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good morning, america. waging war against the front-runner. mitt romney blasts donald trump calling him a phony and a fraud as the billionaire gets closer to capturing the gop nomination. trump joins us live. new overnight, major arrests in that brazen gun shop robbery. at least ten suspects caught on camera swarming a store smashing display cases and getting away with an arsenal of weapons. the massive manhunt. to find the other thieves right now. smackdown, hulk hogan's $100 million lawsuit suing a website about his private tape. we have what the former pro wrestler is saying as he prepares for the biggest fight of his life. ♪ on top of the world the 11-year-old hitting the shot of a lifetime in front of one of the greatest golfers of all time, tiger woods' epic reaction this morning.
and good morning, america. how good is it to be taylor crozier, that little 11-year-old boy right there? first shot and a brand-new tiger woods golf course. you saw it was a par 3. you can guess what happened. >> hole in one like that you could not have scripted it any better. another person having a great day is astronaut scott kelly. back here in the good old u.s. of a touching down in houston reuniting with family and friends. we'll have the latest on that just ahead. we do begin with that breaking news in the race for the white house. mitt romney set to launch a major new attack in the gop establishment's battle with donald trump as the candidates get ready for another crucial debate tonight. abc's tom llamas is on the scene in detroit where that debate will take place, good morning, tom. >> reporter: george, good morning. and i have a copy of mitt romney's speech right here. he's going to deliver it in a few hours.
it is a blistering attack on donald trump. he calls trump a phony and a fraud and plays america for suckers and in one of the last lines of the speech, he says trump gets a free ride to the white house and all we get is a lousy hat. many people talked about a republican civil war when it comes to trump being the nominee. judging from the speech, that war is now under way. back in 2012, their relationship was in full bloom. donald trump endorsing mitt romney. >> i'm so honored and pleased to have his endorsement. >> reporter: but now romney thinks trump is toxic to the party and is set to make the case against him later in a major speech. romney calling for him to release his tax returns. >> i think we have good reason to believe that there is a bombshell in donald trump's taxes. >> reporter: but trump firing back, posting this clip on his facebook page, a greatest hits of mitt romney's least conservative moments. >> i will preserve and protect a woman's right to choose. >> i want universal coverage. i want everyone in massachusetts
and this country to have insurance. >> reporter: trump tweeting that romney's upcoming news conference is just another desperate move by the man who should have easily beaten barack obama. marco rubio tells me the battle for the conservative movement is why he's still fighting after winning only one state out of 15. >> i am willing to fight as long as it takes to ensure that we save the conservative movement in the republican party from a con artist like donald trump. >> reporter: senator cruz saying right now there are too many candidates to beat trump. >> if we are going to beat donald trump, the field can't remain fractured. >> reporter: the field is narrowing. dr. ben carson essentially ending his campaign on wednesday announcing there's no political path forward. >> and as trump racks up victories, confidence is spreading through the trump family. melania trump when asked making her case for first lady. >> would you be a good first lady, do you think? >> yes, of course. >> why? >> i -- i'm a perfectionist.
i like to do things perfect and i like to put myself 100% into it, into what i do. >> reporter: melania trump back to the establishment attacks on donald trump. this letter out this morning for more than 50 gop national security professionals making the same case. donald trump will keep us less safe, a point mitt romney will make and trump will lead us right to an economic recession, george. >> okay, tom, thanks. let's hear what donald trump has to say about it right now. mr. trump, thank you for joining us again this morning. i want to put up that excerpt up on the screen right now. he says, here's what i know, donald trump is a phony, a fraud. his promises are as worthless as a degree from trump university. he's playing the american public for suckers. he gets a free ride to the white house, all we get is a lousy hat. your response? >> well, look, mitt romney was a failed candidate, should have beaten barack obama easily. i've brought millions and millions of people and you know
this, george, because i saw your report on it into the republican party over the last very short period of time. it's the biggest story in politic, how many people are flocking into the republican party. they're leaving the democrats, they're leaving the independents, they're no longer independent. they're now going as republicans and they're with me 100%. i have rallies the other day in alabama, we had 35,000 people. 35,000, the biggest one of the season by anybody by far. we're having the biggest rallies. we get 20,000 and 15,000 routinely and there's great enthusiasm -- >> how about -- >> except by the establishment. >> how about the substance. he brings up trump university. you're facing ads in several states, several million dollars in ads where victims say they were scammed out of thousands, even tens of thousands of dollars. that's hitting you hard right in the middle of the campaign. >> george, it's a simple civil case. i could have settled and probably still could very, very easily but i don't want to settle it because, look, the people that took the course, 98%
of those people liked the school. we have report cards. every single person that is in a civil case -- >> that was before they took the courses. >> excuse me. every single person that has taken it practically, almost all, 98%, loved it. we have an "a" from the better business bureau. we got rated "a." it's a legal deal for lawyers to make money. >> sir, according to "the new york daily news" you got a "d" minus from the better business bureau. >> take a look at it. you're wrong. it's up there right now. >> i have it. >> it's posted as an "a" and i think they gave us a different mark before we gave them information. after they got the information they gave us an "a" so we have an "a." who is going to settle a lawsuit when everybody is suing. these are just people saying, oh, wow, if i can get my money back. i'm sued all the time and so is every other big business person. the difference -- this is why they say if you're successful you can't run for political office because everything you do you get sued on and it gets exposed.
we will win that case very easily. i just don't want to settle. i can settle it's easily. i just don't want to settle. >> how about the foreign policy attacks from these 50 foreign policy experts? they say your advocacy for trade wars is a recipe for economic disaster in a globally connected world. his embrace of the expansive use of torture is inexcusable. the former head of the cia has said the military will refuse to act if you order torture because they're not required to follow orders that violate international law. how would president trump respond if the military refused to follow your orders? >> i'll tell you how good our military is doing under michael hayden and people such as this. we've been fighting wars in the middle east for 15 years, 18 years, we're in debt $4 trillion or $5 trillion. we don't know what we're doing or who we're fighting. we are arming enemies -- arming people that we want on our side. we don't even know who they are. when they take over a country they're worse than the people they depose. give me a break and as far as
the economics are concerned we're going to lose $500 billion this year with china. we're losing with japan. we're losing with mexico. at the border and at trade. don't tell me about these people that sit around. the american worker is making less money now than they made 12 years ago, george. and that's why they're banking on me. but now they're spending the establishment is spending $100 million on phony ads against me and who knows what that does. >> but the question -- >> but i will tell you this, the republicans, it's dynamic what's happening. millions of people are joining the republican party because of me. and you know what, the republican establishment will probably give it right back and go back to the ole days of mitt romney that couldn't win. >> back to the question, if you order torture and the military refuses to carry out your orders, how will you respond? >> i don't think that would happen. i'm a leader. i don't think that would happen. they're cutting off heads in the middle east.
