Transcript for Steven Spielberg fan letter changes young man's life
Now you don't want to miss "Pop news" with Lara Spencer. Supersized it today. Let's get right to it. Steven Spielberg in the news for changing the course of a young man's life. In honor of the 25th anniversary of "Jurassic park," Andrew bretus shared this story. He loved the original movie so much as a 9-year-old he asked his mom to help find Spielberg's address and requested to be in the sequel if there was one, Andrew got a letter back from Spielberg's production company explaining how film casting works and that he should get an agent and wished him great success. Guy, fast forward 25 years Andrew clearly took that advice to heart. He has acted in "Unbreakable kimmy Schmidt" and guess who was in the audience for that first episode of "Snl" he wrote, none other than Steven Spielberg. That's great. Andrew shared this picture of a raptor tattoo he put on the back of his leg in honor of that movie all those years ago that launched him on his path in life. That's amazing. The raptor. He's committed. He said his mom taught him if you have a dream, go for it. That letter that he wrote at 9 years old was the game changer so, kids, listen up. Awesome. Here's a story that touched my heart. For all of you planning on a rose day, get your wine glasses ready for takeoff. According to this, rose is the best wine to drink on a flight. Apparently, I know, it's the best wine to drink anywhere, Duh. Apparently the altitude though can mess with the tannins in red or white wines making them taste more acidic while young wines hold their flavor. What do you know? This news comes out of at the same time that news is being announced that they will be carried on all flights. Such a coincidence. Rose all day. Absolutely. And all night. Also pizza is in the news. Domino's making the world a safer place for its pizza, one pothole at a time. The company has now contracted a fleet of asphalt trucks and road rollers this, is real, in an initiative calling paving for pizza. So far they have fixed over 200 potholes in four U.S. Cities so pizzas can be delivered to customers without being overly jostled. I guess they were really looking for an innovative marketing strategy. This is it. Apparently they want to throw more dough at this project. Pun intended. Oh! Ding, ding, ding. Domino's is accepting requests for its next project on its website. Just go to -- The fdr. Yes, please. Check out their website if you want to request your city, pavingforpizza.com. The next time you see a sign for an estate sale or yard sale, I'm telling you, it could pay to pull over. Roll up your sleeve, take a look. Because things like what I'm about to tell you really happen. This vase found in an attic wrapped in newspaper stashed in a shoe box just sold for $19 million. What! At sotheby's in Paris, 12 inches tall, the porcelain vase hand painted dated back to the Ching dynasty. They knew it was old. They had no idea it was that valuable. When they brought it into the auction house they brought it in the subway and carried it in that same old shoe box. Wow. A good find. Whoo. Once again that is why you -- Brake for yard sales, people. If I may to that end in just a few minutes, we're going to do something on "Flea market flip" where you'll see people like Amy who have great eyes go to flea markets. It was fun. Amazing tips coming up. A lot to look forward to.
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