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Actress Drew Barrymore is expecting

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Drew Barrymore is expanding her brood. A spokesman for the 38-year-old entertainer says Barrymore and her husband, Will Kopelman, are expecting their second child. Publicist Chris Miller offered no other details Monday. Barrymore (inset) and Kopelman, who were married in June 2012, are the parents of a 13-month-old daughter, Olive.

‘Mandela’ screenings

The Nelson Mandela biopic ‘‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom’’ will get an audience from President Barack Obama, as well as a screening at the Kennedy Center hosted by Hillary Clinton. The Weinstein Co. tells the Associated Press that Obama will screen the film Thursday at the White House. Mandela’s daughters Zindzi and Zenani Mandela will join him, as will the film’s stars, Idris Elba and Naomie Harris. The film will also screen Nov. 20 at the Kennedy Center, with Clinton hosting the gala.

Thanksgiving ‘Dynasty’

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There will be a strong helping of duck at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade — ‘‘Duck Dynasty,’’ that is. The reality show sensations will be among the celebrities appearing at the annual event in New York City. They’ll join Ariana Grande, Jimmy Fallon and the Roots, Florida Georgia Line, Cirque du Soliel, and several other acts on the famous parade floats. Macy’s says more than 8,000 people will participate in the event, and 3.5 million are expected to watch from the sidelines. That doesn’t count the millions more who watch it on TV.

Secrets spilled

“No cell/radio use” — Confidential message to a chauffeur who was driving Tom Hanks to a Chicago dinner, one of many messages from a limousine software company that was hacked, revealing messages to LeBron James, Donald Trump, and other VIPs.

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