they're chopping off people's heads in the middle east and we're afraid to waterboard. give me a break, george. general douglas macarthur and general patton are in their graves right now spinning in their graves, they don't believe what they're seeing. we don't know how to win anymore. we can't win a war. we can't win economically and this is why this is happening. remember, we're losing $500 billion in terms of trade deficit with china. we have to change things around. we can't go on like this, george. >> ready for megyn kelly tonight? >> i'm ready. i'm absolutely ready. >> mr. trump, thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you very much. >> we invited marco rubio and ted cruz on this morning. they both declined. >> now to the democratic race, hillary clinton celebrating her super tuesday victories at a star-studded bash overnight as there's breaking news in her e-mail scandal. abc's cecilia vega is here with the latest on that, good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: good morning to you. there are new reports this morning that the fbi could seek to question hillary clinton herself in the coming weeks and
the justice department has reportedly granted immunity to an aide who worked on her private e-mail server. this as clinton moves closer to securing this nomination. overnight in full celebration mode at a star-studded radio city music hall fund-raiser. ♪ you're going to hear me roar >> reporter: a hollywood who's who of supporters there for the big show. ♪ ballerina >> reporter: from elton john. >> this is a very important year for america and she's the only hope you have. >> reporter: to katy perry. >> the election feels very personal to me. >> reporter: julianne moore and jamie foxx. >> hillary. >> reporter: and the entire clinton family but the clintons are not the only ones packing in the crowds. >> thank you, bernie. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: bernie sanders now struggling to keep up with his rival's delegate lead but he is still drawing big support from maine to michigan.
>> a great nation is judged not by how many millionaires and billionaires it has, but by how it treats the weakest and most vulnerable amongst us. >> reporter: this crowd overnight reaching 10,000 strong and while clinton still has the vermont senator to contend with, she now seems laser focused on a different man standing in her way. >> so, we've got work to do, my friends. but not to make america great again, america never stopped being great. [ cheers and applause ] >> we have to make america whole. >> reporter: now, on those e-mails clinton's aides insist this is not cause for concern. they say the possibility of an fbi interview is a sign the investigation could be concluded soon. guys, still, this is not the headline this team wants to deal with as she says it's time to take her campaign national. >> especially at this point right now. all right, cecilia, thank you. joining us from washington abc's
jon karl picking up on what cecilia was talking about with the e-mail controversy. in your opinion what does this mean for her campaign, hillary clinton? >> this is the cloud that just won't go away. the latest reports are an indication this remains very much an active fbi investigation and although there's absolutely no indication that clinton herself is a target, it is very likely that she will be asked to testify or at least come in and take questions from the fbi in the coming weeks. now, the campaign says she is happy to do that but trust me, that is not the way a candidate working to wrap up her party's nomination and as cecilia said take her campaign national wants to be spending her time. >> not at all. let's talk about the gop big debate tonight on fox. you heard that donald trump just talking with george, what do the other candidates have to do to effectively take on trump tonight? >> reporter: well, trump's rivals are almost out of time and this debate is one last golden opportunity to find a way to take him down. there will be only four candidates on the stage, that means more time to put trump on
the spot and he will be facing as you pointed out not just the rivals, but also megyn kelly who has shown maybe more than just about anybody that she can really get under trump's skin. >> we'll see what happens tonight, jon. thank you. a massive manhunt for a band of robbers. they captured three of the suspects seen in this video. it shows ten thieves swarming a gun shop making off with dozens of guns. abc's phillip mena has the latest. >> reporter: this morning, after a two-day manhunt, police say they have captured three of these ten brazen gun store bandits who were caught on five different security cameras raiding a houston shop in this newly released surveillance video. watch as the hooded and masked suspects use a chain attached to a pickup truck to rip the steel clad front door right off its hinges. they burst inside ransacking the premises using hammers to smash the display cases snatching dozens of weapons.
this thief jumping over a counter to rip an assault rifle off a wall display and this hooded burglar bagging at least 18 handguns in just 30 seconds. >> what it potentially means you have that many people now distributing firearms on the streets of houston. >> reporter: the crooks making several trips back to their escape vehicles to unload the loot. one suspect nearly falling as he races back into the store. others dropping a few guns as they rush to escape before police arrive. police say it took the thieves less than two minutes to get away with more than 50 weapons while authorities say some of these stolen guns have just been recovered, they're still concerned over the possible crimes that might be committed with the stolen guns still at large. >> you got another criminal element that needs firearms to commit their crimes, sometimes associated with the drug trade or robberies. >> reporter: police say the suspects changed getaway vehicles about a block away. this morning authorities are offering a $5,000 reward for any information that leads to their
arrests. george, robin. >> that is alarming video. >> it really is. now to a caught on camera encounter between an officer and teen triggering outrage at a baltimore public school. this morning the footage shows the officer slapping and kicking a student, abc's mary bruce has the details and joins us from baltimore. good morning, mary. >> reporter: hi, robin. good morning. what happened here is hard to watch. the video is just a few seconds long but it has already sparked what the school system is calling a vigorous investigation. this morning, baltimore prosecutors launching a criminal investigation into this brutal attack caught on tape. the video just four seconds long going viral. watch as an armed school police officer at baltimore's reach partnership school slaps this 16-year-old boy three times before kicking him. look closely, a second officer standing next to him doesn't flinch or react. the video sending shock waves through the community. >> as a parent of a baltimore
city school student, i was appalled by what i saw, that behavior that was demonstrated on the -- the video is certainly something you never want to see. >> reporter: this morning school officials telling abc news the two officers have been placed on administrative leave. >> this incident is not indicative. this is unacceptable. it's not behavior that will ever be tolerated by any city school employee but this is an isolated incident. >> reporter: words of little comfort for this teen whose lawyer says suffered injuries to his rib and face. his family asking to keep his identity private. >> this isn't the wild, wild west. even if, in fact, that client had done something to provoke the incident it's not an eye for an eye. that's not how police are trained. >> reporter: now his lawyer says the teen is a student here but officials say he is not and that his presence here on these grounds is now under investigation. george and robin. >> wow.
thank goodness the camera was there. >> that's true. >> very unfortunate. >> a higher note. >> a little better feel-good story from tiger woods who was in texas yesterday for the opening of a new golf course he designed but i bet you he didn't see this coming. check this out. there they are walking to the green, 11-year-old junior player crozier hit the first shot an a par 3. his it, it trickles down, gets a hole in one -- right in front -- >> the first shot. >> tiger steps up and says, now i have to follow that? are you kidding me right now? but it was such a good thing. tiger later on signed the score card and the card shows that taylor and his friend beat tiger by three strokes. >> a hole in one. >> taylor has the chance to play with tiger because he had perfect attendance at school. this is a pretty good excuse to skip a day when he goes back, everybody knows why. >> a sweet swing.
