A Look at How People Vent With Anger Rooms on 'GMA'

"GMA" explores unique ways that people let out their anger, plus the anchors discuss losing things in plain sight.
8:28 | 11/29/16

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Look how low my chair is. What happened? I'm at the kids' table. Ki come to the adult table? I'm going to come up. Now I'm good. Thank you. Hi, everybody. You know, we have a very enthusiastic happy audience here, but how many of you have ever been so angry that you felt like doing this? Check this out. Oh, yeah. It reminds me of the scene from "Office space" you know what I'm saying but there are things call rage rooms where you go in and you pay to just smash stuff. There we are. "Office space" right there and just smash stuff. But they're springing up around the country, Canada, as well. Spontaneously every once in a while. Here at "Gma" but I'm curious, would you pay money to go somewhere just to smash things. 100%. Really? Yes. So cathartic. I do -- Better doing that right there. I love watching it, I felt better. Watching people get their rage out feels good. No one agrees with me? Well, for me, for me -- the tennis court is my rage room. Go out on a tennis court when I can -- I won't play against you. I pay pore court time. You got paid to be the rage room on the football field. Yeah. But that was a different -- that was controlled rage. That was necessary -- It must have felt good. Feels good -- It felt good to hit somebody and hear them go uuhh. I want to hit an inanimate object. You were a little too excited. Whoa, robach, calm down. This whole table needs to learn how to meditate. He's the only one that said I would not need to swing a bat. 20 to 500 bucks. That's a custom experience. Make the room however you want and they have couples, couple rooms. That's dangerous. They have -- they videotape it so you can take it home and watch you get your anger out. Do you know what you get for 500 bucks. What do you get? I'm pretty sure you get whatever you want for 500. I have an idea. I think it's funny. During the election they destroyed a lot of mannequins of the candidates, by the way. No, I'm just saying people were so upset at everything they would take their anger out. Keep it in the rage room. But what if you went in with your spouse and did the couples package and had their dummies set up as you? That's not good. You might need to go to therapy. You may need to learn to meditate like George. All right. So we'll go from rage rooms to a really cute video. How about that? We can all feel happy right now. In fact, this is one of the cutest. Aidan seems to have misplaced his goggles at the water park. Take a look at what happened. What do you mean. I need my goggles. Where are they? Um, somewhere. Open your hand. What do you need? What are you looking for. My goggles. Where are they? I don't know. I thought you had them. Oh. One of the reasons why I think it's probably extra funny we've all done something similar, right? Looking for something and it's in your hand the entire time. Sun glasses on your head. Sunglasses. Phone in the back pocket. We've literally been talking on it. I can't find my phone. Wow. The stressful week. I kneed one of those rooms. Cute when you're 8. When you're our age it's not cute. Yeah, now we start thinking. Ready for a special guest. Let's welcome our special guest. You know her starring with will Smith in "Collateral beauty." Please welcome naomie Harris. Hi there. Hey. Hi. Nice to see you. Hey, guys. From money penny to now working with Will Smith. Tell us about the experience. Oh my gosh. It was a nightmare. It was a real nightmare. No, I told will this story about how I -- in one of the first movies I had ever done I turned up at the premiere and replaced by another actress in the movie and so I stupidly told will this story so in between takes he would say to me, you know, you're going to be replaced. You're going to go. You're going to turn up at the cinema and it's going to be Keira knightley playing your role. That was my life on set with will. Big brother. Yeah, he is. He loves to torment me, it's great. You've always wanted to be an actress. Yes. Yeah, I've been acting since I was 9 years old. What was the inspiration? 21 years. I don't know where it came from. I just always spent hours in front of like the mirror trying to make myself cry, pretending I was different people. Doing different accents. I don't know. My mum just started thinking I was crazy. Yeah, that's an actress. That's the right answer. You say you sat in front of mirror to make yourself cry. I watched a movie last night that made me cry. There's no replacing you in this movie, by the way, will -- there's no way he can do that. Really it's a great film. Incredible film. It's like -- it's the perfect holiday movie because it reminds us about the importance of family and love and connection and, you know, it's really inspiring. Really beautiful. And making the most of every minute. Yeah. Exactly. Really celebrating the time you have instead of worrying about what you don't have. You guys want to see a little bit of it? Yeah. Trying to fix my mind. You lost a child, Howard. It'll never be fixed. Wow. I know, and, yes, that is very deep and this is an emotional movie but I promise you it is also -- you finish the movie and you feel really good. You want to go and sort of enjoy each moment. So thank you for a terrific performance. Thank you. And I understand that we share a bond. We do? What? "The hills are alive." Oh. Oh, my gosh. Yes. The best movie of all time, right? It really is. Look, I cued this up for you. In hopes you might sing with me. Oh, my. Do you want to do a sing-along? Should we? Ready, one, two, three. ??? The hills are alive ??? ??? oh, no, it's just me. She'll go on on her own. That made my morning. Thank you very much. I love it. Happens to me all the time. I would like to say that I believe that Julie Andrews must have inspired you. You watched that movie as a kid. Your performances are so layered and different as are Julie's always but do you think -- is she one of your main inspirations. I think so definitely. I watched that movie like all the time as a kid. I can tell by your beautiful singing. I was waiting for you to just go with it and then I would join in later. I have such a terrible singing voice. It's awful. I wish I had gotten that from the movies, learn how to sing. I'm sure you could do it. More James bond for you? I hope so. I really hope so. James bond fans, I really hope so. There's no news so far. No news if Daniel is coming back or what's happening so -- I bet he's coming back. I hope you are too. Thanks for coming in today. "Collateral beauty" hits theaters December 16th.

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