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  1. The Grand Palais in Paris is collaborating with Perrotin Gallery to create an art treasure hunt with 20 pieces of artwork by 20 artists. A piece by Takashi Murakami is included in the giveaway for the Wanted! Art is Yours initiative. Andrew H. Walker / Getty Images Instructions for the treasure hunt read, “Throughout the course of 48 hours (24-25 October), visitors are invited to search for 20 works by 20 artists [represented by Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin] which are concealed in the empty nave of the Grand Palais. The rules are simple: If you find a work in the Grand Palais, you will leave with the work.” Each session will last a maximum of 50 minutes and COVID-19 safety precautions will be followed. There is a 500 person per time slot limit and facial coverings will be required. "Do keep in mind that we only had 13 days to organize this. I am hugely grateful to my artists for their commitment and belief in this wild project," Emmanuel Perrotin told The Art Newspaper. "This is a rare moment. I love the idea of doing this as a gift to the city of Paris, as a moment of solidarity and joy.” The scavenger hunt is scheduled for October 24th and admission is free with an advance reservation. [Via] View the full article
  2. During his rally in Carson City, Nevada, Sunday, President Donald Trump said the United States would be in a “massive depression” if he listened to scientific experts with regard to coronavirus. Stephen Lam / Getty Images “He’s gonna lockdown. This guy wants to lockdown,” Trump said of his opposing presidential candidate Joe Biden. “He’ll listen to the scientists. If I listened totally to the scientists, we would right now have a country that would be in a massive depression.” “We’re like a rocketship. Take a look at the numbers,” Trump continued to tell the crowd. “This election is a choice between a Trump super recovery, which we’re in right now, or a Biden depression. “Depression — just remember the word,” he said. Almost 220,000 deaths have been reported in the United States, more than any other country. Trump, himself, tested positive for COVID-19 on October 2nd. He was hospitalized for 72 hours at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Biden campaign spokesperson Andrew Bates responded with a statement saying Trump tanked the economy already: “Donald Trump tanked the strong economy he inherited from the Obama-Biden Administration by continually discounting and attacking warnings from the scientific and medical experts working around the clock to save lives.” [Via] View the full article
  3. Dr. Anthony Fauci says he is "absolutely not" surprised President Donald Trump tested positive for COVID-19, after seeing him not follow safety guidelines. Fauci discussed Trump contracting the coronavirus in a new interview with 60 Minutes, Sunday Pool / Getty Images "I was worried that he was going to get sick when I saw him in a completely precarious situation of crowded -- no separation between people, and almost nobody wearing a mask." "When I saw that on TV, I said, 'Oh my goodness. Nothing good can come out of that, that's got to be a problem,'" he continued. "And then sure enough, it turned out to be a superspreader event." Trump announced that he tested positive for COVID-19 on October 2, 2020. This was just days after the event where he announced Judge Amy Coney Barrett was his pick to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court. 12 people present tested positive for the coronavirus afterward. "The data speak for themselves," Fauci added. The president was hospitalized for 72 hours at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. "Don't be afraid of Covid. Don't let it dominate your life," he said afterward. Fauci went on to criticize Trump for equating "wearing a mask with weakness." [Via] View the full article
  4. George Clooney says he almost starred in The Notebook, but ultimately turned down the role. The role was eventually given to Ryan Gosling. Vivien Killilea / Getty Images "I was going to do a movie years ago called The Notebook, that Ryan Gosling actually did, and I was going to do it with Paul Newman. I was playing the flashback and Paul Newman was the old guy,” Clooney told EW while promoting his upcoming film The Midnight Sky. Both Clooney and Newman ended up turning down their respective roles. While Gosling took over Clooney’s role, James Garner was cast in the role that would have gone to Newman. "Paul and I talked about doing it, and we were sitting there one day and I was looking at him and I go, 'I can't do this movie, Paul,'" Clooney remembered. "He was like. 'Why?' I was like, 'Because everybody knows what you look like at 30 years old. You got blue eyes, I got brown eyes. You're too famous at 30 for me to be playing you at 30, it's never gonna work.' And he's like, 'I guess you're right.' "We bailed out and I think 10 years later they made it." The Midnight Sky is scheduled to be released on Netflix in December 2020. [Via] View the full article
