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Prince William’s thick, luminous hairdo on the cover of August’s Vanity Fair is raising eyebrows for all the wrong reasons … it’s not really his, so to say!

The balding royal’s do is much darker and fuller than usual in the shot, which was originally snapped this spring as the royal family visited Sydney, Australia’s Taronga Zoo.

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Gone Girl: The new issue of W Magazine features a striking photograph of actress Rosamund Pike, in connection with her appearance in the upcoming thriller Gone Girl, due out on October 3. Director David Fincher, who is finishing up post-production on the movie, took the photo. [The Playlist]

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Could Grumpy Cat unseat Kim Kardashian and Kanye West as the most controversial cover subject in Vogue magazine history?

The world’s most famous kitty visited the magazine’s Manhattan offices to celebrate her second birthday but she was definitely not amused at being there, especially when famed creative director Grace Coddington tried to cuddle with her.

PHOTOS:  Grumpy Cat Visits Vogue

Grumpy didn’t mention Vogue’s current cover couple, Kim Kardashian… Continue reading Not A Fan Of The Kimye Cover? Grumpy Cat Has ‘Awful’ Birthday At Vogue

There are many, many reasons to see the Coen Bros’ new movie, Inside Llewyn Davis. Fantastic acting, striking cinematography, a wrenching story of an artist’s struggle against himself, yadayada. The main thing people will take away, though, is that the movie just sounds incredible. It’s hard to argue that any film from this year has a better soundtrack than Inside Llewyn Davis, and much of… Continue reading Watch: 'Inside Llewyn Davis' Star Oscar Isaac Cover Katy Perry's 'Roar'

Princess Diana was expectant with Dodi Fayed‘s unborn child at the time the two died in an auto accident in Paris, the author of a new book claims, adding that the pregnancy “established a motive for murder” that was carried out by Britain’s SAS, to avoid the fallout of a scandal of having a child out of wedlock.

Alan Power, author of The Princess Diana