Apparently Hollywood royalty _____________________ (Aging just about permanent A list mostly movie actress who is an Academy Award winner/nominee) thinks it is not only okay for a woman to molest her tween stepson, but she thinks that is what an empowered woman does.
This is why our actress (without noticing how far up her own ass her head is) decided to make a movie paying tribute to that woman who is an Old Hollywood A lister who was an Academy Award winner/nominee. She notoriously raped her own tween stepson, the son of a famous director.
The director reportedly caught them in bed together and divorced the actress.
The director has been attacked for years due to his relationship with a teenage actress who was murdered in her later years.
However, neither the director nor the teenage actress were related to each other.
Family friends of our Old Hollywood actress and the director said the actress kept her stepson “groomed” and tending to her every whim during their time together.
The world would collectively castrate any actor who did such a thing to his tween stepdaughter, but apparently that is romantic if it is a woman.
Actress: Annette Bening
Old Hollywood A lister: Gloria Grahame
Last husband / also her Stepson: Anthony Ray
Director: Nicholas Ray
Teenage actress: Natalie Wood
Over the course of her career, Grahame became increasingly concerned with her physical appearance. She was particularly concerned with the appearance of her upper lip which she felt was too thin and had ridges that were too deep. To remedy this, Grahame began stuffing cotton or wads of tissues between her lip and teeth to give the appearance of fullness which she felt gave her a sexier look. Several co-stars discovered this after filming kissing scenes with Grahame as the tissue or cotton would often transfer to their mouths. In the mid-1940s, Grahame began undergoing small cosmetic procedures on her lips and face. According to her niece, Vicky Mitchum, Grahame’s obsession with her looks led her to undergo more cosmetic procedures that rendered her upper lip largely immobile because of nerve damage. Mitchum said, “Over the years, she [Grahame] carved herself up, trying to make herself into an image of beauty she felt should exist but didn’t. Others saw her as a beautiful person but she never did, and crazy things spread from that.”
Grahame was married four times and had four children. Her first marriage was to actor Stanley Clements in August 1945. They divorced in June 1948. The day after her divorce from Clements was finalized, Grahame married director Nicholas Ray. They had a son, Timothy, in November 1948. After several separations and reconciliations, Grahame and Ray divorced in 1952. Grahame’s third marriage was to writer and television producer Cy Howard. They married in August 1954 and had a daughter, Marianna Paulette in 1956. Grahame filed for divorce from Howard in May 1957, citing mental cruelty. Their divorce was finalized in November 1957.
Grahame’s fourth and final marriage was to actor Anthony “Tony” Ray, the son of her second husband Nicholas Ray and his first wife Jean Evans; Anthony Ray was her former stepson. Their relationship reportedly began when Tony Ray was 13 years old and Grahame was still married to his father (which effectively ended the marriage when Nicholas Ray caught the two in bed together). The two reconnected in 1958 and married in Tijuana, Mexico in May, 1960. The couple would go on to have two children: Anthony, Jr. (born 1963) and James (born 1965).- Source
How Natalie Wood Seduced Her Way Into ‘Rebel Without a Cause’
The then 16-year-old actress, whose death investigation was recently reopened, segued into adult roles — and behavior — on the James Dean picture.
For Wood, 16, who’d been in 20 films since she was 5, getting the part of Judy would be her chance to transition to adult roles. The problem was that every actress from Debbie Reynolds to Jayne Mansfield was being considered.
But between the time Wood interviewed with director Nicholas Ray, 44, and did a screen test, they’d become lovers rendezvousing in a Chateau Marmont bungalow.
This still didn’t seal her getting the part, though.
According to Wood in a 1974 interview, on a drunken night out with Dennis Hopper, she was in a car crash, and Ray came to the hospital, where the doctor called Wood a “goddamn juvenile delinquent.” She yelled: “Did you hear what he called me, Nick? He called me a goddamn juvenile delinquent! Now do I get the part?”
Whether this worked or not, Ray did write a memo to Warner Bros. that read: “We just spent three days testing 32 kids. There is only one girl who has shown the capacity to play Judy, and she is Natalie Wood.”
It was a wise decision: The teenager would go on to receive the first of her three Oscar nominations. – Source