>> sweet swing. he could beat me and you george, we've played together. i think he got both of us. >> he sure does. thank you, michael. on to rob. you have this winter storm moving east. >> not a great day to be playing golf. you made it way too easy. he'll have to buy everybody a round of milk. snow across the midwest today. generally speaking 1 to 3 inches but a winter storm watch posted for richmond where we see the heaviest snow. snow in chicago this morning. tomorrow from d.c. to new york just enough to make for a bit of a messy commute and boston, here you go, widespread 1 to 3 inches.
>> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area forecast. it will be mostly cloudy. with scattered light showers. a stronger storm this weekend. a brief break next week before more rain next weekend. the day planner today, mainly dry through 9:00 and isolated scattered showers will end during the evening hours. here is my seven-day forecast: i have increased our storm impact scale for saturday. it will be a >> 71 degrees today in dallas. that is feeling like spring. we'll get some of that into the northeast next week. maybe some rounds of golf. >> maybe so. thank you, rob. coming up here on "gma," hulk hogan ready for the main event. the groundbreaking $100 million lawsuit over his private tape, the trial getting under way. what the former superstar wrestler is saying now. tina fey unloads on the
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welcome back to "gma." that is the debate hall in detroit. republican candidates facing off tonight. four left and donald trump under new pressure fending off new attacks from mitt romney who is now calling the front-runner a phony and a fraud. also right now, on this friday eve, the deflategate case is back. legal teams for tom brady and the nfl set to head to court today as the league appeals a judge's decision to overturn brady's four-game suspension. and scott kelly back on american soil after spending nearly a year in space. the rocket man welcomed home by family and friends in houston and getting a special call from president obama. >> big smile right there. a big following as well. tina fey is making headlines. speaking out about the oscars, michael. >> the queen of comedy, taking
on everyone from leo to lady gaga for what they said during the biggest night in hollywood. we'll tell you why coming up. >> she did not -- >> she didn't hold back. >> not at all, michael. we begin with that legal battle between hulk hogan and the website gawker. the former pro wrestler is fighting it out in court this time suing the site for $100 million for posting a portion of his private tape. abc's linzie janis is here with the latest. good morning, linzie. >> reporter: good morning, robin. after nearly four years of legal wrangling the trial is finally here with jury selection under way and this is significant because it is the first celebrity sex tape case to ever go to trial. this morning, hulk hogan is preparing for the battle of a lifetime. but this time the hulkster whose real name is terry bollea isn't headed into the ring but into a courtroom. the wwe star suing the gossip
site for $100 million for posting a video of him having sex with heather clem, the then wife of his former best friend. florida radio deejay bubba the love sponge. >> this was incredible. invasion of his privacy. it was taken without his knowledge and/or consent. >> reporter: now hogan tweeting before court tuesday, "time for the real main event. i am going to slam another giant." but gawker arguing the tape and hogan's affair were newsworthy. >> months before gawker published this was a giant story in the news. >> reporter: the company telling abc news, "we are defending the first amendment against hulk hogan's effort to create a world where celebrities can promote themselves around any topic, in this case sex, and then veto how the media covers their lives. hulk hogan bragged about his sex life for years and denied this
particular sexual encounter." hogan maintains the leaked tape has damaged both his personal and professional life. he was wiped from the wwe hall of fame in july after the national enquirer released a previously unheard audiotape from the sex tape. hogan heard making racial slurs. >> can we stop for a second? >> reporter: telling amy robach after the audio's release he hit rock bottom. >> i was at the lowest point of my life to the point where i wanted to kill myself. >> you were suicidal. >> yes, i was. >> reporter: opening arguments are set to begin monday and the trial is expected to take three weeks, hogan is expected to take the witness stand. robin. >> linzie, thank you. we bring in abc's chief legal analyst dan abrams for this. a high-profile case like this seating a jury, how difficult is that? what are both sides looking for? >> i think you'll be able to find a jury pretty easily. there's been a lot higher profile cases where they have. but it is critical.
why? they're not fighting over the facts, they kind of agree as to what happened. it's a question of how do you interpret the law and so which jurors you get and what mind-set they come in with is absolutely critical. so hogan's team will want people simply offended that gawker published this at all while gawker's team will want people more willing to focus on sort of constitutional principles but it will be an interesting case to be a juror on because no one was killed here. you got some sort of obnoxious high-profile person against an obnoxious high-profile media entity, kind of a fun case to preside over. >> that's one way of looking at it. >> yeah. >> gawker's stance is that first amendment. >> that's right and it's hard -- some people will say, it's a sex tape. how could there be a first amendment claim? what gawker is basically saying is the minute hulk hogan starts always talking about his sex life and specifically talking about not having sex with the person he's having sex with on
the tape, that that becomes newsworthy. they say, look, we only used a little over a minute of the tape. we didn't play the whole thing. we were using it just as much as was necessary to be newsworthy. >> won't it be tricky with the jury. >> absolutely. it's going to be a hard argument for a jury. it's the sort of argument better in an appellate court. key question did they need to use the tape. >> you think it's fun. i don't know if the two sides think it is. >> i think it's a fascinating case. >> the bus brawl caught on camera. three college students claimed they were attacked because of their race but now facing charges because this surveillance video tells a different story. abc's gio benitez is on the scene in albany, new york. >> reporter: good morning. police say they've enhanced that video and talked to witnesses and now they firmly believe that the girls are lying. this morning three college students under fire for what's seen in the surveillance video. >> hi, i'd like to report the
fact that me and my friends were just jumped on a bus for being black. >> reporter: just after 1 a.m. on january 30th ariel agudio, alexis briggs and asha burwell all 20-year-old college students at the university at albany claiming they were the only black students on a city bus when they were called racial slurs and hit by several white males. they say they were surrounded by students and felt threatened. they fought back. two of the girls called 911. >> it was a racially fueled crime. we were three black girls jumped by like 20 white people. >> reporter: university staff and students immediately rallying behind the girls. but within hours of that rally, an instagram video posted online showing what looks like the girls approaching the men first. the university and city immediately launching an investigation. >> i ask all of us to not rush to judgment. >> reporter: leading to the release of this surveillance video from inside the bus that night.
witnesses on board telling police, it wasn't the men but the women who were the aggressors. >> it definitely looks like it wasn't what the girls said happened and looks the opposite. >> reporter: the girls maintain they are the victims. this week all three girls in court pleading not guilty to charges of third degree assault. civil rights activists now concerned about what this case could mean for future racial crimes. >> when there's another incident or similar incident, will the community believe them and that's troubling for many people. >> reporter: and two of the girls have also been charged with falsely reporting an incident. by the way we should tell you the video does not make clear exactly what happened. a jury may have to decide. rob and george. >> thank you. coming up teacher says she was forced to resign after a student stole private photos from her phone. she's speaking out about it next. and george clooney drops a hollywood bombshell. why the superstar says he may soon end his acting career and what he plans to do next. come on back.
