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The “House Of Gucci” Cast In Their First Major Roles

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They all had to start somewhere.

If you love a good true crime story, House of Gucci is likely on your watchlist.


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It’s due in theaters on November 24, and fans already can’t get enough of the all-star cast made up of Lady Gaga, Adam Driver, and Al Pacino to name a few.


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Curious how the actors got their big break? We’ve rounded up the cast’s first big roles before they made their way to House of Gucci. Check it out below:

Lady Gaga


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Then: Gaga’s first major TV role was The Countess in American Horror Story: Hotel.

Now: She plays Patrizia Reggiani in House of Gucci.


Adam Driver


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Then: One of Adam’s first big roles was Al Cody in Inside Llewyn Davis.

Now: He plays Maurizio Gucci in House of Gucci.


Salma Hayek


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Then: One of Salma’s earliest silver screen roles was Carolina in Desperado.

Now: She plays Pina Auriemma in House of Gucci.


Jared Leto


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Then: Jared’s first recurring TV role was ’90s dreamboat Jordan Catalano in My So Called Life.

Now: He plays Paolo Gucci in House of Gucci.


Al Pacino


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Then: Al truly made a mark on Hollywood when he played Michael in The Godfather.

Now: He plays Aldo Gucci in House of Gucci.


Jeremy Irons


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Then: While Jeremy’s on-screen career dates back to 1971, he played Tom Crick in 1992’s Waterland.

Now: He plays Rodolfo Gucci in House of Gucci.


Jack Huston


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Then: Jack played Wulfric in Outlander.

Now: He plays Domenico De Sole in House of Gucci.


Camille Cottin


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Then: One of Camille’s earlier roles was Andréa Martel in Call My Agent!

Now: She plays Paola Franchi in House of Gucci.


Who are you most excited to see in House of Gucci? Let us know in the comments!

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Covid pandemic strained public health delivery systems of most developed nations, says MoS Health- The New Indian Express

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NEW DELHI: The enormous pressure of increased healthcare demand because of the COVID-19 pandemic has strained the matured public health delivery systems of most developed nations, Union Minister Bharati Pravin Pawar said on Tuesday while listing the steps taken to strengthen India’s health sector.

Replying to a question in the Rajya Sabha, the Union minister of state for health said her ministry has coordinated and supported states to upgrade and ensure the health infrastructure and requisite logistics to manage the battle against Covid.

Various initiatives have been taken by the government to provide technical guidance and further strengthen the health infrastructure, ensure availability of essentials, including drugs and medical oxygen, to manage the pandemic, she said.

“Health is a state subject. The Government of India is supporting states in their endeavour to manage COVID-19 since the beginning of pandemic and requisite support is being provided to them to enhance preparedness and response capacities against COVID-19 and other public health emergencies,” Pawar said.

She said, ‘Multiple surges of COVID-19 cases have been noted globally…including India. Even the most developed countries with matured public health delivery systems have been strained and came under enormous pressure due to increased healthcare demand posed due to COVID-9 pandemic.”

The minister said the major areas for strengthening include healthcare infrastructure, equipping of health facilities with requisite logistics including drugs, oxygen and equipment, strengthening of disease surveillance at points of entry and in the community, enhancement of laboratory capacities, telemedicine and enhancement of HR capacities.

“The Ministry of Health continues to provide technical guidance for managing various aspects of COVID-19 and so far more than 150 guidelines/advisories/ SoPs/ plans have been provided to states and Union Territories.” Guidelines on Clinical management of COVID-19 continues to be updated with emerging scientific evidence.

The treatment protocol for adults was last updated on May 24 and has been widely circulated while the guidelines for the management of COVID-19 in children was issued on June 18.

Guidelines and checklists on prevention and clinical management of mucormycosis were disseminated to all states and Union Territories, Pawar said.

Also, a comprehensive Guidelines for Management of Post-Covid Sequelae was issued on October 21 after consultation with experts to guide doctors on post-COVID-19 complications and their management.

To further provide on-field assistance to the states, 170 multi-disciplinary Central teams comprising epidemiologists, clinicians, microbiologists and senior officials from the ministry have been deployed to 33 states and districts reporting increased trajectory of cases, the minister said.

States are supported in terms of supply of logistics which includes PPE Kits, N-95 masks, ventilators and drugs like hydroxychloroquine and remdesivir, she said.

They have been supported with the supply of oxygen cylinders and oxygen concentrators. They are also being supported in terms of installation of oxygen concentrator plants/pressure swing adsorption plants.

All the states have been advised to use oxygen rationally, prohibit wasteful usage by strict monitoring, undertake oxygen consumption audits in hospitals, facility-wise/hospital-wise oxygen inventory mapping and advance planning for timely replenishment.

Pawar said COVID-19 vaccine has been made available free of cost for all citizens of the country aged 18 years and above At all government COVID-19 vaccination centres.

Under the ‘Har Ghar Dastak’ campaign for improving the vaccination rate, various initiatives including community awareness campaigning his being taken to ensure mobilisation and counselling of the eligible population, the minister said. Funding support is also being provided to states and UTs through various avenues, she said.

The PM Ayushman Bharat Health Infrastructure Mission (PM-ABHIM) envisages increased investments in public health and other health reforms to safeguard against future resurgences of COVID-19, if any, and future public health emergencies, the Rajya Sabha was informed.

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Squatter couple buy Blackbird Close plot Bradwell

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A Bradwell couple have sealed the deal on a parcel of land ahead of a crucial planning meeting to decide if they can use it as their private garden.

Donna and Kent Barron will be submitting documents to the Land Registry in the next few days after closing the sale with the original builders of their property on Monday.

They took “adverse possession” of the plot in Blackbird Close and fenced off a portion of it around three years ago, effectively making them squatters after they failed to locate the owner despite extensive enquiries.

In August they received a letter from Great Yarmouth Borough Council enforcement officers asking them to apply for planning permission for a change of use,  or take the fence down.


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Donna and Kent Barron have been using part of the land as their garden under squatters rights, but have now bought it.
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A decision is due at the council’s next development control meeting on December 8.

In the meantime following years of investigations to find the legal owners Mrs Barron went back through the paperwork and found a trail leading to 1983 proving that builders WM Tubby had bought the land in February from Guyton’s.

At the time a pylon stood on the plot and it was never registered, although Eastern Power Networks had placed a caution on it.

Mr Barron then wrote to the directors asking for help and was able to buy the land for an undisclosed sum at the eleventh hour.

He said it made their case “absolute” and hoped planners would look favourably on their change-of-use bid.


Blackbird Close bid to turn land into private garden


Donna and Kent Barron have turned a patch of wasteland into a private garden after exhaustive attempts to find out who owned it.

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They now own the entire plot, including the portion not fenced in.

Documents uploaded to the borough council’s planning portal include an invoice for the sale.

Borough council leader Carl Smith has objected to the change of use citing loss of informal public open space and the risk of setting a precedent such as in large open-plan post-war housing estates.

Deputy leader Graham Plant echoed Mr Smith’s statement and requested to speak at the meeting.

Bradwell Parish Council has registered a holding objection “until such time as legal ownership of this land is resolved” adding that it intended to put a bus stop on the land.

One neighbour has objected saying allowing the change of use would “reward bad behaviour”.

To view the documents visit the borough council’s planning portal using reference 06/21/0766/CU.

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Pretty Little Liars Star Lucy Hale Fully Supports Cast of Reboot Show – Screen Rant

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