Transcript for Ashley Judd 'Blessed' to Return in 'Dolphin Tale 2'
Great to have our friend Ashley Judd with us this morning. She's starring in "Dolphin tale 2." She's speaking to the daughter of winter's doctor. What if I came to work and place was empty? Room after room, no patients. A bunch of bored doctors because everybody was fip. No need for surgery. No sick people. No one's here honey, because they want to be. They're here because they need to be. I assure you no one stays one minute longer than they have to. Talk to your dad. You kids take us by surprise. You grow up so stinking fast. Boy, how true is that. Welcome back. Thank you, good morning. You say you feel blessed to have this role again. Oh, so blessed. Absolutely. What fwragrabs you about it? So many things. Initially, what leaps to mind is the fact that as humans, we sometimes do foolish and selfish things that hurt animals. But we have such compassion and ingenuity and help to restore them to their native's habitats. Winter wouldn't be able to survive in the wild because she doesn't have a tail. The fact that she's willing to live with this prosthesis and has such grace she's an inspiration to people all over the world. It's joyful to be part of that. Winter cannot live alone. His mother dies. And this introduces hope. The name hope has so much meaning. Winter has hope. Obviously, the season, winter has hope, because spring comes. Winter the dolphin has hope. We all have hope. That is a credit to Charles martin smith, the director of the film. One of the Twitter questions we got, was it difficult framing the dolphins and actors to be able to shoot together. That's part of his job. Winter is a camera hog. It's like, hello, there's two-leggeds in this movie. She loves being the center of attention. Great cast. Harry Connick, Chris christopherson, Morgan Freeman. And the beautiful children. Tell us about the aquarium. What is the first movie and now the second meant for that? It's meant that we as audience members and animal lovers have helped increase the number of animals they have been able to help and return to the wild. Cma is the real deal. It was a somewhat crummy mom and pop operation in the beginning. They've got increased facilities. The capacity to expand their science. I'm glad they tolerate me. I'm in the way when I go there. Being able to see what goes on behind the scenes is fascinating, too. Because they just have wipe boards full of the names of animals that they're helping. The movie is not about those animals. Their work is extensive. They're doing great work. Thank you, Ashley. Thank you, George. Coming up, a important lesson to teach your kids about
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