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at the volkswagen sign then drive event. good morning, america. new warnings as millions hit the roads this morning. this massive 33 car pile-up shuts down the highway and thousands of flights delayed. this plane slides off the detroit runway and firefighters forced to battle this blaze at a snowy ski resort. now another deep freeze moving in. windchills plunge below zero. 20 states from california to new york on alert. trump versus the cia. the president-elect rejecting reports that russia interfered with the election, trying to help him win. >> i think it's ridiculous. i think it's just another excuse. i don't believe it. >> now we're hearing from russia this morning, as lawmakers from both sides of the aisle call for an investigation. trump's senior adviser kellyanne conway joins us live. late night verdict. the shooter in that nfl road
rage trial the guilty. after gunning down former saints star, will smith. we hear in a bombshell news. the emotional moments inside the courtroom overnight. a magical morning for hollywood's biggest stars. awards season officially kicking off with the golden globe nominations for tv and movies. will "la-la land" sing? "moonlight" shine and tom hanks score another winner? who is waking up feeling golden? we're hearing from those lucky stars here on "gma." good morning, america. we hope you had a great weekend. it is a big morning for the movies here. golden globe nominations about to come out. the start of the awards season. >> yes. and speaking of movies, there is a lot of excitement building for "star wars rogue one," which opens this week. some of the first reactions are coming in, and the buzz inside hollywood is this could be one of the biggest blockbusters ever. we're going to have a lot more on that coming up. >> you get to see it tonight.
>> i am tonight. very exciting. in the meantime, millions bracing for that new arctic blast even as the midwest and northwest still digging out from the snow. let's take a look now. those are the roads in upstate new york, albany, a big trailer. people are preparing for a dangerous commute. being told if you don't have to go on the roads this morning, stay home. and take a live look now at o'hare airport in chicago. we are seeing hundreds of flights delayed and canceled this morning, and take ai look t what o'hare's parking lot looked like on sunday. can you see why there were so many delays and cancellations. >> nobody is moving there. right to ginger, latest on the cold alert from california to new york. >> so many people affected and still nine days from the official start of winter, right? that is coming up. but idaho, oregon, through the dakotas up through maine and new hampshire and that's where we focus in this morning. rain at the coast along i-95. you're on i-87 or i-90 going through albany like rob marciano is. you could have a very slick commute. good morning, rob.
>> reporter: good morning, ginger. it has been snowing all night here in albany. about four to five inches on the ground now. a little sleet and freezing rain mixing with a temperature of 30 degrees. we got behind a salt and plow truck. a good strategy as long as you keep a safe distance. even so the roads are slick and you can feel our tires slipping out at times. the main roads are okay, and where it's turned to rain, it's a dicey commute. lately, no matter what your mode of transport is, traveling has been difficult to say the least. in detroit a delta flight skidding off the runway on landing. >> and delta 724 we just went into the ground. >> reporter: all 70 on board safe after an emergency evacuation from the plane's rear hatch. >> you know, they did a good job of keeping everyone calm own got us all off the plane. >> reporter: a fire at michigan's boyne's highland ski resort. icy roads spawning accidents around the country and rescue workers helping dozens who skidded and flipped off the road.
this morning, an icy commute nightmare. >> got to love this [ bleep ]. >> reporter: parts of new york getting slammed with over three feet of snow this kweeweekend, in ohio, eup to 30 inches blanketing roadways. take a look at this four-lane highway so covered it's nearly impassable the slick roads, wreaking havoc over the weekend causing this 33-car pileup in flint. >> we got hit from each direction. pushing us one way, then around to the other way. we were spun around facing the opposite direction. >> reporter: this morning officials urging drivers to stay home. >> we want the public to ask themselves a simple question. is this trip really necessary before you leave the house? >> reporter: here in albany, it's their first accumulating snow of the season. they pre-treated the main roads. that has certainly helped with the side roads, and hillier terrain still very, very slick. they have about 200 plows out today, and some 53,000 tons of
salt at the ready. some school closures and delays as they wait for the snowstorm to get out of here this afternoon. ginger. >> and the key word, this snowstorm and this part of the cold because don't worry. we have a lot more coming. thank you, rob. the nucleus of that cold shot of air is right now making its way into canada. look where it gets by thursday morning. it feels like 10 below in chicago. 22 below in minneapolis. y'all, the numbers just keep going down on these computer models. by friday morning, 23 below, burlington, 11 below. new york city. look at their faces. it's just jaw-dropping. realtime. all of you. > that minus 11 is really something. >> 21 below in boston. there you go. >> thanks, ginger. >> thanks. the latest on the trump transition and those new questions about russian interference in our u.s. election. on sunday, the president-elect said that the cia's conclusion russia tried to help trump win the election is, quote, ridiculous as senators from both parties join together to call for a new investigation into the claims. trumps a senior adviser, kellyanne conway standing by live. first let's get the breaking
details from abc's tom llamas right here. good morning, tom. >> good morning to you and president-elect trump is pumping back on that news as he gets closer and closer to moving into the white house. trump accusing forces, not outside the country, but inside of trying to undermine his presidency. >> reporter: president-elect donald trump, in the middle of an intelligence drama. rejecting news reports that russia not only interfered in the u.s. election, but did it to help trump win. >> i think it's ridiculous. i think it's just another excuse. i don't believe it. >> reporter: trump claiming politics is behind the story. >> i think the democrats are putting it out because they suffered one of the greatest defeats in the history of politics. in this country. >> reporter: despite the u.s. intelligence community pointing the finger at russia, the president-elect refusing to believe it. >> they have no idea if it's russia or china or somebody. it could be somebody sitting in a bed someplace. >> reporter: team trump convinced hacking didn't tip the election one way or the other. >> look, the russians didn't tell hillary clinton to ignore wisconsin and michigan, okay?
