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this morning on "today's take," the oscar nominations are in. we have the stars, the surprises and the snubs. you won't want to miss it when al rides along with kevin hart and ice cube. plus, jackpot. who are the lucky pin winners of the largest lottery prize in world history? 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," thursday morning, january 14th, 2016.
and tam ta i loved your choice. >> i thought it was appropriate for the oscars today, and giving love to bowie. i was in austin, texas. they've dedicated a street to david bowie. >> awesome. let's get to the oscar nominations. start with best picture. "the big short," "bridge of spies," "brooklyn," "mad max: fury road," "the martian," "the revenant revenant," "room" and "spotlight." >> crowded category. >> it's hard to fit them all in. i think some were thrown out. no "star wars." no "straight outta compton." no "creed." again, it's already a long list. >> "mad max: fury road," you normally don't see that. >> a lot of nominations. phenomenal film. it is really good. on that list though, i have to say, not just because she's on hold, the "room."
>> "room" is fantastic. let's get to the other ones because we have a special guest here. actor bryan cranston for "trumbo." matt damon. leo dicaprio. michael fassbender for "steve jobs." eddie redmayne for "the danish girl." brie larson for "room." blanchett. ronan. on the phone, we have nominee congratulations. >> hi! >> i don't want to say we're a good luck charm, but we calledu after the globe nominations came out. we chatted. i think you were in hawaii. and you won. this is a habit. how are you feeling? >> i'm feeling incredible.
this time. so it's about -- what time is it -- midnight right now. i just got off work. i can't even belief it. ve it. i'm in shock over all of this. >> i saw you -- i talked to you after you won the golden globe and you were in shock there. has that sunk in yet, and now you have to deal with this, gladly, i'm sure? >> well, it's been a fast couple days. after the golden globes, i went to the australia, then went to work. i've been working in the jungle in australia with animals and plants and evg erything is crazy now this. i feel like i'm in a bizarre "alice in wonderland" dream. >> seems like you went from this room, shooting this film, to the jungle. how did you get the call? since you are abroad, there is a
>> there's a live stream online, so i watched the live stream. it's the first time ever i've done that. it was such a wonderful, fun experience experi. it's been so involved, with this whole season. this award season. you go to all the events and meet all these different people. you become rather invested in their films and in them individually. it's been fun. it kind of feels like my own super bowl. >> i was wondering what you do. you say you got on a flight to go to australia. but was there a little in between time, like a little stopping in and out along the way after winning the golden globe? >> oh, i mean, i got in and out delivered to my table. katy perry. >> nice. >> that's the way you roll. >> not bad. >> by the time i -- yeah, she had perfect timing. i don't know how she got it in. i think it's against the rules to bring food in. but i won my award.
table, there was a hot cheese cheeseburger waiting for me. >> that's how you win. >> man, that's a win-win. >> holding my award in one hand and the cheeseburger in the other. it was manl gic. >> doesn't get better than that. >> it doesn't. >> people were saying before the globes you were the favorite, but it doesn't mean it still wasn't a shock and surprise and joy to hear your name called. what would it mean to you now at the oscars to hear your name called and come up on that stage? >> oh, gosh. i mean, it's the biggest honor you can receive in my field. it would mean a lot. just the nomination alone is incredible because it is -- the nomination comes from your peers voting. to have this happen, from actors i respect and hear so much about, that's inspired me over the years, it's so cool. i feel like i'm getting -- i get to join this cool club with i don't know. i've been taking it day by day
feeling extremely grateful every day. each day, there is a new, exciting opportunity. just taking it from there. i mean, i'm 26 and life is long. we'll see how it all goes. >> i'm curious, you said you're in the jungle with animals. what are you working on right now, if you can tell us? >> oh, i'm shooting "king kong" right now. >> whoa! >> cool. >> yeah. i mean, it's technically "kong skull island" but that's what i'm shooting. >> fantastic. >> has been. and everything else. we've gotten to know you a bit and can't be more thrilled for you. great person. >> thank you. >> we also have on the phone alicia vikander for "the danish girl." thank you so much for joining us. congratulations. >> thank you so much. >> how did you find out? were you watching? did somebody call you?
