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while you're mastering life. from chase. so you can. good morning, america. breaking right now, president trump has arrived in paris. a high-stakes meeting with the fresh president in the middle of that firestorm over his son's e-mails about that meeting with a russian lawyer. the president is now coming to donald trump jr.'s defense. breaking news, a major break in the case of those four missing young men. what police discovered overnight on that pennsylvania property and what we're now learning about the person of interest back behind bars. abc news exclusive. the mother who feared for her child's life when they were stuck on a plane during a heat wave is now speaking out. >> i thought i was going to lose my son. >> she's now asking for changes in her first television interview only on "gma." ♪ 24 karat magic in the air
and america's top athletes taking center stage at the espys overnight. michelle obama glowing. the chicago cubs getting a champagne celebration with bill murray and the words jarrius robertson says he lives by inspiring so many. >> good morning, america. i just won an espy. >> good morning, america. i just won an espy. >> good morning, america. and good morning to our buddy, jarrius. good morning, america, as we come on the air right now we are getting the first images of president trump in paris. there he is coming off air force one with the first lady. >> yeah, melania visiting a children's hospital just a few hours ago and the president set to meet with french president emmanuel macron on his third international trip. >> yeah, this is going to be a tricky one. the president is not popular in france and remember that first handshake he had with the french president. there you see it right there. >> who could forget it. >> they held on. in fact, the french president
said it was a moment of truth and wanted to show he couldn't be bullied but he did invite him to paris and trying to escape the controversy at home but will take questions at a press conference right around 12:25 today. back at home, senate republicans preparing to unveil their new draft of the health care bill this morning. we'll have much more on that in just a moment, but first let's go to our senior white house correspondent cecilia vega who's on the ground there in paris. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: hey, amy, good morning to you. the president expected to face very tough questions about russia in that press conference that as you said happens in just a few hours. he is already speaking out on that topic overnight in an interview calling the story about russia the greatest con job in history. the president and first lady in paris this morning, receiving a ceremonial welcome. but those questions about russia still linger. president trump coming to his son's defense in an interview with reuters saying he only learned of that trump tower meeting between don junior and a russian lawyer with ties to the kremlin a couple of days ago. the president saying, most of
the phony politicians who are democrats who i watched over the last couple of days, most of those phonies that act holier than thou, if the same thing happened to them, they would have taken that meeting in a heartbeat. and on those questions of his campaign's ties to russia, the president said, there was zero coordination. it's the dumbest thing i've ever heard. there's no coordination. this was a hoax. this was made up by the democrats, calling it the greatest con job in history. >> in retrospect, i probably would have done things a little differently. >> reporter: e-mails about that meeting show don junior was told he would receive information that would incriminate hillary clinton. that material described as part of russia's attempt to help the president. in those e-mails, don junior's response, if that's what you say, i love it. the white house defense -- >> the bottom line is what came out of this 20-minute brief meeting, nothing helpful, nothing meaningful, nothing consequential. >> reporter: on the christian broadcasting network, the president also talking about his own russian meeting, that face-to-face with vladimir putin.
>> well, he wants what's good for russia. >> yeah. >> and i want what's good for the united states. i think we got along very well and i think that's a good thing. >> reporter: the question this morning, how well will he get along with emmanuel macron? after their white-knuckle first handshake. and the follow-up just last week in germany, the new french president inviting president trump to celebrate bastille day on the world stage. short trip for president trump. he's on the ground for just 28 hours. as for that press conference, both presidents getting two questions each from both the french press corps and the white house press corps. >> speaking of the french visit, cecilia, we've been showing everyone. there's a bit of an uncomfortable relationship between the french president and president trump and they'll be spending a lot of time together. >> reporter: a lot of time, a little bit of business and pleasure mixed together. of course, that bastille day parade tomorrow. they are scheduled to have talks about syria and counterterrorism and tonight, both the presidents and their wives having dinner
right here at the eiffel tower, amy. >> we know you'll be there covering it. thanks so much. >> they also have big policy differences over climate change. let's talk more with jonathan karl and, jon, we saw those first interviews from president trump yesterday. he's not only doubling down but tripling down on this meeting his son don junior has had even though it is rocking the white house. >> reporter: it absolutely is, george, but the president -- it took him a while to get here. he was out of the public eye for days as the story broke but he is fully defending his son and when i asked about jared kushner who, of course, was also on that e-mail chain, also in that meeting, and the only official who is in the white house who was on that, when i asked the spokesperson here sarah huckabee sanders yesterday she was emphatic that he did nothing wrong. those were her words. >> one thing we do know is that jared kushner had to change his disclosure forms to say -- to put those meetings in even though they had been left out of his initial disclosure forms and that's leading to a lot of criticism from democrats and others, some saying jared kushner should lose his security clearance.
some saying he should resign and jared kushner does have enemies inside the white house. >> reporter: yeah, the focus initially, of course, has been on don junior, those were his e-mails. he was the one that set up that meeting. but, again, that meeting was don junior, not in the white house, paul manafort, long since gone, fired as campaign manager last summer, jared kushner is the one who is here. he was the one who was legally required to disclose meetings like that, including his other meetings with russian officials like the russian ambassador, so there is a sense in the white house that jared kushner is the one that faces the most legal jeopardy if there is any here, and there is a reluctance, i have heard from many in the president's circle, a reluctance to fully defend kushner but, again, as i said you heard from the president's spokesperson, an emphatic full-throated he did nothing wrong. >> meanwhile, the president's nominee for the fbi director christopher wray was asked what
someone should do if they were approached in a meeting by a russian official, here's what he had to say. >> to the members of this committee, any threat or effort to interfere with our elections from any nation state or any nonstate actor is the kind of thing the fbi would want to know. >> all right, so, i'll take it we should call you and that's a great answer. >> not a lot of defense of that meeting on capitol hill but wray did do well. it looks like he's going to glide to confirmation. >> reporter: democrats were very happy with him and also, by the way, contradicted the president on the subject of james comey. made it clear that he fully -- he respects james comey. >> jon karl, i know you'll join me for our live coverage of the president's press conference around 12:25 eastern on abc. george, and now to the battle over health care. senate republicans are preparing to reveal a new version of their bill to repeal and replace obamacare, trying to rally support after so many false starts. our congressional correspondent mary bruce is on capitol hill with what we can expect. good morning, mary. >> reporter: good morning, amy.
well, senate republicans are stuck and it's unclear if this latest version of the health care bill is going to change that. the new version will be revealed later today and is expected to include an extra $45 billion to fight the opioid epidemic, keep an obamacare tax on the wealthy and could include an amendment to allow insurance companies to offer cheaper pared down plans and some of the most controversial aspects, including deep cuts in medicaid spending, amy, already some hold-outs said these tweaks aren't going to cut it and republicans that i talked to said they would be surprised if it passed. but the pressure is mounting. take a listen to what the president said happens if they can't get it done. >> i think it would be very bad and i would be very angry about it and a lot of people will be very upset but i'm sitting waiting for that bill to come to my desk. i hope they do it. they've been promising it for years, they've been promising it ever since obamacare which has failed.
