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Superman Is Dating a 19-Year-Old & Is Jenny Lewis Really Bill Murray's 'Special Friend'?

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 21, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 21, 2015 |

For how rich and famous Beyonce is, can she not hire someone who can keep her from wearing her hair like this? (Go Fug Yourself)

Henry Cavill, aka our current Superman, is dating a 19-year-old college freshman and suddenly Batman vs. Superman is just going to be one big sleaze-off. (Celebitchy)

In much weirder but less icky pairings, can this possibly be true? Bill Murray is rumored to be dating Jenny Lewis, of Rilo Kiley (and Troop Beverly Hills). (Stereogum)

Jeremy Renner was asked what he thought about the pay inequality between genders in Hollywood, since American Hustle is sort of at the center of this discussion. His response? “That’s not my job.” See, he’s way too busy ‘knowing human behavior’ and focusing on the “craft” of acting to think about money. Oh, and he said all this on at press tour for a liquor ad campaign. Such craft. (Lainey)

Amy Adams wants to join Amy Schumer and Jennifer Lawrence’s BFFdom. She says she may be a little too neurotic for them, but every group needs a Miranda. (People)

Last week, I linked to a guy who was writing a novel live and streamed online. Here’s a pretty great interview with him about that process. It does not sound like a fun experience. (Daily Dot)

USA Today recreated their front page from Back to the Future II. Can’t wait for those Slamball playoffs! (/Film)

You know who else is really enjoying Back to the Future Day? Neil deGrasse Tyson. He’s breaking down our progress with flying cars, video chats, and double neckties. (Mary Sue)

An “intimate portrait” of perfect human Jan Hooks. (Grantland)

Here’s what happens to your body when you eat a slice of pizza. (Hello Giggles)

In her 104th review of the year (double Cannonball!), alwaysanswerb read "a subtle, poignant, sad book," The Remains of the Day. Quite a few Cannonballers commented that this is one of their favorites. Alwaysanswerb says, "I suspect this will be a book that I’ll read again some time in the future and appreciate it more. It’s a slow burn that requires careful attention." Have you read (or re-read) this novel by Kazuo Ishiguro? (Cannonball Read 7)

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