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and now to the photo scandal shaking up a school system. a south carolina teacher says she was forced to resign after nude photos of herself meant for her husband were made public when a student stole her phone. abc's steve osunsami has the story. >> reporter: this morning a south carolina teacher is fighting for her job after what she calls an embarrassing breach of her privacy. >> you know, you don't think about somebody invading your privacy like that. >> reporter: leigh anne arthur says intimate photos meant for her husband were stolen from her cell phone and shared by one of her own students but the school district says she's the one at fault and she's now out of work. >> everybody that you look at, you ask, well, have they seen it or what exactly did they see? it's the weirdest feeling. it makes you just want to just ball up and just stay there. >> reporter: arthur says it happened when she briefly left her classroom at union county
high school last month. she says a male student looked through her phone and found her partially nude photos. she says he then sent them to other students. arthur says school officials pressured her to resign a week later and a statement the school superintendent tells abc news, she could have prevented the problem if she was properly supervising the students and that the evidence indicates that students routinely used the teacher's cell phone with her full permission. >> as teachers we're go out in the hallway, greet the kids when they come in and monitor the hallways and that's what i was doing. i wasn't away from my phone no more than three minutes. >> reporter: arthur is arguing those photos were private meant as a valentine's day surprise saying the student was wrong and the school is yet to discipline the teen and will act when the investigation is over. many of arthur's other students are standing behind her this morning with this online petition, arguing that the circumstances in which mrs. arthur was let go is unacceptable and must be corrected. she says she'll sue the school and file criminal charges against that student.
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♪ started with a whisper back now with tina fey making headlines with harsh words for hollywood sounding off on everything from the academy awards to why it's a terrible time for women in comedy. abc's t.j. holmes is here with the details. good morning, t.j. >> stay with me here. let's face it, actors are very stupid, that's a direct quote from tina fey and she was just getting started talking about all the political, social issues that came up, the oscars, she felt like hollywood was preaching to the rest of us but not qualified to be on the pulpit. tina fey unplugged. >> this is some real hollywood bull [ bleep ]. >> reporter: not holding back with howard stern about the political messages that took over.
parts of sunday's oscars. >> you're damn right hollywood is racist. >> climate change is real. it is happening right now. >> too many women and men on and off college campuses are still victims of sexual abuse. >> everyone is telling me, like, what to do and it was like, people yelling at me about rape and corporate greed and but really it's climate change. i was like, guys, pick a lane. >> faye continued to rip on lady gaga who performed an emotional tribute to survivors of sexual abuse. ♪ till it happens to you >> there was a gorgeous picture online the next day of lady gaga in the photo booth and the quote was like, i just felt after my performance at the oscars i felt like a weight had been lifted. i felt like i could stop hiding and i wanted to be like, oh, girl, have you been hiding? you've been doing a terrible job hiding. i'm seeing you everywhere. >> reporter: in her new movie "whiskey tango foxtrot" she plays a reporter battles with sexism, that she's still
fighting in her real life and tells "town & country" magazine it's a terrible time in the comedy world for women. the boys are still getting more money for a lot of garbage while the ladies are hustling and doing amazing work for less. now, tina fey who lives here in new york says she's glad she lives in new york so she doesn't have to hang out with the hollywood types out there. another thing she talked about on the howard stern interview, let me see the interview. put this up. the moment howard stern asked you about the moment with you. he asked her about it because he said you looked annoyed in there talking to you and taking a selfie. she wouldn't go there and was very complimentary of you and said she appreciated the selfie taking a selfie with a tall person because she has to look up. >> i know where howard's studio is. >> he knows how to get to the talk. >> he's the best interviewer out there. he will get you to talk. >> she was having fun. it was a fun and raunchy comedic interview. >> thank you, t.j. we'll be back.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and midair emergency. alarming arson on board american airlines. >> flight 1418 declared emergency. we got a possible fire in the lavatory. >> the flight attendant who confessed to starting the fire now in court. fighting for her family. madonna going head-to-head with her former husband over their 15-year-old son. why did their talks over custody break down, and what's next for rocco? ♪ tongue tied up turn back time. it's called the insta-face-lift promising big results for less money and no time under the knife. "gma" viewers try it out. the results this morning. ♪ i won't give up ♪ no i won't give in and one-on-one with shakira, the international superstar's huge new project, her brand-new song that even her own son can't
stop singing, all that as we say -- >> good morning, america. ♪ the story of my life ♪ i take her home i drive all night to keep her warm ♪ a nice crowd here in times square this morning. a little bundled up. chilly here. this morning i got to say we just saw shakira there. a lot of excitement for "zootopia" in our house. a lot of people looking forward to that and we have a big thursday morning here. >> we do. also this thursday morning, angelina jolie's breast cancer doctor is going to join us with important information about a rare and aggressive type of cancer. it is called triple negative breast cancer, something that i was diagnosed with in 2007, and there is new research and new techniques that could help detect it faster. and tory johnson is here with "deals & steals" with items for your whole family and the best thing about it, everything is under 20 bucks. >> and something that i heard, what was that, a blister guard? >> yes, for your heel. we got some nice socks you'll enjoy. >> love those socks.