i mean i know this is an insane analysis. she lost the election because her ideas were bad. >> reporter: and the president-elect also downplaying the daily intelligence briefing. >> i get it when i need it. i don't have to be told -- like i'm a smart person. i don't have to be told the same thing and the same words every single day for the next eight years. >> reporter: two years ago, trump attacked president obama over a similar issue tweeting, fact -- obama does not read his intelligence briefing nor does he get briefed in person by the cia or dod. too busy, i guess. the president-elect sticking to doing things his way including with his likely pick for secretary of state exxonmobil ceo rex tillerson who has deep ties with russian leader vladimir putin. >> i've known him since 1999 and i have a very close relationship with him. >> reporter: a plus for president-elect trump. >> to me, a great advantage is he knows many of the players. and he knows them well. he does massive deals in russia. >> reporter: trump's transition also in the spotlight
on "saturday night live" with a surprising dea pick. >> hello, jake. >> walter is amazing. he came highly recommended by steve bannon. >> oh, yeah. steve's the best. we have had some times. >> reporter: that walter white looks a little suspect. as for trump's tweet from 2014 the white house said at the time, president obama has never skipped a presidential daily briefing. another story we're following this morning, amy, concern about president-elect donald trump's latest comments from china, and also in that fox interview, suggesting he is reconsidering america's relationship with taiwan. amy. >> all right, tom, thanks so much. now our chief investigative correspondent brian ross joins us now with more on this, and congress calling for a big investigation into this matter with the russian hacking. what do we know right now? >> first of all, we heard from the russians this morning, and they call the cia assessment,
unfounded, unprofessional, unqualified. but the fact is the russians did target both republicans and democrats during the election. that's according to u.s. and european intelligence officials, as well as members of congress from both sides of the aisle. the russians were much more successful, however, with the democrats than the republicans, which had a better cybersecurity operation. the russians got into two computers connected to the republicans, a consultant and a local party, but they did not get into the main computer at the rnc. >> the big question, motive. were the russians trying to help trump win? >> well, in this case, other intelligence agencies tell us they don't agree with the cia. they say, what they -- what they are analyzing is the russians thought hillary clinton was going to win, they sought to weaken her once she was elected. it wasn't so much about going after trump and getting him elected according to these officials. >> interesting. brian ross, as always. thank you very much. >> let's get more from kellyanne conway, donald trump's senior adviser. thanks for coming back again today. you've got senior u.s. intelligence officials responding to mr. trump's comments over the weekend. here's the written statement from the u.s. intelligence official saying, it is concerning that intelligence on russian actions related to the
u.s. election is being dismissed out of hand as false or politically partisan. the inclination to ignore such intelligence and impugn the integrity of u.s. intelligence officials is contrary to all the sacred to the intelligence officials who work day and night to protect the country. pretty stunning rebuttal. >> it is, but if you look at the "newsweek" article posted you see another cia official counterterrorism expert on the report, which is rare in this instance saying, listen, we can't rush to judgment that after that closed door house intelligence committee briefing last week somebody came out and said -- somebody from the fbi said they disagree, that it's, quote, fuzzy and ambiguous at best, and there is a direct nexus between any effort by the kremlin to hack into this, and the election result. and let's be fair. that's what it is. first it was jim comey's fault and let's have a recall. then it's russian interference then a bunch of people in a movement that we have disavowed many times. how about it just was hillary clinton and the message.
i think they're trying to conflate the two so we -- revisit the election results. >> nobody here is doing that and the president-elect isn't just questioning that cia assessment. he has also questioned the on the record assessment of 17 intelligence agencies that russia was trying to meddle in this election. he says he doesn't believe it. why? >> because these are all unsourced off the record comments. >> this is a public release in october. 17 intelligence official agencies all saying russia was part of this. >> but what he said yesterday is what he is calling laughable and ridiculous, yesterday, george, is the specific conclusion that what russia did led to his victory, and hillary clinton's defeat. that's where our beef is. he respects the intelligence community. he's going to be president of the united states. >> you keep saying he respects it, but he says he doesn't believe their conclusions. saying specifically he does not believe the conclusion of 17 agencies that russia was involved here. >> the conclusion that this helped him win and hillary clinton lose, that's what he said.
very clearly. >> but -- "time" magazine last week, he says, i do not believe the judgment of the intelligence community that russia was behind this. why not? >> behind this meaning the election result -- >> and meddling in our election? >> the other vn that's what investigations are for. if we have the closed door house intelligence committee meeting last week or so then that's what's happening. it's ongoing. i know senator mccain said they would go and i head and open up hearin hearings. fine. bipartisan hearings. the executive would never meddle in that. look, george. let me make clear, the president-elect does not want interference into our politics. but we also don't want politics into the interference of our intelligence and that's what's happening now. people are trying to politicize our intelligence because they don't like the election result. >> the president-elect's likely pick for deputy secretary of state, john bolden, says it was called a false flag. is that right? >> he allowed a wide berth of men and women for the top spot, secretary of state is the fourth highest ranking individual in
our nation's government. very important decision. a leading candidate, rex tillerson, has dealt with russia for many years. it's not like he is pounding down vodka with vladimir putin at a local bar, but he has dealt with him in a business context. we know we don't have a good relationship with a lot of countries including russia. if as secretary of state, mr. tillerson or whoever the president-elect selects can go ahead and improve relationships and advance u.s. interests, and the trump doctrine, we should welcome that. >> not worried about confirmation then? confidential news, senators mccain and rubio questioning tillerson's ties to putin. >> and they know -- i know that senators mccain and rubio will ultimately see mr. tillerson as somebody who is advancing u.s. interests which, of course, they share. at the same time, that's what confirmation hearings are for and incredibly impressive he employs 70,000 people and involved with a $320 billion
global corporation that, frankly, is in 50 countries including russia, yemen, china, the developing world and middle east. we need to stabilize the middle east, and we need somebody, the the fourth highest ranking person in our u.s. government to go around the world and to advance our u.s. interests. >> kellyanne conway, thanks very much. >> thanks sore having me. george, and now turning to that breaking news overnight. the suspect in that road rage trial, accused of killing former new orleans saints player, will smith, found guilty of manslaughter, and abc's ryan smith has the latest. >> reporter: this morning, the man who fatally shot former nfl star, will smith, is a convicted killer. the jury of eight women and four men, sequestered since monday, voting 10-2 to convict 29-year-old cardell hayes of manslaughter for gunning down the former super bowl champion in a deadly road rage incident and attempted manslaughter for shooting his wife. the decision stemmed from a traffic incident in april. this surveillance video shows hayes' red hummer bumped by a car matching smith's suv.
then driving off with the hummer in pursuit. and moments later, according to police, hazelwood allegedly slamming into smith's suv, the pair exchanging words then hayes opening fire. smith dead at the scene. his wife, racquel, shot in the leg. >> my baby! >> reporter: hayes' trial, attended by a bevy of teammates and former saints and coaches of the defensive end. hayes testifying in his own defense saturday claiming smith punched me three or our times saying smith then grabbed a gun from his mercedes. i didn't want to kill will smith. i didn't want to kill nobody. i knew for a fact that i was going to get shot, he testified. but prosecutors disputing that account, saying smith was killed while walking away. racquel smith's spokesperson telling us the smith family's main focus is to see hayes justly sentenced.
hayes' sentencing set for february 17th and faces up to 40 years in prison. >> thank you, ryan. we appreciate it. we switch gears to that big day for hollywood. award seasons kicking into high gear with the golden globe nominations, and chris connelly tracking it all. >> i have never seen it. >> oh, my. you know it's playing at the rialto. >> reporter: "la la land" as well as leading roles for emma stone and ryan gosling. superhero megahit, "deadpool" might be its only competition. as well as comedy, and best actor for ryan reynolds. "moonlight." and supporting actor for herschel ali.
