Daniel Day Lewis as Abraham Lincoln: Sneak Peek

Lara Spencer explains what has people buzzing on the "GMA" Pop News Heat Index.
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Transcript for Daniel Day Lewis as Abraham Lincoln: Sneak Peek
Good morning, everybody. You may remember we at "pop news" brought you the first pictures of daniel day-lewis in character as abe lincoln. Now, we can bring you the trailer for "lincoln," directed by none other than steven spielberg. This nation, under god, shall have a new birth of fremont. A government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth. I want more. The full trailer will debut in a google-plus hangout today. It's really remarkable. Oscar. Saying it right now. Big on the predictions today. It will air right here on the abc jumbotron, 7:00 p.M. Eastern, 4:00 pacific. "Lincoln" was produced by dreamworks and distributed by abc's parent company, disney, which is why we might have the first look. Just saying. Apparently I'm not the only one saying that making a "magic mike" sequel has to happen. Channing tatum, still believes in his amazing work in the film. That he will direct it, if he needs to. Steven soderberg, who directed the original, may retire, he's now saying. And channing says he is ready to step in and fill those chaps. He has an idea for the film. It's a road movie, where a bunch of strippers reunite. It's riveting, people. Riveting. Let's make it happen. Can I ask one question? Yes. What story has possibly not been told about "magic mike"? What's left to be told? You don't understand the subtle undertone? Steven soderberg retiring? That should have been -- we buried the lead, perhaps. He is talking about it, reportedly. And channing is ready to fill the chaps. Thankfully. Let's move on, shall we? As you know I love to cruise flea markets and hunt for buried treasure, so to speak. A woman at west virginia beat me to the holy grail of found fortunes when she bought a box full of stuff for $7. And there was a painting by a little-known artist named renoir. What? Yes. It was an 1879 pointing by renoir, missing since 1926. 7 painting, being sold at auction with an estimated between $75,000 and $100,000. It says renoir right there. Is it a fake? There's a million copies out there. Sometimes there will be -- a photo board. They'll put it on there. This one wasn't. It was the real deal. They believe that estimate's super low. It could go way higher. I'll brake for 100 grand. Exactly. Now you know why I do it. Finally, everybody, photo bombing, jumping into photos unexpectedly, often with the suspects being unaware has become a funny, new sport for friends and family, especially here at "gma." Don't you dare. I see you ready to go. Now, even the animal kingdom is becoming camera hogs with these photos capture, so very well. Is that a llama? Look at this one. Look at the seal in the corner. Furry friends, hamming it up, all in these photos. The pigeon blocking the beautiful scene in italy. This fish. These are trending on buzz feed. Good there. Love these. And we showed you that one last year. I believe that sloth there was the first to start this friend in the animal kingdom. That's "pop news." Thank you very much.

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