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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Knows You're Making Fun of His Fanny Pack & He's Cool With It. He Even Wants to Help

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 18, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 18, 2016 |

You know that awesome old glamour shot of the Rock rocking a fanny pack? He knows we’re still making fun of it, and he’s cool with that. In fact, he’s pointing out things in the photo that are maybe even more embarrassing than the pack. No, not the chain or the hair. HE LAID A TISSUE DOWN TO PROTECT HIS FANCY TURTLENECK. HOW DID I NEVER NOTICE THE TISSUE? (Celebitchy)

How many of you are in the giant secret Facebook “Pantsuit Nation”? Here’s a really nice profile on the group, why it’s important, and where we go from here. (The Nation)

There’s a new trailer for Hidden Figures (about the black female mathematicians at NASA in the 60s) and oh my god why isn’t it Christmas yet? I don’t care about presents or family or any of that junk (just kidding, Mom, love you)— I just want this movie. (Lainey)

Here’s all the most compelling evidence showing that William is You Know Who on Westworld. (Uproxx)

Moana’s title will be changed in Italy because apparently there were some, um, unintended implications with that name. (THR)

Following yesterday’s cat debate, check out these little monsters, all caught mid-leap. Awww, who’s a scary little fuzzy predator? Who’s a big bad almost-lion? (Guardian)

For your obscure weekend watching: 7 unaired television pilots that are available online. (Vulture)

And for future watching to get excited about now, Zadie Smith’s new book Swing Time was released this week (are you reading it? I just started yesterday and I never want it to end), and it’s already being developed for TV! (Flavorwire)

Apparently “power women are micro-dosing LSD at work.” Hold on, is that a thing we’re allowed to do now? Someone tell Dustin a have an… errand. (Marie Claire)

Have you ever been fooled by a cover, but still liked the book you read? Jak thought The Art of Fielding would be about a young man discovering himself through baseball, maybe even discovering his homosexuality. Instead it’s about ambition, talent, and what you do with it. Jak suggests you, "Read it on a long summer’s afternoon, with a glass of good wine and memories of summer childhoods and dreams in your mind." Have you found an unexpected gem in a book? (Cannonball Read 8)