  5. Dolphins 2020 first-round draft pick Tua Tagovailoa was subbed in for his first NFL snaps during the team’s 24-0 blowout win over the New York Jets. Michael Reaves / Getty Images Tagovailoa’s entrance was met with an uproar of cheers from the audience, including veteran quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. "That was just a cool moment for him, just the reception from the crowd that was here and us on the sideline,” Fitzpatrick said after the game. The Dolphins’ rookie took over under-center with just over two minutes left in the fourth quarter. "Yeah, I definitely could hear it. There's nothing else playing in the stadium, so I could hear that," Tagovailoa said. "And that was awesome. But to just be out there with my teammates being my first time and getting the support and love from them, I think that was super awesome. And then you have a 16-year vet like Fitz, who has animosity toward it as well, who's just been supportive that entire time. Good drive, bad drive, he comes to the sideline and just talks through his process with why he did some things. I'm very fortunate to have a mentor like him who is just very encouraging on the field and then this guy is like he's just very personable off the field as well." The Dolphins next game is against the Rams on November 1st. Fitzpatrick will remain the starter. [Via] View the full article
  6. Cardi B deleted her Twitter, Saturday, in response to fans who criticized her decision to get back together with Offset. Theo Wargo / Getty Images "I'm so tired of people saying I've got to continuously explain myself. I didn't put my divorce out there, a f*cking court clerk put it out there," she said during an Instagram Live session, according to E! News. "And because people are making rumors up, 'Oh, this guy has a girl pregnant,' I have to address it." Cardi seemed to be addressing the non-stop online speculation about her on-again-off-again relationship with Offset, who she claimed is being harassed by her fans. "Then you guys want to be harassing this n*gga Bro, if I work things out, why are you going to this n*gga's Twitter to harass him? That don't make no f*cking sense,” she continued. Cardi announced, earlier this week, that she got back with Offset. The rapper had previously filed divorced last month. "A whole bunch of 15-year-olds telling me how to live my life like I'm mother f--king Ariana Grande or something,” Cardi added. “Like I came from Disney or something. “Y'all want to call yourself fans, I don't give a f*ck. I'm tired of it," she said. "I do whatever the f*ck I want to do. I love my fans and I'm grateful and thankful for what you do but some of y'all really be acting like I be sleeping with y'all." Check out some of what Cardi had to say below. [Via] View the full article
  7. Popular scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson says a small asteroid could collide with the Earth one day before election day in November. It is too small to bring any danger with its impact. Craig Barritt / Getty Images "Asteroid 2018VP1, a refrigerator-sized space-rock, is hurtling towards us at more than 25,000 mi/hr. It may buzz-cut Earth on Nov. 2, the day before the Presidential Election," Tyson warned on Instagram, Saturday. "But it’s not big enough to cause harm. So if the World ends in 2020, it won’t be the fault of the Universe." NASA has already identified the asteroid and says it has less than a one-percent chance to crack the Earth's atmosphere. "Asteroid 2018VP1 is very small, approx. 6.5 feet, and poses no threat to Earth! It currently has a 0.41% chance of entering our planet’s atmosphere, but if it did, it would disintegrate due to its extremely small size," the organization said. Regardless of whether the asteroid breaks the Earth's atmosphere, Americans will still be able to safely vote the following day. Tyson is hosting a new show on Fox titled Cosmos: Possible Worlds. The show is a follow-up to the 2014 television series Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, which Tyson also hosted. The show premiered on March 9, 2020. [Via] View the full article
