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(generated from captions) Hello, I'm Melissa Doyle, live from Canberra. to Australia. Barack Obama's historic visit The itinerary. The unprecedented security. at our new US alliance. And the Chinese jitters discussing the best way President Obama and I have been for the future of our militaries cooperating announce the President Obama so I'm very pleased to be able to What made Julia Gillard so nervous? the most powerful man in the world. The schoolkids who won over # Reach out for the sunrise # with Mel live in Canberra. This is a special edition of Sunrise # You can touch the Sunrise # and welcome to the national capital. Good morning, It is looking stunning, spick and span. We're here for the next 5.5 hours to the War Memorial to bring you President Obama's visit live across the country. and then his speech to Parliament, We'll also go live to Melbourne with his former caddie, as Tiger Woods comes face-to-face Steve Williams. pass judgment And Aussie 'Twilight' fans on 'Breaking Dawn: Part 1'. Woo! It was amazing! It was amazing. the movie's premiere overnight. Our cameras were at Now, Kochie's in Athens in the eurozone crisis. covering a crucial day are back at Brekky Central. And Nat and Beretts President's time here this morning. to bring you every step of the with Nat. And his visit leads our news, He's not here for a long time but he is very efficient and has lot to do. Good morning. As we wait for President Obama to Federal Parliament, to make his speech concerns China has already expressed about our new US military ties. in Canberra. Good morning, Alex. will be on our soil by 2016. 2,500 American troops What's China had to say? Morning, Nat, it said it is not happy at all. The Chinese government responded quickly to the announcement saying, " announcement saying, "It may not be appropriate to intensify and expand military alliances." That it is something China would not do ask it may not be in the interests of countries in the region. Indonesian has weighed in saying the anoubsment could create a vicious circle of mistrust unless it is explained

properly. President Obama denies the move is being made because the US fears China's growing military muscle but he did say the country must obey the global rules of the road which come with being an emerging superpower. What do we expect from What do we expect from the address to parliament? The Americans are describing it as his anchor address, his keynote speech t- tour. He will map out the greater US role in the region and will thank Australia forids friendship and support and to mark the 66th anniversary of the ANZUS alliance. not home at the moment. And it's just as well Barack Obama's at a White House window A bullet has been fired in Washington. from getting inside. Ballistic-proof glass stopped it found on the White House grounds An AK-47 assault rifle to the shooting. is thought to be linked Security has been stepped up. In other news, Victoria's nurses have been ordered to their industrial action to put a stop at least for the next 90 days. Last night, the protected industrial action, Fair Work Australia suspended the health and safety of patients. ruling it's affecting wages dispute now have three months Parties from both sides of the to reach a settlement. after appearing in court of their baby daughter. over the death was discovered on Tuesday The 4-month-old's body have been dead for more than a week. but it's believed the baby girl may and 19-year-old father The 17-year-old mother remain in custody. If you're struggling of owning your home outright, with the Aussie dream you're not alone. show New Bureau of Statistics figures to 33% over the past 15 years. outright ownership has slipped Latest research also shows of their income on housing costs. renters pay the highest proportion for Aussie 'Twilight' fans, The wait is over the movie series hitting our screens with the latest instalment of during the night. for the midnight release in Sydney, Dozens of people stayed up 'Breaking Dawn: Part 1'. eager to be among the first to see I'm very much into Twilight to this movie, and I am really looking forward for probably about over 400 days. um, I've been counting down love-triangle tension The latest film has plenty more vampire Edward Cullen between heroine Bella Swan, and Bella's werewolf friend. of the eurozone crisis, in Athens. Kochie's at the heart Finance news now, and

is roughly even this morning. The Finance news now, and the Dow Jones Nasdaq down 3 point. Look, London and Germany were down 8 and 20 points. Lucas Papademos has survived his confidence vote here in Greece after two days of voting to push through the austerity measures. Also, Mario Monti has appointed his cabinet in Italy for his stint. No politicians because no cabinet in Italy for his three-month politicians would agree to go into his cabinet. That is pretty significant. To our region yesterday, Japan closed down. Oil is at a five-month high. to the Americans. to Australia cosying up Morning. Craig James is at CommSec. Will this harm trade? It always bring as little diplomatic tension. Will it harm the trade links with China The short answer is no. Our trading relationship with China is super strong and will only get stronger over time. China is our largest trading partner and will continue to rise in importance and China, in the next five to ten years pass the US as the biggest economy on the planet. So China is very, very

