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Just Hearing About Chris Hemsworth's Horrible Diet Will Make You Hungry

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 3, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | December 3, 2015 |

The Wiz Live! is tonight, which means it’s time for roundups of all the internet dummies mad about the show’s all-black cast. Because apparently they 1. Don’t know what The Wiz is, and 2. Forgot that The Wizard of Oz also exists? (BuzzFeed)

Is there anyone at this point who HASN’T auditioned to play young Han Solo? (Lainey)

Chris Hemsworth talked about his diet to lose all that weight for Hot Man and the Sea, and just hearing about it makes me hungry. And angry. A boiled egg? I want to punch a cake with my face. (Celebitchy)

Yes, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s movie Sisters comes out the same day as Star Wars, but they would like to remind you that— guess what!— you can see both. Hashtag. (Hypable)

Jaden Smith is writing a book, because the world needs it! (Vulture)

The BBC called yesterday “just another day in the United States of America,” which is so upsetting in its accuracy I may cry. (Vox)

Jeffrey Dean Morgan talked about his reaction when he was offered the role of Negan on The Walking Dead, and boy does he know how to drop an f-bomb made of pure charm. (Uproxx)

Is there a swaddling technique for adults? (Jezebel)

Eugene Mirman released a weird-as-hell 7-hour alt-comedy album that I imagine has a target demographic of maybe one person, but that one person is probably one of you people. (Inverse)

Mark Hamill braved the sidewalks of Hollywood Blvd dressed as a stormtrooper for the same charity as that Harrison Ford Skype surprise video, and even though I wanted a fun reveal, you do get to hear him say “pew pew pew” as he pretend fires his blaster. (Daily Dot)

Arrow’s Colton Haynes talked about his history of “intense anxiety” on Twitter earlier this week. Please let more celebrities speak up about these things. We’re on a great trend of this kind of openness right now. Because everyone has something that they’re struggling with, and most people feel so ashamed or alone in their battles. And we’re really, really not. (EW)

Do you read books outside of your comfort zone? Or do you stick to one genre and that’s it? After seeing so many reviews of romances on Cannonball Read, Halbs decided to give one a try, but unfortunately it was only a two-star book. Check out Halbs’ review of Random Acts of Crazy by Julia Jent, and let him know if he should have tried a different romance as his first. (Cannonball Read 7)

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