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good morning, america. as we start the week, violence on the streets of iran. police fire at protesters taking on their rulers. outrage in iran. police fire bullets and tear gas as protesters take on the supreme leader and his regime. new images coming in this morning after the government admits they accidentally shot down that passenger plane with 176 people on board. we're live with the latest. deadly tornado outbreak. twisters tearing through the heartland leaving a trail of destruction killing at least 12 people, and now the big chill about to hit millions. volcano emergency. this massive eruption in the philippines forcing tens of thousands to flee. lava, lightning and ash filling
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the air. plumes stretching nine miles high, and towns destroyed below. now the government's new warning. royal crisis summit. we're live at the queen's home sandringham as prince charles, william and harry arrive for that emergency meeting with the queen. meghan expected to join by phone as they try to determine the future of the royal family after harry and meghan's bombshell announcement. flu alert. the 4-year-old struck by the b strain of the virus losing her sight. her mother with a warning this morning. battle for the super bowl. overnight, the packers send the seahawks packing and the kansas city chiefs with a comeback that made nfl history. ♪ rocketman and ready for liftoff. the countdown to the oscar nominations is on. >> are you an actor? >> no, i'm a stuntman. >> is this the year of brad and leo? will "joker" walk away for most
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nominations. we have all the reactions to the nominations right here on "gma". ♪ we do say good morning, america. hollywood's big morning, "rocket man," and elton john expected to get love with the oscar nominations. >> not the only ones. brad pitt is on a roll. he won at the golden globes. he won last night at the critics' choice awards for "once upon a time in hollywood." >> the same for renee zelensky welling. she picked up a golden globe and is on a winning streak for "judy." all of that, always a big morning, always fun to see the nominations. >> i know, and the nominations are ahead. first, we begin with the turmoil in iran. violent protests are erupting as people take to the streets there protesting the regime after iran admitted it accidentally shot down a passenger plane. chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz is back from iranracking the very latest. good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, robin. a week ago this was a country with masses of people shouting down the united states, but this morning in iran, the anger is aimed at their own leaders.
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[ chanting ] protests in the streets of iran over the shootdown of that passenger jet. overnight, thousands of iranians flooding the streets for a second day. the associated press showing tear gas hurled at crowds with video and witness accounts of protesters beaten and live ammunition fired. iran denying the use of live ammunition. the denial coming after the iranian government finally admitted that its military forces accidently shot down a ukrainian commercial aircraft, killing all 176 passengers on board. this after three days of claiming mechanical errors brought down the plane. the iranian government now saying they mistook the passenger jet for an incoming missile just hours after iran targeted american-backed bases in iraq in retaliation for the
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u.s. killing qassem soleimani, a top iranian general. iranian president hassan rouhani tweeting, armed forces internal investigation has concluded that regrettably missiles fired due to human error caused the horrific crash of the plane. in a televised speech even hardliners apologizing. [speaking foreign language] the commander in charge saying he wished he had been on that plane himself so he wouldn't feel so ashamed in front of his nation adding, quote, we never thought we would harm our own people. in the aftermath of soleimani's death, iranians were united, angrily protesting against the united states drone strike on soleimani. now iran's unity shattered. iranian protesters ripping down posters of soleimani, the slain military leader, and some protesters refusing to trample the image of an american flag. overnight, president donald trump supporting the new
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protests tweeting a warning in english and farsi to the leaders of iran, do not kill your protesters. and this morning, hardliners have started threatening people from holding large scale funerals where slogans against the iranian regime might be shouted. george? >> okay, martha. welcome back from iran. we go to the white house now where the president and his team are facing new questions about the intelligence behind his strike on iran's top commander. and our latest abc news/ipsos poll shows more than half the country disapproves of how the president is handling iran. we want to bring in our senior white house correspondent cecilia vega. cecel cecelia, we now have seen the president's own defense secretary saying he hasn't seen the evidence behind trump's claim that soleimani was targeting four u.s. embassies. >> reporter: exactly, george. this started on friday when president trump told fox news that he believed the iranians were going to target those four american embassies and then his own defense secretary mark
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esper went on tv and basically said he never saw such a threat. it was a head scratcher because the secretary then attempted to not outright contradict the president saying that basically the president's interpretation of the intelligence that led to this attack was correct. it is just the latest example -- you know this -- of all the mixed messaging over the origins on this strike of soleimani, and george, certainly it's going to play into democrats' and even some republicans' criticism of the origins of this. they say they want to see evidence this strike was imminent as the administration has suggested. >> and cecelia, this is happening as the impeachment trial is set to begin this week. house speaker nancy pelosi saying she's going to send the articles of impeachment over. the president has been all over the map on what he wants on witnesses and a trial, and he seems to be calling for a dismissal which is not mitch mcconnell's plan. >> reporter: yeah, george. president trump very frustrated headed into this.
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he sent a number of tweets on impeachment over the weekend. one on hand saying he would like to see more witnesses called when the senate trial starts including suting that one of the witnesses might be nancy pelosi herself. then he suggested that the republican-controlled senate should out right dismiss this case. it doesn't appear though, george, that the republicans have the support to do that. >> thanks very much. t.j.? we turn to the powerful storms that are reminiscent of something we're used to seeing in the springtime. they slammed the south with tornadoes, damaging winds and flooding. power has been knocked out to thousands of people, and at least 12 people have been killed. our kaylee hartung is in louisiana for us where there was an ef-2 tornado that cut a 40-mile path of destruction. hello, kaylee. >> reporter: good morning, t.j. that's right. this is what it looks like when an ef-2 tornado rips through your home. jerry and mary sue franks were killed here when their home was torn from its foundation more than 200 feet from where i'm standing.
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take a look at this wide angle. 135-mile-per-hour winds shredding this home to pieces, you see it around me. a lifetime of memories scattered across this vast area. this morning, residents waking up to more destruction after two tornadoes touched down in the middle of the night. residents reeling from the devastating tornadoes across the u.s. at least 12 people were killed during the severe weekend storms spanning from texas to ohio. >> this is a fence on top of a home. >> reporter: in ohio, two tornadoes, forceful winds uprooting this tree and ripping out the sidewalk underneath it. the strong winds sending this building's rooftop to the ground, the crushed debris blocking the entrance way as firefighters work to clear the streets below. and in alabama, a tornado tormenting pickens county leaving three dead. in louisiana, tornado damage toppling trees, uprooting hundreds. the destruction stretching for miles.
