Transcript for 366 feature films eligible for Academy’s best picture award
Makes for easy kitchen cleanup. First we head to Lara with "Pop news." Hello, Lara. Hi. We begin with oscars history being made. Still two months before the big show and it already allowed a whopping 366 films to be eligible for best picture. This is more movies than they have allowed in the last 50 years. The number so high for a couple of reasons, first the Oscar eligibility season was extended by two months this year and the criteria for movies to qualify was relaxed giving more films the chance to be seen during the pandemic. Stay tuned to see who will make the cut during the live oscars nomination ceremony airing right here on March 15th and then the big show airs on ABC on April 25th. And check out this painting by Vincent van gogh. If you don't recognize it that's because it's been in a private family collection for over 100 years. Very different than what we're used to seeing. This is called "Street scene" painted in 1887. It's allowed to be seen on public display for the first time ever ahead of its auction next month. The family is finally deciding to part wit. First it will hang in Amsterdam then Hong Kong and then finally where it was made in Paris, France. Sotheby's estimates its value between 6.1 and 9.8 million. Worth taking a look. Finally a Florida real estate agent is getting creative to sell what she's fully willing to admit is the worst house on the street. Maybe in the neighbor. Here are some of my favorite lines from this honest listing. She writes and I quote, have you ever watched HGTV and thought I could do that? If so then pack up your tape measure. The three-bedroom is open concept considering a bunch of the windows are broken and the roof is leaking. Oh, and the floor creeks. And there's a terrible draft. And I know you've heard of a detached garage but have you ever heard of a detached foundation because that's what you'll find here. And if you're looking for a house that screams I've got bizarre and ominous energy then, honey, stop the car. Don't forget about the brick chimney that epitomizes how we feel after 2020 about to collapse and going nowhere because there literally is no fireplace inside the house. What else can be said about this one of a kind opportunity. She goes on to say not interested in crying yourself to sleep every night then maybe you should just tear it down and build a brand-new house. The neighbors will thank you. The price tag on this gem, you guys, $69,000. Got to love her honesty. Maybe it'll sell by the end of the day. We'll see. We move to our "Gma" cover
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