R.I.P. child star Sybil Jason-- Alt Film Guide
Watching The Hurricane (1937) during a hurricane— The Most Beautiful Fraud in the World
Monty of All Good Things is hosting a musicals tournament! Check it out— Singin’ and Dancing Back in Time
Scarlett Johanssen dresses up as classic movie icons. The Buster Keaton shots are weird!-- Old Hollywood Glamour
A fascinating review of The Light in the Piazza (1962)— Who Can Turn the World Off With Her Smile
Thank you very kindly for the shout-out! The Buster Keaton shots are indeed weird, but there's no denying Johanssen makes a very dishy Marlene. They're overall unique choices for a vintage film photoshoot, you have to hand her that!ReplyDelete
Laura--I think SJ has the right body and face for this kind of a shoot--a classic figure you could say. She does make a great Marlene. The Keaton shots blew me away though. What a great idea to gender bend a bit. I'm so glad they didn't just do Marilyn Monroe and all the other usual names.ReplyDelete
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