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the ef-2 tornado eradicating homes, tossing this mobile home from its foundation, killing an elderly couple inside. >> to wake up and see the news this morning it was really sad. >> reporter: in south carolina, tornado damage ripping this school's roof right off. brick and cement debris litter the lawn. the wind smashing these buses into each other. the top of these bleachers torn away. the franks family spent the weekend digging through mud and debris trying to salvage what they could. a few precious family photos were found. now as the sun comes up, that community continues to clean up the mess and heal. robin? >> think of everybody impacted. all right, kaylee, thank you. quite a contrast on the east coast and northeast experiencing record warm temperature. ginger is here with the latest on that. good morning, ginger. >> good morning to you. it felt like march and it looked like march with those severe storms. record warmth. dozens of daily records that were broken, and an all-time january heat from boston to naples. we have never seen that type of heat in recorded history in a couple of these cities. so just noting that, you know
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this is more reminiscent of late february, early march. we have never had 466 severe storm reports in january on a day like we did yesterday at least going back to 2000 or probably ever. we'll verify that. but look at that. that was over the weekend, more than 700 damaging wind, hail and tornado reports. guys? >> that is some map. ginger, thanks very much. we turn now to the race for the white house. just three weeks from the caucuses in iowa and a new poll puts bernie sanders in the lead for the first time. a tight four-way race and anyone can still win. linsey davis is here. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning to you, george. four years ago, bernie sanders narrowly lost the iowa caucuses to hillary clinton. and now in 2020, the vermont senator is leading the iowa poll which suggests more than 20% of likely caucus-goers say sanders is their top pick for president. this morning, bernie sanders is on top in iowa leading the pack
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"poll. in a new "des moines register "poll. >> i'm absolutely confident if there is a large voter turnout that we are going to win. >> reporter: with three weeks to go before the caucuses, this tight race is still up for grabs. ♪ pete buttigieg topped the same iowa poll just a few months ago, but is now jockeying for position in a crowded field choosing not to go after sanders overnight. >> iowa, i believe you are going to make me the nominee, and the next president of the united states. >> reporter: but elizabeth warren second in that poll, pulling no punches against the vermont senator, responding to a report saying his campaign volunteers are trying to persuade voters that she is a candidate of the elite. >> i was disappointed to hear that bernie is sending his volunteers out to trash me. >> reporter: sanders denies any knowledge of the move by his campaign. >> have i ever said one negative word about elizabeth warren? >> reporter: but instead of touting his standing as the front-runner in the new poll, sanders is making the pitch he's best suited to take down the candidate democrats want to beat in november.
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>> we are the strongest campaign to defeat donald trump. >> reporter: sanders has caught the attention of president trump. over the weekend trump tweeted, wow, crazy bernie sanders is surging in the polls looking very good against his opponents in the do nothing party. what does that mean? stay tuned. sanders quickly fired back saying, this means you're going to lose. as you say it's a jump ball. pete buttigieg, elizabeth warren, joe biden neck and neck. >> they're all debating tomorrow night. linsey, thanks very much. t.j.? we need to turn to that volcano eruption near the capital of the philippines that has forced tens of thousands of people to flee. our senior foreign correspondent ian pannell with the latest. good morning to you, ian. >> reporter: hey, t.j. this morning, the taal volcano just over 40 miles south of manila, spewing red hot lava and ash across a wide area. incredible images coming in of plumes of ash and steam as high as nine miles above the crater.
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the intense eruptions even causing volcanic lightning. people have been forced from their homes and that could grow to 300,000 or more in the coming days with the local authorities declaring a state of calamity. so far, no reports of injuries or deaths, but people are being told to stay indoors, and the major worry this morning. the government has raised the alert status to level 4 which means a hazardous explosive eruption within hours or days with more than 140 earthquakes now recorded. robin? >> ian, thank you. now back here at home, the quest for the super bowl. the final four now set after the chiefs made that historic comeback, and the packers pulled off a big win last night joining the titans and the 49ers. paula faris is here with that. good morning, paula. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. can we talk about the kansas city chiefs for a second? they were down 24-0 early in this game. it looked like it was going to be an absolute route. now if you stopped watching the game, like many fans did, some even left the game, well, you missed one of the greatest comebacks in playoff history.
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>> reporter: the kansas city chiefs pulling off one of the greatest comebacks ever. clawing back from a 24-point deficit. quarterback patrick mahomes making history becoming the first player with 300 passing yards, 50 rushing yards and 5 touchdown passes in a playoff game. >> mahomes to kelce, and another touchdown for kansas city! >> reporter: but at first, it didn't look so good. the chiefs started off so badly that one fan went viral for leaving the game believing he was the jinx. >> let's get the second half comeback going. it's our only hope. >> reporter: sure enough, once he left, kansas city began to rally scoring so much that arrowhead stadium ran out of touchdown fireworks, beating the texans 51-31. >> he dropped bombs out of nowhere. it happened in the blink of an eye. never seen anything like it. >> reporter: now kansas city will face the afc underdogs, the tennessee titans, a team no one thought would be here.
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but after knocking out tom brady and the patriots last week, the titans crushed baltimore on saturday, a team many expected to win it all. >> big picture, you dream of playing in the super bowl. it's one week at a time to do what i can each and every week to come away with a win. i like our team and i like our chances. >> reporter: also green bay, they edged the seahawks, and they'll meet the 49ers. can we talk about the titans and the chiefs? let's talk about what the titans have done. they go into foxborough beat new england on their turf and take out baltimore as well. >> that's right. the oscar nominations are in. so many tight contests. ahead. dris connelly is here. >> good morning, george. it is a good morning. th film with the most oscar nominations is "joker" with 11 nominations including best picture -- >> people are starting to notice. >> -- best actor for joaquin
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phoenix. >> can you introduce me as joker? >> and best director for todd phillips. hot on its heels, man," along with nods for al pacino and joe pesci. they'll be squaring off against brad pitt. >> are you an actor? >> no a stuntman. >> and tom hanks and anthony hopkins. scarlet johanson is nominated twice. best actress for "marriage story." >> i don't want to be aggress e aggressive. >> best supporting actress for "jojo rabbit" where she's up against laura dern. >> the waiting is the hardest
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part. >> the biggest shocks of the morning, no jennifer lopez. >> i guess i'm just a people person. >> the star expected to be nominated for "hustlers." she and the film coming up empty. not a woman to be found in the best director category, not even greta gerwin. gerwin. gerwin. g. florence pew was nominated for supporting actress who i spoke with. >> how are you going to celebrate? >> i think i'm going to have some champagne. >> ten nominations for "1917" including best picture and best director for sam mendes. sam mendes is now a sir. that honor announced from queen elizabeth. i bet she misses those days. >> we're covering queen elizabeth this morning.