>> get in the car. can't until you unlock the door. >> whatever you decide, you can always stay with us. if he wants to come up weekend. >> do you want to be his guardian? >> he doesn't want to be my guardian. >> we were trying to loosen the kid up at this point. >> reporter: also for best motion picture drama, affleck, for best actor in a picture drama. >> we are nourished by the word of lord. >> some of to us could go for a grilled cheese. >> reporter: and "black-ish." for a musical. >> why am i so bothered by that girl? >> reporter: and tracie ellis ross. >> why are they so much better than we are? >> i don't know. >> reporter: and best actor, anthony anderson. exciting morning for a lot of actors and actresses. some of them we will be talking to in our next hour. george and amy.
>> thank now we got to get back to ginger with the new storm for the west as well. >> another new storm. snow and ice. portland, oregon had up to an inch of ice and trees falling, power lines down so still cleaning up from this mess where the roads are closed and now another new storm making its way in. most of that coming with the moisture from the pineapple express. that moisture coming in. a lot going to stay rain at the coast, but certainly into the mountains. you can see some significant snow is coming in. well, now to the select cities brought to you by burlington.
>> good monday morning, more sunshine, dry, milder this afternoon, unsettled pattern on tuesday through friday with the strongest storm hitting all nazis on thursday and friday. today is 56 to 59 is the spread a couple of degrees warmer than year, tonight will be cooler with 30s in the north bay and the san ramon valley and everyone else in the low-to-mid 40s. tuesday and wednesday is a north bay storm, and thursday is a moderate storm but it could bee >> can i tell you who's pleased with this hit of winter or many hits of winter? the ski and snowboarders because you got to see this video. 120 inches now at mt. hood this season. at this time last year, only 37. so that gives perspective. we had no winter to full on winter. >> they are having a good time. ginger, thanks very much. coming up, dalia dippolito, the woman accused of trying to hire a hitman to kill her husband is now set to take the stand and tell her story. will the jury see that video at
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the best place in the galaxy for everything star wars. walmart. it is 7:23, good morning i'm reggie aqui from abc 7 mornings. breaking news in oakland where sky 7 is live above a crash on foothill boulevard and 23rd avenue. as you could see, a car crashed into a laundromat, bringing down power lines. as a result, foothill is closed now between 23rd and miller avenue. alexis, this is a challenging morning. >> it sure has. also in oakland, 40th and adeline closed due to a crash involving a pedestrian and that is a fatality. right now look ago the the bay bridge toll plaza. you are extra slow today. a couple of issues come and go. we're hearing about a hazard around the treasure island off-ramp, to the maid 47 minutes, 19 across the bay bridge so it is stop-and-go and
hi there. we begin this monday mainly cloudy. up the cloud layer on live doppler 7. nothing is reaching the ground. temperatures in the mid to upper 40s. 38 in santa rosa. wormer at 50 and there are some breaks and beautiful sunrise pictures and hashtag them abc now. we would love to see them. mid-50s with increasing sunshine into the afternoon. here is my accuweather seven-day forecast, tuesday and wednesday a north bay storm and thursday looking moderate. it could be stronger. we'll keep an eye on it. >> and coming up, a holiday package e-mail scam that could target your financial security. what you need to know is next on
welcome back to "gma," and take a look at the mass turnpike near boston. rainy and wet. tough commute up there. dangerous driving conditions all across the northeast. albany seems to be clearing up but they have to clear out the roads. millions start their commute and authorities are warning people to stay home if they can. flights already delayed or canceled. lines at o'hare and new arctic blast on the way. 20 states from california to new york on alert this morning. >> looked like people were still smiling and laughing standing in line. >> yeah. also, donald trump taking on the cia. the president-elect rejecting a report that russia interfered with the election, denying it helped him win and blaming the democrats as both sides now call for an investigation. then a major upset last night, the giants defeating the cowboys ending dallas' 11-game
winning streak and pulling off a 10-7 victory. tonight, the baltimore ravens take on the patriots, and then take a look at this. speaking off the weather we have had, a snow removal problem during the steelers and bills game at halftime. the machines removing the snow grinding up the turf instead sparking a big delay. >> a lot of time to be out in the cold and the snow. also force is getting stronger. just days away from "rogue one: a star wars story," it's going to open this week. and look at those stormtroopers on the red carpet for the big premier saturday in l.a. our nick watt was there too and we have a lot of reaction coming in. nick got to see it already. >> his son was there on the red carpet with him doing a dance. he was very excited. a lot of kids very excited, and adults as well. i'll be going tonight. i'll let you know how it is. i hear it's pretty good. we begin with the latest on the dalia dippolito retrial, the woman accused of trying to hire a hit man to murder her husband could take the stand today as new questions are raised about a
key video at the center of this case, and abc's linsey davis is here with all the details. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, amy. many may remember her as the woman who said she was 5,000% sure she wanted a hit man to kill her husband but dalia dippolito has said along she is innocent. that she was simply acting for a reality tv show hoax planned by her husband, something she may explain today if she ends up taking the witness stand. this morning, dalia dippolito will be back in the florida courtroom preparing to possibly take the stand in her defense in her murder for hire retrial. >> i'm positive like 5,000% sure. >> reporter: the 34-year-old is accused of paying an undercover officer posing as a hitman, to kill her husband of six months, michael. >> is your husband michael? i'm sorry to tell you, ma'am. he's been killed. >> reporter: in court dippolito's lawyers turned the spotlight on the police
department behind the videos arguing that the boynton beach police department staged this encounter and posted it online to impress the crew of the tv show "cops" and by doing so tainted and put their quest for fame ahead of the integrity of the investigation, something the police department disputes. >> post that on youtube for the whole world to see within six minutes. you don't think that's going to jeopardize -- you're laughing. >> well, because you keep changing the time. >> you think this is funny, ma'am? >> no, i don't, but now you're saying it's six minutes. >> reporter: this is the second time dippolito is being charged for the alleged crime after an appellate court reversed her conviction in 2014. in an interview with our amy robach last december, dippolito maintained her innocence. >> did you want your husband dead? >> no, absolutely not. >> did you hire a hitman to kill your husband? >> no. >> reporter: the judge says once the defense rests its case, he will decide if the jury will see that now infamous youtube video.
