Audrey Hepburn’s script from Breakfast At Tiffany’s is one thing this auction’s got

If you have unlimited means and are a huge fan of Breakfast At Tiffany’s, you may be in luck: BBC News has announced that the personal collection of Audrey Hepburn is about to be auctioned off. In September, Hepburn’s items—including “unique personal objects which have never before been seen on the market”—will go up…

Josh Gad and Chloë Grace Moretz will hit up the Party Of The Century

Taking a break from playing Disney sidekicks, Josh Gad will add his interpretation of Truman Capote to the cinematic canon in the upcoming film Party Of The Century, about the author’s famous Black And White Ball. According to a release, the story is not entirely centered on Capote—instead, it focuses on the romance…

Some weirdo bought Truman Capote’s ashes for $45,000

According to CNN, a portion of Truman Capote’s ashes were sold at an auction this weekend for $45,000. As we reported earlier this summer, the ashes were valued around “$4,000-$6,000” and sealed in a “carved Japanese wooden box” that included the “original cemetary packaging from Westwood Village Mortuary.” The buyer…

Let’s pay a visit to the star-studded Westwood Village Memorial Park

For tourists visiting Hollywood, it can be frustratingly difficult to spot celebrities “in the wild,” so to speak. Sure, a traveler can get lucky and occasionally see a world-famous star patronizing a local restaurant or store, just like a regular person, but this is dicey at best and based purely on coincidence.…

Surely you can’t be serious: 16 movie parodies that still hold up

Parody films are ephemeral by nature. Take Fifty Shades Of Black, the Marlon Wayans Fifty Shades Of Grey parody that comes out this weekend: Based on its trailer, it’s practically guaranteed to feature at least one gag involving someone farting during sex. It’s also practically guaranteed to be forgotten before the…

Judge approves publication of files that “substantially contradict” In Cold Blood

A district court judge has ruled that documents pertaining to the 1959 murder case that inspired Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood may be published by the son of one of the investigating officers. The documents, retained by Kansas Bureau of Investigation agent Harold Nye and passed on to his son Ronald, contradict certain…