him and clifton collins, casey affleck, kate that winslet. >> jimmy: wood yip haralson is in the movie also. it is very good to see you. i'm sorry no one here can hear anything we're saying. you're very understanding. [ applause ] "triple 9" opens in theaters friday. and when we return, music from >> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by t they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's riggedt by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, st message test text1 underline test text1 italics test text >> jimmy: i'd like to thank ellen pompeo, norman reedus and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next but first, his album
. >> jimmy: woody harrelson, kate winslet, casey of a fleck. >> yeah, great cast. >> jimmy: did you hang, spend must have time -- >> we did. woody i had not met before. >> jimmy: you hadn't, okay. >> no, and i love that man so much. i'm actually in my trailer watching on this film, i'm watching "out of the furnace." it's the most intense, darkest movie you could possibly watch. woody just plays an absolute psychopath. i get a knock on the door. i pause the tv. and it's of woody just screaming, making a psychotic face. and i answer the door and it's woody. you know, and just -- cargo super happy. cannot stop smiling. he asks if he can come in my trailer. i say yes. he comes in. he's just giving me nothing but love. saying, "my god, i love you so much, you're so great, breaking bad is so fantastic." i'm looking at woody, then i'm looking at the tv paused on his face, just screaming. and he's looking around. he sees himself screaming. and he looks back at me. i'm like, i'm sorry, i'm not a stalker weird guy. i just happened to be watching your film, then you knocked and i paused. and this i
casey goa 16. jeb bush is right there. ted cruz a lisbon -- 11. we are watching those numbers marie: i am sure there wait -- they are waiting for some news. jack: you do these things a few times and you walk and it is like walking into a house. you get a feeling, is this a nice house or not such a nice house and this does not feel very happy right now. this is not what they hoped for our what they expected. the candidate chris christie said a couple of weeks ago as he got his but kicked here to paraphrase, he was going to not go any further. that may not be what happens here. it does not look good. today he said the numbers were unpredictable but he also said internal polling was looking good. that was the debate on saturday night. if you finish his past three or four you have to wonder what the future will be. he was hoping for 2 and made that clear earlier today. it is still early but this does marie: unfortunately they have the same sort of feeling with janet wu who is with the clinton campaign. already calling for bernie sanders. they are tryi
at: how -- ed: how important it is -- is it for bush, casey coming christie -- jeb bush, john kasich, and chris christie? rick: those governors will be on the outskirts. marco rubio -- he had a surprising third fission -- finish in iowa. he is trying -- trying to line up establishment support. i would expect a fight among those three versus -- with rubio getting a good deal of heat. it is still important for those governors -- they have been so invested in this state, working it so hard. they need to finish ahead of the other guys. it could be that two candidacies tuesday. ed: things are tightening of the new hampshire with the clinton search and nationally with a sanders surge. 48-72 hours? -- because went and is a hometown favorite. he has a big lead over clinton. gap. this is the statement famously delivered for her eight years it is the statement made her husband the comeback kid in 1992. it is almost like hillary is giving an opportunity for new hampshire voters to give her a second chance. voters nationally are seeing bernie for the second time. ed: thank you for joining us live
it stars chris pine, kraisy affleck and casey sherman. emily: the tooth fairy better leave some extra change for this one. randy: the creative way one boy pulled out a chomper, in eyepoppers. erika: new at 5:30. a weymouth firefighter accused of publicly denouncing a life-saving drug. the questions about a post suggesting some people should be left to die. and two women will be in court today for the conditions in this house. what police say they found inside. it's all ahead. weekdays at 4:30 a brand new year, a brand new newscast. newscenter 5 at 4:30. a fast-paced look at the day's biggest news stories from cindy: it is 5:23 here on your monday morning. welcome on in to the first morning of february. we are starting out at 45 degrees right now. about 10 degrees above our average high. we're heading into the 50's this afternoon. so it's a very warm start to this brand new month. take a look at the temperatures away from boston. we are just a little bit cooler out toward orange and keene, near the freezing mark this morning but a lot of 4
it stars chris pine and casey affleck. the film cost $80 million to make, so a $10 million start is not a fast start. so what was number one? that would be "kung fu panda 3." reid: they want something when three. heather: you have has -- you have had a chance to take it the into february. mike w.: it warms of a little bit and we get more daylight. we are running way behind with the extra day, we could make it up pretty quick. not this week. we start off with groundhog day.
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