Ides Of March
On March 15 in 44 BC, Roman history changed forever. This day became known as the notorious date that Julius Caesar was assassinated. His tragic death marked a shift in the Roman Empire and led to life-changing events. Here’s everything you need to know about the important day.
Stabby Ides of March, HollywoodLifers! March 15 marks the assassination of Julius Caesar by Marcus Junius Brutus in the year 44 BCE. ‘Beware the Ides of March’ has become a hilarious meme, and Twitter is bursting with them this year. Click through to see them!
Et tu, Brute? The brutal assassination of Roman emperor Julius Caesar, instigated by his senators, and carried out by closest friend Brutus, is one of the most important moments in human history. Caesar’s stabbing has since become a meme on the Ides of March (March 15), the date of his murder. Click through to see Twitter’s hilarious takes on “Beware the Ides of March”!
The star rocked a head-to-toe Gucci get-up, but all I could think of was the infamous detective!
Evan Rachel Wood turned up at the The Ides Of March premiere in NYC on Oct. 5 where she worked the leather dress trend — although her Gucci Fall look seemed more like trench. Honestly, I can’t even appreciate the detailing on the frock, because her giant hat is so distracting! This totally proves my point — the floppy hat is best when paired with a casual chic look.
From the simmering political drama to the sizzling leading men, ‘Ides Of March’ is sure to be an Oscar contender!
Ryan Gosling stars in the political thriller Ides of March alongside George Clooney — who also pulls quadruple duty as writer, director and producer on the film. Ryan excels as Stephen Myers, a young, idealistic press secretary for George’s Mike Morris, a presidential candidate in the midst of a tense primary race. Stephen’s ideals are put to the test as the campaign draws nearer to the all important Ohio primary. The movie is based on the play Farragut North. The cast also includes Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Giamatti, Marisa Tomei and Evan Rachel Wood. Go see it, you won’t be disappointed. But if you need a little nudge, read my five reasons Ides is worth the price of admission.