>> all right, mary, we know the republicans are up against the clock, they're trying to get this done before their august break. >> reporter: amy, republicans are up against their own ticking time line. they've already delayed their august recess, buying two more weeks to deal with this legislative pileup. republican leaders say they're hoping to move to a vote on health care next week, but right now it's hard to see if that vote could succeed. amy. >> all right, we'll have to wait and see. thanks so much, mary. george. we're going to move on now to the severe thunderstorms across the midwest and northeast. they're bringing dangerous winds, hail, flooding and rob marciano tracking it all. good morning, rob. >> we expect another active day today. last 36 hours have been active across this frontal boundary from new england across new york, ohio, back through the midwest including chicago where they're dealing with record flooding and the rivers are still rising this morning. basement stairwells turned into raging rivers in wisconsin. picnic tables floating away in chicago. this town in indiana underwater. from iowa to wisconsin as much as a foot of rain falling. triggering flash floods, making for dangerous driving conditions
across the midwest. in illinois, water rescues required. in lake forest, this hospital forced to move 70 patients after they lost power. >> what the heck is that? >> reporter: in north chicago, eight inches to ten inches of water pouring into homes. a state of emergency declared in burlington, wisconsin. residents there forced to evacuate. thousands without electricity this morning. severe rain pounding the east. boston receiving record rainfall. and in just two hours, parts of eastern new england got four inches of rain. and overnight last night, albany, new york, seeing rising rivers, 13 people rescued and it will trigger some severe storms from indianapolis to cleveland, to columbus. heavy rain with these and saturated ground and tomorrow getting into the areas of philadelphia back through d.c., and behind this and underneath this certainly some heat and humidity. talk more about that in a few
minutes. amy. >> okay, rob, thanks so much. >> now, to those new developments in that tragic death of an american tourist in greece. new surveillance video showing the recent college graduate attacked by a group of men after a dispute at a bar. abc's gio benitez is here with more on this story. good morning, gio. >> reporter: amy, good morning. some reports in greece say a dispute over a table started the fight. others say it was over a waitress but no matter what, a young man is dead this morning and now we have the key evidence, a video, we should warn you it is difficult to watch. overnight, new surveillance video released showing the dramatic and disturbing fight that led to the death of american tourist bakari henderson. you see him right there running from a group of men outside a bar in greece on friday. henderson being thrown onto a car then falling to the ground. taking a beating by the group. kicking and punching him in the face, his friends say he was pummeled with brass knuckles. it all happened in less than 15 seconds. you can see a man and woman trying to stop the attack and moments later, someone performing cpr. another angle showing the moment that fight broke out inside the bar.
henderson later died from severe head injuries. the 22-year-old and recent university of arizona grad from austin, texas, was on the island of zakynthos visiting a friend and conducting a photo shoot for the clothing business he was about to launch. this morning, nine have been charged with intentional homicide including the bouncer, an employee of the bar and seven serbian tourists, five of the suspects appearing in court wednesday. >> he was a big thinker. he loved big ideas and he was going to do a lot of great things. >> reporter: family and friends devastated, preparing to lay henderson to rest this weekend telling abc news in a statement, bakari was an inspiration to all he met. he loved life and lived it to the fullest. >> remember the positive memories we have had with him. obviously, everyone wants answers and wants people to pay for what they did. >> and this morning we know all of the suspects have pleaded not guilty.
a lawyer for one of them saying their client never intended to kill anyone. the u.s. state department tells us it is communicating with greek authorities and, of course, offering condolences to the family. >> so incredibly sad. >> unbelievable. >> all right, gio, thank you. a happier story, what could be a major breakthrough in the fight against cancer. a new technique was endorsed to use a patient's own genes to battle the disease and jen ashton is here. there is a lot of hope here. >> this is personalized targeted therapy that basically genetically engineers part of a patient's blood cells, then re-administers them to that patient so they can target and destroy the malignant cells in kind of a trojan horse type of method without hurting the healthy cells. it's generating a lot of excitement. >> where it's been tried it's shown real positive effects. >> it's studied in all types of cancer but shows most promise in liquid cancers like leukemia. we don't know exactly how much treatment this would cost but the estimates are very expensive. could be $300,000 a year and we have to look at short term and long-term side effects. >> there are pretty severe side effects.
>> there can be and the take-home message for this or any innovative cell therapy, you should ask about select cancer centers. because they're usually the few centers in the country giving it and people can go to clinicaltrials.gov. every single clinical trial in the united states has to be listed on that site. so you can learn more there. >> almost certain the fda will approve it. >> it looks that way. we'll see. >> dr. ashton, thanks very much. overseas now, venus williams is back on the court at wimbledon and could make history at 37, she is the oldest woman to reach the semifinals since martina navratilova in 1994. she is taking on british star joanna konta with home field advantage. so far she has vanquished opponents 18 years her junior all while overcoming the emotions from her involvement in that deadly car crash last month. she was cleared of any wrongdoing.
a major upset in the men's competition. sam querrey ranked 24th beat top ranked andy murray to become the first american to reach the men's semifinals since 2009. querrey admits he was even in shock after the match. but a good shock. >> maybe should stay in shock. >> exactly. last night's espys there, the oscars of the sports world. honoring talented and inspiring athletes making a difference. michelle obama last night's special guest. t.j. holmes on hand for all of it. hey, t.j. >> reporter: good morning, george. from michael phelps, to the chicago cubs of course, it was quite a year in sports, but some of the biggest applause last night was actually reserved for people who are not professional athletes and then there's the moment that everybody is talking about when host peyton manning told a joke that one nba superstar did not seem to appreciate. the former first lady, award-winning actors, tiny heroes, even snoop dogg. >> this is going to be a breeze. >> reporter: all there to help make the 25th annual espy awards one of the biggest ever. the show's big winners, simone biles, nba mvp russell westbrook, the golden state
warriors, and a baseball team whose award was over a century in the making. >> 108 years of waiting is hardly a moment. >> reporter: bill murray was on hand to present the cubs with their trophy and enjoy one last champagne celebration. a standing ovation greeted the jimmy v award for perseverance winner. jarrius "jj" robertson. >> don't give up. >> don't ever give up. >> these words by jimmy v i have been living by my entire life. >> reporter: now, you said this guy is an inspiration to you here. >> he is the first to put other people before himself and everything that he does with a smile on his face even when he's going through some tough times. >> reporter: former first lady michelle obama presented eunice kennedy shriver posthumously with the arthur ashe award for courage. >> i'm proud to be joined by these special olympians who represent millions around the world. >> reporter: freshly retired nfl
legend peyton manning handled hosting duties although his joke about kevin durant's move seemed to fall flat, at least with kevin durant. >> our gymnastics team was so dominant that kevin durant told me he wants to play for them next year. >> reporter: manning told me backstage k.d.'s reaction was not part of the script. >> he knows what a big fan i am of him. >> reporter: but that wasn't staged. you didn't discuss that beforehand? >> a good zinger is probably good for him. keeps you on your toes. >> reporter: kevin durant had some fun with it. on twitter. he wasn't upset playing it up and something you did not see in that celebration on stage with bill murray, he came backstage to talk to me and he had blood running down his hand. he had cut himself during that celebration. he didn't need to go to a hospital but still he said this was a cause we've been waiting a long time for. >> from opening the champagne bottle. >> reporter: yes, he was out there throwing that knife around and absolutely slashed his hand and he was bleeding pretty good backstage.