amy. >> let's bring in our chief legal analyst dan abrams and the big question whether she will take the stand. what are the risks and benefits? >> she was convicted in the first trial and didn't testify. so that in and of itself is a reason to say maybe she needs to do something different this time around. the problem is this time the theory of the defense has primarily been blame the cops. the cops were trying to impress the show "cops." they were engaged in all sorts of horrible activity and actions, et cetera. if she takes the stand, the focus then returns to, i thought i was on a reality show, and i was faking it all and i was acting. and it's hard to have both the defenses at the same time. so i think that's an argument to suggest she won't take the stand, and look. in case like this, the defense is going to say, look. we're deciding until the last minute, even if they knew from the beginning, she wouldn't testify. >> now, this tape of her reaction when police tell her her husband is dead, so far has been inadmissible. could that change given the
strategy of the defense? >> the prosecution agreed to not admit it into evidence. the judge said, o. we'll leave that out of evidence but now the prosecution is saying the defense has raised it as an issue meaning on cross-examination of the witness you saw there, they essentially brought it up, and they brought up the way the police handled this throughout this case. prosecuto prosecutors are saying, we have to be able to rebut that, and to respond. and so that tape is necessary prosecutors say to allow us to respond to the allegations they've made, the judge saying i'll wait till the end to make that decision, i think part of the decision is going to be connected to does dalia dippolito testify. >> we will find out later today. >> yes. everyone waiting to see. yes. >> dan, thank you. moving on to that scary moment for a family traveling in bad weather. they were relying on their gps, and ended up stranded on a snowy mountain for hours without cell phone service and gio benitez has their story. >> reporter: good morning. listen, this can happen at any moment driving through an unfamiliar area relying on gps like so many of us do when suddenly, you're lost or even
worse, stranded. and in this case, in the snow the. that happened to an oregon family, and this morning, they are definitely lucky to be alive. the sanquist family traveling from oregon to california relied on their gps to give them the quickest route. >> the next thing we know, we just started sliding and we got stuck. >> reporter: but the shortest route, took the family, mom, dad, their 9-year-old daughter and their family dog, straight through the page mountain snow park. where many roads don't get plowed this time of year. their car wouldn't move. the family didn't have a shovel or a cell phone service. the sanquists were stuck there with no help in sight. >> i'm not even sure if i had a shovel, what i could have dug out. >> reporter: they hunkered down till morning when ron hiked two miles to find help, and the family finally reaching 911. >> it was scary because to the left was a downgrade, quite a steep one. >> reporter: search and rescue getting them back on track and issuing this warning for all
drivers. many gps and map systems can steer folks in the wrong direction during winter travel, where conditions are poor. it happened to mark and christine on a trip through yellowstone national park. their gps directed them to a snowy stretch of highway which was closed because of treacherous conditions. >> we never saw any road closed signs. we never saw any barricades. >> all of a sudden, it went to crushed snow to that. >> reporter: they were stuck for eight days. >> we had eight pieces of bread, and nine bottles of, like, 15-ounce bottles of water and packs of jelly. >> reporter: fortunately a snowmobiler spotted them and called the authorities. good news there. in both cases, the long route was probably the best route. as for the sanquists thankfully they had enough food and by the way they finally got to their destination about 17 hours late. >> wow. >> thank god they were safe. >> is there any clues when your gps is going off?
or not really? >> no. i mean, sometimes when you are using something like waze for example, it'll tell you, hey, this is coming up, but in an area like that where people aren't driving around, it's like forget about it. >> scary. >> thanks very much. coming up on the big board, alert for the biggest holiday shopping day. could mark zuckerberg be leaving facebook to run for office? we're back in two minutes. leaving facebook to run for office? we're back in two minutes.
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and we're back with our big board, and we will break down today's sttop stories. t.j. holmes, sharp outfit. >> thank you, george. that means a lot coming from you. >> we're going to get back to you in a minute. first, we have that question about mark zuckerberg, facebook founder. is he thinking about government service? some newly released court findings suggest so and matt dowd is back with more. what's going on? what do they show? >> this was a shareholder lawsuit against facebook and
mark zuckerberg related to a bunch of issues, but in the course of that, there were text messages between mark zuckerberg and another member of the board, basically trying to figure out if he could sell all of his stock and still retain some of the power if he decided to pursue something in politics, something in public service. so it all related to a release of text messages between those two. >> mark zuckerberg is a famously introverted individual. what would you think of him as a politician? >> well, i think there's been many introverts as we know it, even serving as the president of the united states. richard nixon was one. abraham lincoln was an introvert, dwight eisenhower. george stephanopoulos is a bit of an introvert, and he's in front of millions of people. so i think it's -- i think it's very -- he could do it. i think part of this is he probably was figuring out if he could serve in a clinton cabinet who he was close to members of her staff. i think that's probably more of what it was about but he could
run for office. >> we introverts do not like to be outed like that, matthew dowd. you saw the back and forth in the filings. there was some concern because zuckerberg is so closely tied to the brand. of facebook. what would happen if he were indeed to leave? >> as we all know, he started this company back in college, and he has built this company in this. my guess is they could find somebody. a perfect person i think would be sheryl sandberg, who served in the organization who serves on the disney board just to let everybody know, i think she would be the perfect person for this. but it is a question about the entirety of the facebook brand which has been so linked, as you say, george, to mark zuckerberg. >> all right. matt dowd. more to. co come on that one. thank you. up next today is something called green monday. i'd explain to george. it is one of the biggest online shopping days of the year but security experts are sending an alert warning millions about a holiday e-mail scam that could be in your in-box and looks like a package delivery notice.
so t.j., tell us what we can look for. >> it's essentially a trap they are sending in your in-box right now, and the crips are waiting to see if you take the bait. let's say, george, the introvert is buying my christmas gift this year. all right. he's probably going to do it online, so all our in-boxes are flooded with all these package, a delivery confirmation, shipping confirmation so the criminals sneak one in that looks like the real deal but they're a fake and what they're trying to do is bait you into opening it but opening an attachment and downloading something, and that ends up with the malware, the virus virus on your computer, or even this new thing that they call ransomware in which they can shut down your computer and then hold it hostage and make you send them payment to unlock your own computer. so that's what you got to look for. >> i've gotten so many. how can people avoid getting caught up in this? >> just a little diligence, take a moment and look at it. fedex, u.p.s., all these legitimate ones tell you we won't send you anything.