>> well, it was a bit of a -- well, i'm shooting in vegas at the moment. i just woke up. thing. as soon as it came up with supporting actress category, my wireless went off. >> you're kidding me! >> then i got a call. i was really nervous to pick it up. >> wow. >> i know eddie redmayne, also your co-star in the film, was nominated for best actor. >> so happy. >> have you had a chance to even trade e-mail or any kind of text with him to congratulate him? >> no. as soon as i'm off the interviews, i'm going to call him, hopefully, instead of text him, to congratulate him.
you talked about having been at the golden globes three years prior, thinking it would be your only chance to walk the globe red carpet. you were with us earlier this week. now, you're at the oscars. how do you explain it, as a nominee? >> hard to explain it because i'm just -- i kind of looked up a list of the actresses i'm nominated with. i'm so proud of this film. you know, i'm just going to enjoy it as much as possible and try to understand i'm going to be there. >> i think you said you'd be working on something like six films this year. so this is kind of the culmination of a very big year for you. obviously, big things to come. we want to say congratulations to you. good luck. >> thank you so much. thank you. >> absolutely.
the phone, saoirse ronan for "brooklyn." >> the film in the best picture category, as well. >> good morning, saoirse. how did you take in the news this morning? >> oh, i didn't sleep. >> good call to wake up to though. >> i was actually surprised how last night went. my mom ran in, tears streaming down her face. i knew it was good news or bad news. it was the best news ever. tliegt delighted. this is a sweet film. when you're making a film like this, did you have any sense this role would lead down this path to being nominated for an oscar? >> no, i didn't. i thought, you know, a few people would see it. i think because it's, you know, such a kind of traditional form of filmmaking, it's a classic way to tell a story.
it's not really, you know, cool or edgy or anything. we didn't even know, you know, if anyone was going to go and see it or how commercial it was going to be. kind of like sundance, where it's gotten better and better. you know, we got best picture, as well. just the best thing, brilliant. >> what i love about the film is you said, it wasn't maybe big hollywood production, but it is the story that pretty much everybody has, i think, at least if they are an immigrant family. for you, it was something you really wanted to play, a truly irish role, right? >> yeah. it was really, really important for me to find the right irish role to play. i'm so proud of where i come from and, you know, it was important that the first irish
d the lifestyle i had growing up. but even what you were saying about it being a story of immigration, like basically, it's a story of anyone. even if you moved down the road, moved out of your mom and dad's house, you're going to college or something like that, like everyone -- it's just that feeling of knowing that you can't go back to where you came from. i realized that at the time, but to know that's how universal it was going to be. it's one of these beautiful little magic opportunities given. >> it truly is. i love it. it's a great movie. >> congratulations. thank you so much. >> congrats. the three women we spoke to all have something in common, besides having won oscars. i think we walked away from interviewing them saying, isn't she great?
>> she has the best story. connected to queens. >> the bronx, i think. >> quickly, you mentioned it, sylvester stallone, best supporting actor for "creed." >> the cheers erupted in the room. >> applause throughout but he has a great shot. >> think he'll wear the suit he wore the first time around in the '70s? we'll see what happens. meanwhile, the other big story, powerball winners. clearly, no one in this room at this table, or anyone we know. we would not be here. three winning tickets. they will split it up. three tickets, $1.5 billion -- the ticket was $1.5 billion. they'll split it three ways. how much is that? >> a lot. >> $500 million. >> one sold in chino hills, california. munford, tennessee. melbourne beach, florida. this was the scene.
reacted, to some degree. chino hills, 7-eleven, that's where one of the tickets was sold. 4, 8, 19, 27, 34, 10 is the powerball. roughly worth 522 $522 million before taxes. $200 million after. wow, that's a lot of taxes. >> over half! >> almost not worth winning. >> it's like why? why win? >> oh, sorry. i'll take that. chasm. >> i saw an article, the big winner, the government. the government. >> we'll see if winners emerge attorneys. >> the 7-eleven guy gets a bonus of $1 million. that's why he's happy. >> the store >> chris: good morning. starting off this thursday with patchy very light snow and
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>> they're awesome, nordstrom. the next, l.l. bean. no receipt? no problem. feel free to return it. >> you have to have the tags and stuff on, right? >> not always. >> really? >> no time limit and you don't necessarily need the tags or receipts at l.l. bean. >> gosh, okay. >> bed, bath and beyond. again, no receipt, not an issue at all. you don't need it. you can get a full refund for purchases made within the last year. if you bought this even less than a year ago, you can get a full refund. 80% of a refund of unable to find record of the actual purchase. >> no receipt. >> will they accept a credit card? >> a lot of stores, you can give your credit card or gift card used to buy it and they can look it up this year. now, the not as easy. kmart falls into that column. there is a time limit here. pretty fair, you have to return it within 28 days of the purchase.
