Transcript for Melissa McCarthy Stars in Game Show-Themed Old Navy Commercial
Right here in "pop news" we BEGIN WITH melissa McCarthy. She is ready for black friday. Has her holiday sweater on. In a game show-style commercial for old navy. Name a thanksgiving meal. Nachos. Turkey nachos. It is really funny, as is everything she does. She's hilarious. So funny. You have to see the whole thing. She's just the best. Old navy got her to promote a million-dollar giveaway contest they have for black friday or brown thursday. And we have exclusive sneak peek this morning. The trailer for "son of god." The brand-new movie from the producers of "the bible," telling the story of jesus, beginning with his birth. Jesus of nazareth, you are charged with blasphemy. He has employed demons to heal. He threatened to destroy the temple. Tell us, are you the son of god? I am. Blasphemer. So compelling. "Son of god" in theaters in late february. You can see the whole trailer at goodmorningamerica.Com on yahoo! A major piece of hollywood history put on the auction block. The montiese falcon statue from the humphrey bogart thriller, commanded a price over $400 million. This is the one and only figurine used in the film. It's not the only to go top-dollar. The bat mobile went for $4 million. And rudy garland's slippers went for $2 million. But the falcon statue, over $4 million. That's why we break for yard sales. And finally, a dose of cute on this tuesday, like you need one with one direction here. Take a look at -- I didn't name him. His name is supertongue. He is an italian greyhound. But a woman in connecticut saw his pictures and had to have him. She flew to colorado and has his own facebook page. He is saying no to puppy mills. Super tongue. I try to use proper english, as you know. Why does it -- well, because he's missing a few teeth. Minor detail. He's a rescue. He is safe and happy. That's "pop news," everybody. Thanks, lara. Turn to the rumors around miranda lambert.
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