so listening. we're not going to ask you for personal information. we won't ask you for anything. that's a certainly a red flag and also the other thing here, just look at that e-mail address. some of them are @ups.com. that's legit, but some of them are @ups, underscore, it. don't download it. >> if you check the better business bureau's naughty list they warn you of ten different holiday scams. what is it about this time of year? >> there are literally, guys. billions of packages that will be shipped this season. all of us, one, are sending things to family and friends, but we are in that good mood, that giving mood. so even scams having to do with charities so people are preying on us being online right now. it is just -- for an opportunist, a criminal opportunist. the perfect time. >> t.j. holmes our resident extrovert. thank you voch. so much. >> when george and i go out we have a great time. >> yin and yang. coming up, first "star wars"
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others on their feet roaring and screaming. a whopping $120 million to $150 million. that's "rogue one's" guesstimated box office haul for its imminent opening weekend. >> may the force be with us. >> reporter: here's my kid on the red carpet. last year's "the force awakens" was the biggest december opening of all time. going ton bring in $2.1 billion worldwide. this is becoming a bit of a holiday tradition, bob. >> second year in a row. i know. we'll have to keep it up. >> reporter: "rogue one" is expected to be the second biggest december premiere, a little lower than the fourth partly because of a different cast of characters. no han solo. no skywalker. my character is -- it's called captain cassian and an intelligence officer, a spy for the rebellion. >> reporter: disney, our parent company, is embargoing all actual reviews until tomorrow. >> there are a lot of surprises in the film that people are going to enjoy. >> really? >> reporter: but a standing
ovation at the premier and lots of lovely twitter reviews. mind blowing, unbelievably wonderful. last time i loved a "star wars" movie as much it was 1977. >> it's interesting because you sit down and you don't know what's going to happen and that's so cool. >> reporter: one rumor i must address involves "rogue one's" jyn and "episode vii's" rey. >> you can talk about rey's mother. >> that is not true. she is not rey's mother. she is not. >> reporter: and yes, vader appears. that's all i'll say for now. "rogue one" opens in theaters friday. then we have "star wars: episode viii." next december, they have a title, but they won't tell us, and "episode ix" is being written right now. george and amy, plenty more.
>> nick, we saw your little boy milo dancing before on the red carpet. what did he think after? >> he said it's the best movie i've ever seen then he passed out asleep. that's a good review. >> we'll take it. >> nick, thank you. > coming up next, we have madonna's powerful and emotional speech that has a lot of people talking this morning. then lara, tell us what's going on upstairs. >> it is one of the biggest shopping days of the year. forget black friday. becky worley is here to talk about green monday. helping you find secret savings on the hottest gifts, oh, and speaking of hot, will smith and david beckham both live on "good morning america." we'll see you soon. "good morning america." we'll see you soon. that was invigorating! you're probably wondering why i've just carved a giant wooden tiger. well, the answer is that a real one would maul me. i've crafted dr. whiskers here as a visual aid to show you that should you visit the lot, carmax associates will not pounce like tigers because people don't like that.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. we have a winter storm warning. snow, rain, ice sparking massive pileups, delaying thousands of flights and now extreme weather alerts across 20 states. the new warnings from california to new york. ♪ green monday mania. one of the biggest online shopping days is here. how to find secret savings on tablets, tvs and toys, plus the apps with major discounts. just 13 days until christmas. and going for gold. hollywood's biggest stars celebrating a magical evening with the golden globe nominations. will "la la land" dance its way to glory? will "black-ish" score big? >> hallelujah. hallelujah. >> all the nominees here on "gma." and times square is heating up. will smith and david beckham both here live. >> and david is here to say --
>> good morning, america. [ cheers and applause ] good morning, david beckham. good morning, america. good morning to this great audience right here. [ cheers and applause ] they have got a lot of rest this weekend. and we have a lot of star power right here this morning, not just david beckham. >> yes, that's right. we've got will smith and we have so much more and we have jesse here too. they were all clapping for jesse, right? [ applause ] we have will smith in the studio right now, and apparently -- [ cheers and applause ] >> yay! >> he has some friends there and has a very inspiring message for the holidays. a great movie "collateral beauty" being compared to "it's a wonderful life." so we are looking forward to that. >> yeah. [ applause ] >> a very moving movie. madonna, wow, she had quite a powerful speech and is getting a lot of reaction online taking
on double standards about beauty, aging and a lot more, and we're going to get into that in just a moment. >> she knows how to be provocative. we have to get the morning rundown from cecilia vega. good morning. we begin with the winter storm moving in from the great lakes to the northeast bringing freezing rain, bitter cold temperatures and on top of all that delaying hundreds of flights and rob marciano is in albany, new york, which is proving to be a rough morning for so many. rob, good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning, cecilia. a difficult monday morning commute to say the least. really the past few days for so many americans tough to get around, whether it's train, plane or car, it has been difficult for sure. here in the capital district of albany, five, six inches on the ground, and they did pre-treat the roads with the salt brine. the side areas and hillier terrains difficult to get around and some schools are delayed and expect it to end later but that chunk of cold air coming in later in the week and folks not looking forward to that. cecilia. >> you can say that again, rob,
thank you. and this morning, china is expressing what it calls serious concern about donald trump's latest comments on taiwan. it comes after the president-elect said he feels he is not -- he does not feel bound by a one-china policy unless there is a new deal on other things like trade. the state run newspaper there called trump ignorant as a child when it comes to diplomacy. and russia is denying allegations that it interfered with the u.s. election. president-elect trump is also rejecting the cia findings saying claims that russia was trying to help him win are ridiculous. he blames democrats for leaking the information, and earlier on "gma" trump's senior adviser kellyanne conway insisted trump still respects the intelligence community. >> the president-elect does not want interference into our politics, but we also don't want politics into the interference of our intelligence, and that's what's happening now. people are trying to politicize our intelligence because they don't like the election result. >> a bipartisan group of senators is calling for an
investigation into any russian hacking that may have influenced the election. and it was six months ago today when 49 people lost their lives in the massacre at the pulse nightclub in orlando. overnight families and survivors gathered for a vigil at 2:02 a.m., the moment of the attack. they lit candles and read names. a public memorial is tonight. and finally, it sounds like the start of a joke, so bill murray walks into the oval office. the comedian and the president playing some golf. murray faring much better than president obama, but then cue the trash-talking about baseball. murray's cubs won the world series, but the president, he is a white sox fan. >> generally i don't let cubs fans into the oval office. >> it's probably not a coincidence that your popularity is at an all-time high so i would just stick with this if i were you. i would just ride this baby. >> it's not going to happen. >> yeah, right. the video is a plug for obamacare but the real takeaway
here, the president has just a few weeks before he leaves office, and he has got some serious work to do, guys, on his golf game. >> thank you, cecilia. well, bill murray knows how to play golf. lara, welcome back from the weekend. how is "pop news"? >> thank you, guys. happy monday, everybody. [ applause ] on a more serious note to start, madonna has been all over the news. we begin "pop news" talking about madonna speaking out on a deeply emotional and important issue to her, gender equality in the music business. as she accepted billboard's woman of the year award on friday, the queen of pop talked about the double standard she's dealt with her entire career. how women, she says, must play by the, quote, rules. social media is blowing up about this. users are posting their favorite moments of that speech. take a look. >> do not age because to age is a sin. you will be criticized. you will be vilified, and you will definitely not be played on the radio.
