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michael: tomorrow, sacha baron this morning on "today's take," country superstar blake shelton opens up in a new, revealing song. we've got your first listen. then here comes the dive. one bride's unforgettable wedding video. aaron paul with a sneak peek at his movie "eye in the sky." all that and more coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" on a beautiful wednesday morning here
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it's march the 9th, 2016. getting up into the mid 70s in new york today. >> yeah. >> willie along with al and tamron. natalie is on assignment. morning jam this morning, "loving cup "by the rolling stones. we have politics to talk about and good guests. we have breaking news on matt lauer. in case you missed the last 20 or so minutes of the show -- >> was it only 20 minutes? >> sacha baron cohen claims to have a trick of how to break out of handcuffs with butter and a paper clip. i knew the minute the cuffs came out, you were dead. >> i wasn't going to put my wrist in there, but everybody seemed to think that was the right thing to do. since he's a guest. it was an amazing trick. >> no. >> willie? >> no, no. no! >> come here. >> no!
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>> you do not know the trick. >> elephant wrists? >> what he did -- i have to get the paper clip and the butter. >> you're so lame. where are you going? >> to get the paper clip and the butter. >> make sure it's english butter. >> stop tapping me. >> i have to go. >> you know what? matt lauer -- >> big elections last night. >> you try to -- >> this is like a remake of the -- >> oh, look at that. >> that's my super human trick. yes! >> are you kidding me? that's not rodeo, is it? wow. >> i can collapse my hand. >> oh, you did that a little too easily, my friend. >> i learned i could do it as a kid. >> to get out of handcuffs. thank you, you're a gentleman.
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>> al, can you read this? >> the presidential race, let's start with the democrats. >> we're talking about an election. >> bernie sanders pulling off a stunning upset over hillary clinton in michigan, taking home 70 delegates. of course, hillary clinton won big in mississippi with 88 delegates. that pushes clinton over the halfway mark in the race over the delegates needed to lock up the nomination with 1,193. >> for donald trump, mississippi and michigan and hawaii, as well. cruz won a state, as well. trump leads with 456. cruz in second with 363. marco rubio, uphill climb for him. he had a terrible night at 153. trump celebrated his win with a news conference -- >> it was like qvc. >> one of his clubs. remember mitt romney's speech, detailing the failed businesses
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here is mr. frump's trump's rebuttal. >> i won't say anybody didn't do well if they didn't do well. only one person did well tonight, and that was donald trump. i'll tell you. we have trump steaks. if you want to take one, we'll charge you, what, $50 a steak in no, i won't. the magazine is great. anyone want one? my club champion. you see the wine because he mentioned trump vodka. it's the largest winery in the east coast. >> and mr. trump came with visual aid. on either side of the stage, boxes of wine. >> that's right. the water. >> champagne. >> steaks. two butcher blocks worth of what he said were trump steaks. there's been a lot of investigative work done on this, and trump steaks did go out of business several years ago. i think some of the things are sold within his properties and clubs. >> like as a facility. >> the water is served at the club but i don't think you can buy it separately. >> how are you as a challenger?
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i mean, marco rubio, ted cruz this morning, there is some momentum still with ted cruz. marco rubio, florida may be his last stand. he's still very confident. a lot of ads going up and are playing in florida. when you are ted cruz or marco rubio and you, like the rest of us, are watching that from home, what's going through your mind? >> you have to get some merchandise. >> you have to get merch. >> like cruz burgers. >> cruz cruise. team up with a cruise line. >> rubio rooter, you know. >> oh, okay. >> good point though because they try to hit him on substance forever and that didn't stick. marco rubio goes personal with all this stuff. >> he takes a playbook. takes a page from trump's playbook. calls him hair force one, insults him, and he goes down. >> finished in fourth in two states.
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meant idaho. >> people make the mistake. >> "i" and "o." >> the states that begin and end with a vowel. >> tuesday is the big race in ohio. >> here's the race that fan boys, yours truly included, are waiting for. "soup "batman versus superman: dawn of justice," opening march 25th. there's been cinarama. >> what is that? >> surround sound. movie fans of new york city will be able to watch this movie in 4d. >> what's that? >> you'll experience the special effects like with motion activated seats. kind of like what they have at universal. >> at disney, it shakes. >> you'll feel wind, fog, rain, lightning and even smell. >> whoa.