>> oh, okay. hope he's all right. >> yeah. >> worth it, though, the celebration. thanks, t.j. we'll check back with you later but let's check in with rob with more on the dangerous heat in the northeast. hot outside this morning. >> hot again today heat advisories across the heartland and east with temperatures that will feel, well, up and over 100 degrees in some spots. even a heat warning for philadelphia. couple the heat with the humidity and what it feels like outside is 107 today in richmond, 101 in philly and 102 in washington. your heat index right now is brought to you by sprint. good morning! i'm meteorologist mike nicco
from "abc7 mornings." more morning clouds but still a lot of sunshine, just barely some changes this afternoon. heat only for the weekend. we'll be back to average beginning monday. one of the bigger changes today will be the breezes. they'll be back once again north of the bay bridge. that's going to keep you 71 at richmond, 66 in san francisco, 80s in the south bay and north bay, even some 90 in our east bay valleys. my accuweather seven-day forecast. >> in this heat if i could be your mother drink lots of water and grab lots of shade and give those folks working on the roads a bit of a break today. >> thank you, rob. >> all good advice x rob. coming up, a major break in the case of those four missing men in pennsylvania. we'll tell you what authorities discovered and the person of interest arrested again. then why there is a heated court battle over these wild selfies. that's cool. feeling good in slim fit? that's cool. looking fabulous in my little black dress? that's cool.
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we'll start with the 60s this morning in brentwood, livermore and los gatos, 60 to 64 there. rest of us in the mid-to-upper 50s until you get to novato and santa rosa at 52. we have more cloud cover this morning, a little bit of fog out there, so watch out for that during your commute planner. it will be breezy north of the bay bridge again this afternoon. mass transit quite a spread about 30 degrees from san francisco to inland. tomorrow we're going to be about the same as today, and then that big but brief heat wave this weekend. natasha? >> mike, thank you. next on "gma," an infant overheats aboard a delayed flight and the mom is speaking out in an exclusive interview. that's coming up on "gma." we'll have another abc7 news update in about 30 minutes and always on our free abc7 news app. join the whole morning team
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♪ welcome back to "gma" and take a look at the eiffel tower in paris this morning. we're there because president trump and the first lady arrived there hours ago. the president is going to meet with the french president today and take questions at a press conference later this afternoon. of course, this comes in the wake of that explosive news about don junior's e-mail showing he was willing to meet with a russian attorney to get dirt on hillary clinton. we'll have a lot more on that coming up. >> you'll be covering that live this afternoon. also right now, and back here at home senate, republicans are preparing to reveal the new draft of their health care bill today. they hope to vote on it next week and have delayed their august recess two weeks to work on legislation piling up. then, the midwest and northeast are bracing for dangerous flooding. watches have been extended from iowa all the way to new york.
after record rainfall and rescues overnight, the east also facing excessive heat warnings, temperatures could feel up to 105 degrees. >> we'll get it here, as well. we'll begin now with a major break in that case out of bucks county, pennsylvania, where four young men have gone missing and police discovered one of the victim's remains overnight. all eyes on a young man they arrested again. abc's eva pilgrim is on the scene with the latest. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, george. it was cadaver dogs that led investigators to find this body buried deep underground. you can see in these aerials this morning teams are back out on this property this morning. they are searching and they say there are more bodies here, they just don't know how many. overnight, police announcing they have found the remains of one of the four missing men outside philadelphia. >> we have found human remains in an approximately 12 1/2-foot deep common grave that we have painstakingly dug with a lot of care so as not to damage any potential evidence.
>> reporter: authorities identifying the remains as 19-year-old dean finocchiaro saying more remains were found in that grave. investigators have been searching for finocchiaro, 21-year-old thomas meo, 22-year-old mark sturgis and 19-year-old jimi patrick since last week combing through this 90-acre farm looking for clues. the property owner's son named a person of interest, officials arresting cosmo dinardo first for an unrelated gun charge. then again wednesday after he bonded out saying this weekend the 20-year-old allegedly stole and tried to sell a car belonging to one of the missing men for $500. >> this is for receiving stolen property and theft of a 1996 nissan maxima that is owned by thomas meo. >> reporter: authorities now trying to connect the dots to show connections between all the men. sturgis' father telling police
that after 4:00 p.m. friday his son was going to meet his close friend meo. four hours later at about 8:00 p.m. using license plate readers police say they can put dinardo's truck and meo's car within feet of each other. the next day both meo and sturgis fail to show up to work. >> where was this sound of these gunshots coming from? >> reporter: dinardo's neighbor says she heard gunfire on the family's property saturday. >> we heard it. we felt it. it was violent. >> reporter: one day later, detectives say they found meo's car in a garage on that property with meo's life-saving diabetes medication still inside. family and friends now praying for the missing men. at loyola university, where patrick went to school, candles lit for hope. >> you're going to notice he's gone and i don't know if we're ready for that. >> reporter: cosmo dinardo is being held on $5 million all cash bail.
the judge telling me it's the largest one she's ever set. george. >> okay, eva, thanks very much. let's talk to brad garrett. that tells you something there, $5 million all cash bail. >> and the reason, george, obviously is they want to keep him in jail. it buys them some time, they found, and identified one person, so the real key is how do they link dinardo to the one and probably the other three that some believe are buried in the same place? >> and they do say they found important evidence on the property. >> they did. they did and so i think you're going to see in very short order him being charged with murder. >> what is the trip wire on person of interest versus suspect? it's clear he's the guy they're going after. >> evidence. how do you link him to one or all four of them? and that's going to be the real key. >> and the family says right now they're cooperating. what can investigators get from
them? >> a lot of information about perhaps his relationship with these other -- with these four guys. because, george, this is all going to be driven by some sort of anger revenge. i want to get back at these guys. i suspect mental health is a component of this also. >> and i was asking about this before we came on the air. is this the kind of thing, the kind of crime one person could do alone? >> yes, and i think probably he does them individually. either he surprises two of them, for example, disarms them, maybe shoots them but my guess is, you do each one individually. if you look at that hole they're in, that's impressive he was able to dig that. >> the grand jury has convened. pretty clear as you were saying charges could be coming in short order. >> i think -- i'd be surprised if he isn't charged by the end of the week. >> brad garrett, thanks very much. amy. coming up next, that abc news exclusive. the mom trapped on a plane and feared for her baby's life while he grew dangerously hot. well, she is now speaking out in her first tv interview only on "gma." melatonin is made to help s bounty you fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer.
