Edward Snowden Responds to 'Snowden' Movie Trailer

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
2:10 | 04/28/16

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Transcript for Edward Snowden Responds to 'Snowden' Movie Trailer
We'll do some "Pop news" and begin with your first look at Joseph gordon-levitt as Edward Snowden and no one is more excited than Snowden himself about this movie. The whistle-blower tweeted a link to the new movie's trailer saying two two minutes and 39 seconds everyone at the NSA just stopped working. Edward, really do you think they did? He's confident, that young man. As for oliver stone, he's set to tell his personal story, Snowden is due to come out in theaters on September 16th. Apparently he sounds exactly like him. Exactly. It's like verbatim. Yes. He's got the voice named apparently. The film, I mean, it's classic oliver stone. Yes. So good subject. Come on in, Ging. They usually make me wait. Never. I would never make you wait, my friend. Meanwhile, also in "Pop news" this morning, a 23-year-old new Yorker is discovering that he is practically the star of Adam Sandler's film "The do over" alongside the arc. Not only is the physical resemblance uncanny, his name is max Kessler, the name of his character in the movie. The real-life kegs ler tells us he first found out about this coincidence when this buddies showed him the film's trailer and called a bunch of friends to find out if he was being punk'd. No, just a coincidence, one that Sandler got a kick out of and invited him to the premiere. Isn't that funny? Finally in "Pop news," it is thirsty Thursday, America. Is that a thing. Of course it's a thing. I just made it up so now it's a thing. Isn't that every day. I'm sure we could do -- Alliteration. We'll think about it. Today, though, is thirsty Thursday. I'm sure you've heard the expression drunk as a skunk. Well that's what this guy was. When workers found him, look very closely, he was drunk as a raccoon. The little fellow was stumbling around a beer warehouse. Oh, no. Listen to the workers who found him. Oh, this raccoon is drunk. So today we coined a new

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