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Jack White Gets Hair Cut

Jack White posted pics to Instagram of a brand new hairdo - a slicked back pompadour and matching sideburns, recalling the look of a 1950s era rocker. "Jack White getting ready to play Kansas City #jackwhite #thirdmanrecords #kansascity #midlandtheatre #august18," the post is captioned. "sooo look who is getting pretty hot these days," said one commenter.

Chris Pratt Posts Photo From His Homeless Days In Hawaii

Chris Pratt has posted a picture of himself from his time being homeless in Hawaii. The "Parks and Recreation" actor posted the photo on Friday on his Facebook page. He noted of the shot, which shows him standing next to a van with Scooby Doo artwork on the outside and in which he is holding a script in his hand, "This is the van I lived in!!!"

'SNL' Announcer Don Pardo Dead At 96

Famed "Saturday Night Live" announcer Don Pardo has died at the age of 96. The legendary television announcer served as the opening voice for "SNL" for 38 years and also lent his voice to staples including "Caesar's Hour," "Jackpot," "Jeopardy!," "The Kate Smith Evening Hour," "Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade," "NBC Nightly News," "The Price Is Right," "Three on a Match" and "Winning Streak."

'Let's Be Cops' Struggles To Find Either The Action Or The Comedy

Even within the buddy comedy genre not particularly known for sophistication, "Let's Be Cops" manages to not only redefine the idea of low-brow but also make two very funny actors as unfunny as possible. Here's a movie that easily wins the prize for most obvious comedy idea of the year, as it's a sloppily tossed together bit of high-concept Hollywood that seems to be going through the motions.


'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' Tops Blu-ray Release Schedule

After a few fairly slow weeks, the Blu-ray release schedule picks up this week with the home market launch of "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," the Sony blockbuster starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone and Jamie Foxx. Also getting released this week will be smaller releases like "Fading Gigolo" and "The Quiet Ones," though both come off of mild box office runs.