Emilia Clarke of Game of Thrones fame will be making her Broadway debut this month as Holly Golightly in a new adaptation of Truman Capote's Breakfast at Tiffany's which aims to be far more faithful to the novel than the milquetoast Audrey Hepburn film from 1961.
The home where Holly Golightly resided in the Breakfast at Tiffany's movie -with that iconic fire escape, the cat, the mahvelous pahhhties- is up for sale. And for $5.85 million, one of New York's most historic and romantic landmarks is all yours.
Emma Charlton pretended she had terminal cancer and was the editor of Vogue. Before that, she used the name Golightly and operated a gold-digging scam. Now, she will go to jail for defrauding her fiance and grandmother, among others.