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>> this is so exciting. >> ever done the spiderman ride at universal? water blowing at you. >> that's the scariest ride ever. >> amazing ride. >> do you pay extra for 4d? >> i don't know. >> i wonder. >> i'm going to pay for it. >> what if it's like $60? >> it'll be great. >> you want to see it in 4d? >> i just want to see it. >> me, too. i don't like 3d. i like to see a movie in the regular form n , in a big screen theater. >> disney's "big hero 6" was spectacular. >> 3d got better. before, the glasses gave you headaches. we saw "kung fu panda" in 3 j dn d, and it was terrific. it's a beautiful moment when you go to a wedding, we stand
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for a wedding in ireland, a 4-year-old lad stole the show. take a look. >> yes! >> look at him. oh, my gosh. >> looks like he was an american ninja. hitting the wall and climbing up. >> the bride's nephew. she looks back at him. can we play it again with the sound? you hear his leap. >> oh, my gosh. >> let me know when it's ready. you can hear him. >> that is my man right there. >> the woman who pulls him off is, like -- >> probably mom. >> that's the best -- >> he got a running start. >> running start, just, oh, man. >> that's 4d. >> and he stuck the landing. >> people try to have the little kid involved because it's adorable. the rose pedals.
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>> what is day to day like with him? >> wow. >> awesome party. >> don't you come running up behind me. >> listen, i'm so tempted right now. >> i know you were. >> he's my dream child. looking at the radar. we have serious stuff going on. texas into louisiana. i mean, we've got flash flood watches out. severe thunderstorm warnings. it is rough. in fact, look at this, 22 million people at risk for some flooding. stretching from southern illinois all the way down to louisiana and texas. even into florida. we're talking heavy rains today. severe storms, possible tornadoes. these are going to be slow moving storms so they'll dump a ton of rain. by thursday, it makes its way to the northeast but heavy rain to the southeast, as well. look at the rainfall amounts. this is dangerous, folks. i'm talking possible catastrophic flooding. rain falling at the rate of 2 to 3 inches per hour.
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see 6 to 10 inches, all totaled, stretching from galveston to little rock down to lake charles. could be 16 inches of rain. that is -- we're talking about hurricane-like rain out of this thing. that's what's going on around th amy: good morning central florida, i' m amy sweezey. we are climbing of the next few days. headed to the mid-80' s through thursday and friday. a little rayner forecast over the weekend with our next approachin >> that's your latest weather. don't forget, go to"today's take" and like us. how many of you so far? 330,000. let's try to get to 335,000 before the hour is out.
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let's not lose it. >> ma'am, she's selling bread. >> those men are about to disperse. engage now. >> ma'am, i understand we have clearance. i would fire if i see them moving or when the girl is out of the radius. i want to give her a chance to get out of the way. >> lieutenant, you have clearance. there is a lot more at stake than you see here in the image. >> ma'am, run the collateral damage estimate again with the girl. changed. you are cleared to engage. >> gosh, helen mirren there. aaron paul is with us now. the cast, exceptional. the whole time i was watching, i was thinking about what you had to do to prepare for that role. >> yeah, i mean, it's a very, very heavy, rev vi heavy film. heavy story to tell. i talked to a military drone pilot, did a lot of research with him, learned how to fly drones. just, you know, learning all of
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very scary world, yeah. >> when you work with somebody like helen mirren, do you get star struck? >> of course. she's such a legend, you know? i look up to her in so many ways. when i first met her, they'd already been shooting. we had dinner together, and we just shared some whiskey and -- >> oh, that breaks the ice. >> breaks the ice. >> how cool is that? >> this woman can hold her liquor, and she's fantastic. >> fun to party with. >> she is. >> helen mirren. >> dame helen mirren can hold her liquor. >> it's great. >> is that bad of me to say? >> no, it's awesome. it's a compliment. >> it confirms why we love her. >> exactly. >> love her even more. >> the movie is relevant now. just yesterday, there was another drone strike and it was supposed to be a cleaner way to have war, right? than have our troops on the
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can you talk about what the tension is that goes through a drone pilot's mind in these operations? >> it's crazy. i play a pilot who is in the safety of his bunker, just outside of las vegas, nevada, flying a drone over kenya. it's just such a strange thing, that this pilot is in control of this huge drone that has missiles attached to it. dropping them on buildings that, you know, could hurt innocent civilians. there's a lot going on. this guy, chris, who is a drone pilot, he'd fly four drones at a time. >> wow. >> all different places of the world. it's so crazy. >> gosh. >> and you just jumped it back to tv. hulu, you have a show called "the path."