>> she did not hold back at all and she started her speech by saying, hello, everybody, my name is doormat. i mean, she really was angry, and just talked about -- and really went sbiet, ainto it, an of people are saying, you know what? good for her for speaking up, and as you said, always provocative. always gets us talking. so madonna is in the news and guess who is with us. special edition of "pop news," david beckham in the house, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] and there's a reason. [ cheers and applause ] come on. jump in. this is an important one. i'd like to say you just happen to be in the neighborhood, but you are hear for a very, very special cause, unicef. you are one of their goodwill ambassadors in new york for just one day and, of course, stopped by right here. [ cheers and applause ] talk to me about what you're doing here. >> i'm here as part of the 70-year celebration anniversary for unicef. it was founded 70 years ago to the day.
just after the world war ii as the biggest child's organization now in the world, and i'm very proud to be a goodwill ambassador. it's something that i'm extremely focused on, and it's something that is very important to me, to the family and, yes, so i'm here for the celebration. >> speaking out. speaking out. i was reading about the 70th anniversary, and their goal that no child dies from preventible causes. they are determined to make sure that that happens, and all children lead a happy and healthy life all over the world. >> yeah, it's incredible that we still live in an age where children are dying every five minutes. a child dies every five minutes from violence around the world, so it's an incredible statistic and something that, you know, as great as the work has been done over the years, there's still so much more to be done. >> we all grew up with little orange boxes going trick-or-treating and even those pennies can make a big difference. >> without a doubt. you know what? it doesn't matter what your
politics are. everyone in this room, everyone watching, everyone sat here, you know, no child should be affected by violence is the way they are. >> and you did a really moving psa. very creative, as well. you're known for having a tattoo or two. >> yeah. >> but you put them to work. literally. watch this, you guys. >> violence marks forever. >> so throughout this ad your tattoos almost come to life and tell a very provocative story and the message is this has got to stop. >> i think it was just a very strong, powerful way to get across how, you know, so many children around the world are affected by violence. it's got a lot of hits and a lot of attention and that's what we wanted to achieve with this. it's about shining the light, and of course, it's about raising the funds for children in situations around the world, but it's about shining the light, and things like this are
so important for us . >> also getting a lot of hits and views, just to switch gears and talk about your family, your 11-year-old son, cruz, already signed by scooter braun. [ applause ] who made justin bieber a household name. when did -- well, first, if you haven't seen it already, and many of you have, here's a peek of cruz beckham singing a little christmas tune. >> i'm interviewing cruz. it's so strange. >> i know, it's really strange. trust me. i know. >> oh, darn it. we don't have it. ♪ >> first of all, he's your mini-me. >> yeah, he is. [ applause ] well, the amazing thing about this, you know, we only realized that cruz has a cute little voice, you know, about nine months ago, and scoots has been a family friend for a while. so he said, bring him in. see if he enjoys it. but for us, you know, we always want our children -- we always hope they're listening to us or they pay attention to us as parents, and we do a lot of work for charity, for unicef,
and my wife does for the u.n., and cruz came to us very recently, and he said, how about i do to christmas song for charity? all the proceeds go to charity. >> that's great. >> so there's nothing more to this than that at the moment. he's 11 years old still at school concentrating at school. that's the most important thing but he wanted to give back and he has done this amazing little christmas song, which has got a lot of attention and, you know, we're very proud of him. >> as you should be. >> he came to us with the idea. >> you got a little entrepreneur in the family. >> he's having fun. >> and thank you so much for coming by and talking to everybody about unicef and the importance of every penny counts. it makes a huge difference. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> probably my favorite "pop news" ever. i can drop the mike. all right, coming up next here on "good morning america," it is green monday, and becky worley is helping us find the biggest online deals for the holidays. stay with us. [ cheers and applause ] online deals for the
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back here on "good morning america," on a wet and cool morning, my friends are south carolina said, this is cold. you guys, it's nothing compared to what's going to happen at the end of the week. hold on to your hats. i wanted to show you this morning what it looks like in boston. that's where the snow still has yet to transition so some of the roads could be slick. look at the radar. it will be moving out, but along the coast it is mostly rain so that is a look at the big picture. what part of south carolina? >> aiken, south carolina. >> like south south carolina. you stay warm. >> good monday morning, more sunshine, dry, milder this afternoon, unsettled pattern on tuesday through friday with the
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holidays? it's a good time to get back to why you do what you do. you know, for me i found my why is to improve lives. >> and we've got some kids doing exactly that. >> absolutely. discovering their why. >> discovering their why. let me start with haley. haley, tell us about your why. >> my why is i help people with alzheimer's disease, and i solve puzzles with them -- >> wow. >> and i -- it stimulaties thei brain. >> wow. >> fantastic. >> beautiful. i like that [ applause ] >> and alice, you're from the national dance institute. >> yeah, i'm from the national dance institute. what i love about the national dance institute is i can express myself and be truly me, and everybody there will embrace me for who i am. >> what did you write down on your ornament? >> dance. >> dance, yes. >> how about you? how about you? >> i wrote i help patients with alzheimer's disease. i care for them. >> fantastic. >> give me a hug.
give me a hug. ah. >> another letter here as well. what's yours? >> i play basketball and help out in the community in a leadership program with the boys and girls club of metro queens and i wrote unification, because i just want to bring people together. >> wow. love that. >> we've got all of you guys filling out your ornaments as well. who wants to volunteer one? go ahead. >> my why is that helping others by having fun. >> all right. >> that's a good one. that's right. >> brings joy. >> many why is that i'm creative because every move you do is unique, and you won't see it anywhere else. >> fantastic. just like snowflakes. we'll talk a lot more about "collateral beauty." >> absolutely. >> after a quick break. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] a quick break. we'll be right back.
good morning, i'm natasha zouves from abc 7 mornings. we are still tracking that developing news in oakland where a car crash has shut down foothill boulevard between 23rd and miller avenue. officials tell us the driver hit a laundromat around 6:00 a.m. and knocked down power lines. let's get to alexis smith with a check of your commute. >> good morning. we have trouble on surface streets. main highway isn't too bad and we have a motorcycle crash on 85 before you get to 17. it sounds like the far right lap is blocked. hopefully no one is involved in that and emergency crews are arriving
hey there, good morning. let's look at current conditions. 51 in san jose, most in the 40s, still anging on to 39 in santa rosa. sun abreaking through the clouds and that will warm us into the mid to upper 50s. put the umbrellas away for now. needing them in north bay tomorrow and then all of us get some heavy rain on thursday. >> we're getting ready for it. thanks mike. we'll have another update in about 30 minutes and on our news app and abc7news.com.