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and we're back with that abc news exclusive with the mother who feared for her baby's life as he grew dangerously hot on a delayed plane stuck on the tarmac, abc's mara schiavocampo sat down with her and joins us from denver's airport where that incident unfolded. good morning, mara, and very scary. >> reporter: very scary story here, amy. good morning. you know, we hear a lot about hot car dangers in the summer, but one new mom says her newborn son was exposed to the same level of danger but on an
airplane, and now she is demanding that the airlines change their policies. >> they looked at me and said we can't get you off the plane and that was the worst moment of my life. >> reporter: this morning, one mother speaking out on what she says is a travel hazard that she believes could have cost her infant son his life. emily france was stuck on a plane last month with her 4-month-old son owen. the flight grounded at denver international airport during a summer heat wave. temperatures inside the cabin rising. >> it was extremely hot and everyone around me was complaining. >> reporter: she says that after a delay, the flight crew allowed her and owen off the plane to cool off. 20 minutes later she re-boarded for takeoff only to have the flight delayed again and that's when she says owen's condition starting quickly deteriorating. >> a mom knows, and he made a cry that i've never heard before and his coloring, i've never seen that color before. he was screaming and then he
just stopped and my son went limp in my arms. and i said call an ambulance and get me off the plane. >> did you fear for his life? >> yes, i did. i thought i was going to lose my son in my arms. >> reporter: while the flight crew called for help -- >> we have an infant with shortness of breath. this is going to be a return to gate. >> reporter: emily says they couldn't figure out how to evacuate her. with no stairs and no jetway. >> it was complete chaos. >> reporter: a fellow passenger capturing those panic-filled minutes. what do you see when you look at that picture? >> i see helplessness. >> reporter: after approximately 15 minutes she was finally able to get off, owen rushed to the emergency room. you feel like that plane, that day was just as dangerous as a child being left in a hot car? >> absolutely. absolutely. >> reporter: united airlines says we are profoundly sorry and apologize to our customer and
her child for the experience they endured. we are continuing to look into what happened to prevent this from occurring again. the faa telling abc news, the agency expects operators to take appropriate action if a cabin temperature condition occurs on the ground that could potentially affect passenger safety. now emily wants change. asking airlines to implement policies about the temperature inside the cabin. do you feel like they were prepared for an emergency like this? >> absolutely not. i want to share it in hopes that another mom or parent never has to go through this ever again. >> reporter: as for owen, he was able to return home from the hospital the same day. now, despite united's apology emily says they have not yet apologized to her directly and still doesn't know whether she will be filing a lawsuit. >> and it's important to note young children are more susceptible to heat than adults
are, correct? >> reporter: that's correct. not only do babies and children heat up nearly five times faster than adults, they also have a much more difficult time regulating their body temperature. >> all right, mara, thank you. we're just glad owen is okay. >> five times faster, that's surprising. coming up on our big board, why a heated court battle is brewing over these selfies. i am totally blind. and i live with non-24, a circadian rhythm disorder that can throw my days and nights out of sync, keeping me from the people, places, and things i love. the people i love have always been there for me. and now, i'm there for them, too. talk to your doctor, and call 844-214-2424 to learn more. ahyou the law? we've had some complaints of... is that a fire? there's your payoff, deputy.
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the photos went viral after he snapped them with a nature photographer's camera. >> and it set off a heated copyright debate, and now the ninth circuit court of appeals is hearing arguments in the case on animal rights. kendis gibson has the story. >> reporter: who really owns these world-famous selfies snapped by an indonesian monkey? >> monkey see, monkey sue will not do in federal court. >> reporter: the wildlife photographer whose camera captured this grin is fighting a lawsuit by animal rights group peta on behalf of naruto, which it claims is the simian shutterbug who picked up david j. slater's camera and snapped the selfies. >> the definition of an authorship turns on he who originates. it doesn't look at the he, she, who or what. >> reporter: the smiling self-portrait was later sold by slater and also used as the cover for his book about wildlife personalities. peta says any proceeds from the book or sales of the image
should be turned over to benefit the monkey. according to slater's lawyers, that's, well, bananas. >> it makes no sense to allow a monkey to enforce a copyright suit, but if you're going to do that, it's equally absurd to deny a monkey written notice. >> naruto wouldn't need written notice. maybe the other macaque monkeys in indonesia would. >> that's precisely right, your honor. >> reporter: the ninth circuit court now considering the appeal of peta's case dismissed about by lower court saying since he's not a human, he is out of luck. for "good morning america," kendis gibson, abc news, new york. >> all right, sunny hostin joins us now. the selfie itself put a smile on my face, but people are chuckling watching what's happening in court. any shot that peta will win and the monkey will have the rights to the photo? >> i don't think so. it sounds a lot like monkey business. did you like that one? you know, the legal question is whether or not a monkey can be given human legal rights and although we share these
behavioral and cognitive and social abilities, i just don't think it will quite get there. it's just not -- >> you don't think it's going to be close. >> i don't think it's going to be close because, take it to its logical conclusion, i mean, is the dog now going to get to choose which human parent he or she lives with during a divorce? you know -- >> you know, so humor us. let's assume for the sake of argument peta wins here, what would that mean? >> i mean it would mean that these animals would now have human legal rights, even though they can't walk into a courtroom and file a lawsuit or talk. >> or read the lawsuit. >> or read the lawsuit, and so i don't think it's going to happen but it's quite the selfie and it's very interesting because we do share these abilities with these monkeys and other animals, but they're not going to be human. >> monkey see, monkey do, that is why i'm sure he took the selfie. i'm sure he saw someone else doing it. peta is arguing people set up
trusts for their pets august the time. so how is this different? >> because the people are setting up the trusts. the people are doing it. i think what's fascinating, though, in november of 2016, there was an argentinean judge that found that a chimpanzee named cecelia was a legal nonperson and so that chimpanzee is now somewhere at a sanctuary as a legal sort of nonhuman person. >> a nonhuman person. >> so, there's a little bit of precedent for it. >> so, who knows. >> we'll see what happens. sunny hostin, thank you very much. >> thank you. >> we appreciate it. coming up next, tv host maria menounos now speaking out about her brain tumor battle and recovery. and we have the details about kate middleton's gown that has so many people talking. we'll be right back. risk of stroke due to afib, a type of irregular heartbeat not caused by a heart valve problem. but no matter what path i take, i go for my best. so if there's something better than warfarin, i'll go for that too. eliquis. eliquis reduced the risk of stroke better than warfarin,