>> really? >> oh, i love those socks. >> i'm in. >> excited over socks. >> the excitement in your face. >> over socks. i've never seen somebody so excited over socks. >> i know what i'm getting you for your birthday. plus, "pop news" is coming, and we have a big headline about george clooney, why he says he may quit acting. no joke. serious. >> we've got a lot coming up. let's get the morning rundown now from cecilia vega. >> you had me at george clooney. good morning to you. the big story this morning, a scathing attack on donald trump from former republican presidential nominee mitt romney. in a speech today abc news has learned romney will unleash on trump calling him a phony and a fraud. he will also call trump's campaign promises worthless. it's the latest move by the gop establishment to block trump from the nomination. trump dismissed the criticism telling george earlier this morning, that romney is a failed candidate. trump also took credit for bringing millions of people into the republican party. the republicans will, of course,
face off in a fox news debate tonight without ben carson who is expected to now drop out of the race tomorrow. new details in the hillary clinton e-mail controversy. the former staffer who set up clinton's private server has reportedly been granted immunity by the justice department. bryan pagliano previously pleaded the fifth when asked -- when he was asked to testify about the possible mishandling of classified information. an alabama police officer now faces murder charges in the shooting death of an unarmed black man. police say officer aaron smith shot gregory gunn while he was walking home at 3:00 a.m. they say gunn fought with the officer and appeared to be holding a weapon, which turned out to be a paint stick. gunn's family denies that. and now to the latest on scott kelly, the astronaut, returning home to houston overnight after nearly a year in space and getting a special phone call from president obama. abc's david kerley was right there for the homecoming. [ cheers and applause ]
>> reporter: astronaut scott kelly home in houston early in the morning. >> it was a very long trip. it's great to be back in texas on u.s. soil. >> reporter: 340 days in space, made hugs with his children, girlfriend, twin brother and former congresswoman gabby giffords especially sweet. >> i missed everyone very much. >> reporter: kelly's mission, to test human endurance. it rekindled an interest in the space program, which he fed on social media with updates and glorious pictures of the planet. now, scott will be compared to his identical twin mark, likely two inches taller with less bone and muscle mass for now and already tweeted his first sunset on earth and getting his earth legs back and made fun of his final flight home. >> used to going 17,500 miles an hour but this airplane doesn't do quite that. >> reporter: what's next for scott kelly? a battery of medical tests to find other changes between him and his brother. he says his return is bittersweet. he was ready to come back to earth, but he's going to miss the space station. of course, he can always come visit the mock-up in houston if
he gets a little homesick. cecilia. >> thank you. welcome home, scott kelly. a flight attendant from texas is accused of deliberately starting a fire on a plane. johnathan montano confessed to igniting paper towels in the restroom. during an american airlines flight from dallas to detroit. they say he then pretended to play hero and put out the flames. no one was injured. and take a look at this. a couple near seattle feeling very lucky this morning after a tire from a tractor trailer crashed through their windshield. they were not seriously hurt. they had just, though, registered that new honda minutes earlier. and finally, so you see some bubbles in the backyard swimming pool and you go out to investigate, and it turns out a nine-foot alligator decided to come over and take a little swim. this is what one florida family found. they had to call in, yeah, a trapper to drag that angry gator out of the pool. it was safely returned to where it belonged.
as you can hear the family in the video saying, bye, as the gator was being hauled off. >> later, gator. oh. thank you very much. thank you very much. >> robin. >> thank you, cecilia. >> it's thursday. let's go to michael. >> yes, it is. >> yes, it is thursday. all right, here's a look at what's coming up on the "gma morning menu." madonna's major setback, the latest twist in her custody battle with guy ritchie over their son rocco. and insta-lift. could a new noninvasive procedure tighten your skin in just 30 minutes? dr. ashton is here live to tell us about that. plus, the one and only jeff daniels is here with the latest on a big new role. man, i wish i was that handsome. oh, boy, it is "deals & steals" day. tory johnson, you know what, tory is here and sees savings in your future coming up on "gma" in times square. i'll tell you. "gma's morning menu" is brought to you by new centrum vitamints, a multivitamin you enjoy like a mint. ♪
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for love going toe-to-toe in a new york courtroom with her former husband guy ritchie over their 15-year-old son rocco. another pull in the custody tug-of-war between the former couple. a new york judge citing it's in the best interest of the child to reverse a previous order allowing rocco to remain in london with his father for the final being. >> this judge gets it. she's listening to rocco intensely, and rocco has said he wants off the family bus. >> reporter: reports saying the exes had neared a custody agreement outside of court but apparently talks stalled before the hearing forcing the judge to tell the parents that rocco, who has been living with his father in the uk since december, should try to allow him to go forward in the most normal way. >> and the real winner was rocco. rocco got to stay in england with his father where he wanted to be in the first place. >> reporter: while neither parent appeared in court they called in from abroad and were able to hear from rocco's attorney how the ongoing public custody battle is taking its toll on their teenage son saying, in almost every conversation, he has stressed to me how stressful the very public
custody battle is. ♪ when you call my name it's like a little prayer ♪ >> reporter: the queen of pop had been hoping for the return of her son after rocco allegedly got borrowed of touring with mom and in an act of rebellion decided to live with dad. >> the judge said, guy and madonna, you guys need to figure out what's best for this child. now they have a few months to really get it together. >> reporter: the material mom currently on her "rebel heart" tour in new zealand. the next hearing pertaining to rocco's custody now scheduled for early june. and attorneys say just because rocco is living with his father now doesn't mean it will stay that way. >> you can bet madonna is going to have a parenting expert and lots of evidence and she is going to be ready to fight if she ends up back in court in june. >> and, again, the next court date is tentatively scheduled for june 1st. we've reached out to both sets of attorneys and currently they have no comment. >> hope he's okay. >> thank you, jesse. time now to turn back time
with something called the insta-lift. it's a new fda cleared procedure that claims to give you some of the results of a more expensive face-lift for less money, and you don't have to undergo the knife. abc's deborah roberts is here with the details. good morning, deb. >> hey, robin. european women have been using this for years. it's called the silhouette insta-lift and just like those popular fillers, it's a quick lunchtime procedure, no surgery, and those who have had it say it lasts twice as long. not much bothers phyllis cunningham except lately looking at herself in the mirror. >> i don't like the look of my face. it needs a little pumping up or pulling back or just to give me a lift. >> reporter: the new jersey grandmom is about to turn 60 and wants to look as young as she feels, but she doesn't want a surgical face-lift. >> if i went under the knife, i'd have to go under general
anesthesia. >> reporter: so when phyllis heard a new long lasting nonsurgical face-lift popular in europe was not available in the states, she scheduled an appointment with chicago based cosmetic surgeon julius few. the insta-lift is an in and out office procedure with no general anesthesia for incisions. >> so you get to see the effect right away but without the recovery time. >> reporter: we watch as dr. few numbs phyllis' face inserting a series of tiny threaded biodegradable cones in and around her cheeks and jaw line made of the same material as medical stitches. the cones gently tighten the skin. how are you feeling? are you noticing it? are you feeling it? >> no, i'm numb. >> you really don't feel it? >> nope. >> reporter: less than half an hour later, phyllis gets to see her face. >> oh, my god. oh, my god. >> you already notice a difference? >> oh, yeah. there's nothing hanging here. >> yeah. >> reporter: here's phyllis before the procedure and after. >> just starting to show the signs of aging change. >> reporter: 57-year-old victoria frederick was similarly
thrilled with the result of her 30-minute face-lift. >> wow. to look at myself in the mirror i feel like i got ten years back. >> reporter: the insta-lift has potential side effects including swelling, nerve damage and a lopsided face. the cost of the procedure, about $3,000, a fraction of surgical face-lifts, which can run into the tens of thousands of dollars, and dr. few says the results last about 18 months. now phyllis says she loves looking at herself in the mirror. >> i look gorgeous. and i love it. >> she's pretty happy. since we saw her about three weeks ago, phyllis says her jaw line is smoother and she's more toned and she's thrilled. but, of course, it is early so we'll have to see how she progresses. remember, it's a fairly new procedure here in the states. only a handful of doctors trained to do it. and here's what the fuss is all about, robin, and, jen, you probably already know.