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we're live outside the queen's home. we have so many other stories we'll talk about as well. how this man survived three weeks alone in the freezing alaskan wilderness, but first, let's go back to ginger. robin, this morning schools are closed or delayed around seattle. thousands are without power because they got some snow. a couple of inches of snow. you can see the pictures here out of everett, washington where the roads are a wreck, and they had significant winds. that's with the storm there now, and there's a new one coming in wednesday night, and then by thursday, even los angeles in the mountains surrounding will be impacted by this. i think it will be the heavy rain. if you have any flights or travel plans through the state of california or up through the pacific northwest this week, you'll want to watch this. your local weather in 30 seconds. first though, the select cities sponsored by audible.
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we're going to be right back with more on that royal crisis summit that's taking place at one of the queen's palaces, sandringham. everybody will be there. a tense few minutes ahead.
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♪ ahh boom shaka laka. feisty. ♪ ahh good morning. i'm reggie aqui from abc 7 mornings. secretary of state mike pompeo will be in the bay area today. he will talk to students at stanford and speak at commonwealth club in san francisco. he'll also attend a private dinner with tech leaders. bart is adding 12 new police officers on board trains and that starts tonight. adding more officers is one of the first strategies from bart's new police chief to cut down on crime. it's a monday morning with traffic and jobina. >> yes, good morning, everyone. we're showing you a live look right now at the san mateo bridge. it's slow getting toward the peninsula this morning. it's been like that since i would say, maybe the last hour. expect delays if you're headed in that area.
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also, we want to let you know about this crash in sunnyvale, two cars westbound 237 at fair oaks avenue. there are still lanes blocked in the area because of debris and emergency crews on the scene. expect delays there as well.
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yeah, we're damp, little foggy from last night showers at the toll bay bridge plaza. that's my main concern this morning is the commute. everything else will be okay. later on at 5:00, rain in the north bay. then some light to moderate showers as we head toward midnight, moving through the heart of the bay. you can see it exiting the bay by tomorrow during the morning commute and just some random showers rest of the day from this one light storm on the storm impact scale. we'll have a stronger storm thursday morning, especially during the morning commute. it's a two. moderate. reggie? >> thanks, mike. coming up on gma, the royal
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crisis. the queen calling that emergency summit this morning with prince charles, prince william, prince harry. the very latest after that
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you have just won your second match. [ applause ] very, very important. will ken jennings -- >> ken jennings taking game three of that showdown on "jeopardy!." just one win away from the title. good morning, america. >> there has been some "jeopardy!" level trash talk as we know along the way here. ken jennings is taking his battle to twitter. this was his tweet. breaking, i have decided to follow james holzhauer on twitter since he has been following me on "jeopardy!" all week. >> oh, no he didn't. >> that's pretty good. that's pretty good. we don't want to see this thing end. it could end tomorrow. of course, the first person to win three matches is the champ, so he could wrap it up tomorrow.
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i hope not because this has been fun to watch. 8:00 tomorrow, 7:00 central here on abc. >> game on. we have the top headlines we're following this morning. violent protests erupting in iran as people take to the streets there to take on the regime after they admitted they accidentally shot down that passenger plane, killing all 176 people on board. and as people of the heartland begin to recover from those devastating and deadly tornados, a major storm is moving into the west bringing heavy snow, cold and rain and barreling across the country. i want you to take a look at this as those wildfires rage across australia. the government is now air dropping vegetables to help the animals struggling to find food using helicopters and airplanes to provide more than 4,000 pounds of carrots, sweet potatoes and more. >> it is needed down there. we turn now to the royal crisis. an emergency summit has been called by the queen. prince charles, william and harry will attend at sandringham to meet with her this morning. meghan will join by phone. james longman is there with the latest. good morning, james.
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>> reporter: good morning, george. this is it. the sandringham summit some are calling it. the first time harry will meet face to face with the queen since his and meghan's decision to step back at senior royals. charles and william will also be here. it's thought meghan is going to call in from canada. we could be seeing a redefinition of what it means to be royal. this morning, an unprecedented royal summit. the queen calling an emergency meeting with william, charles and harry here in sandringham to talk about next steps after harry's bombshell announcement that he and his wife, meghan, will be stepping back from their duties as senior royals. meghan flew back to canada to be back with archie, and is believed to be joining them by phone. >> this is the first time that all four have come together in the same room. people say harry is torn. for him, the most important thing is his family. for the couple, it's about preserving their mental health, remaining happy and being able to work in an environment that suits them best.
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>> reporter: it's thought the royal meeting will cover everything from harry and meghan's titles to security and any financial deals the couple is likely to make in order to become financially independent. >> in terms of earning money, they will be looking at the obamas and how their life was for financial independence when they moved out of the white house through clever speaking engagements and maybe even a book. that's how harry and meghan plan to make their money moving forward. >> reporter: harry has reached out to a friend about his state of mind. prince william saying, i've put my arm around my brother all of our lives and i can't do that anymore. i'm sad about that. rumors of unrest between the brothers have swelled for months. harry opening up about reports of a rift in a documentary, "harry and meghan: an african journey" last october. >> how much of that is true? >> um, you know, stuff -- stuff happens, but look, we're brothers. we'll always be brothers. >> reporter: meghan also opening up about struggling when she joined the family. >> it's not enough to just
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survive something, right? that's not the point of life. you've got to thrive. you've got to feel happy, and i think i really tried to adopt this british sensibility of a stiff upper lip. >> it has its -- >> i tried. i really tried, but i think that what that does internally is probably really damaging. >> bradbury now looking back at that interview. >> around the time of that documentary, some of the angst and the anger in the background, i was genuinely shocked it got that bad. my best guess, they wanted it as an indication of if they ever made the announcement which you have now seen, there would be some preparing the ground. >> do you think at that point that two months down the line, you know, at the turn of the year, harry and meghan will be announcing that pretty much they want out? >> yeah. i do think that. >> reporter: and tom bradby had
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also had a sense of what the couple would say if they were in an interview about this situation. he said, quote, it wouldn't be pretty, but william and harry are at least finding some common ground this morning. in a joint statement, they have disputed allegations from a british newspaper which says that harry is leaving the royal family because he's being bullied by william. they said this language is inflammatory, and it is offensive and potentially harmful. george? >> james, thanks. let's talk to chris ship, and this word summit conjures up the notion of negotiations. is this a negotiation, and who has the leverage? >> well, where do you start with this story, george? what i know is there will be some sort of paper, a document, call it what you will, that is being prepared at pace over the weekend. the queen's courtiers have been working over the weekend so they can present the paper to them here today, but, you know, it's not going to be just one sheet of paper.
