The Cricket's Daily 3: Katy Perry goes for the gold
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Here's what's being talked about over the weekend in pop culture:

• In a clever publicity stunt, a shiny gold 18-wheeler tooled around Los Angeles yesterday, with the words "Katy Perry - Prism - 10-22-13" printed on the sides — presumably announcing the name and release date of the singer's next album. [Fuse]

• Errol Morris' movie about Donald Rumsfeld, a documentary about Vermeer directed by the magician Teller, and a look at the real-life bank robber who inspired "Dog Day Afternoon" have all been picked for the documentary section of this year's Toronto International Film Festival. [The Hollywood Reporter]

• Producer Jerry Bruckheimer thinks history will be kinder to "The Lone Ranger" than critics or audiences have been. [Vulture]