Transcript for 'Moana' Wins Thanksgiving Box Office Weekend
Okay. Oh, boy. "Pop news" time. Such great time for movies. Movie news. "Moana" made a huge splash at the box office. Brings in the number two Thanksgiving launch of all time. "Moana" raked in over $81 million, thanks in large part to Dwayne Johnson in the lead. Warren beatty's "Rules don't apply" and "Bad Santa 2" didn't do as well as predicted. I didn't see "Allied." Also in pop news, the buddy system. The postal department offering a new service. It's called an outdoor buddy plan. Postal workers are offering to take elderly people out for walks in the fresh air. It's all about reducing isolation. They can be arranged for about $15 for a 30-minute session. This comes on the heels of the post office announcing workers are available to mow laung during summer months. What a great idea. Think the post office is trying to raise revenue and also raise spirits. Not a lot of light in the day elderly people afraid to get out and walk. Something we could think about the. A teachable moment today. And finally, remember the golden ticket in "Charlie and the chocolate factory "? Of course. Bud light is offering a golden beer can. The prize? A chance to win super bowl tickets for the next 51 years. They're calling it the strike gold campaign. Great idea. A golden can in 18, 4, and 30-pax of bud light. Sorry, California, you're not get these. You can get involved in California. Different directions. Go onlined read. Honey, I had to buy three cases. I wanted a golden can. Each can give you a chance to enter. Not every can wins. That gives you a chance to win to it go the next 51 bowl. And if you don't get the final prize, six people will still win season tickets to their favorite NFL team games. Sit a brilliant marketing campaign. So fun. What could go wrong? I want adults to get on board. Of drinking age. I'm almost there. Sure. I think I won the golden takt. Any way, that's "Pop news" America. A nice finish. Tory Johnson here. Curl the deals and savings.
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