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Your Day in Pop Culture (Tuesday, July 9, 2013)

Today in Pop Culture History
1962: Andy Warhol's Campbell Soup Cans exhibit opens in Los Angeles.
1981: Donkey Kong is released by Nintendo, introducing the world to Mario.

Famous People Have Birthdays Too
1927: Ed Ames, singer and actor (Daniel Boone)
1938: Brian Dennehy, actor (First Blood, Ratatouille)
1942: Richard Roundtree, actor and a bad mother … shut your mouth (Shaft, Se7en)
1945: Dean Koontz, author
1946: Bon Scott, musician (AC/DC, The Spektors)
1947: Mitch Mitchell, drummer (The Jimi Hendrix Experience)
1947: O.J. Simpson, still searching for the real killer
1951: Chris Cooper, actor (The Bourne Identity, Adaptation, American Beauty, Seabiscuit, The Town)
1952: John Tesh, musician and radio-advice-giver
1955: Jimmy Smits, actor (L.A. Law, NYPD Blue, Star Wars series)
1956: Tom Hanks, actor (Forrest Gump, Big, Apollo 13, That Thing You Do!, Cast Away)
1957: Kelly McGillis, actress (Top Gun, Witness)
1964: Courtney Love, widow of Kurt Cobain, musician? (Hole)
1971: Scott Grimes, actor (Party of Five, American Dad!, ER, Critters series)
1975: Jack White, singer-songwriter (The White Stripes, The Ranconteurs)
1976: Fred Savage, actor (The Wonder Years, The Princess Bride) and director (Happy Endings)
1991: Mitchel Musso, actor (Hannah Montana, Phineas and Ferb)

Who's On What Tonight: Your Guide to Late-Night TV
CONAN: RED 2's Mary-Louise Parker, Franklin and Bash's Breckin Meyer, music group Portugal. The Man
LETTERMAN: Grown Ups 2's Adam Sandler, musician Joseph Arthur
KIMMEL: The Following's Kevin Bacon, The Bridge's Diane Kruger, music group The Bacon Brothers
LENO: Planes' Dane Cook, Catfish: The TV Show's Nev Schulman, musician Matt Nathanson
FALLON: Grown Ups 2's David Spade, reality TV show novelty Kris Jenner, music group Mudhoney
FERGUSON: Now You See Me's Morgan Freeman, comedian Cathy Ladman

New on Blu-Ray
Spring Breakers: Selena Gomez, James Franco, Vanessa Hudgens and Ashley Benson in a bizarre movie about spring break gone really, really bad.
The Host: If you loved Twilight, you're probably foolish enough to love The Host too.
Admission: Tina Fey and Paul Rudd. Swoon, right?
Dead Man Down: Unless you were one of the six people who saw Dead Man Down in theaters, this is your chance to catch the movie for the first time.
Your Day in Pop Culture (Tuesday, July 9, 2013) Reviewed by Popculturology on 7/09/2013 Rating: 5

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