Your Week in Pin Up Issue 54: The Wonder Woman Edition

5 June 2017

Hint: They’re Not All Superheroes. Or Women

OK, So We’ll Start in Themyscira

Because, Wonder Woman. But, seriously, the film also set a record as the highest single day gross for a movie directed by a woman EVER. And the biggest opening day for a female comic book superhero film. Oh, and the biggest opening weekend for a film directed by a woman.

And, according to a Forbes article Saturday morning, recapping opening day:

Fun fact, had men been barred from Wonder Woman screenings last night, the film still would have grossed more than the entire opening weekend of King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.


These Gorgeous Photos from World War II

Because men can be pin ups too.

From a new book published by Taschen.

That’s Montgomery Clift, Honey!

The amazing 1961 film The Misfits was on cable the other night. Clark Gable, Montgomery Clift, Eli Wallach, and, of course, Marilyn Monroe. I’ve loved the film since I was a kid.

The showing was part of a Turner Classics Movie Spotlight on Clark Gable, who died just days after filming completed in November 1960 at age 59. It was the last film completed by both Gable and Monroe.

BTW, TCM is featuring Audrey Hepburn Mondays and Gay Hollywood Thursdays for the entire month of June.

The Google Doodle from June 3rd

Celebrating the incomparable Josephine Baker.

This. GIF.



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