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Let's All Speculate Wildly Over the Cause of Jon Hamm & Jennifer Westfeldt's Breakup

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 10, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 10, 2015 |

Here’s everything we know about the new Game of Thrones cast members. My god, do I want Ian McShane and Richard E. Grant to have screen time together, but I also think that might actually be too much swearing drunken awesomeness for one screen to handle. (Uproxx)

Diane Kruger is doing her best TLC impression. Let’s hope somewhere close by, Joshua Jackson (RIP) is rocking a bowl cut and some JNCO jeans. (Scroll through for Sia somehow managing to board a boat while blinded by a full hair mask, some casual SWINTON, and more Ralph Fiennes prancing. (Go Fug Yourself)

Are you looking for the cause of Jennifer Westfeldt & Jon Hamm’s breakup? Is it Freudian mother issues? Baby fever? Who knows, but let’s speculate! (Lainey)

Donald Trump has been making jokes about dating his daughter for years, and it’s so, so icky. Also, hey Trump, I know this may be surprising to you, but there are other ways to compliment a woman than by saying you’d do her. (Mediaite)

Retired tennis star James Blake was assaulted by some white New York police officers outside his hotel, and his account of the incident is just horrifying. (Celebitchy)

The Mindy Project has its first trailer for the new season on Hulu. It’s… fine? (Vulture)

Rupert Murdoch now owns National Geographic. Yes, a noted climate change denier now owns a billion dollar organization responsible for giving major grants to scientists. (BoingBoing)

I haven’t done a “Seriously, F*ck That Guy” roundup of a-holes in a couple weeks, but if I did one today, it would only have one entry: the camerawoman who decided the trek of the refugees making their way through Hungary wasn’t hard enough, and started tripping and kicking some of them. (CNN)

If you want to be in the loop regarding this week’s Apple event, but don’t actually care enough to have been following it (*hand raise*), here are the important highlights. (Digg)

Key & Peele spent four years heading towards last night’s finale. (Vanity Fair)

Just a heads up: You’ve been pronouncing “Voldemort” wrong. (Daily Dot)

Have you ever heard of the book The Darkroom of Damocles by Willem Frederik Hermans? If so, Cannonballer Zirza thinks that you probably live in the Netherlands, where "…The Darkroom of Damocles is one of the hallmarks of post-World War II literature and Hermans is one of the most famous writers; he’s our Gore Vidal, our Tennessee Willliams, our William Faulkner." If this one isn’t on your TBR list, then check out her 5 star review of "the best book you’ve never heard of." (Cannonball Read 7)

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