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this morning on today's take, oscar winner kate winslet opens up with being bullied and how she got her sweet revenge. and nick jonas on the big screen like you've never seen him before. all that and more coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "tay's take" with al roker, tamron hall, and billy bush. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" on this thursday morning, september 22nd, first day of fall. billy bush with al and tamron. 10:21 a.m. >> 10:21 a.m.?
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>> "watch what happens live" last night. >> andy cohen. >> watch what happens live now when a viewer asks a hard-hitting question. >> last night. >> my question for you is, who do you marry, marry one, shag >> ooh. marry al. >> okay. >> you going to shag billy or matt? >> shag billy. >> and kill matt. okay. >> there's no win here! >> i know. i know. i can't go to work tomorrow!
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not going to be with us. >> here's the deal. that's what i was thinking. i'm like, these are my co-hosts technically. yes, i'm still in on the -- he's my guy, but y'all are my guys. >> you know what? that's a terrible position. in your defense, you never really answered. you were repeating him and he just -- >> i answered -- thank you, honey. see? my heart started pounding. i was like there's no win. my co-hosts. >> it is a terrible thing. >> it is a horrible thing! >> it should be maim. not kill. >> we had this thing, would you want to be with someone one week, one year, or forever. i think that's much more positive. >> but not as much fun. >> so thank you to that amazing viewer who put me on the spot. i didn't leave there until midnight. i actually -- they had me drink a shot of vodka. because it is a party. it is a lounge. it is a club. >> that's how he got that from you. >> he did. that andy cohen, he's got something going on there.
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>> on your way there, maybe you were walking down the street and you were wearing a fabulous outfit yesterday. but you were not the only one wearing it. al, who wore it better? tamron hall or amal clooney? >> my gosh! wow. look at that. shag, marry or kill. >> which one would you marry based on the photo? >> if amal c think she'd pick you? >> i'd pick george over me. >> go ahead, billy. who wore it better? >> i'm going to say tamron hall wore that better every day of the week. >> oh, come on. whatev. i was walking down the street going to change to get on my bike. i ride my bike home. i was getting ready to change into bike clothes.
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my assistant, kate, and chris hayes from msnbc. chris hayes said, is that what it is like to be on the "today" show? and then i change into my bike clothes, which was like my silver helmet, some sneakers, whatever. the paparazzi guy chased me down snapping pictures all the way through times square. >> on the other hand, the guy's in good shape. >> by the way, so is this one today. >> thank you. >> we've been together now five weeks -- >> here's the deal. they tell you that it takes three times for people to remember what you wore. unless it is a really dynamic print. so what i do is i'll add a belt. next time i wear this i'll do something different to it and science says that it makes your mind think differently. but that's it. al and yoko ono. i saw this picture. jealous!
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bus, the lennon bus. so many arts programs, music and arts are being cut in schools. so they are going all around the country bringing music and just wonderful -- a wonderful effort. yoko ono, we did an interview with her yesterday. 83 years old. so vibrant. >> look at her! jamming with kids. >> these kids loved her. and it's just -- there are there and think, i'm sitting across from yoko ono. >> when does this air? >> next week. >> i like the little schoolboy cap. >> that's part of her look. >> i rate yoko ono top ten bosses. like she is a legendary woman on her own. >> in command. >> just in command. i rate her in my top ten boss. she's awesome. congratulations on that. we have day two of brad and
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unconfirmed brad pitt now under investigation for alleged child abuse by the los angeles police department and l.a. child and family services after an incident on a plane last wednesday. they separated last thursday, filed for divorce on monday. went really quickly. a source close to pitt tells "people" magazine he takes the matter very seriously. did not commit any abuse to the kids. nbc news has reached out to both angelina and pitt's representatives this morning, as well as l.a. police and county officials. have not heard back yet. "p that, according to people in the couple's circle, pitt himself was caught off-guard by the timing, that he begged her to press pause before doing anything so they could not reconcile but they could prepare the kids for what's going to be a massive upheaval to come. then there is the reports of the infidelity. the french actress has been the one who's pointed here. but it is -- they are in a film called "allies" together. she issued a firm denial. i think this is really smart for
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in these types of situations. come right out. see says, to all the media and haters who are quick to pass judgment, i sincerely wish you a swift recovery. finally, i do very much wish that angelina and brad, both whom i deeply respect, will find peace in this tumultuous moment. she also mentions she's pregnant with her second child, with her long-time love. but a phone call was made on that -- according to "people" magazine to child protective services on brad. >> you've ben leak out? >> people start to scramble. all of a sudden you've only got the health of the children. all concern for the health of the children first. but these are careers and people whose lives depend on those wanting to view them in films and like them. >> once you ring that bell, no matter what happens, you can't unring it. she doesn't have a publicist which is interesting.