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>> let's do it. >> ride along! >> what's it like, you guys are the king of miami. >> it's beautiful. >> miami welcomed us with open arms. when you want your movie to be big, better, you come to a scene that provides that. miami provided that. >> when they came to you with "ride along 2," did you have any hesitation? >> no hesitation. >> none. >> we have so much fun. it's only right to do it again. that's what you are in the entertainment business for, to give the people what they want. they love our dynamic. >> man, i'll tell you something, we did it so nice the first time. we decided to come back and do it twice. >> look, i'm the rapper here. >> hey! >> cut it out. >> did it so nice, decided to come back, do it twice. >> reporter: the original ride along, kevin plays a fast-talking security guard, joining ice cube's james, a quick-tempered police department detective, to patrol the streets
in an attempt to prove he was more than a video game junkie, ben tries to show his future brother-in-law he deserves to marry james' sister. >> i have to ask you to get on your bikes and leave this section. >> get your hands off. >> reporter: wha supposed to be a typical ride along, ben is entackled ngled in the detective's latest case and has an insane 24 hours of his life. >> that's it? i thought it would be bigger than that. >> when we last saw you guys, you were about to get married to his says ter ister. >> yeah. >> how is it going? >> in this one, first of all, we're not divorced. don't lie to al. tell him the truth. >> the truth is, we riding on the suspended license. >> no, no, no. that's not -- no. al, "ride along 2," we came back with bigger and better. while planning a wedding, cube is faced with another case, and i want to help on the case. we get to miami and get in the
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about your risk of getting shingles. because if you had chickenpox then the shingles virus is already inside you. (all) oooh. who' s had chickenpox? scoot over. me too! when i got shingles i had this ugly band of blisters and look that nasty rash can pop up anywhere and the pain can be even worse than it looks. so talk to your doctor or pharmacist. we all in? (all) yes! good, ' cause if not we' re gonna watch highlights of my career 12 hours straight. i know, talk about pain. seriously now, talk to your doctor or pharmacist today about a vaccine that can help prevent shingles. >> announcer: this portion of "today" is brought to you by merk. visit shingles.com to learn more. bacteria living in your home right now. >> thanks a lot, al.
furniture and alliances? elizabeth is here to help us out. good morning. >> good morning. >> i got it from the buzzers and the podiums, we're playing a game. >> i always wanted to be on a game show. i know you didn't win powerball, so maybe you can win this. >> okay. >> i have a prize. >> okay. >> first up, which appliance should you clean the inside of four times a year? >> al? >> dishwasher. >> no. >> washing machine. >> no. >> refrigerator. >> yes. >> natalie, yes. four times a year. seasonally. when new food comes in, you don't want the bacteria. >> only four times? >> this is a deep clean. taking everything out, getting rid of everything that's expired, taking baking soda and water and cleaning the inside. >> you weren't clear about that. >> one for natalie. moving on. number two, what should you use
deodorize your dishwasher? >> vinegar. >> baking soda. >> wrong. >> a and b. >> correct. >> willie is right. >> elizabeth, at some point when we get to the third answer, it doesn't count as a point. it's like picking c on your sat. >> just wait. >> willie got it. the way to do this is take a cup of vinegar, put it in a dishwasher-proof cup in the top tray. run it on the hottest water. open it, sprinkle a little baking soda and run it on a half cycle, then leave the door open. >> okay. very good. >> just did that last night. >> how often should you clean your towels? >> once a week. >> no. >> every day? >> no. >> really? >> b. >> b is correct. >> i got that. towels?
>> washing machine and dry. towels, very important, washing, of course, is important, but drying them out is equally important. >> don't you use a fresh towel every time you use a towel? >> people don't use a fresh towel, unless you're in a hotel. >> i do. >> your valet brings one every day? >> i don't use a towel twice. for women, our skin and -- >> men don't have skin. >> no, no, are you talking about makeup showered this morning and put the towel in the laundry. >> really, importantly, let it dry in between. do not hang multiple towels on a hook. >> let's do a bacteria inspection. >> how often should you wash your pillows and comforters? >> once a week. >> pillows and comforters? >> no. >> pillow cases?
b, every three months. >> correct. >> i hit the thing. >> you need to wash your pillows. the way to do that, wash feather pillows and poly pillows. you can't wash the foam. you vacuum those. put them in the washing machine and the dryer. the trick to keeping the feathers and everything fluffy, put two tennis balls in there. make sure you really dry it. you don't want the moisture to stay in the feathers or in the pillow. it creates mildew and it's bad. next one, how often should you rotate or flip your mattress? >> once a year. >> mine isn't buzzing. >> once a year. >> somebody else? >> twice a year. >> no. >> a, four times? >>. >> four times a year. >> willie wins. >> four times a year is how often you're supposed to flip it. >> feather duster. >> great.
>> we know what's happening saturday at willie's house. >> stay away from willie. >> he's the big winner. >> i knew it was a duster. sorry. i just made the connection. >> well, well, what did we learn in this segment? >> stay far away from willie. >> christine, guess what willie is bringing home? >> you can get tips on today home on facebook. this is "today." back in a moment.
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