Tom Cruise's Marathon Premiere Day for 'Edge of Tomorrow'

Michael Strahan reports the latest news in the "GMA" Pop News Heat Index.
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Transcript for Tom Cruise's Marathon Premiere Day for 'Edge of Tomorrow'
and "Pop news." Oh, we have "Pop news" to fill up the morning, George. Tom cruise is attempting a "Mission impossible" on Wednesday. Attending three film premieres in three countries, in a single day. He needs that Starbucks drink, all to promote "Edge of tomorrow." He walked the carpet early Wednesday morning. Then, the cast and crew landed in Paris for an afternoon premiere. After that, it was straight to New York City for a nighttime screening. Wow. And we're happy to report, he did it. 3,000 miles from London to Paris, to New York, in 1 day. Well done. A superhero. And it opens on June 6th. He will be too tired to actually go to see it. Again. And we have exciting news for all you young sports fans out there. The first ever kids choice sports award is coming up. And you get to decide who wins. And this year, it's all about who has the sickest moves, your favorite athlete. Like Tom Brady and Serena Williams. When you sack Tom Brady, he's quite comfortable to land on. Soft and cuddly. Wake up out there, new England, you patriots fans. Voting starts June 12th. And tune in July 17th to see who is going to get slimed. And you're hosting. I'm hosting it. Have any of you ever been slimed? I have never been slimed. It was a dream of mine as a child. We can make dreams come true. "Open Mike." Ginger gets slimed. Ginger -- that's going to happen now. We have to make that happen. And one of the busiest stories this morning, the kickstarter campaign to bring back the iconic "Reading rainbow." Amy, you know all about that, don't you? Crossing the $1 million mark just 11 hours after it started on Wednesday. Levar Burton put it up. Already over $1 million. Here's the memorable theme song. Check it out. You can sing along if you like. ? Butterfly in the sky I can go twice as high ? ? take a look it's in a book ? ? a "Reading rainbow" I can go anywhere ? I love it. I love it. I have no memory of that. You don't? No. Now, they're just rubbing it in, robin. Exactly. You guys remember it, right? I love that show. No. Next week, we're going to play the song again. And George will do the nae nae to it. The money would go towards funding new web episodes and special shows for classrooms. He's going to make the "Reading rainbow" available to kids everywhere. That is great news. It made you want to read. Or dance, in Michael's case. I did them both. I did them both. George, that's it. Ready to do some dancing this afternoon.

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