Transcript for Early Look at Naomi Watts in Princess Diana Biopic
Everyone should say no. Thank you, amy. How about "pop news," lara. We have a "gma" exclusive to begin with. We showed you pictures of naomi watts in character. The trailer's about to come out. We're giving you our "gma" viewers, the very first look. Go for it. ♪ there she is. Watts, becoming diana, as the film cover final years of the people's ss' life and her secret love affair. The movie inspired by the book "diana: Her last love." It comes out this fall. And it being buzzed about all ready. We all watched her grow up. This is something we're going to be tough about. Does she do it exactly right? Right. Big decision to take os role. We'll be looking forward to that. We thank you for giving that to us. And oprah winfrey has spent her entire career listening to people's stories. Now, she's putting her money where her heart is. So passionate about honoring the contributions of african-americans to our nation, she's donating $12 million to the smithsonian for their new national museum of african-american history and culture. The museum will be adjacent to the washington monument. And it's scheduled to open in 2015. Stepping in. Stepping up. Leading the way and showing us how to do it right. And finally in "pop news, kw" what will humans look like in the future? A geneticist thinks he knows. In 20,000 years the britain will rown to make sense of an increasingly complex world. And communication will develop in the eyes. In 60,000 years. In 20,000. And hopefully we can fast forward to 60,000 years. The brain gets even bigger. So are the eyes. We're living in dimmer environments on space colonies, far from the sun. And 100,000 years, even larger eyes. T it like a stuffed animal that looks like that. A japanese cartoon characters. Darker skin pigment to protect us from harmful u.V. Rays. We're not going to be here. That's what we're here for at "pop news." Let's get the w from sam. Good morning, everybody.
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