Hollywood stars co-found film school to benefit underserved communities

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Transcript for Hollywood stars co-found film school to benefit underserved communities
Thanks for being with us this Time for "Pop news" and good morning, Lara. Good morning to you, robin. We're going to begin with Hollywood stars coming together in support of education. George Clooney, Kerry Washington, don Cheadle along with Mindy kaling and Eva Longoria united to co-found a new film school for underserved communities in Los Angeles. The school is set to launch in the fall of 2022 as a magnet school for ninth and tenth graders, juniors and seniors will be add the 9 following year. The goal Clooney states is to start early. In addition to getting a great core education, teach kids about cameras, editing, visual effects, sound, all the career opportunities that the industry has to offer and also means internships that will lead to well-paying careers. Clooney, calling, Cheadle and Longoria will serve on the school's advisory board. More good news, Taylor Swift announcing she's ready to rerecord "Red." She expects it to be ready this last year she announced she would rerecord her first six albums after scooter Braun acquired the master recordings and encouraged fans to listen to these new, quote, Taylor's versions and not the ones that Braun owns. "Red" originally released in 2012 including "We never ever getting back together." I love that one and "I knew you were trouble." Remember when she was on "Gma." We were going crazy giving fans more than the original tracks. Are you ready? Tells fans she wrote 30 songs and now will share all of them. Taylor's version of "Red" drops November 19th available right now for preorder. Sounds like more than twice the Finally this morning, nothing like a little encouragement to get a kid to try new things and this little guy got it big time from his Austin, Texas, community. Watch as he is in a bit of a panic considering whether or not he should attempt his first jump- off a diving board. You can do it. You got it. Go for it. That is a big deal. The whole crowd at the pool cheering for the little fella. I think we have a new Penn state diver in the making? That was Lara's sport. You know a little about that, don't you, Lara? I sure do. This is my form. That was your form at Penn state? We are. All right, thank you, Lara. You can't go back. You see the line behind you. You can't go back. You got to go forward. Have you ever -- especially the first time on the high board. Oh, yeah, been there.

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