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there will be quite a few different options in there. this has never been done before. it's without precedent. no one has been half in and half out of the royal family, and no one has done it as far away as canada. meghan will have her say in this whole thing. she's going to be skyping or whatsapping into the meeting, and we're just going to -- we get a sense at the end of the day about what they have talked about. i think we'll get some conclusions probably tomorrow, and that's quite quick. this is the royal family we're talking about. that's quite quick. >> that would be fast. how much of this comes down to money, and how much they can get from the government and the queen's estate and how much they can earn outside? >> i think there's a lot of it down to money because there's a difficulty if harry's not living in the uk all the time, then where does he pay his tax? does he pay here or in canada? there's a lot of things to discuss here. i think it's important to clarify that harry and meghan have said they want to be financially independent. how do they earn that money? they can earn it pretty easily.
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the brand sussex is huge. they can make commercial deals and i'm sure there are companies all over america and canada thinking about how they could work with the sussexs going forward right now. a lot of their money, most of their money comes from harry's father, prince charles, through a private estate known as the dutch of cornwall. it's private money. we don't know how much he gives them every year, and i think that's going to be the center of a lot of the negotiations. how much money they're going to still going to be getting from dad. >> you do say this seems to be happening quickly for the royal family, maybe as early as tomorrow. they also need to show unity, don't they? >> yes, and that's difficult. i mean, you've just heard james talking about, you know, all these different allegations and the rumor and the gossip that's going on at the moment, and, you know, i spoke to tom bradby over the weekend. the only facts we have on the family relations is from the horse's mouth, if you like, from
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harry when he spoke to tom on that africa tour. i was with him as we were going through that tour, noticing how things were getting more tense and how that documentary was sort of, you know, scratching below the surface. you didn't have to scratch very far to see things weren't going very well at all. there's a lot of gossip going around at the moment about how they're getting on. i'll say this about the royal family, when they need to pull together, when they have an emergency situation such as this -- and people are saying this isn't a crisis. look what's going on in iran or elsewhere, or in australia, but they have to get a grip on this. you can see the interest in this story, and they know they want to move forward. thank you very much. >> we will be watching. thanks very much. t.j.? we turn to a story of survival. a man rescued after surviving three weeks alone in the alaskan wilderness. he was stranded in the wilderness after his cabin burned to the ground. gio benitez with the story. >> reporter: this morning, an incredible story of survival. a man rescued 23 days after he was stranded alone in the alaskan wilderness.
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you can see s.o.s. written in the snow as the rescue helicopter hovers above. 30-year-old tyson steele had been living in his remote cabin, but in mid december that cabin burned down. his closest neighbor was 20 miles away. >> a flaming piece of cardboard went up the chimney and landed on the roof. it started a slow fire. >> reporter: steele wearing just long johns, a wool sweater and boots with no socks. he said he survived the first two nights in subzero it temperatures by making a snow cave and then putting together a temporary shelter using pieces from his burned down home. on thursday, after a friend hadn't heard from steele in weeks, state troopers went for a wellness check, and they saw him waving his arms and that s.o.s. message etched in the deep snow. >> there were some dark thoughts that came along, but i was one-minded to just get through it, just to survive. >> and we're glad he's okay.
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once steele was taken to a safe location, authorities say he asked for two things, a shower and a mcdonald's breakfast combo number 2. i had to look that up. sausage egg mcmuffin and coffee. that's all he wanted. >> the number two, yeah. >> usually you want to be 20 miles away from your neighbor. not in this case. >> no. >> gio, thank you for bringing that to us. we have a flu alert. the 4-year-old losing her sight. hopefully it will come back, after getting the flu. the morning from her mother this morning. come on back. back, after getting the flu. we'll hear if her mother when we come back. adjust your comfort with your sleep number setting. so, can it help us fall asleep faster? yes, by gently warming your feet. but can it help keep me asleep? absolutely, it intelligently senses your movements and automatically adjusts to keep you both comfortable. so, you can really promise better sleep? not promise... prove. only at a sleep number store. save $1,000 on the sleep number 360 special edition smart bed, now only $1,799. only for a limited time
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we are back now with a new warning about the flu after a 4-year-old iowa girl nearly died from the virus, lost her vision. the b-strain hitting children especially hard. eva pilgrim joins us now on this. good morning, eva. >> good morning. this is such a scary story for parents. this little girl was perfectly healthy until she got the flu. >> i didn't think i was going to see her again. >> reporter: this morning a mother's urgent warning about the flu after unexpected complications from the virus left her 4-year-old daughter unable to see. >> here, listen. >> reporter: amanda phillips says her daughter jade who did not get a flu shot started showing signs of being sick a few days before christmas. >> she was just, you know, a normal bug, the flu for a few days and then all of a sudden, you know, five days later, she was unresponsive. >> reporter: when her parents found jade unresponsive on christmas eve, she was rushed to the hospital, and she was diagnosed with influenza b.
