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Another Monday, Another Round of Sad Celebrity Breakups

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 16, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | May 16, 2016 |

This Marion Cotillard Cannes gallery really lures you in with the crazy sexy before just unleashing the crazy crazy. (Go Fug Yourself)

Sad news: James McAvoy and Anne-Marie Duff (AKA the original Steve & Fiona) are divorcing after nine years together. (Lainey)

This doesn’t exactly carry the same weight, but Henry Cavill and his college freshman girlfriend have also split. (DListed)

Channing Tatum’s Kingsman 2 wardrobe certainly goes against type, and he is rocking it, hard. (LG)

Robert De Niro can’t hit on Jennifer Lawrence because he’s a “father figure,” but in the alternate reality where he’s a lesbian, he wants us to know he’d be all over her. (Celebitchy)

There was a boatload of Easter eggs and callbacks in last night’s Game of Thrones. (Vanity Fair)

And here are all your most pressing Fear the Walking Dead questions going into the midseason finale. (Uproxx)

Wow, The Wire’s Wendell Pierce takes his Clinton support maybe a bit too seriously. (US)

A high school student who was kicked out of prom for not adhering to a bullshit dress code has been invited to wear her formal attire on an episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. (PhillyVoice)

How to drink like a Game of Thrones character. Like, beyond the Step 1 of just “do a lot of it.” (VinePair)

About that time Madeline Kahn had a sitcom. (The Toast)

Cannonballer borisanne is continuing her blossoming love affair with Stephen King, with yet another behemoth of awesomeness, the complete and uncut version of The Stand. "It’s enormous, and thorough, and suspenseful, spooky on a number of levels: while reading it, I found it scary to be on the subway with coughing people, and also scary to be in the dark near un-shaded windows. It’s a story of human failure and hubris, and also of good and evil. " Have you read this King classic? (Cannonball Read 8)

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