  8. Game of Thrones showrunner David Benioff revealed how the series cast Pedro Pascal to play Oberyn Martell, a role that would launch him into stardom. The Mandalorian star apparently recorded his audition vertically on his iPhone. Chelsea Guglielmino / Getty Images "First of all, it was an iPhone selfie audition, which was unusual," Benioff told Variety. "And this wasn’t one of the new-fangled iPhones with the fancy cameras. It looked like shit; it was shot vertical; the whole thing was very amateurish. Except for the performance, which was intense and believable and just right." Benioff says Pascal's future stardom was clear as soon as the season was finished: "Once we saw the entire season there was no doubt Pedro was going to be a star. I thought he deserved more recognition, frankly. Was he nominated for any awards? He should have been. But Dan and I were thrilled that we gave Pedro a job that helped his ascent, because he’s an absolute gem of an actor and a man." Despite his talent, the showrunner had no intention of keeping him around any longer. "Nope. I mean, we love Pedro. And we loved that character. But his death at the hands of the Mountain was one of our favorite brutal killings from George’s books," he said. [Via] View the full article
  9. Beach Boys' Brian Wilson and Al Jardine have disavowed the current touring group, led by Mike Love, which is performing at President Donald Trump's fundraiser in Newport Beach, Sunday. Kevin Winter / Getty Images “We have absolutely nothing to do with the Trump benefit today in Newport Beach. Zero,” Wilson and Jardine said to Variety through a spokesperson. “We didn’t even know about it and were very surprised to read about it in the Los Angeles Times.” Tickets for the event range from $2,800 per donor to $150,000 per couple for co-chair status. The final time that the Beach Boys performed together with all original members was in 2012. In the time since, Love, who holds the license for the group, has led another version without the remaining founding artists. Love has been a vocal supporter of Trump throughout his presidency. “I don’t have anything negative to say about the president of the USA,” Love said in a 2017 interview. “We did attend the inauguration. That was a moving experience. I understand there are so many factions and fractious things going on – the chips will fall where they may. But Donald Trump has never been anything but kind to us. We have known him for many a year. We’ve performed at some of his venues at fundraisers and so on.” [Via] View the full article
  10. New York Giants wide receiver C.J. Board suffered a scary hit during Sunday's victory over the Washington Football Team that left the receiver immobilized. After the game, the team revealed that Board suffered a concussion and a sprained neck. Mike Stobe / Getty Images "The one thing I can say, good-news-wise, is that even on the field, he was moving, he was conscious, he was responding," head coach Joe Judge said. "He had movement in all his extremities. They obviously had to have some precautions with what they were doing." The hit came early in the third quarter when he was hit by Deshazor Everett after attempting to catch a pass from Daniel Jones. He was carted off the field and ruled out for the rest of the game. "I heard the collision. I knew it was a good hit. I looked over there and saw him," Giants' Darius Slayton said. "Obviously, first thing I did was I prayed for him. I will continue to pray for him. They said nothing was wrong with his neck. Nothing wrong with his spine. Just concussed. Obviously, I wouldn't even want that to be wrong with him, but I'm fortunate that he's alert, he's OK." Slayton says he expects Board to be released from the hospital Sunday night. [Via] View the full article
  11. Harvey Weinstein’s lawyers say he is physically and mentally weak and he is likely to die in prison if he is not freed on bail. The disgraced movie mogul is attempting to appeal his Manhattan rape conviction. Spencer Platt / Getty Images “[Weinstein’s] physical and mental condition has so deteriorated, I do not think it’s an overstatement to say that if he is not released as part of this application, his chances of surviving in prison are rather low,” his lawyer, Barry Kamins, told Judge Angela Mazzarelli during a virtual hearing. Kamins says Weinstein is suffering from diabetic retinopathy, coronary artery disease, and spinal stenosis. He is also in a wheelchair. “The defendant is almost blind, and he’s not ambulatory, and he’s on 20 medications,” said Kamins. Weinstein is currently serving a 23-year sentence at Wende Correctional Facility. His lawyers have applied for a $2 million bail. Even if he is approved for the $2 million bail, he would have to be approved for another $5 million bail for his separate case in Los Angeles. “He is not a man of any means at this point,” Kamins continued. “He has no money.” His lawyer suggested that his friends will pay the bail fee. [Via] View the full article