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she spoke to a colleague of both of theirs. no plans on hiring. brad has hired a new publicist. if i'm him, he needs to say something today. we need to hear from him. >> didn't he say something in a statement? >> well, "i'm saddened." but he needs to talk about the alleged incident. >> we don't know that there was one. >> no. "people" magazine is reporting there was. if there was, and if people will assume. if there wasn't, he should say something. absolutely false, or this happened, this is misunderstanding, people took it out of context. whatever it is, yea or nay, speak up. on a positive note, new music from the weekend. the man himself. >> the new song is the weekend with daf punk. love this. take a listen.
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>> crank it up. >> he has a new haircut. he has a famous kind of rooster dreads. iconic. that's before. that's after. >> i like it. >> who wore it best? >> looks like he's doing a little blue. >> i like the new do. >> first of all -- >> looks like grace jones. >> he performed on the "today" show just -- thee beautiful face. perfect face. i think he can do anything. >> with a face that beautiful -- >> marry, shag or kill? >> i actually like the rooster because it is him. >> it's original. >> it's gone. up next, what was the greatest tv show of all time? "rolling stone" has a list of the top 100.
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wire." i could watch it every day, all day. it is phenomenal. >> number one, you agree with that? >> the "sopranos." >> you're going to the ending. >> in the beginning, genius. >> i don't know that it is the greatest of all time but it is one of the. >> what's your favorite of all-time? >> i got to go -- because you got comedy, and then one -- it is a little controversial but still, ""the cosby show"" was to >> absolutely. great show. >> then "the a-team." >> yeah! >> oh, my gosh. this is from the pilot episode. >> i love that! >> boom. mr. t's entrance. >> what's your favorite? >> this is hard because your mind goes to recent shows you love. >> olds shunned be discounted. >> "game of thrones" i am
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of dragons. but i have to say in that top five list that stood out to me, all of those were very much like guy shows. "laverne & shirley" changed my life. i wanted to be laverne. i thought she was top ten bosses. the character laverne. >> "love boat." boy, could i have a think for julie mc >> lost on the love boat? >> remember, not great that hillary clinton's pneumonia got diagnosed two fridays ago. on that very day she also taped an episode of "between two ferns." >> i'd love to meet the person who makes your pants suits. >> oh, really. >> yeah. because for halloween i wanted
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space. >> did michelle obama write melania's speech? >> i really couldn't hear or see very well. i'm sure what his vows were but i'm sure they were great and huge and wonderful. >> this has been a lot of touch. we should stay in touch 37 what's the best way to reach you? e-mail? >> you've got mail. >> you could see that one you could see she wasn't feeling well. >> i want that to on now the political standard. just "between two ferns." even though i'm on msnbc, just do that all day. what's next? >> we'll show you what's happening. we've got some serious weather.
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we got flash flood watches around warnings for at least 4 million people right now on flood threat. eight inches of rain to up to 13 inches of rain in parts of minnesota. it is just going to continue again today as this low -- slow moving low pressure system brings tons of rain, gusty winds. we are looking at anywhere from another three to six inches of rain on top of what's fallen. so that could be a real mess. that's what's >> good thursday morning, everyone. after a coolta a warm after, low to mid 80s at the coastline, 70s at the coast. we track this cold front late tomorrow and tomorrow night, scattered showers, still warm and the cold air filters in over the weekend. a much different feel to the air as it will feel like fall tomorrow. fall arriving here at 10:21 this morning. 82-86?. how about the pat's game.
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white after labor day? don't believe them. >> i don't either. >> say you started with a tank. we put in a fabulous chunky red sweater, bright pop of color. then we added one of the biggest trends of the season, a little cropped military jacket. love the buttons. people wonder about bulkiness of sweaters with a blazer. you just drape it over you. it also gives you a nice klein and you just look cool. >> this is over $100. add a little scarf. i should have done the hair a little bit better. but you get the idea. instead of a turtleneck. she looks smokin' hot. >> i love this bag. love the love bag. >> we can't forget spencer. he is a fabulous super model. with the guys we're going to hack the favorite summer polo. started with the white shirt.
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he has the summer white shirt underneath the new fall classic. that is the long sleeved polo from cricket shirts.com. they make the longer style which is great when you're layering. the cool thing is if you use the layers, you can always take them off. we have two more layers. next we have -- >> you're going to be peeling off like magic mike. >> the denim jacket. we've got that we use as a mid layer. >> this is how guys should dress at football games. we were having this conversation, about what a guy should wear to a football game. i like this. this is hot. >> so this is great. but then you can add one more. this is the army jacket. this is the workhorse of every man's wardrobe. >> are you hot yet? you're going to be hot in this, aren't you? guys aren't going to wear this many layers.