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of a controversial, religious movement. yeah, i play a guy, a father, father of two in the middle of this movement who is having doubts in the faith. >> you have intensity around you, from this tv show to the film. what are you doing for fun? >> oh, man, lots. >> you have to say hi to your mom. >> my mom and my dad, hello. where am i? here. i love you both very much. they get so excited when i come on to this show. they want me to give you a hug. all of you, yeah. this is for you, mom and dad. >> love you, guys. >> "eye in the sky" in select theaters this friday. hotel safety, with the erin andrews thing. before you pack your bags for kellogg's frosted mini-wheats ... 8 layers of wheat... and one that's sweet. to satisfy the adult and kid - in all of us.
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alone, you get nervous, so ask for two keys. that way, people think you're in the room with someone else. >> good point. >> you've checked in, you get into the elevator. >> when you go in the elevator, sometimes you're the last one to go in and sometimes the first. always be the last person to push your floor button. wait until they get off and then push the button so they don't know what floor you're going to. >> fantastic advice. now you're inside your room. what do you do? >> something i do all the time is get my cell phone, call the front desk and i ask for anthony's room number. if they give me my room number, i check out. i won't stay in the hotel. if they're not going to allow that kind of security, i need to leave. >> that's a basic. >> it's an absolute basic. when you're in the room, one of the things -- actually, i did
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it's on my website. i took the peephole and unscrewed it. i was able to take it out. >> something else we can do. >> easy thing to do in order to ensure you're safe is most peepholes don't unscrew. >> right. >> the one i had yesterday did, but most don't. take a band aid and slip it over the hole. i'll put it right here. okay? >> that blocks someone from being able to see. >> if somebody is trying to see into your room, they can't. >> on the other side, you like the do not disturb sign, right? >> yeah. the do not disturb sign, whether you're in the room or out of the room, always put it there. so people aren't coming into your room. a lot of people don't like housekeepers in their rooms. when you're out, you put that in and people don't come to your room. when you're in the room, most importantly, you don't want to
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a new survey finds many parents are not reading enough to their children. according to the group read aloud 15 minutes, fewer than half of all parents read out loud to their children each day, and 34% do it for at least 15 minutes a day. 71% say they sometimes read books to their children at bedtime, but only 10% read books out loud at other key opportunities. including bath time and even meals. paul mccartney is remembering producer george martin as a great man who is like a second father. known as the fifth beatle, martin signed the fab four and punched their ticket to ride into musical history. won six grammys and inducted into the rock and roll half of fame in 1999. he died last night at the age of 90. planning a vacation to europe, maybe hawaii? how about to space? a private space company expects to launch the first human test flight into space next year.
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and development site outside of seattle. the founder, of amazon fame, said thousands of people expressed interest on a paid flight on the craft. a total solar eclipse could be seen in indonesia, with the moon, a perfect silhouette in front of the sun. the moon casts a shadow as it passes between the earth and sun. a pilot even changed his flight plan for passengers could see it. people in the u.s. won't see one until august of 2017. the entire time, mr. rock ker, i was reading it, i was thinking "total eclipse of the heart." >> everyone was humming it, i'm sure. wet weather from the great lakes to the gulf, where we have a risk of severe weather and flooding down there. heavy wind and rain in the pacific northwest to northern california. high surf advisories in southern
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highs up and down the eastern seaboard. we're going to see, again, the wet weather making its way from the northeast down into the gulf coast. with heavy rain. more in the pacific northwest with windy conditions into northern california and parts of northe amy: good morning central florida, i' m amy sweezey. we are climbing of the next few days. headed to the mid-80' s through thursday and friday. a little rayner forecast over the weekend with our next approachin >> that's your latest weather. go to"today's take" and like us. you're really like us coming up because we have the great leon bridges performing live.