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just a few hours. the white house really hoping to change the narrative from all of these questions lingering out there about russia. now, here in paris, the president and the first lady are here, invited by the french president to celebrate bastille day, but overnight in an interview with reuters he was talking russia coming to his son's defense saying, quote, most of the phony politicians who are democrats who i watched over the last couple of days, most of those phonies that act holier than thou, if the same thing happened to them, they would have taken that meeting in a heartbeat. he also called the russian story the greatest con job in history, a hoax made up by the democrats. now, during his meeting with french president emmanuel macron, the white house says the agenda will be focused on counterterrorism and syria. they will also dine tonight with their wives right here at the eiffel tower. but about that meeting back at trump tower, don junior says that, in retrospect he would have done things differently and the president said he only learned about that a couple of days ago. also, major developments in the fight to save baby charlie
gard, he's the british infant on life support suffering from a rare genetic condition. his parents are fighting for right to seek more treatment options in the united states and james longman joins us with new details from the court this morning. good morning, james. >> reporter: good morning, george. it was a dramatic day in court this morning. charlie's parents storming out after disagreeing with something the judge said. they're meant there to presenting new evidence that supports their quest to get charlie over to the u.s. for that experimental treatment so emotions were running high. and this morning, a statement was read outside court, we are continuing to spend every moment working around the clock to save our dear baby charlie. we love him more than life itself. if he's still fighting, then we're still fighting. doctors here say keeping him alive just extends his pain. the judge has made it clear that isn't an appeal. he'll be looking for fresh evidence that proves that charlie can be significantly helped by this treatment. and we understand that video evidence this afternoon will be presented by a professor in the united states. this has attracted international attention. president trump and the pope both tweeting their support.
and also, a controversial u.s. pastor has flown in, especially pro-life campaigners have been criticized for politicizing this whole issue. ultimately, though, this is a legal issue and will need be to decided in the courts. we don't think a judgment will be made until tomorrow. george. >> it is such a tough case. okay, james, thanks very much. you have today's other top headlines. we begin on capitol hill, where senate republicans are revealing their health care bill that is expected to keep the tax increase on wealthier americans that obamacare imposed and it also reportedly sets aside more funding for the opioid crisis but doubts remain about the bill's future. conservatives say it does not go far enough to repeal obamacare. well, the governor of wisconsin has called up the national guard to respond to extreme flooding after nearly a foot of rain fell in part of the state in just a matter of hours. authorities are urging people along the fox river to evacuate. the northern suburbs of chicago are also coping with major flooding. united airlines has a new
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welcome back to "gma." we got a great thursday morning audience here. sara haines very tatted up. >> i brought you a little boy blue one. you're welcome, george. >> thank you. okay, time now for "pop news." the duchess of cambridge kate middleton stunning at the state banquet held by queen elizabeth honoring the king and queen of spain at buckingham palace stepping out in her most daring look yet. the duchess typically known for
her more conservative style looked pretty in pink in a custom-made marchesa gown with a plunging neckline. topping off the look, she wore one of princess diana's favorite tiaras, designed with both diamonds and pearls which looks almost like mine. >> that necklace, too. >> it looks heavy. she doesn't look super psyched right there. little camera side eye. >> that's daring? that outfit? >> for her, she always has high necklines and that is considered plunging, george. on a conservative person. >> it was beautiful. >> yes, it was. >> she always looks gorgeous. and next up, the clock is ticking toward the premiere of "a wrinkle in time." "entertainment weekly" is giving a first look at it, including oprah winfrey as the wise mrs. witch, reese witherspoon plays mrs. whatsit. around and mindy kaling as mrs. who. the film is out march 9, 2018. i remember reading it. but i don't remember the story. >> you read "a wrinkle in time." >> i think so.
[ laughter ] and finally, we are celebrating with "billie jean" this morning. you're welcome, amy. it's '80s because album containing nine unheard michael jackson songs will be auctioned off. >> unheard? >> unheard. >> really? >> a blank disc with the word bible written in pen obtained by a personal friend and personal assistant to michael, who wishes to remain anonymous, the starting bid is $50,000 but it's expected that it'll go for as much as $1 million. but the bad news is and this is the kicker here, whoever takes home the cd will not own the rights to the music so won't be able to distribute the recording. >> i want to hear it. >> i know, this is like the worst teaser ever. >> wow. >> so that person won't be able to play it. >> no, they won't be able to distribute it at all because they won't have rights. >> wow, well maybe one day we can hear it. we need more michael jackson. >> only are listen to it at home? >> maybe share it with a friend. >> thank you, sara.
we're going to move on now to our "gma" cover story. maria menounos is opening up about her road to recovery after surgery to remove a brain tumor. diane macedo here with that. >> good morning to you. it's hard to believe maria menounos had brain surgery just a month ago, she's already walking around. she's also sharing new details about why she considers her tumor a gift and why her road to recovery is leading her to the mall. this morning, maria menounos is on the mend. >> the doctor has us on walking therapy and the valley is too hot so we've become mall walkers. >> reporter: the tv host is up and about in her latest instagram post, first walking with her fiance kevin underago and then playfully taking a break this a department store bed. it's a welcome sight one month after her 7 1/2-hour surgery to remove a benign golf ball-size brain tumor. even right after the surgery she made clear she's a fighter and a "rocky" fan. >> it ain't how hard you hit. it's how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward.
how much you can take. >> she says that she actually had at one point wished that she herself would get sick rather than her mother. obviously, it's a bizarre and strange coincidence that she, indeed, developed a brain tumor. >> reporter: in an interview with people entertainment weekly network, she opens up about visiting her doctor in february and revealing something was wrong. >> i'm getting dizzy on set. every time i get off the set i'm lightheaded and dizzy. i know you'll think i'm crazy but i feel like i have a brain tumor like my mom. >> reporter: turns out she was right but took it in stride. >> brought our whole family together and there have been a lot of beautiful things that have come even just from my mom's illness. for me i saw it as a huge blessing and a huge gift because i needed to change my life. sorry. >> reporter: she is now on the road to recovery and taking it one step at a time.
