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  • Major news

  • that is shaking up the art world.

  • For a century, the Mona Lisa has been considered

  • one of the most important paintings of all time,

  • but now we're learning it may only be half as special

  • as we thought.

  • There is only one Mona Lisa, right?

  • Well, maybe not.

  • This morning, what might be another Mona Lisa.

  • If it turns out to be a real Mona Lisa,

  • it could be worth half a billion dollars.

  • This controversial other portrait,

  • so similar to Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece,

  • has long sparked intense debate.

  • Is it just a copy or an earlier version

  • finished by da Vinci himself?

  • JEAN-PIERRE ISBOUTS: The minute I saw this work,

  • I was really blown away.

  • It took me five minutes, and I was convinced.

  • Uh, it took you five minutes and you were convinced?

  • Maybe take ten minutes or 15 before you shake history?

  • What's your rush?

  • Like, maybe if you'd taken more than five minutes,

  • you might have noticed that the new Mona Lisa

  • is wearing AirPods, huh?

  • Because you realize,

  • if it's true, this story is huge.

  • Two Mona Lisas--

  • Mona Lises-- Mona Lisi...

  • However you say it, this is huge,

  • because it means that people in the 16th century

  • treated paintings the same way we treat Instagram today.

  • Yeah. Just like, "No, paint it again.

  • "I blinked.

  • "Also, my smile is weird on that one.

  • "I can't tell if I'm smiling or not."

  • "I don't even see it.

  • "I feel like this picture needs a filter.

  • Let's go to Valencia."

  • Oh, and speaking of earth-shattering news,

  • global warming. Every day we move closer and closer

  • to an all-out climate emergency.

  • And if you're worried that world leaders aren't up

  • to the challenge, well, you're right.

  • A dire warning about the future

  • after the United Nations climate talks come to an end in Madrid.

  • There's very little action,

  • even though evidence of climate change is all around.

  • REPORTER: The world struggled to respond to the crisis

  • at a U.N. climate summit in Madrid.

  • We are a little confused

  • about what documents are being discussed.

  • We're starting to get a little lost.

  • -Uh, we are kind of lost. Um... -Okay.

  • These are the warning signs our climate is in trouble.

  • 200-foot flames this weekend

  • raced across the Australian Outback.

  • In Sydney, the smoke is so bad,

  • it's like smoking 32 cigarettes a day.

  • Greenland is losing ice seven times faster

  • than it was in the '90s.

  • The warnings are there,

  • but who is listening?

  • Are you shitting me?

  • The world is falling apart,

  • and leaders at the U.N. couldn't agree on what to do?

  • (French accent): "Yeah, we don't know where the papers are.

  • I'm sorry, we-we're a little confused."

  • You know what, from now on, climate meetings

  • shouldn't be in a comfy conference room.

  • They should be held on a melting glacier.

  • That's where it should be.

  • Get these people some motivation.

  • -That's what that should be. -(cheering and applause)

  • You'll figure that shit out.

  • And, you know, as much as we're disappointed

  • at how slow our leaders are to act,

  • I think it's movies that we should blame

  • for making us think that leaders are decisive in the first place.

  • 'Cause, like, you watch Armageddon, and it's like,

  • "Sir, an asteroid is headed to Earth."

  • And it's like, "All right, get me Bruce Willis

  • "and the guy who's not good at being Batman.

  • Come on, let's go!"

  • But if, like, Armageddon happened in real life,

  • it would be like, "Sir, an asteroid is coming to Earth."

  • It would be like, "Okay, wait, are we calling it

  • "an asteroid or a comet?

  • Let's convene a panel to discuss terminology, okay?"

  • "We don't need a panel-- we need a committee!"

  • "Wait, is it a committee or a panel? I'm lost."

  • But we can't keep delaying action.

  • This is serious. The Earth is getting hotter,

  • the oceans are getting hotter,

  • Kumail Nanjiani is getting hotter.

  • We have to stop this madness.

  • All right, and, finally, some entertainment news.

  • Amazon is producing a Lord of the Rings TV show,

  • and if you think you don't have the looks for Hollywood,

  • this casting call might change your mind.

  • If you are hairy, toothless,

  • extremely tall, extremely short,

  • you could be an extra in the new Lord of the Rings series.

  • The new Amazon show is based

  • on the mythical land of Middle-earth

  • and begins production in New Zealand next year.

  • An ad from one of the two local talent agencies

  • helping with the search said it was looking for people

  • with, among other things, missing teeth

  • and wonderful noses.

  • Wow.

  • Missing teeth and wonderful noses.

  • Sounds less like a casting decision

  • and more like their makeup artist quit.

  • Yeah. Now they're just like, "All right, anybody, uh,

  • "that we gonna cast has to come already ugly, all right?

  • We gonna do this?"

  • And, by the way, I know they say that this is for the show,

  • but this might just be a trap for tricking people

  • into working in Amazon's warehouses. Yeah.

  • You'll be there, like, "I'm here for the audition."

  • They're like, "All right, take that PlayStation,

  • "put it in a box. Just keep doing that.

  • Do it again and again and again."

  • "What does this have to do with Lord of the Rings?"

  • "Yeah, they-they're doing PlayStations now.

  • It's a thing."

  • So if you think you can play an orc

  • or a dwarf or a hobbit, you can hit Amazon up.

  • But if you were looking to play Sméagol,

  • bad news: they already gave that part to Rudy Giuliani.

  • -Yeah. Yeah. -(gasping, applause)

  • He's got it. He's got it already.

  • And that's-that's really gonna mess the story up, right?

  • 'Cause he's gonna be in the story in Lord of the Rings.

  • They're gonna be like, "We're going to Mordor

  • to find the ring." And he'll be like,

  • "And dirt on Joe Biden!"

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