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Lena Dunham Issues Half-Assed Apology & Michael Fassbender May Be Your New Steve Jobs

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | November 5, 2014 |

By Agent Bedhead | Pajiba Love | November 5, 2014 |

As you already damn well know, Benedict Cumberbatch broke the internet by announcing his engagement today. Here’s the lowdown on the lucky lady, Sophie Hunter, and some evidence of the ongoing Twitter meltdown. (Telegraph)

Robert Downey Jr. welcomed a daughter, Avri Roel Downey, with wife Susan. (DL) RDJ says she’s “pretty like mama,” which is so sweet I got teary. (Twitter)

Nathan Fillion has plans for surviving the inevitable zombie apocalypse. (TMS)

Joss Whedon reacts to how Idris Elba leaked his Avengers: Age of Ultron cameo all over the place. Joss talks feminism too. (Vulture)

Did another heartbreaking loss in last night’s Sons of Anarchy help to salvage a dismal season? (No, not really, says Dustin). (WG)

After Christian Bale-d out of the Steve Jobs role, a new contender has entered the rumor mill: Michael Fassbender. Really? (Lainey)

Jason Patric has been declared the “legal father” of his son in his “sperm donor” case. This precedent fallout should be interesting to watch. (CB)

Chadwick Boseman reports that Chadwick Boseman’s turn in the Black Panther movie will be unlike anything you’ve ever seen. (Slashfilm)

Dakota Fanning wore a swimsuit & designer fisherman’s net. (GFY)

Lena Dunham has issued an … apology (of sorts) for her “comic use” of the word “sexual predator” and that self-professed “rage spiral.” She didn’t realize the pebbles story would be interpreted in such a controversial way? (Time)

Trent Reznor thinks he won a few Grammys for “stupid sh*t,” but he feels very differently about his Oscars experience. My god, he looooves David Fincher. (HR)

Sherlock’s John Watson vs. Elementary’s Joan Watson: Lucy Liu always wins. (Unreality)

These hot chocolate mix-ins may be calorific, but they sure are delicious. (MF)

If you were hoping for a light romantic comedy, then Frog Music by Emma Donoghue is not for you, says Jenny S. If you want a novel that makes a specific period and place come alive in ways both interesting and uncomfortable, then seek this one out. It’s well worth the read. (Cannonball Read 6)

The new Annie trailer probably won’t make you cry, but it does lend some relief that maybe this remake won’t be so bad.

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