important to Australia. As the other way around. Certainly China wants our iron ore, coal and base metals and we want its goods and that

relationship will grow over time. The countries will do whatever it takes for their own selfests and that is the same for whether it is the US, Australia or China. Thank you, Craig, just as well. See you tomorrow, time for sport. faces an agonising decision Michael Clarke Ricky Ponting on the future of former skipper against South Africa. ahead of tonight's second Test The Aussie captain is now a selector so Clarke effectively has the future of Ponting, and several other underperforming players, in his hands. We have pick a team that's going to try to take 20 wickets. We have to pick a team that's going to be positive and confident with the positive and confident with the bat as well. Mitchell Johnson is tipped to avoid the axe with Patrick Cummins likely to come in for Peter Siddle. The first Australian to be crowned World Athlete of the Year, Sally Pearson, isn't interested in basking in the glory of her historic achievement. The 25-year-old is already 5 weeks into an intense training program which will hopefully culminate in gold at the London Olympics. At the moment it's hard but I guess I'm enjoying it in a way, knowing that I'm training for the Olympics next year. Pearson will race at the Sydney Track Classic in February and has backed Usain Bolt's audacious bid to win five gold medals in London. Adam Scott's outspoken caddy, Steve Williams, has reignited his feud with Tiger Woods ahead of the Presidents Cup, which starts today at Royal Melbourne. In a television interview to air today Williams slams Tiger's highly publicised marital infidelities and says he hated being associated with that sort of activities. The pair will come face to face today. when Woods and Steve Stricker take on Scott and KJ Choi in a foursomes match. Let's have a look at today's weather. be prepared and live Claratyne clear. Now it's back to Mel in Canberra. It's very pretty here, guys, the sun is just coming up and Parliament House, which is looking is just coming up and hitting gorgeous this morning. gorgeous this morning.. When we come back - the highlight's of the President's speech last night. And, now you see her, now you see her wearing a whole new outfit. The Governor-General's quick change to impress Barack Obama. MAN: He had a... He had a great laugh. (LAUGHS) It was a loud laugh and he wasn't scared to laugh. And I loved... I loved the way Dad laughed. MAN 2: The tumour in his lung was so large, he couldn't walk straight. He was walking with a stoop and he would hang on to the top of a doorframe and try to stretch out because it was causing him so much pain. Trigg reminds me of Dad and the times we had growing up together. It's a place where everybody can go and just remember what Dad meant to them. And it's Dad's resting place.

Smoking will, without a doubt, devastate everybody who means everything to the smoker. # Can you pay my bills? Time to pay your bills. And congratulations to Hayley Hamlet from Queensland and Kate Rutherford from Tasmania. You've both scored $1,000 cash. You could get your bills paid too. Tomorrow we're giving away $1,000 every 30 minutes. Just SMS your full name and address to 1970 0774. More winners soon. Now here's Mel. The US President has a busy day ahead. But last night he was able to relax at a state dinner held in his honour. Sunrise correspondent Edwina Bartholomew has more from here in Canberra. Good morning, Eddy. Did it all go to plan? Not haour how relaxed he was? It was a very Joelial occasion by all accounts, a chance for leaders to let their hair down and relax a bit. As you say, there were 600 guests in the great hall. Even Julia Gillard got frocked up wearing a sequined jacket and they dined on Australian delicacies fit for a President. Politicians, business leaders and academics turned out for the big event in honour of the US President. The official party was welcomed to the dinner by a trumpet fanfare. (FANFARE) The national anthems were then performed by the Australian Girls Choir. They were well practised, after singing for the Queen last month. Aboriginal elder, Janette Phillips, followed with the traditional welcome. And she made sure the Americans knew their place. We live, without a doubt, in the most wonderful country on earth bar none. (LAUGHTER) Then it was time to eat. Among those seated on the 'King's Table' were Australia's Ambassador to the US, Kim Beazley, US Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich and Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd. And on the menu - lamb with a macadamia and thyme crust pan-fried jewfish and a good old Aussie pavlova to finish it all off. Let's hope the President had a clean plate. Julia Gillard promised Michelle Obama her husband wouldn't go hungry. So the only answer to that was to ensure you had a hardy meal and to make sure that there were 600 to 700 witnesses so that Michelle will know that we have been feeding you well while you're here . But the Prime Minister also had a more serious message. You come to our country with all of the honours due to a head of state, you come as an ally, as a partner and as a friend. Her sentiments were reiterated by Opposition Leader Tony Abbott. Millions of Australians took pride in your election as President because it showed that American could live up to its dreams and that Americans were capable of judging people on the content of their characters rather than the colour of their skin. When it was Barack Obama's turn to speak the US President highlighted the strong ties between the US and Australia before having a crack at Aussie slang. When Julia and I meet we listen to each other, we learn from each other, it's not just a lot of earbashing - that's a good one, earbashing, I can use that in Washington. It was the end of a very long day for the President who touched down in Canberra earlier that afternoon. And today is set to be just as busy. Barack Obama will spend an action-packed morning in Canberra before flying to Darwin then onto Bali tonight. Now, the US President may tease us about our Australian accent but there lot of talk about the way he pronounces Julia Gillard's name like the bird, galah. But it wouldn't be teasing if they were weren't team-mate. Run us through the agenda? His first official engagement will be here at the War Memorial around nine o'clock where he will lay a wreath, all five US Presidents have been to Australia have made a wreath, all five US Presidents who stop here. Then he will return back to where you and made his address to parliament and it has been call by the White House his anchor speech of the trip. Then on totoo a local parliament and it has been call said