>> he said there's a 6% to 7% chance that we'll see it come back so i'll take those odds any day. >> and to see the full video from maria menounos, go to the "people"/"entertainment weekly" app. as for those life changes, maria has left her job at e! news and she says, going forward she wants to find her purpose and help other families going through this. >> when you're facing life and death you make drastic changes to how you live. >> as a caretaker, she was so worried about being perfect for work, home, her family, she kind of put herself on the back burner and realizes there are so many more important things than just working out the time, which is what she is doing. >> we are rooting for her. thank you so much. more now on the espys honoring america's top athletes so let's go back to t.j. holmes backstage and on the red carpet with the biggest stars. hey, t.j. [ applause ] >> reporter: good morning again to you, robach. you heard george say it last
hour, the espys is actually the oscars for athletes. they don't get several award shows a year like the actors and musicians so this is their one opportunity so backstage and red carpet they are really having a good time and you learn a lot when you talk to them including did you know that michael phelps, his biggest espys win was actually ten years ago. when the greatest athletes in the world take on a red carpet, you never know what's going to happen. >> i'm kind of busy tonight but do you need somebody to walk behind you to hold that? >> it might help me out if you're willing to. >> reporter: david ross gave us a taste of his "dancing with the stars'" perfected moves. >> no, don't make me show you my moves yet. >> reporter: before doing a "magic mike" victory dance. accepting the espy for best moment alongside chicago cubs die-hard fans bill murray and nick offerman. >> and it's slamming it. it's slamming it down. not easy. it's slam, pull, pull and then
you smack and give the ladies a little hip thrust. >> reporter: while the espys celebrated its 25th year. michael phelps had his own anniversary to recognize. >> today is my wife's birthday and we meet her ten years ago and it's the most amazing thing in the world. >> reporter: nobody has a story or night like you all. you met here. this is your ten-year anniversary of meeting. >> yeah. >> what were the circumstances? >> i was working. so i was assigned to michael. >> assigned to him. >> and now look. >> she didn't want to deal with me. >> no, i really didn't. >> she wanted a cooler athlete. >> i wanted a better athlete. >> makes me feel great. >> we hit it off, though so ten years up and down and having fun and boomer now and we're here. >> reporter: despite a sea of towering athletes there was no missing this guy. now, did you pick out the getup? that's pretty fly tonight, my man. >> yeah, me and my mom and my dad. >> this young man is what never give up is all about. >> reporter: saints superfan and honor teammate jarrius robertson taking home the jimmy v
perseverance award presented by his friend john cena. what about this guy? what about having him up there. >> he's my muscle. he inspires me. he always loses at the beginning but comes back. >> i heard you make a plea for a new contract. did i hear that right? >> hey, mickey, you got to talk about the contract i need to get again. >> what are you expecting? >> i don't know. >> but what are you expecting to hear? let us know how that goes. >> see you brother. >> all right, and the mickey he's referring to is the general manager of the saints. he's expecting a call from you guys and also, one update on michael phelps and his son. his son is 1 now and in the pool and, of course, swimming at the espys soon i'm sure in a few years but he's floating on his back and he wants you to know that doing that on his own at 1 so we can expect him somewhere down the road possibly on the red carpet.
>> maybe he can be the better athlete than michael phelps that his wife was hoping for. >> 21 gold medals. >> all right, t.j., thanks so much. great job. we'll head over to rob with a check on the weather. hey, rob. >> here's another little guy. want to show you another little guy who probably will want a contract after we show you this. the flooding is not fun by any stretch. but if you're a dog that can deal with water, you're going to play so thought about it for a few seconds about going to fetch. his favorite toy and said, you know what, i'm all in and will do the doggie paddle and bring it back to my master. lilly doing it right there in northern illinois where the water is a little high from all the rain. give it up for lilly. good morning! i'm meteorologist mike nicco from "abc7 mornings." more morning clouds but still a lot of sunshine, just barely some changes this afternoon. heat only for the weekend. we'll be back to average beginning monday. one of the bigger changes today will be the breezes. they'll be back once again north of the bay bridge. that's going to keep you 71 at
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and good morning. it is 8:27 on this thursday. i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." northbound highway 29 in napa county still closed at south kelly road after that mail truck overturned. and as you can see, packages and letters are everywhere. this happened around 4:30 this morning. the chp says the driver suffered minor injuries. postal service workers quickly showed up to pick up all of that mail. what a mess! alexis, hopefully, we're not seeing other messes around the area? >> well, actually, i have an update to that one. the semi is uprighted now, so most of those packages are picked up, but no estimate. we just got the latest from napa county chp, and they're saying they're not sure how long it's going to take to tow that away, so still a four-mile delay northbound on state route 29.
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you can tell where the clouds are, temperatures still in the 50s and low 60s. sunshine inland and mid-60s there. here's a look at your commute planner, on the roads, on the bay and mass transit, we're going to have some breezes that are going to make it a little choppy. all right, my heat wave is still coming, saturday and sunday, reggie. >> get that ac ready.
thank you, mike. another abc7 news update in 30 minutes and always on our news app and abc7news.com. ♪ welcome back to "gma." great to have all of you here this thursday. we have someone else right here in the audience. there he is, nba hall of famer, shaquille o'neal. come on up. [ cheers and applause ] come on. ♪ love shack baby [ cheers and applause ] >> wow! >> that's a huge box. >> good to see you. >> no, come on. come on. hug it out. >> nice to see you guys again. >> wow, that is some box of doughnuts you brought. >> yes, i do. >> is that what happens whenever you walk into a food place. they give you a bigger box. >> a bigger box.
>> do we get one? >> you do get one? >> you got to open up the box. ♪ happy birthday to you >> listen. ♪ happy birthday original glazed doughnut happy birthday to you ♪ >> whoa! >> hey, don't close that. i want one. >> george wants one. >> i can't pass the box to you. >> i'll grab one. >> there you go. ♪ happy birthday to you happy birthday to you happy birthday dear glazed doughnut happy birthday to you ♪ 1234r that's going to be my ringer from here on out. >> yes. today is -- today is the original glazed's 80th birthday. >> who knew. he doesn't look older than 20. >> if you buy one dozen you get another dozen for 80 cents. >> all right. stop singing.
