Celebrating Marilyn Monroe and the Legends of Hollywood’s Golden Age in Honor of the 53rd Anniversary of Marilyn’s Death
Fans Around the Globe Tune in and Hundred’s Expected at Historic Hollywood Hang Out!
HERMOSA BEACH, CA / CRWEPRESSRELEASE / July 31, 2015 / Millions of devoted fans will commemorate the 53rd Anniversary of Marilyn Monroe’s death on August 5, 2015. As an early kick-off celebration to salute the life and works of Marilyn and stars from the Golden Age of Hollywood, Goodnight Marilyn Radio will air a LIVE “Hooray for Hollywood” radio event, hosted by Nina Boski, from the famous FORMOSA Café in West Hollywood on Tuesday, August 4, 2015 from 11:00 am-2:00 pm PST.
Thousands of listeners and hundreds of fans are expected to participate in the live festivities and hear behind the scene stories, memories and untold secrets from Hollywood stars and insiders, Marilyn’s personal contacts, and the renowned and newly formed Investigation team looking to re-open Marilyn’s case.
As the Hollywood hot spot to the stars, the illustrious Formosa Café is famous for hosting the biggest celebrities of Hollywood’s Golden Age: Elvis Presley, Elizabeth Taylor, Marlon Brando, Dean Martin, Grace Kelly and many others; but most recognizably the filming of Marilyn Monroe’s legendary comedy “Some Like It Hot,” where Marilyn spent much of her time at booth #5. So if there’s “no business like show business” then there’s “no café like the historic Formosa Café” where the walls have had eyes and ears for over 50 years! So come get the inside scoop as Goodnight Marilyn Radiotakes you on a remarkable journey through Hollywood’s Golden Age.
Joining us will be Vince Jung, owner of the Formosa who will expose the mystery of what’s been hiding under the floors of the Formosa Cafe; acclaimed director Mark Rydell, and veteran actors Ed Asner and Kevin Dobson will share their behind the scenes Hollywood experiences; notorious photographer Douglas Kirkland reveals timeless stories of his close encounter and work with Marilyn; hear tales from a host of other classic Hollywood Stars and Marilyn fan club president, Greg Shriner; interact with the variety of Marilyn Impersonators….plus many more amazing surprise appearances! And of course, you the public are invited to share in the festivities at the newly remodeled Formosa Café, atop their amazing new rooftop deck!
Adding to the excitement of the celebration will be new updates for the upcoming feature film, “Goodnight Marilyn,” set to be directed by Drew Ann Rosenberg, and produced by media veteran, Nina Boski and notable Hollywood independent producers, Ron Singer and Scott Reed. “Goodnight Marilyn” isn’t just another biopic. With a film noir essence, the movie creates a unique perspective that delves deep into the mysterious events of the last three days of Marilyn’s life from the perspective of a private detective,” says producer Boski. “The characters have insatiable ambition which compels them to reinvent their lives. Our film pleads the question, ‘How far would you go to make your dreams come true?’”
Intrigue around the movie continues to escalate as renowned specialists continue to join the real-life INVESTIGATION TEAM that seeks to re-open the cold case of Marilyn Monroe’s death. The event will shine even brighter as you take part in the unbelievable announcement of who will be the next heavy hitter joining The INVESTIGATION TEAM. You’ll find this block buster team vetting fact from fiction on Goodnight Marilyn Radio, and their upcoming investigative reality TV Show, The Investigation Room. Esteemed members of the Investigation Team include: Dr. Cyril Wecht and Dr. Michael Baden (world’s most renowned forensic pathologists), Dr. Reef Karim (prominent psychiatrist), Dr. Scott Bonn (criminologist & suicide expert), Ricky Jones (Government & Law), Owen “Skip” McOmber (ex‐LAPD homicide), Darrell Connerton (ex‐CIA) and Gary Vitacco‐Robles (Marilyn expert and author of the critically acclaimed biography of Marilyn, “ICON: The Life, Times and Films of Marilyn Monroe”).
VoiceAmerica Talk Radio Network hosts Goodnight Marilyn Radio, and houses NFL Network, Major League Baseball and Netflix. VoiceAmerica reaches over five million people monthly in more than 450 markets in over 60 countries via a global services platform anchored by owned fiber networks on three continents and connected by extensive undersea facilities. Goodnight Marilyn Radio Show host and Entertainment/Lifestyle Expert Nina Boski’s past guests have included entertainment celebrities Steve Carell, Patrick Dempsey, Susan Sarandon, Hilary Swank, director Dennis Dugan and Rob Reiner, to name a few; as well as renowned bestselling authors Dr. Wayne Dyer, Marianne Williamson, James Van Praagh, and Dr. Joe Dispenza.
For more information about the event or interviews contact: Jenna at 310-567-5433 or email@example.com.
About Goodnight Marilyn:
The morning of August 5, 1962, the world awoke to the shocking news: Marilyn Monroe found dead. The circumstances surrounding her death has become one of the most debated conspiracy theories in history. Was it an accident, or something more? Who did she call in her final hours? What really happened that fateful night in her Brentwood home?
“Goodnight Marilyn” artfully blends fact with fiction shining a new and unique perspective on the events of the last three days of Marilyn Monroe’s life from the point of view of a young fledgling private detective, Lou Morgan.
Like so many who come to Hollywood, Lou has a dream, a dream of being a screenwriter. While not tapping away at the keys of his Smith-Corona, he gets by working part-time, mainly as a private investigator. In August of 1962, just as Lou is ready to give up his dream, he lands a lucrative job.
Instead of just another P.I. gig, however, Lou finds himself thrust into a world of celebrity and political intrigue that he could have only dreamed of, rubbing elbows with the Hollywood elite as well as some of the most high profile and influential people of the era: Marilyn Monroe, President John F. Kennedy, and Attorney Robert F. Kennedy. The dream is soon shattered when Morgan finds himself an unwilling participant in one of the most intricate assassination plots of all time.
Through Morgan’s story, Goodnight Marilyn sheds new light on the mystery of what may have conspired in the days leading up to and that fateful night in her Brentwood home and unfolds the hidden story of the conspirators involved with her death.
EMOTIONAL THEME OF THE MOVIE: The main theme of the movie deals with the notion that everybody has a dream and just as dreams can come true, dreams can be shattered in a blink of an eye. The lead characters, from Lou Morgan, a struggling screenwriter and part time private eye and Cherie Winters, an up and coming actress to the iconic Marilyn Monroe are engaged in the reinventing of their lives. But in the world of Hollywood such as in life, dreams don’t always come true, or if they do, they may not last…
How far would you go to make your dream come true?
SOURCE: Goodnight Marilyn