school. When Julia Gillard was in Washington she visited a local school so a reciprocal visit. And then he will plant a tree at the American embassy and then off to darian. A jam-packed morning. After the break - Chinese jitters. Why our Pacific neighbours might not be so pleased with Obama's Aussie visit. Plus, my home video. Our first encounter with the President on Australian soil. And we'll check in with Kochie in Athens. Save 25% off your second item, All fans in the huge range are fantasticically reduced mism Making news in Sunrise, even here in Athens, Obama's historic visit to Australia. But this amateur, shot by Tim phels's producer has also gone right around the world. Mel, you seem right around the world. Mel, you seem happy about seeing the President, do we have a bit of President crush? Do we? Well, funny story, I am going for a President, do we have a bit of a

walk in the afternoon in my daggy gym gear, as you do and all of a sudden the police said quick, get off the bridge. We realised the motorcade was coming through. We waited on the grass, had to be 20 metres back from edge of the road. Like any cheesy tourist I waved and like any good visitor, he waved back. So I was chuffed. I got a personal wave from the US President. So it made my afternoon and I am sure it made his too. Now I'm not the only one excited to catch a glimpse of the President. The schoolgirls who got to meet the man himself are front-page news this morning. The 'Canberra Times' says, "Obama Embraces Australia". The kids from Dungog Public School received a big hug from the President. We'll meet Chelsea and her classmates, who were thrilled by the encounter, later in the show. Obama has made headlines all over the country this morning. The 'Herald Sun' in Melbourne reads "All The Way With Ozbama", playing on the famous "All The Way With LBJ" tagline. But not everybody's happy. The paper says China has called our closer military relationship with the US inappropriate. has a bit of a go at our nation's capital. Its front page reads, "Welcome to the Real Australia", a clear reference to the President's visit to Darwin later today. And, Nat and Berrets, I think you'll like this one. 'The Age' in Melbourne is leading with our fashion-forward Governor-General, with the headline "G-G Dresses Twice to Impress President" During her first encounter with Obama, Quentin Bryce wore a lovely buttercup yellow and around 30 minutes later, after a quick ride from the airport, there she was again, in another outfit, a patterned, tangerine number. Guys, what do you think? So there are two theories, Nat in particular, being a girl here, either she spilled a cup of tea down the front and had to quickically change or when she went shopping for the perfect outfit, she couldn't decide between the two? I love her, a great lady but it is a little strange within half an hour she would change. I am going with the maybe she spilled something on itch whipping in the car, she got Greece on whipping in the car, she got Greece on -- she got grease on it, yellow is prone. And the timeline, she would have had to change in the back of the car. Every girl can do that, if they need to. Can they? Gosh, you guys are versatile. You never know when you will need those skills. We would love to find out the real reason why Quentin Bryce changed outfits, it is spring, both spring colours. You are live from Canberra for the Australian visit of the President. WOMAN: For quality summer clothes this Christmas, get into Target. Right now, get 20% off tops, shorts and swimwear for the whole family. Exclusions apply. See in store for details. For all things Christmas, visit Target. VOICEOVER: Introducing Listerine Zero. We removed the alcohol and made it less intense. (TCHAIKOVSKY'S '1812 OVERTURE' PLAYS) It still kills germs and prevents cavities, but it's never felt so good. New Listerine Zero. Deep clean. Less intense