>> alexa, stop. >> all right. well, it's a good thing you brought food because we have a topic, our first trending topic. >> fonsi, you can't take the doughnuts. >> we're talking about food. food selfies are a thing. have you ever taken a food selfie. >> nope. >> my daughters do it every time we go out. >> i do sometimes when i'm hitting it big. >> especially in-n-out burger. >> my thing is when i buy my food i'm trying to eat it. i'm not trying to give et a photo shoot. eatable a burger is not -- >> there is a restaurant called dirty bones that is so into food selfie, i don't even know. >> doesn't sound like a food place, guys. >> they offer food selfie kits when you go to the restaurant. >> selfie kits. >> get the perfect shot of your food. george, are you licking your fingers? >> i am. these are really good. can someone bring this grown man a napkin? >> i do need a napkin. >> carry on.
>> question. >> yes. >> if we were dating would you let me take you to dirty bones? >> amy, say yes. >> yes, i would do it. >> she probably would. >> i wouldn't turn that down. >> dirty bones. >> i love how much thatting kraed up sara. >> amy. >> you know i would go there. >> no, i know. the invite would go really far with amy robach. it's fine. speaking of instagram you posted a great throwback. throwback thursday video of your son. >> yes. >> do we have that. >> yes. >> look at that. >> what's your -- oh, my gosh. >> look how cute. >> he is he is my twin and we like to do silly thing, make people laugh. >> what is that he's wearing? >> furs. >> so, wow, what is awe your go to dance move. >> i really can't show you but i'll show you anyone. >> show us.
[ applause ] dirty bones. >> you could bring that to dirty bones with you. >> welcome to dirty bones. may i take your order? >> you have a very talented bunch of kids. mice walking the runway. >> yes, my oldest son. he is a model now. >> did you teach him the moves. >> of course, i teach him the moves and the face, everything. here's my model face right here. >> blue steel? >> yes. >> i'm very proud of him. he's having fun. i think a couple of weeks ago he was in italy so he's getting to travel and he's in school. he is a sophomore. >> you gave him the height too. >> he is a very good looking dude. >> he is, indeed. >> you were always a trendsetter with some of your fashion. >> i wouldn't call it fashion but -- >> the subtle ring you're wearing now. delicate on the finger. >> that one right there is called guns up. >> not everybody can pull that
off. >> what was your inspiration. >> my inspiration, i like to wear stuff that nobody else could wear. for example i like to -- >> it kind of goes without saying, right? like i used to wear my suit jacks all the way down to my calf. i don't know why i did it if to feel short? >> just to feel short. >> then that ring, i love -- sara pointed it out. superman ring. >> barely noticeable. >> a ring you bought us for our wedding anniversary. >> oh, okay. >> when you take me to dirty bone. >> another one of your sons just committed to play basketball at the university of arizona where it runs in the family. >> congratulations. >> your nba days, fashion, you had a ton of nicknames. diesel, shaq daddy, big aristotle. does your son have one. >> i gave him one but he doesn't like it. i call him boogie. >> you called him boogie. >> that's my baby. that's my baby.
>> people will give him flack for that. >> d1 player. >> you know, i got one for him, dirty bones. >> there you go. >> he's going to take that one. [ applause ] >> all right. you have your superman ring. we want to know what you're like at home. what is shaq like around the house. there is a "new york times" article -- >> i have to ask you a question first. >> how do y'all look so fabulous at 7:30 in the morning? >> oh, stop. >> we have it give you guys a room. >> you ladies look fabulous. >> three for dirty bone, shaq. three for dirty bones. >> no, but how am i at home? the same way i am now. i like to have fun. i like to laugh. i don't take myself too seriously. >> we can tell. >> i like playing -- >> i like meeting kids and making them smile because i haven't played basketball seven, eight years and it's amazing that, you know, children still know who i am. whenever i see a child i try to make them smile.
>> you go by one name. everybody knows who you are. shaq. >> yes. >> in the realm of oprah and madonna. >> have a doughnut. >> thanks a lot for coming by. >> no problem. thank you. >> you do look great. y'all look awesome. you look really good. when we come back ginger how she made the -- >> and meet me at dirty bones in london later.
>> announcer: tomorrow the blazing summer heat means one thing. >> lady a and "gma." >> announcer: it's lady antebellum live in central park. >> it's a party in the morning. >> announcer: tomorrow only on -- >> good morning, america. >> announcer: presented by king's hawaiian. all right. they are happy to be here. it is hot, humid outside. one thing the heat and humidity does to a glazed doughnut, it makes it mushy. these are perfect because they're inside the air-conditioning. aren't they delicious? we have heat advisories across the heartland and northeast and with the heat and humidity it's going to feel like up and over 100 degrees and many spots today. take it easy if you are outside, working outside. tell your boss you have to take breaks from time to time and certainly drink lots of water and, you know, krispy kreme doughnut, give you an added boost of sugar.
good morning. i'm meteorologist mike nicco. day planner shows temperatures in the 50s and 60s at 9:00 with the clouds lifting to hazy sunshine by noon. my accuweather seven-day forecast. it's goingngngngngngngngngngngng >> happy thursday, everybody. this weather brought to you by ford. george, over to you. thank you, all week long we've been talking about that amazing technology behind the "planet of the apes" movie. now it's time for ginger's adventure with the motion capture magic. take a look at how she went to new zealand for ape camp. ♪ >> reporter: in new zealand we made it to wellington and we're ready to go. wellington is home to oscar winning blockbusters like "lord of the rings" and "the jungle book." their magic begins with the special effects company brought to life by peter jackson. they use motion capture
technology or mo-cap. pioneers in film. they make fantasy worlds. transform actors into pri. mates. >> i did not start this war but i will finish it. >> reporter: "war for the planet of the apes," the third in the series, is by far their most spectacular. >> you know, a piece of fur and you dump some snow on it. in the real world that's the easiest thing. in our world that's incredibly hard. you have to understand how the snow accumulates all these different hairs and what they do to the hair and how it melts and fall off. >> reporter: most was shot in can ga but 30% of "war" was done here on this new zealand soundstage using mo-cap suit, basically velcro pajamas with dots capture the actor's movements with l.e.d. lights. interest that such a leap of -- >> exactly. there is a process. they see the dots and able to figure out where in 3d space all
those dots are. in a way you strip it back to almost like, you know, minimalist theater. no costume. you're the character and playing with another character and we add the details later. >> reporter: got the suit on. next i got to get my dots. on the suit there are exactly 53 sensors from head to toe. >> i plan on doing some twerking so if you could make sure the booty dots look good. they act as reflectors allowing cameras to capture every single movement or a couple of dance moves. the seven up here is where i'll get scaled. >> look straight ahead. >> reporter: here's the cool part. a weta technician scans your body and creates a 3d image and digitally transforms it into any kind ofprimate. >> you'll teach me all things ape? alan has studied the way they behavior. >> there is a natural swing in the arms. these are arm extension, slide
your hands this there. the idea is your weight is distributed evenly over all four points. >> okay. good. >> whoo! >> not bad. >> apes are strong. with a little help from alan's son gus we were ready for our close-up. let's see how we measure up to the real deal. hmm. well, i'm no caesar but not too bad for a first timer. >> good luck, my son. >> it wasn't all monkey business, though. i had a little fun shaking it off. ♪ shake it off ♪ shake it off >> reporter: for "good morning america," ginger zee, abc news, new zealand. >> so cool. >> that is so cool? that was good. looks like she had a lot of fun. "war for the planet of the apes" hits theaters tomorrow. up next the big stars from friends from
>> we're on television. >> oh. >> when did the tv start? what's that red light? >> okay. >> when that goes off we're off. >> the light is on. we're off. >> okay. opposite. opposite. >> we have to introduce you. i'll say your names. keegan-michael key, cobie smulders from "how i met your mother" and fred savage from "the wonder years." they're starring in a new netflix comedy, i know that's a shock after what you discuss saw, "friends from college." >> in this scene they're at a wine tasting. take a look. >> oh, my god. >> what happened to my mouth. >> guy, is it isn't that bad. >> smells like perfume but then it tastes like perfume. >> oh. >> i'm getting a hint of a robitussin. with a patina pop rocks. >> documentary. >> yes. >> i'm getting -- water hose.
