How to watch Marilyn Monroe’s most iconic movies, from ‘Some Like It Hot’ to ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’

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Marilyn Monroe in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes."20th Century Fox/TCMWhen you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Marilyn Monroe is well remembered for her iconic movies from the 1950s. Monroe appeared in over 20 films, including hits like "Some Like It Hot" and "The Seven Year Itch." You can rent or buy many of Monroe's best movies to watch online right now. Marilyn Monroe's iconic career as a Hollywood movie star included roles in several award-winning films. Before Monroe's life was cut short in 1962, she established herself by primarily playing "blonde bombshell" characters.Born Norma Jeane…

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Why it might be better to wait and watch the new ‘Star Wars’ series ‘Andor’ in batches of episodes, not every week

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Diego Luna as Cassian Andor and new character Luthen Rael.Lucasfilm / Disney+ "Andor" debuted its first three episodes last week. It reflects how the show's narrative will be broken up in blocks of episodes. It's tempting to wait to watch each block instead of watching one episode every week. Disney+'s new "Star Wars" series, "Andor," debuted its first three episodes last week, and there was something noticeably seamless about watching all three back-to-back.I don't particularly like when TV creators compare their shows to "one long movie," but in the case of "Andor," the first three episodes felt like a single,…

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AMC CEO Adam Aron asks if he should lead the movement to urge a four-day workweek in the US

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Amanda Krause/Insider AMC CEO Adam Aron recently floated the idea of a four-day workweek on his Twitter. Aron said a longer weekend would be better for AMC Theatres.  Up to 75% of box-office traffic is on weekends, according to the National Association of Theatre Owners.  The head of the nation's largest chain of movie theaters wants to know whether Americans could use an extra day off – presumably to indulge in their favorite cinematic pastime – and whether he should be a top advocate for the cause. "Should I be out front urging a 4-day U.S. work week?,"  AMC Theatres CEO Adam…

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