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>> there's an initial infection, with influenza, then the body overcompensates when it's fighting the infection and sometimes instead of fighting off the infection it starts fighting itself and it can fight the brain. >> reporter: after nearly two weeks -- >> hey, jade. >> reporter: -- jade, finally opened her eyes, but phillips says she noticed something wasn't right. >> she couldn't focus. you would hand her something or try to, you know, give her a toy and she wouldn't grab it. >> is it hard to see? >> reporter: her mom says she's lost her vision and is not sure she will ever get it back. still, she and the doctors remain hopeful. >> when it happens in younger children, they can recover significantly, and we definitely have hope in this case there will be significant recovery, but there can be permanent outcomes from this process. >> reporter: now back at home, jade is making progress, but still has a long road ahead.
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>> jade didn't get a flu shot last march, but she got one previously and thought that was good for the whole year. she didn't realize she needed a new vaccine for the 2019/2020 season. good reminder for parents. >> even if you get the flu shot, there are no guarantee, but there are some additional benefits, aren't there? >> it helps keep these extreme complications from happening. it helps you, and they theorize it could help you fight the flu. >> we hope she makes a full recovery and gets her sight back. thanks, eva. coming up, we have our "play of the day," and it's tiger woods back on the golf course, but he's carrying the bag this time. stay with us. >> say what? >> oh yeah. >> say what? >> say what? >> oh yay. >> say what? m. ahh no, come on. i saw you eating poop earlier. hey! my focus is on the road, and that's saving me cash with drivewise. who's the dummy now? whoof! whoof! so get allstate where good drivers save 40%
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. outrage in iran. police fire bullets and tear gas as protesters take on the supreme leader and his regime. the latest just ahead. also this morning, who is the champ? the epic showdown between lsu and clemson in hours. we're live in new orleans before the big game. amy schumer revealing she's trying for a second child as she starts ivf. more than 35,000 comments giving her advice. now her message to the tribe of women helping her out. and the envelope please. it's hollywood's biggest morning from "the joker." >> can you introduce me as
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joker? >> to "little women" and "once upon a time in hollywood" to "rocketman." brad pitt nominated and scarlet johansson in both categories. "joker" with most nominations. it's ahead. good morning, america. thank you for starting your week with us. >> okay. oscar nominations. it's so fun now to start speculating who's going to bring home that gold. >> you ready to speculate? >> yes. let's do that. and we will. we'll find out. and how, you know, there's so many -- so many that are up for the oscar. >> brad pitt is having a big year. >> yes, he is. >> he's a fan favorite and seems to be an academy favorite as well. he won the golden globe. a lot of eyes are going to be on him this morning. also j.lo and adam sandler, could they win their first academy award?
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we'll find out. first, we have news to get to beginning with that outrage in iran. violent protests erupted in the streets after the government admitted it actually shot down the passenger plane. we want to go to martha raddatz for the latest. good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, george. a week ago iranians were shouting death to america, but now many protesters are taking aim at the leaders of their own country for lying to them. [ chanting ] overnight, thousands of iranians flooding the streets for a second day. the associated press showing tear gas hurled at crowds with video and witness accounts of protesters beaten and live ammunition fired. iran denying the use of live ammunition. the denial coming after the iranian government finally admitted that its military forces accidentally shot down a ukrainian commercial aircraft, killing all 176 passengers on board. this after three days of claiming mechanical errors brought down the plane. the iranian government now
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saying they mistook the passenger jet for an incoming missile just hours after iran targeted american-backed bases in iraq in retaliation for the u.s. killing qassem soleimani, a top iranian general. and president trump clearly supporting these new protests against the iranian regime tweeting, to the leaders of iran, do not kill your protesters. george? >> martha raddatz, thanks. robin? we're going to switch gears and talk about all that action on the football field. after a weekend of upsets, the final four teams are now set to battle it out for the super bowl. the chiefs will take on the titans, and the packers will take on the 49ers. and tonight, it is the showdown for college football's national title. top-ranked lsu facing off against defending champion clemson. will reeve joins us from the espn fan zone there in new orleans. good morning, will. >> reporter: good morning, robin. it all comes down to this, and to this.
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the national championship trophy presented by dr. pepper. the game at the mercedes-benz superdome basically a home game for lsu. their campus just about an hour from here in baton rouge, but they can play this game on the moon and they would have the best quarterback in the universe. joe burrow winning the heisman trophy this year as the best player in college football, but he's going up against a pretty elite quarterback for clemson. trevor lawrence trying to do what no college qb has ever done, winning the title in each of his first two seasons. clemson going for their first championship in fewer years. president trump is expected at the game tonight. so security will be extra tightened for a game between two teams named the tigers, robin. so make sure that you're extra specific when you are yelling at your tv. >> oh, people are going to know. g-e-a-u-x. geaux tigers. you can watch the big game on espn tonight, 8:00 eastern time. also coming up here, serena williams has a blockbuster win. we'll tell you why this was so meaningful. >> it was very special.
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and amy schumer is revealing she's undergoing ivf treatments and reaching out to her fans for advice. her message to the tribe of women helping her this morning. and lara, what's going on upstairs? >> robin, and the oscar goes to -- you'll have to wait. the nominations coming up on "good morning america." our audience dressed up and ready to go. come on back to "good morning america." it's a big one. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ eers and applause ] ♪ a parent? big thing i recently learned as baby's skin is absorbent her skin could actually soak up wetness her diaper doesn't that's gross. that's why i use pampers pampers absorbs quickly to trap and lock wetness away keeping your baby's skin drier and healthier for a diaper that stays drier, count on pampers. the health of your baby's skin starts with the pampers they're in.
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welcome to our audience this monday morning. as you can all tell, we're all geared up for the oscars. >> how gorgeous is this audience this morning? [ cheers and applause ] >> you guys are going to want to tune in tomorrow. we have an interview with "the bachelor's" jp and ashley. now it's time for lara and "pop news." thanks, everyone. we begin with serena williams that made it very clear to competitors this weekend she isn't going anywhere any time soon. she won the asb classic on sunday in new zealand. it's her first tournament win since having her little girl. that win was in january of 2017 when serena was pregnant with alexis. all the sweeter now this time around seeing serena with her her 2-year-old by her side celebrating the win on the court. this was serena's 73rd title win overall. >> wow. [ applause ] >> unbelievable. >> i say that's enough to make a superstar turn a cartwheel.
