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Wait, What? Donald Glover Is a Dad?

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 12, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 12, 2016 |

Has Anna Kendrick had a problem in the past with her dresses falling down? Is that why she’s chosen to employ ALL the belts? (Go Fug Yourself)

Finally, somebody’s given Jon Hamm the break he needs to really make it big: John Mulaney’s understudy. (Flavorwire)

Donald Glover and his girlfriend reportedly had a baby months ago AND NONE OF YOU TOLD ME. You’re all officially on notice. (DListed)

In other theatre news, a Clue stage play is in development, which sounds like it could be a total disaster. But the movie’s writer/director is behind the play, it’s not a musical, and it’s not playing on Broadway. From the sound of it, as long as they nail the ending, this could replace Noises Off with community and high school theaters looking for a fun romp. (/Film)

Trump always manages to look like he slept in someone else’s suit, despite spending what I’m sure is a fortune on his clothes. A high-end bespoke tailor explains the logistics of why he always looks so shiny and rumpled. (Jezebel)

CoverGirl just signed its first CoverBoy! This is beautiful. (Cosmo)

Kim Kardashian is suing the media outlet that accused her of staging her own robbery. (Celebitchy)

The Walking Dead is showing an 88-hour marathon leading up to the season 7 premiere. Will you be watching. Honestly, that sounds terrible. (Revelist)

Cirque du Soleil is building a theme park, which sounds amazing and (presumably) way too expensive for me to ever hope to visit. (Thrillist)

This is a great piece on the world of “non-consensual robot sex,” and how existing obsessions make the practices of Westworld not that outrageous. (Inverse)

A disturbing Trump Zoltar machine popped up in New York. It’s horrifying, but I have to wonder, can it make his tiny hands… big? (Gothamist)

In 2012, Hilary Mantel became the first female writer and first Briton to win the Man Booker Prize twice. Cannonballer Doctor Douche reviewed her first Man Booker winner, Wolf Hall. "Thomas Cromwell is a controversial figure, but Hilary Mantel gives him a measure of heroism, in his subdued way he saves England and for the son of a drunken blacksmith who used to beat him to a pulp, that is quite a life to lead." Have you read this one? (Cannonball Read 8)

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