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incredible. >> yes. >> i need my drink. thank you. let's get it popping. eye roll. we begin with blake shelton, releasing his first new single since his well-publicized divorce and budding relationship with gwen stefani. the song, which dropped yesterday, deals with heartbreak and meeting someone new. take a listen to "come here to forget." getting over him and i'm getting over her the i's have it made if you and me buying each other drinks, back at the bar stealing these little sips, doing our best to make the best of the worst of it >> like that. that is nice. i feel like he's opening his diary to us. blake did not write the song. he did say the single is a
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gwen posted multiple tweets of support. "came here to forget" is off his upcoming 12th studio album. >> handsome picture of him, as well. kim kardashian defending the selfie everybody has been talking about. it set off a bunch of battles on twitter, with celebrities like bette midler, and even pierce morgan for posting this photo. she wrote, i don't do drugs, i hardly drink, i've never committed a crime and, yet, i'm a bad role model for being proud of my body. she went on to talk about living through embarrassment and fear in the past and now revealing empower -- feeling empowered by her body and her sexuality. by the way, kim has clarify ied the picture was take an year ago and is not her post baby number two body, like people assumed. but it is her body. speaking of babies, chrissy teigen, we love her, is on the
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of her little girl due in mid-april. the model and host is opening up about her and her husband john legend's fertility struggles. she said, it can be hard when you have these high highs and low lows, and you're like cuckoo pants. you don't want to get your hopes up but, of course, you do. a lot of women with relate. chrissy is now worried about the next phase. admitting she's never been alone with a kid or changed a diaper before and wondering how many times a day do they go. wow. depends on what you feed them. good luck to them. we can't wait. and the ep of the show, this is her favorite story. 50 cent explaining his instagrams which features him flashing stacks of cash following his bankruptcy last year. he had photos like these, covered in money, broke in piles of dollar bills. a bankruptcy judge questioned if he was being honest about his
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leon bridges. r&b sound made him a first, a look at how he got to our stage. >> reporter: texas native leon looks. what can i do, what can i do to get back to your heart >> reporter: leon burst on to the music scene in 2014. releasing a demo, recorded entirely on vintage environment to sound cloud, an audio scream streaming platform. in 2015, he signed with columbia records and released his debut solo album "coming home." baby, baby, baby >> reporter: shortly after, his first single titled "coming home" was fee atured on spotify. since then, leon has performed
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>> reporter: and wrote the original song "so long" for the movie "concussion." been traveling these wide roads >> reporter: in 2016, he was nominated for a grammy for best r&b album. please let me know >> reporter: now, as a front man of a new retro rhythm and blues revival, bridges is hitting the road on his first headline tour. take me to your river, i wanna know >> leon bridges, welcome and good morning. good to see you. >> good to see you. how you doing? >> the first time i heard "coming home," i thought i was listening to sam cooke in 1962. then i googled you and the rest is history. where does the sound come from? you're only 26 years old. why do you look and sound the way you do? >> well, i would say when i was 21, that was when i started to
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that's when i picked up the guitar. you know, i got to the point to where i wanted to go back to my heritage. i wanted to carry that on, you know. i feel that that type of sound is not prevalent within the mainstream, and it's something i'm very passionate about. i love soul music and i want to re recreate it in my own way. >> that's what's cool. they say build it and they will come. in the music industry, people try to change you. but the audience found you. you remained authentic to the music you love. it's incredible. >> that's a dope thing, you know. shout out to my label, colombia records, for allowing me to, you know, really be myself. people are drawn to that. >> you have this great tailored look. it's a spectacular sense of style. how did you develop that? >> when i was a kid, i used to
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it makes a lot of other cards seem one-sided. >> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. we are back with leon bridges. his album "coming home" reached number one on the r&b charts. here he is with his gospel-inspired single "river." been traveling these wide roads for so long my heart's been far from you ten thousand miles gone oh, i wanna come near and give
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but there is blood on my hands and my lips are unclean in my darkness, i remember momma's words reoccur to me vend surrender to the good lord and he'll wipe your slate clean take me to your river, i wanna go oh, go on take me to your river, i wanna
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tip me in your smooth waters, i go in as a man with many crimes come up for air as my sins flow down the jordan oh, i wanna come near and give every part of me but there is blood on my hands, and my lips are unclean take me to your river, i wanna go go on, take me to your river
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wanna go, wanna go, wanna go wanna know, wanna know, wanna know wanna go, wanna go, wanna go wanna know, wanna know, wanna know lord, please let me go take me to your river i wanna know
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>> wow. >> leon bridges, thank you so much. guys, thank you. the album, once again, "coming home," you're playing at the beacon tonight. >> yes. >> they never show up. if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all
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ain't it fun you're not leaving. >> we are staying. we want to stay. >> fine with me. >> all right. there you go. >> beauty right here, you know. >> oh! >> another musical great on with us today. >> also, tyler henry. we got read by him yesterday. >> medium. incredible. >> we got read, what? >> palms read. >> leon, you are the talent. >> thank you. we want to check the facebook page. see how many likes. hit it. >> 331,000.
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>> if you love leon, like us. >> she says their names. trayvon martin shot to death. dontre hamilton unarmed. sandra bland... and makes their mothers' fight she speaks for a city poisoned
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we need action now. and stands with the president against those who would undo his achievements. just like she's always...stood with us. hillary clinton. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. through thursday... today-tonight...high pressure will remain anchored off the southeast u.s. coast and provide a warm southeast wind flow... which will be
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(donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk.
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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. happy winesday wednesday, everybody. it is march the 9th, and you are listening to "she's in love with a boy" by trishia yearwood. >> i have the whole cd. >> back in the day. >> first, we love everything about her. she's a grammy-award winning


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