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there you go. she also announced she would donate all the $43,000 prize money to the australian brush fire relief fund. [ applause ] serena, she's headed to the australian open where she'll join rafael nadal and roger federer in a charity match that will also raise charity funds to combat the devastating fires there. then the battle begins for her 74th title win. that starts january 20th. [ applause ] also popping this morning, the 25th annual critics' choice awards were held last night in santa monica, and among the big winners, joaquin phoenix for his role as the joker. [ applause ] also taking home the prize, brad pitt for a win for best supporting actor. his movie "once upon a time in hollywood" taking home the award
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for best picture. and you don't see this often -- a tie for best director, sam mendes for the war movie, "1917," and "parasite's" bong joon ho. they took home the night's big award. best actress, renee zellweger, and best supporting actress went to laura dern for "marriage story." [ applause ] i don't know if you caught on social media, plenty of winners in the fashion game. j.lo, wow, wow, wow, rocking the blue carpet in a backless beige gown by george hobeika. lupita nyong'o sporting a little leather by michael kors, looking so beautiful. zendaya, stunning in hot pink, tom ford. i got to say, billy porter stole the show. >> of course. >> rocking a regal mint emerald green strapless ensemble. on his instagram feed, billy said the hand-painted butterflies you see represent being released from the bondage
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of masculinity and allowing himself to fly free. [ applause ] love it. >> so much fun when he was here last week. you had a good time with him. >> he is so delightful. speaking of award shows, plural, because there are a few, the golden globes may be over, but they are looking ahead announcing tina fey and amy poehler will be back. >> yes! >> for the 2021 awards show. poehler and fey saying they were hanging up their hosting hats after their last appearance at the '15 globes. we're so happy they've changed their minds. as for the oscars, no host this year, going hostless again. the nominees, by the way, will be announced right here on "gma" in just a few moments. [ cheers and applause ] >> really? really? is that why the audience is all dressed up? >> it's always like that.
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>> thank you, lara. >> now to our "gma" cover story. comedienne amy schumer asking for support and advice as she struggles with ivf hoping to have another baby. eva pilgrim is back with that story. eva? >> good morning, robin. amy schumer is putting it all out there on instagram, sharing with her followers the challenges she is facing as she tries to have another child. the comedienne leaning on other moms for help. >> reporter: amy schumer opening up on social media about her fertility issues, sharing private details about her worries and the physical toll ivf is taking on her body, writing, i'm a week into ivf and feeling really run down and emotional. if anyone went through it and if you have any advice or wouldn't mind sharing your experience with me, please do. less than a year after giving birth to her son the actress crowd sourcing advice from instagram, asking fellow moms for help and thanking them for their tips. schumer posting this hospital photo with her biggest takeaways. we are going to freeze embryos
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hopefully. i learned to eat salty food after and drink gatorade. be patient and kind to myself and there are so many of us willing to be there for each other. >> it has a huge emotional toll. infertility is not an emotional neutral issue. women feel like they're going into the unknown. they're self-injecting and going into a procedure, and you don't know how it will turn out. >> reporter: she's been open about her first pregnancy after suffering a crippling form of morning sickness that causes extreme nausea, the same condition kate middleton experienced during all three of her pregnancies. schumer thanked the tribe of women helping her on this journey. your stories helped me more than you can imagine. i feel incredibly lucky. i am really hoping this works and staying positive. much, much, much love. schumer got a big response from her instagram mom tribe. over 35,000 comments, guys. this is when social media works. >> it is.
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you could have thrown to ginger. she's right there. the nominations are just moments away. we have the analysis and predictions from chris connolly and "variety." welcome to you. [ applause ] let's look at the match ups. this could be a first ever, chris, for best director husband and wife. >> that's right. in 2010, you had katherine
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bigelow defeating james cameron in best director. they were exes, but yes. this time, you have greta gerwig -- revenge is best served cold. you have greta gerwig, and noah baumbach, and they have a child together and a life together and they could both be up for best director this year. >> best actor may be facing off taron and joaquin? >> they both won the golden globes in their respective categories and if you look at oscar history, we saw heath ledger won, which is a similar role to joaquin phoenix, and last year rami malek won for "bohemian rhapsody," which is similar to "rocketman," but what's interesting is taron egerton is a young, relative newcomer going up against titans in this category. >> that's true. >> we're about to get to the nominations in less than a minute. the best actress, is this the shoo-in of the year, renee zellweger? >> not necessarily. it's going to be a loaded category. fantastic performers up in that, and the possibility for a huge
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surprise in the nominations. we'll see. >> looking forward to that one right there. then you've got the classic matchup, martin scorsese and quentin tarantino. >> yes, i mean, this is -- come on, when you talk about titans, this is them. it's also going to be interesting to see because we saw the golden globes, sam mendes. he won for best director, and all eyes are on greta gerwig. can she sneak in there and get a female nominee? >> are you ready? [ cheers and applause ] take it away. ♪ ♪ >> live from the academy museum
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of motion pictures in los angeles, please welcome the president of the academy, david rubin. >> good morning, and welcome to the brand new david geffen theatre at the academy museum. we can't wait until the museum officially opens later this year when the world can experience in person a sweeping adventure into the greatest movies and movie makers of all-time. we're here this morning to announce nominations for the 92nd oscars. all the nominees are voted on by members of the academy, an international community of artists. what makes this oscars so special is these nominations are given to artists by their peers. actors nominate actors. editors nominate editors. directors nominate directors. you get the idea. and now i'm pleased to introduce this morning's hosts, issa rae and john cho. >> good morning. john and i prepared a big
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opening, like, a monologue. >> really good. really funny. a lot of good jokes, but we decided that all people really want to hear is who is nominated. so let's get started. members of the academy's actor's branch nominate these performances by an actress in a supporting role. kathy bates in "richard jewell," laura dern in "marriage story," scarlett johansson in "jojo rabbit." florence pugh in "little women." and margot robbie in "bombshell." strong list. >> super strong list. on to achievement in costume design, the members of the academy's costume designers branch nominates "the irishman,"
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"jojo rabbit," "joker," "little women," and "once upon a time in hollywood." we need to nominate the audience at home for waking up so early. >> congrats. the sound branch oversees two categories, for achievement in sound mixing, the branch nominates "ad astra", "ford versus ferrari", "joker" "1917," and "once upon a time in hollywood." >> you feel okay? okay. these are the nominees for achievement in sound editing.
