Marilyn Monroe

Filmmaker Andrew Dominik is proud to have "outraged so many people" in his refusal to portray Monroe as an "empowered woman."
The reality star admitted she anticipated controversy over her 2022 Met Gala look before she even hit the red carpet.
It likely has something to do with the "Riverdale" actor's comments about Kim Kardashian.
Come for de Armas, and you'll have to answer to Pitt.
"Based on the trailer alone, it looks like Ana was a great casting choice as she captures Marilyn’s glamour, humanity and vulnerability," a spokesman told Variety.
“Marilyn Monroe only exists on the screen,” the actor says in the trailer for the upcoming Netflix biopic.
“I assumed -- and I say this with real embarrassment -- because she had come from Cuba, that she had just arrived," Curtis said of her "Knives Out" co-star.
"There were handlers in gloves that put it on me," the reality TV icon told "Today" in an interview, adding that she wore the gown for just four minutes in total.
The dress's owner, Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, insists Kardashian returned the iconic garment "in the same condition it started in" following the Met Gala.
The NC-17 film, which director Andrew Dominik promises has "something in it to offend everyone," drops Sept. 23 on Netflix.