it's a teeny, tiny thread with little teeny bits of cones in here. they thread it under the skin. this is what the doctors say plumps up the skin and actually gives it, they say, a little bit more volume and makes it smoother. and this is what happens, and it lasts and eventually it breaks down because it's biodegradable. >> so it'll eventually break down. okay, deb. well, you bring in dr. jen ashton and you see that. you see the results. it looks very good. but what is the traditional face-lift? how do you compare the two? >> so, surgical face-lift is the gold standard but it might not be right for every woman or man because men are undergoing both, as well. so to compare them, let's look at them, you know, on a couple of parameters head-to-head. first of all, cost as deb said, this is a fraction of the cost, but it's not cheap. this is going to vary based on location and who does it. but $3,000 and potentially something that you might have to repeat every 18 months, you can rapidly get up to similar costs to a surgical face-lift. recovery time we heard. slim to none with this.
you know, several weeks for surgery, and then the time that it will last, this is not apples to apples. this is apples to oranges. you know, this might be right for one person. it's all about selecting the right patient candidate. >> but doesn't this fall under what is old is new again? weren't we talking about this in the '90s. >> so, we saw -- we did. we heard about this years ago, the threading technique. and as deb showed us, what's new here are these knots. now, what this is is this is called monofilament like fishing line, the iuds are made out of this and cones or knots in this material are thought to stimulate an inflammatory response, which then triggers collagen production, so if you've ever had stitches in your skin or surgery where you have a scar, if you feel that scar several weeks after surgery, how it feels hard, that's basically what's going on in the face. >> what are the side effects here? >> well, listen, any time you put a needle through the skin, you can have a small risk of infection. there are major nerves and blood
vessels in the face. if you hit one of those, you could have damage or bleeding. and with any cosmetic procedure, you can have an unsatisfactory cosmetic response and look in the mirror and say, not really thrilled with how it looks but most people are generally satisfied if your expectations are appropriate going in. >> and that's the key. your expectations have to be sort of like level here when you're looking at this. >> there are so many people tuning in and who we do a lot of segments on you're getting older. you feel good but you want to look good. >> you want to match how you feel. >> yeah. what are some of your suggestions? >> you know, if you talk about collagen production, prescription retinoid creams are easy to go and are effective. there are all kinds of laser treatments and techniques available which will stimulate collagen production. but, remember, when you talk about aging of the skin, it's superficial. it's collagen, and it's about volume, and this will firm, but it's not going to replace as much of the lost volume as things like filler does.
>> and it's something that's short term. i know that some of the celebrities before the red carpet. >> exactly. >> yeah. >> if you have a wedding or something special that you want to do. >> that's where it's becoming popular too for people who want to do that kind of thing. we'll see. it's very new here in the states so we'll see what happens. >> you don't need it, and, robin, you looked stunning on the red carpet so you definitely don't need it. >> you don't either. >> notice i gave you time to say that. >> thank you. >> they were wrapping but i was like -- let's get outside to rob in the meantime. thanks. rob. >> hey, robin, nobody out here needs a face-lift. 15 degrees. random couple from houston. random friends from houston. there you go. hang out when you get home where it's a lot warmer, 26 is what it feels like d.c. and 19 in columbus. going to be coal enough for snow with this little clipper copping through and could some accumulate, 1 po 3 inches widespread and richmond south of d.c. more si >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area forecast.
it will be mostly cloudy. with scattered light showers. a stronger storm this weekend. a brief break next week before more rain next weekend. the day planner today, mainly dry through 9:00 and isolated scattered showers will end during the evening hours. here is my seven-day forecast: i have increased our storm impact scale for saturday. it will be a >> lara, back to you. >> all right. thank you very much. and "pop news" time. we're going to begin with an announcement from an a-lister that has hollywood and the rest of us talking. george clooney, who is about to turn 55 years young, sharing with the bbc as he promotes his new film "hail, caesar!" that his days on camera are numbered. >> hmm. >> i think nobody really wants to see anybody really age. you know, it's a very unforgiving thing, the camera is.
>> not for everybody, george. the former sexiest man alive agreeing that the problem is worse for women on camera, even though he says he is not looking forward to growing gray on the silver screen, clooney says he does plan to stay in the industry directing films. he says that is more fun and infinitely more creative. >> i hope he keeps acting. remember paul newman. he was so good. he was good looking younger but then as he aged he kept acting. he was so good. and i think clooney is so great. >> i absolutely agree. he says as you age on screen you get to a point where you're looking for roles that are appropriate and those roles are less and less. he says he feels for women in the industry, and it does affect men as well. >> 55 is young. >> yes, yes, it is. agreed, george. our george. >> two 55-year-olds. oh, i like to say perfect ten. >> you're on a roll, roberts. they say one man's trash is
another man's treasure and one family has hit the garbage to gazillionaire jackpot this morning. when their great grandfather who passed away, the family who wishes to remain anonymous was cleaning out the house and they almost threw away a brown paper bag that was strewn on the floor. thankfully they looked inside. there was a pile of postcards. going through it, seven very rare ty cobb baseball cards. >> whoa! cobb as you may know -- >> those are priceless. >> played -- exactly, george -- for the detroit tigers in the early 1900s. many consider him to be a better player than even babe ruth. discuss amongst yourselves, please, do not send your notes to me on that one. just last month there were thought to be only 15 ty cobb cards left in the world, so to find seven in one bag according to an authenticator, his name is joe orlando in california, is truly a grand slam. he calls it one of the greatest discoveries in the history of our -- his hobby, i should say.
the total worth of this one time find, more than a million bucks. >> oh, yes. >> conservative. >> everybody, run to your great grandfather's attic and start opening bags everywhere. >> shoe boxes. >> you know, you and i haven't been friends very long. these guys know. i love to do estate sales. i love -- >> all the time. >> you just never know. it's really fun. it's like treasure hunting. >> yeah. literally treasure hunting. >> literally. >> literally. wow. >> all right, so let's go antiquing together. finally, love this one. it's a family that wanted to give their grandmother some special news and they were trying to get creative. they tried. >> there, grandma. >> huh? >> read it. >> mack, grady, grandma, whoo, whoo. what? >> so, she didn't get it. she's looking at this thing, she's like, what, great. so they're like, okay, plan b. >> read this. >> what? happy camper. what's this? congratulations, you're a great grandma. how come i got all this?