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cooler they can. then we throw on the man scarf, tamron. we women love this scarf. men can wear them, too. >> let me help you out here. unless your name is mark anthony, you cannot wear this scarf. >> you can peel this off. >> instead of a vest. >> unless your name is marc anthony. do not walk around with this scarf on. >> last, but not least, one of the biggest trends, wearing the don't you love this. >> yes! >> the key is you go for a very thin ribbed sweater. perfect for layering. >> you can layer some faux fur. >> yes. next level. it is so good. you can also use this as a collar for your jacket. >> these are great sans the man scarf. thank you! up next, oscar winner kate
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hollywood seen in 1997 in her oscar winning role in "titanic." they she went on to star in more mega hits. "spotl a best actress nomination. in 2009 kate won that oscar for "the reader" playing the role of a guard at a nazi concentration camp. her latest movie is called "the dressmaker" and it hits select theaters this week. i sat down with kate who proved that being true with yourself never goes out of fashion. >> reporter: in kate winslet's
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she plays a designer named tilly who returns to her small hometown. she plays opposite of liam hemsworth. >> what do you make of the fact that he's 15 years younger? >> i didn't think of it. because i'm not a google person, i don't actually know how old liam is. i know that he's not 30, which probably explains why my teenage daughter was so envious. >> how old is she? >> she's about to >> it is great film of exacting revenge. >> yeah. >> have you ever found yourself in that type of situation, where you exacted sweet revenge on someone? or piercing vengeful nasty -- >> you know, i was -- i was kind of bullied when i was younger actually at school. >> for? >> for being chubby. i had girls who were envious of me because i was acting a little bit as a teenager. so this is my revenge. >> right here. >> this right here.
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been blessed with. i have healthy children. i have a really happy life. and to me it is like, well, look at me now, girls. >> was the laushnch of the revenge, "titanic"? >> that was the beginning. >> you turned 40. >> actually, i'm about to turn 41. october 5th. >> this will be different roles? have loved turning 40. you know, it's been really exciting year so far. i physically feel very strong. actually stronger than ever. i feel just really happy and lots of good, fun things happening with work. >> reporter: lots of good things indeed. kate has garnered seven oscar nominations and one big win for "the reader" and has no plans to start slowing down.
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woody allen and justin timberlake. a fun little moment -- i hum a lot on set and i do absent mindedly sing between takes. he was doing the same thing. i turned around to him and said, that will be a thing like -- so do you sing? i was like -- he sings, kate. of course he sings. did you just say that. can you imagine? >> are you trying to torture your oldest daughter here, you justin timberlake? >> it does seem a little mean, doesn't it. >> yes, it does. >> it's okay. she loves me. she forgives me. she has said mommy, if you don't let me come on to that set, i'm never going to speak to you again. >> you have the power i think a lot of women wish they had in this business. do you think? you've earned it, for sure. >> i do feel like it is a time more than ever, the experiences i've had have been wonderful and
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on a belate. to be that person emma thompson was for me when i did "sense and sensibility." she was 36, i was only 19. i was young and terrified. she scooped me up and went, listen, i'll look after you. it is really nice for me now to be in a position where i can do that for some other people. >> you mentioned emma. i remember her saying dancing with prince charles is better than sex. >> she did say that. >> have you ever danced with prince charles? >> >> well, get out there as fast as you can. apparently it is quite the experience. >> i know. >> haven't lived until you've been face to face with the kate winslet big laugh. like julia roberts. "the dressmaker" is out in select cities tomorrow. up next, the linguisticalal dextrous james spader from "the dextrous james spader from "the you both have a perfect driving record.