remembering can join, reggie, mike, alexis, jessica and me for pabc 7 mornings, s ♪ getting jiggy with it welcome back to "gma." great to have a great audience here with us, and will smith at the table with us. thanks for sharing that great david blaine story. you are out with an amazing new movie. >> thank you, thank you. yes, very happy with it. very happy. [ cheers and applause ] >> "collateral beauty" said to be a major hit for christmas. we want to ask you, what special traditions do you have at your house as we gear up for christmas and the holidays? >> well, christmas is jada time in our house. >> okay. >> she sacrifices for everybody else all yearlong, and then on christmas, everybody does exactly whatever mommy wants to do for christmas. it's, like,, you know, it's the time of year that is most beautiful. family for her so we, you know,
starting in probably october, she starts looking at where to snowfall, the most snowfall in america. and he is, like, that's where we are going. were going there, and she loves to have a white christmas, and she has -- she likes to do the one horse open sleigh. >> really? >> are you a good gift giver? >> i'm pretty good. what i do, though, right, because you can't wait till the holidays to give gifts. because then when everybody is expecting it it's harder to -- so i'm the guy who i'll come home in october, and say, everybody, today is christmas. i got gifts for everybody and you do ma because the surprise aspect of it -- >> yeah. >> you've been married to her almost 20 years? >> 20 years next year. >> amazing. >> as a gift giver -- it's got to be hard. every year, you have to get bigger. >> you know, what happens is you got to get smaller. that's the thing. you got to get smaller. right? it has to be a letter. you know, you can pose a letter or something like that you make
it smaller. it has to be -- it demands less money and more thought. >> that's right. >> i agree with that. >> exactly. >> because otherwise you're like where do you go from here? you can't -- >> i bought you "good morning america," baby. >> we are not for sale. >> congratulations on all your success. you've had such a phenomenal career and we've seen you in so many amazing roles. you've saved the world countless times. >> yeah. >> it's got to get boring after a while. >> y'all just keep putting it in trouble, man, and i keep tackki it out. >> fighting evil and dating advice on "hitch." when you look back at all the different roles you played what most embodies will smith? >> most -- oh, that's interesting. you know, probably the closest to who and what i was at the time was "bad boys" so "bad boys" is probably, you know, it's, like, just that young,
wild, me and martin in miami, you know, in our 20s. >> you're doing it again, aren't you? >> it won't be like it was then. it'll be the 48-year-old knees. yeah, but -- >> what? >> yeah, "the bad men." but, yeah, we're going back there next year. >> in this role you had to dig pretty deep. >> yeah, yeah. >> so what did you reach for in our own personal experience? >> you know, what was so beautiful about this film, it's about a guy who, you know, suffers a loss, and then he starts putting his life back together, so, you know, what was beautiful for me was to have an opportunity, you know, my father was sick during the time. so i was able to share the preparation with my -- with my father, so it was that beautiful blending of life and art at the same time. so some of the experiences, the character was having, i was having in my own life so i think that people -- i hope people will see and feel the openness
that i was able to give and the honesty i was able to give to this character. >> in fact, let's take a look at the clip from "collateral beauty." >> you got a clip? >> we got a clip. we're ready. >> i'm having conversations. >> uh-huh. >> i mean conversations. >> okay. >> it's okay. never mind. >> howard, you want to have a conversation with me? >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> now, except the conversations that he's been having, you know, he gets angry after his loss and he writes three letters, and he just vents and rants to love, time and death.
and he gets so angry at love, time and kdeath, and he writes these letters and he mails them, and then love, time and death respond. he's like, whoa, whoa. so, you know, it has a little bit of that "it's a wonderful life" beautiful christmas vibe and it's set in new york, wand, you know, it's one of those movies that could only happen in new york because of the magical element of it. of it. >> you ride your bike all throughout this movie, don't you? >> that was fantastic. i got essentially for the scenes a police escort all the time riding my bike through the streets of new york and got to ride down the middle of fifth avenue full speed. >> people do that anyway. it happens all the time. >> mine was safe and had stunt drivers around me but it was so beautiful like that free to be able to ride through new york in that way and it was, you know, we were -- that's fake snow.
we had to make snow. you would see people come around the corner like what the hell. so, yeah, you know, big piles of snow. >> so many -- almost the whole cast, i had the great pleasure of sitting down with dame judi dench. >> and helen mirror. >> it's a selfie head. >> i know. your face is never really right for the picture. >> and just pass off the camera. >> i look the dumbest. >> no, but it was just a beautiful group of people coming together around the idea. i think that more than anything, that's what it was. it was, like, such powerful, helpful ideas around love, and time and death. you know, the things that it's so universally relatable, what you are dealing with, and i
think everybody bonded around the ideas, and some of the conversations we would have. it didn't hurt that, like, everybody in the cast is, like, the best in the world. >> and ed norton came by last week, and he said, when the cameras stopped rolling, you went into "hamilton" mode. >> i was in the middle. >> do you have a favorite song? [ singing ] love that. i didn't know if i could say those two words. i was, like, oh, morning television. morning television. yeah. but yeah. it was during that time. it was so -- such a beautiful energy onset. this is one of the most fun, the most emotional connection i have ever had working with a group of people onset.
>> and naomi harris told us you were a big practical jokesters and messing with her a little bit. >> when people are british, american jokes aren't funny, right? so that made it extra funny to me. >> like, i don't get it. >> oh, okay. so i'm going to say it again. just louder. >> question for up. your two kids. so stunning. both very fashion forward. where do they get that? >> i have no idea. it's, like, just poor parenting, right? no. it's, like -- >> i mean really chic. >> they are -- yeah. i think if there is one gift that jada and i were able to give them is the freedom to be who they are unapologetically. and as parents, jada and i struggle with wanting them to be what we want them to be. right? versus the fight that we have
with ourselves, is you know what? they were created as a thing, and we're going to get behind what they are, rather than demand that they be what we want them to be to make us feel a certain way. >> that's great. >> that's a big breakthrough. >> you know what? as the parent of a -- i have an almost 15-year-old son, and i'm listening to you, like, gosh. i got to do that. >> but no. it's terrifying, because you're, like, no. that's dumb. don't do that! >> you have to let them make mistakes, right? the ability to make mistakes is how you learn. >> unfortunately, that pain and that suffering that you gain around your own choices are -- >> comes right back. >> that's how you grow, and on top of it, jada and i had to be honest with ourselves. we don't know as much as we think we do. they know better about themselves than we do sometimes. it's just real, and you can know for yourself, but you can't know for somebody else what is right.
