'Dallas Buyers Club' Makes the Most of $250 Makeup Budget

Lara Spencer reports the latest stories in the Pop News Heat Index.
3:00 | 02/20/14

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We'll call it the super-g. It'll be fun. As in don't. Time for "Pop news." We begin with the budget for the makeup on "Dallas buyers club" which shows Matthew mccon anyway and Jared Leto going from healthy to near death AIDS patients. The budget, the makeup, $250. $250 to transform the Oscar nominees sometimes five times a day and also manage hair and makeup for the rest of the cast. This it's all it was for the entire 28-day production. May not have been a lot but it sure was effective. Nominated now for an Oscar for best makeup. 250 total for -- Total. So like 9 bucks a day? For $28. Shot over 28 days. A wet and wild or what -- 28 days. For that makeup artist. Look at Jared let to. All of them and the movie is incredible. So we just wanted to say congratulations. Also in "Pop news," is it time to bid adieu to the beret. The circular cap that is -- Sacre bleu. For decades fashion gurus say maybe finis. Only one beret making company left in France and the number of berets made has gone from several million in the '80s to just 160,000 last year. Here at "Gma," we are getting behind the cause celebre and we say -- It can't be. Viva la beret. Viva la beret. As can you see we still have a couple of -- Pan back over. Pan back. You know what -- Yeah. Yeah. How can that go out of style? No way. I would say -- to way. I mean, that is -- It's not a beanie, it's a beret. That might have just -- that might have killed it all right there actually. Hard to defend it after that. That is the captain of our ship, the executive producer. Oui. Oui, oui monsieur. A dating app that connects people near each other even in antarctica. Tinder came through for one American scientist stationed on the Chile continent hoping there would be someone, anyone in the area looking for a date. He was ine away, a female researcher was looking for potential love. She was leaving the day after they met. He says though he thinks they'll cross paths. The company says this is their app's first match made in antarctica and that is "Pop

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