  12. Willow Smith, 19, says she and her brother Jaden are “shunned” by the African American community. She revealed her feelings, Tuesday, on her mom, Jada Pinkett Smith’s “Red Table Talks” show on Facebook Watch. Rich Fury / Getty Images “Specifically with the African American community, I kind of felt like me and Jaden were shunned a little bit,” she said. “We’re not gonna take pride in them because they’re too different. They’re too weird. “Even some of our family members, I would feel they thought, ‘You’re too different.’” Jada added that she has been the subject of mom-shaming, by the public’s response to the actions of her children. She explained that when Willow first shaved her head, she was criticized for letting her do so: “I have had my fair share of mom-shaming,” Jada said. “With Willow, I think the first time I got hardcore criticism, when you first cut your hair, there was a firestorm.” Willow was 11-years-old at the time. In addition to Willow shaving her head, Jaden was criticized for adopting an androgynous style. He's also referred to Tyler, The Creator as his boyfriend: “Tyler the Creator is the best friend in the world and I love him so f**king much. And I want to tell you guys something… Tyler doesn’t want to say, but Tyler is my f**king boyfriend," he said in 2018. Willow’s, grandmother Adrienne Banfield-Norris, appeared on the show as well. [Via] View the full article
  13. Matthew McConaughey says his father, James Donald McConaughey, died while making love to the Oscar-winner's mother. McConaughey discussed his family with People while promoting his new memoir, Greenlights. Amy Sussman / Getty Images “I got a call from my Mom. ‘Your dad died.’ My knees buckled. I couldn’t believe it. He was my dad. Nobody or nothing could kill him. Except mom. He’d always told me and my brothers, ‘Boys, when I go, I’m gonna be makin’ love to your mother.’ And that’s what happened. He had a heart attack when he climaxed.” McConaughey's father died in 1992, one year before the release of Dazed and Confused. His mother and father and married on three separate occasions throughout their relationship. “They were, at times, violent,” he explained to People. “As I say in the book, that is how they communicated. They were divorced twice, married three times, I mean, yeah, it was like the Pacific Ocean in a storm.” McConaughey is married to Brazilian-American model Camila Alves. The couple married in 2012 and share three kids. "Since that evening [the night they met] I have not wanted to spend time with any other woman, definitely have not wanted to sleep with anyone else. I’ve not wanted to have children with anyone else other than her," he said. Greenlights is set to release on October 20, 2020. The book is available for preorder here. [Via] View the full article
  14. The Jacksonville Jaguars have announced that 12 practice squad players and defensive end Josh Mauro have been placed on the COVID-Reserve list. James Gilbert / Getty Images The team closed their practice facility, Saturday, and is conducting football activities remotely. The team still plans to play Sunday's game against the Detriot Lions as scheduled. Mauro had just finished serving a five-game suspension for performance-enhancing substances. In his absence, the team has won just one game, their Week 1 matchup with the Colts. The team discussed the situation in a statement on Twitter, Saturday: Last night, we received results from our daily PCR testing that revealed an individual on our practice squad tested positive for COVID-19. After confirming the positive test, our organization began working with the NFL to review contact tracing data while the player self-isolated. As a precautionary measure for today, we made the decision to conduct our football activities remotely while following NFL protocols and recommendations. This decision was made in consultation with the NFL and the team's medical advisors. The health and safety of our players, coaches, and staff, as well as their families, are our top priority. We will continue to provide updates when they are available. We plan to play tomorrow's game as scheduled. As scheduled, the Jaguars and Lions kick off at 1:00 PM, Sunday. [Via] View the full article
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