Transcript for Jennifer Lawrence Will Reportedly Play World War II Spy in 'The Last Goodnight'
Good luck. Thank you so much, rob. "Pop news," what do you think of the idea of Jennifer Lawrence, blonde bond? Oh, okay. Kind of nice, right? A twist on this. She's said to have the lead to be the main contender to play the lead in "The last goodnight." The book that doesn't come out until tomorrow has already been optioned. It tells the star of world war ii, a real-life secret agent, who used her looksened brain to help win the war. The cia used to give its new agent. The last person you say good night is the usually the most dangerous. Supposed to be a great book. Apparently that person was often Betty pack. Sounds like a very needy role. Also in "Pop news" this morning, no one wants to admit to sleeping on the job but what if your job paid to snooze. Employees at the insurance company Aetna are being offered bonuses if they can prove they get a solid seven hours of sleep a night. They're given fitbit to monitor their sleep. They're rewarded with cold, hard cash. The going rate is $25. Up $500 a year. That will help you get some sleep. The boss is giving his sleeping sound, too, the extra shy has improved productivity immensely at the company. That would stress me out. I have to get seven hours of sleep. Amy wants to win the sleeping competition. None of you guys are going to get the bonus. Unfortunately not. I think it's a great idea. His company is really into it. Terrific idea. Hint, hint. Also, who knew one watermellon us plus 700 rubber bands equals internet gold. Live stream event. They basically kept putting rubber bands on the watermelon. The watermelon eventually exploded. 95050 million people have watched that. That's more viewers than "Survivor" gets. Watching a watermelon explode. Ratings juggernaut right here on "Good morning America." Come on, America. More people tuning in already. That's "Pop news." Coming up -- the amazing story behind this photo.
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