Somebody coughed up $137,000 for a dress once worn by Vivien Leigh during the filming of Gone with the Wind.
Terrible news if you're all dressed up in your drapes with nowhere to go: It's the 75th anniversary of the premiere of Gone with the Wind, and there's little fuss being raised besides a flurry of think pieces. Thank God.
Not sure how this happened, but I'm certainly not going to argue with it: Little Women has crept onto the list of America's ten favorite books, settling into the number eight spot. Meanwhile, Atlas Shrugged got bumped. Put one up on the big board for Jo March!
As if once wasn’t enough, the infamous and complicated Gone With The Wind character Mammy will get a spin-off book 75 years later. *slow clap*
A college at Cambridge University has been forced to revamp its annual spring dance, after complaints that their original inspiration was, well, racist. The objectionable subject matter? Gone with the Wind. Again, this is 2014 and these were students at the United Kingdom's Cambridge University, not Ole Miss.
If you have a huge pile of money just sitting on your kitchen table collecting cockroaches, you might want to consider putting in a bid for the blue accordion-pleated silk sleeping gown Scarlett O’Hara was wearing when Bonnie Blue Butler falls off the pony (and, spoiler alert, dies) in Gone with the Wind. How else…
Do you care if a guy opens the door for you? If he pulls your chair out at dinner? Well a British dating site, DatingDirect.com, surveyed 1,000 British men, and whether you like it or not they enjoy being chivalrous. According to the Times of London, 56% of British dudes "enjoy" paying for dinner on a date, and 34% of…