A few weeks ago I did a Classic Hotties profile on Audrey Hepburn, the legendary star of BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S, which is considered one of the classic movies of the 1960s despite the fact that it strays quite a bit from the original Truman Capote novella it's based on. For one thing, the book's version of the Holly Golightly character was a little more than just a quirky coffee shop girl. It portrays her as a frequent companion to rich men, who dote on her with gifts and money. The book stops short of calling her a pro, but it's still a very different take on the character's story that some folks on Broadway have decided to bring to the stage. And they've found their Holly Golightly in the form of Emilia Clarke, who is taking a break from her dragon-taming to play Holly this March. These pics give a hint about how they're handling Holly's character, which is quite different from the movie version. Much more of a sultry aspect to the character in this iteration. Or maybe that's just Emilia's inherent hotness coming through. Whatever it is, I like where they're going with this so far.
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