Entertainment this Morning with Gary and Bristol Friday, February 3
Six days a week, Gary and Bristol get up before the sun shines to bring you the latest from Nashville, New York City and Hollywood with Entertainment this Morning!
New in theaters this weekend you’ve got the movies Rings and The Space Between Us. Out on limited release you’ve got the Oscar nominated documentary I Am Not Your Negro. Also out on limited release is the Robert DeNiro movie The Comedian, horror flick Eloise and a movie about Nashville called Wheeler.
I’ll never forget last summer’s Geek’d Con. We had Tara Reid as a guest and while she was sweet, goodness, she was a hot mess. Of course, that was just after the release of the 4th Sharknado movie. Just so you know, they’re not done. Tara and Ian Ziering are back! Sharknado 5 is already in the works.
Luke Bryan’s buddies are all hitting him up to find out how long it’s going to take for him to sing the National Anthem this Sunday for the Super Bowl game so they can place prop bets. Luke won’t say. He says the song normally takes a little over 2 minutes to sing but it all depends on how nervous he is. He says, "I'm gonna walk out there and follow my heart and follow the vibe of the room. I may get out there and go, 'I'm about to pass out. I need to get this thing over quick.' Or, I may get out and feel good in the moment and try to milk it a little bit." I’m not sure if this will speed him up or slow him down, but Luke will be singing a cappella.
Dierks Bentley wants to make sure that all of his fans get a great concert experience so before every show, he goes out and sits in the cheap seats and imagines how he’ll connect with that person.