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Your Internet Boyfriend James McAvoy Was Seen Kissing Someone Else. Just Thought You Should Know

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 1, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 1, 2016 |

Newly single James McAvoy was mack-avoying on some woman who wasn’t any of us. That’s just, like, insensitive to the internet’s feelings. (Lainey)

At first I thought Heidi Klum’s Klum-clone Halloween costume was some fantastic contraption and I was fascinated to know how she moved around in it. But no, she just hired some extras or something to follow her around. That’s not a costume, Heidi. (DListed)

How Milo Ventimiglia’s hot bod is ruining This Is Us. (Vulture)

Beyonce’s family, on the other hand, may have won Celebrity Halloween.

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How did we exist this long without a facepalm emoji? Our Apple nightmare is finally over. (Mashable)

It’s becoming harder and harder to argue that fandom isn’t broken. (CBR)

A kickass look at how television’s era of “difficult men” is giving way to that of nasty women. (Vanity Fair)

Amazon Prime is pretty close to surpassing Netflix in terms of television offerings, both original and not. Swap out Red Oaks (which I hate) for the new Good Girls Revolt (which is fine to good, and I’ll write about more later this week probably), and I agree with Dustin’s list of the 25 best shows on the site. (Uproxx)

Some senators are fighting to create training, procedure, and centralized support to tackle sexual assaults on airplanes. As opposed to the none that exists now. (Fusion)

On using video games to crack Westworld. (Atlantic)

This woman got each of her 20 boyfriends to buy her an iPhone 7, then sold them all and bought a house. I feel like I should be horrified, but I can’t convince myself not to just be super impressed. (Complex)

Cannonballer Dome’Loki’ gave her fantasy-loving daughter one of her own childhood favorites, Lloyd Alexander’s The Book of Three. She had the joy of watching her kid discover a new favorite while also finding she can go home, even though it’s different than she remembered. What book would you share with the next generation? (Cannonball Read 8)

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