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"ford versus ferrari", "joker," "1917," "once upon a time in hollywood" and "star wars: the rise of skywalker." was your son rooted for "star wars"? >> my son told me "star wars" or come home in shame, dad. >> well -- >> here are the nominees for the original score voted by the music branch. "joker," "little women," "marriage story,"
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"star wars: the rise of skywalker." we're doing good i think. >> we're doing great. the short films and feature animation branch oversees the short film categories for best animated short film. here are the nominees. "dcera (daughter)," "hair love," "kitbull," "memorable," and "sister." do you have a sister? >> i do not. >> i won. >> for best live action short film, the branch nominates "brotherhood," "nefta football club," "the neighbors' window," "saria," and "a sister." i don't have a sister by the way. >> okay. i'm sorry for you.
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now for another acting category, the nominees for performance by an actor in a supporting role are tom hanks in "a beautiful day in the neighborhood." anthony hopkins in "the two popes." al pacino in "the irishman." joe pesci in "the irishman." and brad pitt in "once upon a time in hollywood." >> wow. a bunch of no-names right there. we still have more nominee announcements. we'll be back at exactly 5:30. >> okay. that was 5:30 pacific time. for everybody that's freaking out right now. >> wow. lunch and everything. >> no jennifer lopez. >> i am shocked. i'm really surprised they have overlooked jennifer lopez. i thought she would be nominated and she's not, and it's a sad day for new york.
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child of the bronx not chosen. big surprise. >> we have been saying brad pitt is on a roll, but he has tough competition for supporting actor. >> brad pitt does have tough competition but this is his year. he is going to win. i am predicting that now, but i'm going to say al pacino and joe pesci when they go up against each other, two legends. they're in the same film, and we've seen this before. they cancel each other out. brad pitt has won an oscar before for producing "12 years a slave." he's never won an acting oscar. so this could be a big win for him. jennifer lopez, i'm shocked. chris and i looked at each other. jennifer lopez has never had an oscar nomination. >> never won any kind of award. no grammy, nothing. >> right. so i'm sad for j-lo. >> we're sorry, j-lo. i love you. >> laura dern has been cleaning up in that category. >> it's a perfect role for her in "marriage story" because it takes her sweetness and gives her bite. i think she's the favorite. >> thank you both very much. a lot of nominations still to come. we have best actor, best actress, best director of course, of course the big one as well, best picture. we'll be back with those.
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good monday morning. fog through the morning commute. by the afternoon hours, it will be dry until about 5:00 in the north bay light to moderate rain. exiting by tomorrow morning with a few scattered showers. that's a one on the impact storm scale. heavy rain for thursday's morning commute. it will be much harder to get around there. kumasi? >> thanks, mike.
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we'll have another abc news update in 30 minutes or so. you can always find us on our abc 7 news app and at [ cheers and applause ] ♪ back here on "gma," very exciting monday morning. we have a wonderful decked out audience with us as well because it's the oscar nominations. just moments ago we found out that scarlett johansson got her very first oscar nomination. she could secure another one in just a moment. let's go back to the theater at the academy museum of motion pictures for the second round. ♪ >> for those just joining us, good morning, and for those watching, welcome back. you already know us. the academy's documentary branch
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oversees two categories. first, the nominees for best documentary feature. "american factory," "the cave cave," "the edge of democracy," "for sama," a and "honeyland." and here are the nominees for best documentary short subject. "in the absence," "learning to skateboard in a warzone," "life overtakes me," "st. louis superman," and "walk, run, cha-cha." >> this is the best collection of titles right there.
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>> yeah. >> the newly renamed best international feature film award is voted on by academy members across all branches from around the world, and the nominees are "corpus christi," poland. "hon "honeyland," north macedonia. "les miserables," france. "pain and glory," spain, and "parasite," south korea. [ applause ] >> the production design branch nominates these films for achievement and production design. "the irishman," "jojo rabbit rabbit," "1917," "once upon a time in hollywood,"
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and "parasite." i used to do production design. >> no way. >> i didn't, yeah. >> you lied to me. god. here are the nominees for achievement in film editing voted by the academy's film editor's branch. "ford v. ferrari," "the irishman," "jojo rabbit rabbit," "joker," an and "parasite." >> hey. >> wow. great. for achievement in cinematograp cinematography, the cinematograph cinematographer's branch nominates the following films, "the irishman, irishman," "joker," "the
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lighthouse," "1917," and "once upon a time in hollywood." [ applause ] you got this? we're doing great. we're killing it. >> are we? >> nominate us. >> i like that talk. the academy's visual effects branch nominates the following films for achievement in visual effects. "avengers: endgame," "the irishman," "the lion king king," "1917," and "star wars: the rise of skywalker." >> dang. wins again. killing it. for achievement in makeup and hair styling, the members of this branch nominate the following films. "bombshell," "joker," "judy,"
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maleficent: mistress of evil," and "1917." >> hair show. best animated feature film is voted on by the short films and feature animation branch as well as members of the animation community across all branches. here are the nominees. "how to train your dragon: the hidden world," "i lost my bod " body," "klaus," "missing link," and "toy story 4." >> hey. [ applause ]
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for achievement in original song, the music branch nominates "i can't let you throw yourself away" from "toy story 4," "i'm going to love me again" from "rocketman," "i'm standing with you" fro from "breakthrough," "into the unknown" from "frozen ii," a and "stand up" from "harriet." >> the writer's branch oversees two categories. first, here are the nominees for writing adapted screenscreenpla. "the irishman," steven
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"jojo rabbit," taika waitit i kwk jot joker," and "little women." >> greta slipped in there. >> and the members of the branch nominate "knives out," rian johnson, "marriage story," noah baumbach, "1917," sam mendes and krysty wilson-cairns, "once upon a time in hollywood" quentin tarantino, and "parasite," bong joon ho, hand jin wan. >> a lot of names. i'm so proud of you. for performance by an actor in a leading role, the nominat
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nominates antonio banderas in "pain and glory," leonardo dicaprio in "once upon a time in hollywood," adam driver in "marriage story," joaquin phoenix in "joker," and pryce in "the two popes." >> for performance by an actress in a leading role, the actor's branch nominates cynthia in "harriet," scarlett johansson in "marriage story," saoirse sao ronan in "little women," charlize theron in "bombshell," and renee zellweger in "judy."
