Sneak peek at Will Smith as Venus and Serena Williams’ father in new biopic

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
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Transcript for Sneak peek at Will Smith as Venus and Serena Williams’ father in new biopic
Mr. Will Smith. From the "Fresh prince" to king Richard. That is the title of will's upcoming biopic based on the father of Serena and Venus Williams. Here's will on the set playing the dad who ambitiously began teaching his young daughters tennis in Compton, California, determined to make them champions even though he had no professional training in the sport and here's your first look at the young actors playing Venus and Serena on the set as well. The film which is being produced by Smith is set to hit theaters November 25th. I did not know that. That's what I'm here for. Thank you. All the news that pops. More box office news, Chris Evans could be trading in his captain America shield for dental tools. "The Hollywood reporter" says he's in negotiation to star in an all-star remake of "Little shop of horrors" as the sadistic dentist. Chris grew up in musical he said many times he'd love to find the right part. While it hasn't been confirmed Chris did just tweet an emoji of a tooth. There you go, investigative reporting, George. And, by the way, the dentist, again, a clue. No, early reports say Taran Egerton and Scarlett Johansson are in talks to play Seymour and Audrey and Billy porter already signed up to be the voice of Audrey 2, the man-eating plant at the center of the story, feed me. I know. The '60s cult classic film was adapted into a Broadway musical and movie starring Rick moranis. He played the dentist in 1986. Production on this version expected to start this summer. You are cooking. Wow. Very talented singer, yes. Hey, calling all seniors. Looking for love, the producers of "The bachelor" want to meet you. Last night during the fantasy suite episode Chris Harrison voiced a casting call saying they are, in fact, looking for energetic men and women in their golden years. "The Hollywood reporter" confirms the successful franchise is producing a show that will cater to men and women 65 years and older. Yeah, yeah. Get ready for some drama for your grandmomma. Will pop-pop pop the question? We'll find out. Rob mill confirmed the news saying give us your grumpiest old men. Chris Harrison responded to rumors. The possible spin-off saying, hey, everyone deserves love and, Chris, we think so too. No word yet on a name or an air date but we will be watching. I think it's a great idea. You guys, if you're interested, you know somebody go to abc.com/casting. Mom, I'm thinking about it. Oh. The drama still the same as it would be for -- Oh, yes. Maybe it's better. I want to watch. I think it'll be amazing. And I do think there's so many people that look for love at all ages. I love this idea. I am in. And that's "Pop news," everybody.

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