Kristen Stewart Goes Orange for New Role

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Kristen Stewart Goes Orange For New Role
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Looks like Twilight star Kristen Stewart has ditched her brunette locks in favor of something a little brighter.

The actress showed off her new orange hair color in an Instagram photo taken at the New Orleans hair salon Maison de Cheveux.

The salon uploaded the pic with the caption, “Kristen Stewart gettin her hair ready for a new role!#americamultra#awesomecolor#houseofhair”

Stewart is reportedly in the Big Easy to shoot her film “American Ultra” alongside Jesse Eisenberg and Uma Thurman according to EOnline. No word on if Eisenberg or Thurman are going to end up with their own neon hairstyles.

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Monty Python Announces Plans for Last Show, New Song
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PHOTO: John Cleese, Eric Idle, Terry Gilliam, Michael Palin and Terry Jones attend conference to make an announcement about a Monty Python Reunion, Nov. 21, 2013, in London.
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The Monty Python made a bittersweet announcement about their last-ever show on the same day they released their first song in many years.

The British comedic group that brought us such hits as "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life," and "Every Sperm Is Sacred," along with a host of movies, books, television skits and live shows, is set to hang up their silly boots and embark on a host of individual projects after July.

Python Eric Idle promoted the new song called "The Silly Walks Song" on Twitter Wednesday, shortly after the group announced that their scheduled London performance at the O2 Arena will also be their last.

Tickets to their final performance went on sale Friday.

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Teen Accepted by All 8 Ivy League Schools
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A 17-year-old Long Island student's incredible scholarly efforts are the talk of the Internet.

Kwasi Enin is now facing a problem not many other kids his age are; where to go out of the eight Ivy League universities that offered him admission. He scored a 2,250 out of 2,400 on the SAT, ranking him in the top 2 percent of his class, Newsday reported.

The brainiac has been accepted into Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Princeton, the University of Pennsylvania AND Yale.

Enin hopes to study medicine, just like his parents, who are immigrants from Ghana.

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Spiderman Dances With Baby in Latest Evian Viral Campaign
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PHOTO: A scene from Evians "The Amazing Baby and Me" advertisement.
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A few days after Evian announced its newest short film, "The Amazing Baby & Me 2," starring Spiderman and a dancing baby, the YouTube clip has already gained more than six million views and counting.

Trumping up interest in a tasteless, clear substance might seem like a huge advertising feat, but then water brand Evian has done it before. In 2009, company officials first launched their "baby&me" campaign on YouTube with roller-skating babies, which racked up about 74 million views, making it one of the most viewed online video advertisements in history.

The newest video in the campaign by BETC Paris follows last year's video of a man dancing with a baby and was made to help promote the release of the new "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" movie premiering May 2.

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