>> it's hard to do as a parent. >> i know. >> if this acting thing does not work out for you, you have a career in therapy. >> i have already had a career in therapy on the other side. >> very helpful, though. >> great to see you again. "collateral beauty" hits theaters friday. golden globe nominations koupg.
back here on a monday morning we are about to get all the excitement of the golden globes, but first, wanted to say good morning to those in philo, illinois. you've been yelling philo. >> hello, everybody. >> what turned it around? i love to see what you made it on, louis vuitton. somebody went shopping when they were here in new york city. very cold. going back to chicago and at the end of the week, look at the polar air, 10 below in chicago. it will feel like that by thursday, and right here, similar good morning, i'm meteorologist mike nicco. it is going to be dry today with more sunshine than yesterday. a little bit warmer. mid to upper 50s. now looking at my accuweather seven-day forecast, a light storm for tuesday and wednesday. mainly across the that weather brought to you by lyrica. i had to put these two smiling faces on.
amy, everybody. let's head up to you. >> all right. it is time now for the golden globe nominations. they just came in, and we have a lot to talk about. abc's chris connelly is back with all the details. >> as you know the golden globes likes to split nominations into two separate categories on the movie side. we have nominations for best drama. best drama actor and actress. also best comedy musical. musical actress and comedy musical actor. >> sometimes it's a little gray. >> yeah, they're not really a lot of thigh slappers necessarily on the comedy musical side but "la la land" has done very well this morning, getting a nomination. for best musical comedy one for emma and ryan up against another ryan, ryan reynolds for "deadpool" in that. >> ryan reynolds. >> the track is pretty clear for "la la land." as for best drama, you know that's a really impressive group we have right here. we have "hacksaw ridge," that's
the mel gibson movie that stars andrew garfield, and also got a nomination this time for saving lives instead of slinging webs. "manchester by the sea," "moonlight" and "lion." >> casey affleck got a nomination and he's one of the favorites in that category. denzel washington up there also, i think the category that's loaded is actress drama. you have got amy adams, issa rae, and natalie portman as jackie alongside jessica chastain again so a lot of movies in great shape and have to say the movies the top contenders continue to be the top contenders. "la la land," you've got "moonlight" and you've got "manchester by the sea." these are deep, you know, powerful movies. they are not major wild, crazy audience pleasers except for "la la land." >> "la la land" is -- i was going to say it's got a beautiful message but really is also very magical and takes you along the way. >> sweeps you away and love love when you watch it. >> i love the movie. >> ryan gosling not too shabby.
in tv any surprises for you? >> well, always seems like there's something, you know, unusual being -- we have great performance for "black-ish" this morning. >> all right. [ applause ] >> we love "black-ish." >> three nominations for that along the way as always, you know, very fashion forward for the golden globes. you always get, like, the latest and newest. winona ryder getting nominated as an actress. >> for "stranger things." very cool. >> mandy moore up for something. some of the nominees look like the mtv green room from the 1990s. >> not a bad thing. i would like to point out. >> it's always exciting and "nocturnal animals" did really well, as well. >> tom ford. >> the tom ford thing. the golden globes asked the hollywood foreign press to return one of the two bottles of tom ford perfume that were sent to them as a gift so that it didn't influence their vote, so i just want to say i would wear
a cologne named scorsese any day. so -- >> what do the globes tell you about the oscars? >> usually are the first -- they're the begin of the end, the last time they get to weigh in. next time we'll see the guild, the people that make the movies so i think of this as the first cut. you know, this is like the people who are likely to be around for the oscar nominations. again these seem to be the lead. >> no big surprises. >> not anything huge. "moonlight," "manchester by the sea," "la la land" are in this to win it all the way. >> all right. >> we'll be right back. [ applause ]
afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me. so we are back now with the golden globes reaction. joining us right here right now, we could not be more excited. chris connelly has more. >> reporter: this morning, some of the globe's top nominees talking exclusively to "gma." >> i'm in california, and you woke me up, so thank you. >> relax. i got you.
i promise. i'm not going to let you go. >> reporter: "moonlight" received the most nominations of any dramatic film. ali nominated as supporting actor. >> we won't ask you what you are wearing, but this is an amazing personal story for you. you had the chance to work for $20 an hour on the docks in the bay area. >> oh, wow. yeah. >> and now 20 years later, you find yourself nominated for a golden globe. what do you feel at this moment? >> just appreciative, and i'm really appreciative for the time it's taken to kind of get to this moment. it's that i have a lot of help along the way, and a lot of people really supported me along my journey, and it's been wonderful. and i'm really happy and feel blessed to be in such good company. >> you came back. >> i told you i would. >> reporter: west world's evan rachel wood learned she was
nominated for best actress in a tv drama. >> you won as well. have you been celebrating? tell us what the last few hours have been like for you. >> i have just been reeling and very excited and just so proud. it's such a good show, and i couldn't be happier. >> you have used this moment in the public spotlight to talk about painful incidents from your past. how do you hope that sharing those stories will help the people that love and watch you on "west world"? >> i hope that they will take away the same strength that i did, and i hope that it removes some of the shame and fear, and i want them to know that they aren't alone. >> you didn't come home like you were supposed to. >> reporter: another "moonlight" star, naomi harris, talking about her nomination. >> everybody is super excited for you. am i right? [ cheers and applause ]
this movie is so heartfelt and hits every emotion. what was it like for you to play this damaged character and this mother who loves her son so much? >> i have to say, it was a lot of hard work, and she is a very tricky, complex woman, but i was delighted to be able to, you know, give her the full humanity that she deserves. because, you know, she does love her son, but she has this terrible addiction which turns her into this kind of demon as well. >> you're no stranger to big hollywood movies like what? "skyfall" and "miami vice". what was it like to work on this set? >> it was great in a way to work with a small group of people and they were so passionate about the script, and it feels much
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good morning, i'm natasha zouves from abc 7 mornings. let's get over to meteorologist mike nicco for a quick look at our dry day. >> hi, everybody. that is the key. dry day and one that we are all finally in the 40s and 50s around hayward and san jose. on the way to the mid and upper 50s. so brighter and warmer. and tomorrow rain across the north bay and same thing for wednesday and a heavier storm will roll in thursday. alexis. >> at 580, a crash involving a motorcycle. it sounds minor. there aren't injuriys and check out the back-up before lake shore avenue and that extends between the 13 merge. >> thank you. it is time for "live with kelly" and i'll be back at 11:00 for the abc 7 midday news. join me and reggie then.
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