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There are many great Hollywood actresses, but there are very few icons. The epically and eternally invincible Ms. Sarandon doesn't play it safe any more than she holds her tongue. She talks politics, her new film, putting the heat into louise, and what she calls

There are many great Hollywood actresses, but there are very few icons. The epically and eternally invincible Ms. Sarandon doesn't play it safe any more than she holds her tongue. She talks politics, her new film, putting the heat into louise, and what she calls

Ken Regan's '60s Celebrity Photos: Classic Looks at The Beatles, Frank Sinatra, and More | Louis Armstrong at home with wife Lucille Wilson, 1969 | EW.com

Ken Regan's '60s celebrity photos: Classic looks at The Beatles, Frank Sinatra, and more

Ken Regan's '60s Celebrity Photos: Classic Looks at The Beatles, Frank Sinatra, and More | Louis Armstrong at home with wife Lucille Wilson, 1969 | EW.com

Natalie Portman & Audrey Hepburn, by George Chamoun

Classic Hollywood Collage Art

Billy Curtis, in a gorilla costume, chats with Charlton Heston on the set of "The Planet of the Apes" in 1967.

Behind-the-scenes Classic Hollywood

Billy Curtis, in a gorilla costume, chats with Charlton Heston on the set of "The Planet of the Apes" in 1967.

Scarlett Johansson as Maggie the Cat in a revival of Tennessee Williams' 1955 classic, which opened Jan. 17, 2013, at the Richard Rodgers Theatre.

Hollywood stars onstage

Scarlett Johansson as Maggie the Cat in a revival of Tennessee Williams' 1955 classic, which opened Jan. 17, 2013, at the Richard Rodgers Theatre.

James Whitmore points out buildings of the Manhattan skyline to British actress Deborah Kerr on a Hollywood sound stage, Sept. 18, 1949. The backdrop was prepared for a scene in Please Believe Me.

Behind-the-scenes Classic Hollywood

James Whitmore points out buildings of the Manhattan skyline to British actress Deborah Kerr on a Hollywood sound stage, Sept. 18, 1949. The backdrop was prepared for a scene in Please Believe Me.

Elizabeth Taylor & Angelina Jolie, by George Chamoun

Classic Hollywood Collage Art

Mitzi Gaynor chats with her mother, Pauline Gerber, during a visit to the Hollywood set of Anything Goes on July 25, 1955.

Behind-the-scenes Classic Hollywood

Mitzi Gaynor chats with her mother, Pauline Gerber, during a visit to the Hollywood set of Anything Goes on July 25, 1955.

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