingly, only two of them were Brits: Audrey Hepburn, John Gielgud, Mike Nichols and Whoopi Goldberg. Still, nearly every artist in Hollywood should aspire towards a BEGOT (once they hear about it, that is), and Sunday night's BAFTA Film Awards offer a number of artists the chance to check off the next box in the BEGOT checklist.
Below, see the five stars working on their BEGOTs at the 2014 BAFTAs. Only one of them is British, which just goes to show you that the BEGOTs belong to us all, guv'nah.
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