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for the past three seasons, emmy winner james spader has played our favorite criminal mastermind-turned fbi informant on "the blacklist." >> the new season kicks off tonight with plot twists and all the things we love. >> gentlemen, mind if i join you? >> yeah, >> raymond reddington. >> the raymond reddington? concierge of crime? >> haven't heard that last one. we should see if we can get the audio book on cassette for the car. now, about that sample. >> that was classic. >> what happens next is a little too violent for morning television. james spader --
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brand-new s-class mercedes but still doesn't have a clue that they've moved on from cassettes. >> you are involved in all the writing of the show. >> there are quite a few executive producers on the show. >> you are intense and obsessive with the material. all story lines go through you, don't they? >> they do. listen, this show is enormously right from the very beginning. to conceive of the story lines, to write them, to then produce them and cut them together and to sort of stay on top of every aspect of it is really -- very often more than we are all -- as a collective more than we are up to. i mean we discover things -- last night we were shooting a scene and discovered a possible
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unchecked that we solved on the set. >> might be a problem later. >> yes. just because the stories are very -- all of our stories paint us into a corner. you have to find a way to climb up the wall and across the ceiling and out the door. >> i noticed in that scene, red had his hat on table. you're sitting here with us -- has he like invaded james? >> no. we have the same hairdo. >> y collection, don't you? >> i'm have enough. just enough. you understand that, al. >> i do. i love my hats. the thing i love about the program -- >> well, we share something in common. >> you're twins, separated at birth. red and little red. >> that's right. we won't go there. but in any event, the thing is you're never -- the stories aren't bound by what we normally think of in episodic television.
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directions. >> i think the show would be much easier to make if it were. but we have never found and equation for the show. there's never been a formula for it. which is -- listen, it's one of the reasons why it's compelling to make, it is one of the reasons why i think it is compelling to watch. and when i first read the pilot, it's the thing that attracted me to it. i saw that show that really the possibilities were limitless and the landscape and we're trying to take advantage of that as we best can. >> i know that lizzy, going into season four, we can say that lizzy is alive and she is allegedly with her biological father. but then again, we don't know exactly the fit, if he is the biological father. but is it one of those things that you can never really answer to keep "the blacklist" "the blacklist"? >> i think for "the blacklist" to continue, every answer that
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and also certain characters on the show. every answer has to pose two more questions. >> wow. >> otherwise, the sort of paradigm for the show sort of fractures. i mean it really -- that's what the show is. the show, in its very premise, the show -- the engine of the show is the sort of enigmatic character. as you sort of chip away at the enigma, if you chip away too because that's the foundation that the show is built on. >> i see you as like the master class of life. congratulations on four seasons. >> you did go to school with jfk jr. >> we did. >> when the secret service was there looking after him. true or false, you would love to run up behind him, heckle him, so they would freak out. >> we did. we of course -- now looking back on that story, we may project a little bit more of that freaking
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they were probably used to that sort of thing by that point. i think he was more like -- >> get out of here. >> well, congratulations again, james. >> season premier of "the blacklist" tonight, 10:00, 9:00 >> good thursday morning, everyone. after a cool start. a warm afternoon, low to mid 80s at the coastline, 70s at the coast. we track this cold front late tomorrow and tomorrow night, scattered showers, still warm and the cold air filters in over a much more different feel to the air as it will feel like fall tomorrow. fall arriving here at 10:21 this morning. 82-86?. how about the pat's game. tailgating into the 80s, 60s
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look at the life behind the scenes. morning, bros. watching the scenes from this movie, there is hazing that is just like -- it's medieval. goes back "game of thrones" kind of stuff. does this exist today? >> the great thing about making this film is it really does kind of pull the curtain away and show some of the real stories. we have a lot of the brothers that were in the movie with us were telling through exactly the same experiences. the hazing culture is kind of very private and protected by members of a fraternity. it is not always something that we are aware of, that they are even being hazed or this is part of the process. this film, with the hazing, it is also about brotherhood on many levels and kuind of the growth of two young men.
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but was there ever a point you were uncomfortable being in part of this? >> it was real wild. but we had a real sense of trust between the cast. when you have that confidence in each other, you can really let each other off the leash and go for it and trust that you're not going to get hurt by your fellow actors. but i think at times it was tougher for the guys doing the hazing than it was for us getting hazed. ev okay? andrew was trying to keep us separated. he kept telling us not to talk to each other. >> growing up in the '80s, the guy who played johnny in "karate kid." he must get heat when he just walks down the street. these guys, they're going medieval. like i said. is there a message? social media have all kinds of comments. you aren't giving a referendum or fraternity life here. >> the film is not an indictment of fraternities, by any means.
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wasn't on the agenda when we set out to make it. it is dramatization of one man's story, a memoir. was it a great experience for him? no. but it is just one person's experience. >> you guys are both younger brothers. as well as an older brother. what's the worst you've experienced at the hands of joe? >> you know, we never did anything physically. although now joe is really getting into mma training and while. >> you're solid. >> thank you. we might get in the cage and give it a go now. but when we were younger, more psychological warfare with the brothers which was good training for doing this film. >> what did you do to frankie? >> he had it easy. we were all out of the house. he was about 10. but now he is in college. when he first started, i said you have to watch this movie.
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i said i don't want you to join a frat until you see the movie. >> thank you, very much. nis "goat" will be in select theaters on friday.
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