Today's news you might've missed:
- Dustin Hoffman is preparing to start production on his new film, "Boys Choir," with a clean bill of health. According to his rep, the star has successfully been treated for cancer. [People]
- There really is a first time for everything: Early bird Al Roker, who's spent 39 years on morning TV, accidentally overslept and missed the taping of his show "Wake Up with Al" on Tuesday. [Us Weekly]
- Donald Glover's reduced screen time on "Community" is leaving room for new opportunities. The actor/rapper/comedian is developing a half-hour music themed comedy for FX that's tentatively titled, "Atlanta." [THR]
- Benedict Cumberbatch's reach now extends to "Madagascar." The "Sherlock" actor has been tapped along with John Malkovich to voice two new characters in 2015's "The Penguins of Madagascar." [The Wrap]
- We're more intrigued than scared by the new teaser for "American Horror Story: Coven," but we're sure that'll all change when the season premieres in October on FX.