Myer's Christmas spectacular starts with 'Weekend Sunrise', live from the Bourke Steet mall, 7am Saturday. We're awaiting the President's arrival at the War Memorial this morning. He has a tight schedule to stick to and we'll be with him every step of the way. So let's get the latest. Here's Nat with the news. Our enduring friendship with America is set to be the focus of Barack Obama's address to Federal Parliament this morning. However, his joint announcement with Julia Gillard about more US troops in Australia has already drawn a cool response from China. The military pact will see 2,500 American soliders based in Darwin within 5 years. And we can say with confidence and with pride the alliance between the United States and Australia is deeper and stronger than it has ever been. Spot on. Crackerjack. In top nick. Thank you very much, everybody. President Obama will also visit the War Memorial this morning before heading to Darwin. And President Obama's trip is making big headlines back home in America. NBC's Kristen Welker is travelling with Mr Obama. Here's how she reported on the new military deal. President Obama arrived in Canberra on Wednesday and made a major announcement along with Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard. According to the leaders, there will be a new American Marine air-ground task force set up in the country's Northern Territory. Now, this task force will initially be about 250 Marines and eventually swell to 2,500. These forces will train and operate alongside their Australian counterparts. This rotational deployment is significant because what it allows us to do is to not only build capacity and cooperation between our two countries, but it also allows us to meet the demands of a lot of partners in the region. Now, some analysts have said this move is meant to send a signal to China, which is, of course, emerging as a major power in this region. That is something Obama Administration officials have downplayed. They say they support an emerging China but they want that country to adhere to the rules of the road when it comes to things like trade and maritime security. Now, this stop here in Canberra is part of President Obama's 9-day trip aimed at deepening ties with the Asia-Pacific region through new trade and security alliances. He will deliver the keynote speech of this entire trip before the Australian Parliament later on today. He'll make a stop in Darwin and then he wraps up his trip in Bali, Indonesia. Back to you. Thanks Kristen. Thanks, Kristen. As US President Barack Obama boosts relations here in Australia, his Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton, is increasing military ties with the Philippines. There's already growing tension between Manila and Beijing over a group of oil-rich islands in the South China Sea. We are making sure that our collective defence capabilities and communications infrasstructure and communications infrastructure and materially capable are operationally of deterring provocation. Mrs Clinton next flies to Thailand at the ASEAN Summit in Indonesia. before joining Barack Obama two people have survived To other news - through a fence after their car crashed in Melbourne's north. and hit a house nodded off at the wheel. It's thought the driver against the house. and finally came to rest The persons, themselves, to the vehicle, considering the damage with only light injuries. have gotten out at the scene. Paramedics treated the pair No-one inside the house was hurt. on Sydney's North Shore line Train services are back running yesterday, after a car plunged onto tracks during the evening peak. creating commuter chaos from the wreckage The 95-year-old driver had to be cut down an embankment. after the car fell 10 metres in hospital. He's in a serious condition have been killed in a bus crash At least 18 kindergarten children in western China. Two adults also died head-on with a truck. when their packed minibus collided were speeding It's believed both the bus and truck and on the wrong side of the road. 44 others are injured. as Italy's new Prime Minister Mario Monti has been sworn in of his new cabinet. and has left politicians out with bankers, diplomats Instead, he's surrounded himself and business executives. the tough decisions needed He's promised to make from financial disaster. to save his country Yes, the reason he left politicians out of the cabinet, Nat, is no politician will go into his cabinet. Mario Monti wanted each of the major parties to put up a politician, they said no, which is making markets a little nervous, whether politicians want nothing to do with the austerity measures and when Mario Monti leaves, it givers them an excuse to reverse some of them. Not a great tactic, I would think. The rest of the finance news is centred around here in Athens. around here in Athens. Where Lucas rest of the finance news is centred Papademos has actually survived a confidence vote today. At this very confidence voted