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>> for achievement in directing, the director's branch of the academy nominates "thehehehehehe irishman," martin scorsese, "joker," todd phillips, "1917," sam mendes, "once upon a time in hollywood," quentin tarantino an and "parasite," bong joon ho. >> nice. >> i did it. >> you did it. >> thank you so much. congratulations to those men. and finally, all voting members of the academy have nominated the following films for best picture. >> "ford v. ferrari," peter chernen, jennno topping and james mangold. >> "the irishman," martin score
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z says zi, jane rosenthal and emma tillinger. >> "jojo rabbit," carthew neilhi and taika waititi. >> "joker,"oker,"oker,"oker,"ok" >> "little women," amy pascal, producer. >> "marriage story," noah baumbach and david heyman, producers. >> "1917," sam mendes, pippa haram. >> "once upon a time in hollywood," david heyman, shannon mcintosh and quentin
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tarantino, producers. >> and "parasite, " sisin jai and bong joon ho, producers. >> we did it. okay. >> congratulations to all the nominees. >> thank you everyone for joining us, and watch to see who wins the gold at the 92nd oscars, february 9th. we did it. [ cheers and applause ] >> they both did a good job. how about issa rae with that shade there? congratulations to the men in directing. again, all women shut out with that. >> that's correct. no greta gerwig there. >> we're going to digest all this. we have much more to talk about when we come back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you can't put wings on a car. you can't see an accident coming. or walk away from one like this. you can't make a car talk. - how can i help you?
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we are back now with the oscar nominations. by got some surprises, some snubs and surprises maybe even, but "the joker," got the most nods. chris connelly and "variety's" elizabeth wagmeister here to break it down. we were watching you two go at it every time an announcement was made. what are the biggest shockers? >> you go all "y" chromosome on best director. i know somebody will be left
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out, but i don't understand why greta gerwig is not in that category. i would have put her in instead of todd phillips. >> absolutely. there's only been five women nominated in the best director's category. only one win, katherine bigelow. greta gerwig was nominated for "lady bird," but huge shock, and there will be head lines. >> i was disappointed. i was pulling for adam sandler. his role in "uncut gems," brilliant acting. >> sandler and j-lo can throw a party, and beyonce can come by too. they're well known people who might not have heard what they were hoping to hear this morning. best actor is also a ten-car pileup. all the nominees are outstanding. you can't deny that. >> how about scarlett johansson? two shots. >> double nominee, supporting and also best actress. now this has not happened since 2007. cate blanchett was a double
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nomin nominee. this is huge news for scarlett johansson because her first nominations ever, and she got two out of the gate. >> she'll have two written speeches and joaquin won't have any. >> we'll take another quick break and be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ to deal with the problem.icians but they wouldn't. so we took it to the voters and forced big tobacco to pay its share of healthcare costs. we fought oil companies for new clean air laws and closed a billion dollar corporate tax loophole to fund public schools. by going directly to the people
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this category. >> and cynthia erivo in the best actress category. >> this was a welcome surprise. people were gunning for her, but this was a stacked category. now the good news is that means we're seeing some diversity in the acting nominations. we just saw the bafta awards out of 20 nominations, they were all white actors, and cynthia erivo recently spoke to us at "variety," spoke out against that. this is a real welcome surprise for her. she said she won't perform at bafta because of the nominee, but there is a ton of diversity across the board. >> best song too. >> multitalented. >> very much so, and we might see her perform at the oscars too. >> can i ask you a quick question? "rocketman," do you think it was the "bohemian rhapsody" factor? >> everybody loved rami, and renee zellweger is your favorite for judy garland. it was just a jammed category, and just lost out as a result. >> he spoke out, taron egerton backstage, and he said the movie
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came out so early that they have a tendency sometimes, and that's the death nail for some of the performances and movies, people forgot about it. they came out in may. >> it's hard when you are going up against a guy playing a pope. >> what about the little movie that could now? "parasite". >> yeah. [ applause ] >> it's done so well, but they are excited about their chances. >> everybody is so excited about "parasite," now a foreign film has never won for best picture. it's nominated. a lot of critics think that it could win. hbo also just optioned it for a series. we might see a "parasite," series, so that would be very cool, but i think when you look at best picture, you know, you're just talking about when these films are released very early, people forget about it. the opposite effect what we're going to see is with "1917." that just came out, and that's top of radar for the academy, and got a huge box office boost this weekend. >> number one. >> yeah, number one. [ applause ] >> it's going for both best
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foreign film and best picture? >> it's the likely winner for international film, but the great thing about "parasite," is its tribute to world cinecinecie 20 years ago, they would have went with a sitcom, and we have a true version of "parasite." it's a phenomenal movie. >> both of you, what is the headline for you? >> i think the headline number one is female directors snubbed. i think another headline is j-lo and beyonce are snubbed, and then i think another headline which we spoke about, yay for cynthia erivo, but not a ton of diversity. we were just talking about oscars so white. >> you have the two poles, east coast and west coast. martin scorscorsese, and they'l well, and we'll see how they do on oscar day. >> any predictions? >> it's early. i just hope they all show up. >> please do.
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>> well, the best actress category is really another one. charlize theron, saoirse ronan, synth in erivo, renee zellweger, scarlett johansson. >> judy garland performance makes zellwegmake renee zellweger the leader in that category, but charlize theron was great in "bombshell." >> she walks on the screen, and you say, oh man. >> she has a way of ding thoing. she metamorphosises into whatever character she's playing. >> and they did a great job with the makeup. >> it will be exciting. action-packed everybody. you can catch the 92nd annual -- >> where? >> academy awards right here on abc, february 9th, and don't forget february 10th, we will still be up. we will be there with our "gma" oscars after party. you don't want to miss it.
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good morning. i'm kumasi aaron from abc 7 mornings. here's mike nicco with our forecast. good morning, mike. >> good morning, kumasi. 55 to 58 degrees. tonight we've got a level one with light to moderate showers in the heart of the bay by midnight but out of the bay by about 7:00 tomorrow we'll just have some random showers for the rest of the day. we've got a stronger storm, that's going to wreck thursday morning's commute. how about this morning, jobina? >> that sigalert in san bruno has cleared. we have no crash debris or anything on the ground there. that is southbound 101 past 380. but just to let you know, the speeds are low. expect delays.
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