>> grandma, they're not using "great" as annage tiff. time to get specific, kids. >> how great could i be? >> well, it's not great like the adjective. >> like when your grandkids have a kid. you're their kids' great-grandmother. >> oh. >> so you're going to be a great-grandmother. >> like if jackie is pregnant. >> like if jackie is pregnant. >> oh! are you kidding me? >> third time is the charm. just wanted to say congratulations, grandma, and nice effort, kids, and we wanted to thank "america's funniest home video" for that video that airs sunday 7:00, 6:00 central. coming up, angelina jolie's doctor joins us with important information about a rare type of breast cancer. what you should know. that's coming up next ♪ to keep her warm
good morning. i'm abc7 news morning anchor natasha zouves. right now workers are still showing up -- shoring up a building in walnut creek and you could see why. there is a giant hole left behind after a high-speed chase. it ended with a car flying off interstate 680 and crashing upside down into this yoga studio. two people inside of that car now have major injuries. good morning, it is bunched up out there. the drive from tracy to dublin, 25 minutes. i think the 580 express lane is doing its thing. into concord looking good and 101 through san rafael into san francisco not bad at all. slow and go past the s.a.p. center with a slow drive from the 85 to 101.
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abc7news.com. join, reggie, mike, sue and me week days from 4:30 to 7:00 ♪ if i go crazy :30 to 7:00 oh, i love this music today. welcome back to "gma." both batman and superman are featured in "ew" mag this week. the two superheroes each featuring their own cover. ben affleck, henry cavill, all the stars will be on "gma." looking forward to that movie. so, superman or batman? >> i go with batman. >> i can't choose yet. >> you can't choose? political. >> superman. >> batman. >> there we go. >> marciano. >> dressing up in costume. >> anything to wear tights. >> set the trap. you guys jumped right in. >> every time. it's so awesome. the other big movie we're looking forward comes out this weekend is "zootopia" starring
shakira as a singing gazelle. we're talking about that in just a little bit and will tell us how her 3-year-old son reacted to her song. >> i bet well. >> over to robin. >> you didn't ask but i'll go with batman because of robin. hey, that was easy. i'm on a roll. we have an important health headline. there are many different types of breast cancer, as you know. one is called triple negative breast cancer. you may never have heard of it unless you or someone you know was diagnosed with it. i had never heard of it until i was diagnosed in 2007, but today is triple negative breast cancer awareness day. we are shining a light on it with the help of our good friend, dr. kristi funk, angelina jolie's surgeon and the co-founder of the pink lotus breast center, and she joins us this morning from los angeles. always great to see you, dr. funk, and thank you so very much for this. as we said, there are many different types of breast cancer. this affects about 10%, 20%. can you just tell us exactly what triple negative is? >> sure. well, there are three receptors like antennas we look for on a
cancer cell. about 75% have estrogen and progesterone receptors, they hit the receptor and fuel the cancer to multiple fly and divide. the third is a growth factor found in 25%. but if your tumor lacks all three of these receptors, we term it triple negative. >> it's like you check, check, check, none of -- you can't check of the boxes so that is triple negative. who is most at risk for this particular type of breast cancer? >> the most prevalent population is a brca1 mutation carrier and african-american, latinas and women under 40. >> and why is it important to you, dr. funk, to bring attention to this, and, as we said, today is triple negative breast cancer awareness day. why is that so important? >> well, it's important because triple negatives when taken as a group have the worst survival rates of any other subtype of breast cancer. they have the highest recurrence rates and the worst survival rates with the mean recurrence at 2.8 years after diagnosis. >> yes, when you hear things
like that, and it's -- the recurrence, so what is the treatment? what is available right now? >> well, for the cancer in your breast, we treat that with surgery and radiation. but what about that rogue cell that might be flying around in your bloodstream? that's the real trigger that causes recurrence in an organ like liver or lung that you cannot live without so if you had a receptor, say, for estrogen we could target that receptor with tamoxifen. if you had a her-2, we have a drug for that but with triple negatives, it's like this naked cell flying around with no target on its back at all so our only recourse to sort of seek and destroy it is chemotherapy and once that's done, a triple negative cancer patient just sort of -- there's no pill to take. we just sort of sit back and hope and wait it doesn't recur. >> and it's really tricky, those first five years in particular, right, dr. funk? >> well, it's tricky, but if you make it to your fifth year anniversary with no sign of recurrence, there are high, high
hopes for the robin roberts in this world because it is a rare event for triple negatives to occur after five years. in fact, they now become the group of cancers that do the best with the longest survival. >> that is extremely encouraging and part of the reason why you wanted to join us. there's some work you've been doing, clinical research and just tell us the good news on this front. >> there's exciting news, so the pink lotus breast center in los angeles is launching the triple negative breast cancer trial today and it's soon to be nationwide. this is a test, a simple blood test aiming to detect recurrence easily and early at a point where we can intervene and still cure you. the blood test is one of two things. we look at nk view which is natural killer cells, they're a sign of immune function and the other one is called clear i.d. it looks at circulating tumor an early trial in london with just 55 patients showed when your natural killer cells drop and tumor cells go up, this will predict a recurrence 8 1/2
months prior to it being detectable by imaging like window for patients and doctors to strategize and maybe get at a cure before a deadly recurrence. >> oh, that is so key, and what do you want to say to those that are waking up this morning and they are concerned about their health, and they have been just diagnosed with this? what is your message to them? >> well, i'd love for you to contact us. just e-mail study @pinklotusbreastcenter.com and we will get you in touch with the people running this study and hopefully we can stave off that recurrence. >> i hope so. dr. funk, always a pleasure. thanks for your tireless efforts and the work that you're doing. >> thanks, robin. >> keep in touch. thank you. all right. let's get outside to rob. >> hey, robin, we are trying to warm up here. got a good crowd out here. hey, happy birthday to you. >> thank you. >> mom, daughter. what's on the plan today? >> our plan, just wanted to see robin. >> oh, robin. come outside and say happy birthday.