>> water hose water. >> how much of this is ad-libbed and how much scripted. >> we rewrote the show, it's all improvised. we should get all the credit. >> a lot of improv. >> but i also see -- i love when people ask that question. i think it's a great credit to the writers, you know, also the ensemble like they wrote a really great script and got all our voices and so it was a great combination of just really great writing. phenomenal performances. and then -- then some ad-libbing. >> now what are some of your favorite college memories? any embarrassing ones. >> i was in a band. >> you were? >> i was in a cover band -- >> what did you play. >> i played this thing. i played this -- >> vocalist. >> i did the box. >> can we hear something. >> well, i don't know if i can sing anything because it's all like -- it was a cover band. everything was -- >> copyrighted. >> like with the writers of the show. >> like the writers of the show i was stealing from all the other people's work.
>> recurrent theme in your life. >> that's what i do. steal other people's things. yeah, so i was in a band and wore like holy jean, '90s, flannel shirts. >> grunge. >> super grungy like lots of like hot chili peppers and nirvana stuff. >> a cappella group. >> i wish. >> that was big this college. >> for only four years in your life that was the coolest thing. all the girls -- >> you guys love the a cappella stuff. >> if you laid down the base line for rio, girls loved you in college. ♪ >> i love that guy. ♪ her name is >> then you got all the lady, yeah. >> a lot of people have been comparing this show to like the new version of the '90s very famous sitcom "friends." ho you is this different? >> it's -- this is just friends with nudity. that's all. >> that was our working title. >> a long time. [ applause ] >> oh.
i didn't realize there was such an audience. >> okay. >> those two guy, i'm going to watch it right now. >> can you get a word in edgewise. >> no and i love it. i love it. >> now how did this compare to "how i met your mother". >> oh, it was different. we only shot eight episodes and worked together for two months and had them all written beforehand and knew where it was going and there was nudity and it's a bit darker than you can play on a cbs comedy. >> all right. so it's not all comedy. there are serious overtones. you're the kick of comedy. >> you're in the royal family. >> thank you, sara. >> i got your back. >> what was it like making that shift to a more serious tone. >> it was a very -- it was something i was really looking forward to. i'm a dramatically trained actor so that's my background so i was quite -- i was quite excited about it and it's comfortable in its uncomfortability.
if it's feeling real or feeling a sense of sadness you're doing something right and getting the right kind of energy from your cast mates. it was a lot of fun in that way. if you know what i'm saying so nice to get back to that and makes the piece feel fuller that it has all these different dimensions to it. >> kevin, i love bringing up "the wonder years." you did that when you were a small little wee one. >> yes. >> but you also did "the princess bride" which i think is a favorite. >> inconceivable. ♪ as you wish >> we have our favorite scenes. do you guys have -- i know you've all seen it. you were in it. do you have a favorite scene you remember? >> i mean -- >> you were tucked in bed. >> i was in bed most of the time the bed part. [ laughter ] as far as my contribution to the film, it was mostl bed work, you know. felt like i was lying down really. and i think i brought a lot of truth to that. >> yeah, you did. >> i really believed you.
>> yeah. totally. >> you killed my father. >> yeah, yeah. >> we're huge fans this. is a fantastic eight episode, right? we hope there will be more. >> yes, we do. we do. >> all right. [ cheers and applause ] and all eight episodes of "friends from college" will be available on netflix tomorrow so make that appointment in your book in yes, we'll be right back. >> thank you. ♪ mom. ♪ ♪ where all the walls echo with laughter ♪ ♪ and every room has its own chapter ♪ you've carried on your family's tradition. let us help you prepare for your family's future. financial guidance while you're mastering life. from chase. so you can.
>> announcer: tomorrow the blazing summer heat means one thing. >> lady a and "gma." >> announcer: it's lady antebellum live in central park. >> it's a party in the morning. >> announcer: tomorrow only on -- >> all: good morning, america. >> announcer: presented by king's hawaiian. "good morning america" is brought to you by university of phoenix. we rise. ♪ [ applause ] hey! >> cobie smulders, keegan-michael key and fred savage. shaq there having fun with our wigs backstage. he is up for anything. >> it looks great. >> pulls it off. >> you guys were great today. thank you.
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it's 8:59. good morning on this thursday. i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." meteorologist mike nicco's here with your weather. hey, mike. >> hi, reggie. hi, everybody. i have a few issues i've been watching all morning. the beaches, still dangerous waves through 9:00 this evening and a small craft advisory north of the bay bridge through the delta that starts at 1:00 and goes until 11:00. we also have got extreme sunshine this afternoon. temperatures seasonal through tomorrow. look at that burst of heat, just two days, though, saturday and sunday. alexis? okay, and a little bit of an update here for a situation in napa county, northbound state route 29, not fully closed any longer. we have one lane back open, but still a sig alert, and that all of course due to the mail semi truck that flipped about 4:30 this morning. pretty hefty delay. i would avoid that. we have no estimate on when that lane will reopen. reggie? >> thank you for the warning, alexis. time for "live with kelly & ryan" and we'll be back at 11:00 for the "abc7 midday news."
our reporting continues on our news app and abc7news.com. se >> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan!" today, award-winning actress turned director kyra sedgwick. and one of the stars of the new series "friends from college," fred savage. all next on "live!" ♪ [cheers and applause] and now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest! [cheers and applause] ♪