Kate Winslet wore a pubic wig for her role in “The Reader” because she couldn't grow enough hair down there for an authentic 1950s style.
After being in Batman Begins, Katie Holmes turned down the offer to reprise her role as Rachel Dawes in “The Dark Knight”, in order to be in “Mad Money.”
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Helena Bonham Carter’s maternal grandfather Eduardo Propper de Callejón saved thousands of Jews from the Holocaust during World War II.
Anne Hathaway wanted to be a nun when she was younger.
Carrie Fisher wore no underwear in StarWars because George Lucas convinced her “there is no underwear in outer space.”
Contrary to popular belief Marilyn Monroe was nowhere near a ‘plus’ size 12-16, she was closer to a US size 0/UK size 8.
For her role in “The Brothers Grimm,” Lena Headey had to lick a real toad. She didn’t get a latex replacement. She did it and later commented that it hardly had any taste. The problem was with the texture.
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Tauriel (Evangeline Lilly) does not feature in the Lord of the Rings Trilogy because her character was made-up by Peter Jackson. He met Lilly after he finished filming the first trilogy and liked her so much he promised to include her in Hobbit. When they started filming Hobbit, he called her to bring Tauriel’s character to life.
Before Katy Perry hit it big in 2007 with “One of the Boys,” she was a Christian artist under her given name, Katy Hudson. At the age of 16, she released a Christian rock album that sold less than 200 copies.
In 2005, Kate Winslet joked that acting in a Holocaust movie guarantees an Oscar. Four years later, she won her first and only Oscar for her role in The Reader.