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Following is a summary of current entertainment news briefs. 'Carmen' and coronavirus don't match:

New York's Metropolitan Opera will keep its curtains closed until a New Year's Eve opening gala, it said on Monday, as it announced a season shortened by the coronavirus epidemic. Free Press Release Network "Social distancing and grand opera simply don't go together," general manager Peter Gelb said in a video message. Zimbabwean film industry makes Netflix debut with 'Cook Off'


Zimbabwean film Cook Off, a romance about a struggling single mother who finds love during a cooking competition, premiered on Netflix on Monday, a debut that its makers hope will propel the country's small film sector to global audiences. Free Press Release Website Zimbabwe often grabs headlines for its economic woes and political crises, but producer Joe Njagu said the film sought to project a different image. Virtual no more - real Michelangelo awes again in Vatican Museums
If you've ever dreamed of being in the Sistine Chapel without feeling like you are craning your neck in a packed open-top tourist bus, now is your chance. Free Press Release Site The Vatican Museums re-opened to the public on Monday after being closed for nearly three months because of the coronavirus lockdown. Frequent testing, less contact recommended to get Hollywood cameras rolling again
Hollywood studios and labor unions on Monday proposed extensive coronavirus testing and other safeguards to allow actors and crew members to resume movie and TV show production in the United States. An entertainment industry task force sent dozens of recommendations to the governors of California and New York, two of the largest U.S. production hubs, and was awaiting a green light to return to sets. Free Press Release Distribution Filming around the world was halted in mid-March to help curb the coronavirus pandemic. MTV goes dark, record labels hit pause as U.S. protests rage

NYC's Met Opera closed till December 31

Youth television channel MTV and other stablemate channels said they will go dark around the world on Monday to mark the death in police custody of George Floyd, joining other U.S. entertainment outlets in condemning racial inequality. Free Press Release Service MTV will be joined by its other ViacomCBS youth and music channels, including Comedy Central, CMT, and VH1, at 5 p.m. ET (2100 GMT) in an eight minute, 46 second blackout - the length of time they said that a white Minneapolis police officer last week knelt on the neck of Floyd, a black man.

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