>> hi, robin. >> all right. well, happy birthday. and -- >> briyanka. >> bianca -- happy birthday to briyanka. all right, check it out, briyanka and gang, san francisco looking at rain, atmospheric river will bump it up. the hose is on. they need it. could see some flooding, though. 3 to 5 inches or more locally and some of this will eventually get down into southern good morning. i'm meteorologist mike nicco. scattered light showers today and tomorrow with temperatures in the low to mid-60s. now let's focus on the weekend because saturday storm is strong with flooding rain possible. >> this weathercast brought to you by your home stores. texas, we got seattle in the northwest. three sisters from seattle. sounds like a movie. [ cheers and applause ]
>> hey. she made it out. >> aaagh! >> back inside to you. >> it's cold. >> having some fun out there. weekend and shakira leads an all-star cast in a film about all kinds of animals living in harmony, animated film and shakira talked about playing a singing gazelle and her son's reaction to her songs with rachel smith. ♪ i won't give up no i won't give in ♪ >> reporter: the anthem from "zootopia's" biggest pop star gazelle sung by one of the biggest international pop stars, shakira. >> i'm gazelle. welcome to "zootopia." >> my son is 3 years old, and i caught him singing the lyrics, and i was so surprised because i never taught them to him. >> oh, my gosh. >> i think he absorbed them. i don't know when but he was repeating them and he was so cute. >> clearly he's watched the film, right. >> he did, twice. >> twice. >> in english and spanish. he really, really enjoyed it. >> good evening, zootopia. put your paws up. >> reporter: the latest disney
animated feature sees all different kinds of animals living in harmony in a place where anyone can be anything. >> this movie is about diversity. it's about avoiding prejudice. it's about friendship and the value of true friendship but also friendship with yourself and having the will and the commitment and discipline and determination to make sure that you accomplish your dreams. i really feel this movie will resonate with many audiences, not only kids but also adults. it has a great, powerful message and many, many morals. >> how are you like gazelle? >> she's very opinionated like me. >> you're opinionated? >> oh, very much, and she feels a social responsibility. >> what input did you have in bringing your character gazelle to life? >> well, when the directors and the producers showed me gazelle, i thought that she was too skinny and she was too fit. >> i heard that. >> i told them, guys, you got to
put some meat on the bones, you know. >> that's my girl. that's my girl. >> so, they added bigger hips to gazelle. >> i love the post that you put on instagram. the who wore it better, the split screen. >> i wore it first. >> reporter: for "good morning america," rachel smith, abc news, orlando. >> lots of fun there. "zootopia" hits theaters tomorrow. and coming up here great "deals & steals" all under $20.
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i couldn't get you out. and i gave in. i gave in to it. everything. every day was about how i could see you, talk to you. >> please welcome jeff daniels back here to "good morning america." we love you, jeff. yes. yes. okay. this is very intense. >> this interview? >> no, this moment right now but before we get to "blackbird," i do want to say the oscars, very funny bit you did with kristen wiig and chris rock for "the martian." what was that about? >> well, basically that was about my wig. that was about -- we went to trump's hair closet. >> is that where you got it? ? we pulled that out, and there were many in there and that was the worst one we could find. >> it worked. played well. i just imagine your character will mcavoy, he would have had a blast playing with the political cycle right now. >> imagine.
let's imagine, shall we? mcavoy sitting down with trump for a one-on-one, 60-minute interview and mcavoy is going stay on one question. fat pigs. let's stay on fat pigs, donald. let's spend an hour on fat pigs. >> i had to go there. i had to go there. let's talk about "blackbird." it is something that you did before and i remember when you said you did it the first time, you said you wanted to be challengeed. were you then and are you again now? >> was then and just have learned more. i mean, if you pay attention to what you're doing, which is like i'm going to be a better actor, the star thing is -- forget that. if you want to be a better actor, then you get better with each role, and "newsroom" taught me so much. and we did "god of carnage" on broadway. that taught me a lot to, so to do "blackbird" in front of those
and then now to do "blackbird" after with michelle williams, it's just continues the education. you can't help but get better and then when you get a script like "blackbird" which is so complex, so difficult to land every night, you got to bring everything you learned. >> how best can you describe it for our morning show audience? >> it's an old -- older man who when a young woman, he's 50s, she's 27, and she just shows up at his place of work. he's got a new name, a new life, and he comes walking in going, let's find a room, and so we go to this conference room where he's working, and she's going, let's talk about our relationship when you were 40 and i was 12. and i want to talk about it now 15 years later and in his place of work, and he's, you know, and she is -- and it's just the two of them, and it's from page one on, it's this. >> i've had friends who have gone to see it. you and michelle and how did you prepare her for this? you said it's almost like a
tennis match or a boxing match. >> yeah, it's a heavy weight fight, and it's constantly this and that and this and that, and it's just the two of us and you go through everything "a" to "z," "a" to "z." i told michelle, you know, film is like sprints, it's a series of 100-yard dashes but broadway and theater is a marathon and you can't -- you know, you got to -- you got to still be going on mile 20, you know, you can't quit at mile one or two and she's doing great. we're doing great together and it's just -- we're trying to do the best show we can eight times a week. >> eight times a week, but you have a nice outlet. next time you're here i want you to jam. i hear that -- i didn't realize you played. >> we could do that if you want to. if you want an actor with a guitar, yes, we can do that. >> not many people know that about you, jeff. >> no, they don't. we try to keep it hidden. if you keep it down low on the
down low, then the expectations stay down there. >> but you've been on tour with your son, right. >> i went on a tour with my son, the ben daniels band. we've got a album that we're going to put out in a week or two called "never gone before." basically all the songs we played on tour. >> do you want him to come back and play here? >> yeah. [ applause ] >> the people have -- the people have spoken. >> okay. >> what is it about -- you are just like a renaissance man. is there anything you cannot do? >> i can't tap-dance. >> okay. >> my wife is -- she's going, oh, my gosh, what are you doing now? well, i'm doing this and i'm doing this and she does -- that's the joke. why don't you go learn to tap-dance. if you've ever seen a large white man from the midwest try to dance, it's not a pretty thing. >> but i love that you are proud to be from the midwest. i love that. >> well, it's kind of -- yeah, it's -- yeah, whatever that means, that's what i am, yeah, i'm comfortable there, and put me in the middle of a cornfield and i look like i belong.
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