minute, in the parliament next to me, he me, he meeting a representative of the bankers of the Greek bonds who have to take a hair cut of 50% loss on the investments. London fell 8 and Germany's DAX lost 20. Oil is at a five-month high. Time for sport. brought to you by Swisse. This is Sunrise sport report Tired? Stressed? You'll feel better on Swisse. Adam Scott to turn it on The International team has backed against Tiger Woods today. in his Presidents Cup showdown in a foursomes match The pair will do battle Steve Stricker with Woods teaming up with with Korean KJ Choi. and Scott joining forces for everyone involved I think it worked out awesome to have Adam and Tiger play. It'll be the first on-course clash Steve Williams and Woods between controversial caddy racially charged comments. since Williams made his now infamous and Chris Lawrence Kangaroos centres Greg Inglis are both battling injuries final against England. ahead of this weekend's Four Nations Inglis is battling a back complaint an injured shoulder and Lawrence is nursing to break through the pain barrier. but the pair are planning Four Nations final. This is the pinnacle - It's gonna be a big game. of niggling injury you got, You know, doesn't matter what sort you do your rehab you do your recovery, to go out there and perform. to make sure your body's right heavy favourites The Kangaroos have been installed improved England line-up. but remain wary of the vastly the toughest test of his captaincy Michael Clarke faces against the Proteas leading into tonight's second Test in Johannesburg. now has selection powers The Aussie skipper predecessor Ricky Ponting. and may have to dump his out-of-form also face the chop Phil Hughes and Brad Haddin to be given one more chance. but Mitchell Johnson looks set is expected to replace Peter Siddle. Debutant Patrick Cummins Alright, let's have a look at today's weather. Claratyne clear. be prepared and live rain and storms A trough is generating cloud, in western Queensland. Hot northerly winds are persisting in north-western Queensland, Another trough is triggering storms and inland WA. the Northern Territory Could be a bumpy ride on Air Force One. Still to come - bizarre collar-bomb case. the next chapter in Sydney's Plus, from bad to worse. amid financial turmoil. Athens prepares for riots drops her case And, the Bieber baby mum but there's a twist. when we go live to Hollywood. Find out next, Try and shoot an interesting composition. Don't just put your subject in the middle, bank, boring and done, maybe put it to the sides or the corner of the frame. A tip from Sydney snapper Eugene Tan. For me, For me,anning picture is something with a story behind it. U yean is the judge for our Canon competition $10,000 worth of camera gear, We are giving away more than including a Canon EOS 5D like these. capable of taking phenomenal photos is take your own picture. All you have to do You can use any camera must feature an umbrella. but your photo of umbrellas - You can use all different kinds There will be a judge's choice, a people's choice and a prize for voting. specially for Sunrise viewers. It's a competition go the Canon Facebook page. To enter, here in Canberra. Wheels down for Air Force One for the President's plane landing. That's the technical term Our military ties with the US for the President's visit. are top of the agenda Brown joins us in Sydney. With more, military expert James of ties mean for Australia? James, what does this strengthening A few big announcements, yesterday evening. What does the strengthening of ties mean for us. It is a sign the biggest security ally is committed to the region and they decided to signal it by on the ground, 250 marines for they decided to signal it by troops training rotations from the middle of next year. That is a big sign and reassuring for America's friends, partners and allies in the region who have been concerned about competition places like the South China Sea over the past couple of years. The other thing discussed is Afghanistan, our presence after 2014, what do you think is the like leoutcome? The President said he expects full security transition by 2014, meaning some will need transfer to Afghan control before then, I think Oruzgan will be one. They'll have troops from places likeors gan and southern Afghanistan and will have an impact on Australia and will move up the timeline for Australia to withdraw. There will be a change of Australia's stance, posturing in Afghanistan, certainly by 2013. I want to talk about China with you, this morning we learned the Chinese responded coolly to the news of an increased military presence in Australia. Will they take any action against us, do you think? I don't think so, the Chinese know we have a tight security alliance with America and have joint security forces on the ground for some time, we share intelligence, they fight beside each other and they operate with them, we do exercises every two years with the marine corps so it shouldn't be a surprise to China. But look, they needed to say something and they did. They they had a few concerns about the presence, they didn't think it was something and they did. They said

entirely appropriate. But the most interesting response came from Indonesian who mentioned overnight they didn't want to see a circle of mistrust developing in South-East Asia and that is an important point to take notes of. And certainly a voice we should listen to you. We will check in with you throughout the morning, love your voice on it subjects. From Canberra now to Athens. The new greek Prime Minister has survived a crucial no-confidence vote in parliament. It means Lucas Papademos can now push through measures which is supposed to stop Papademos can now push through tough the local economy from collapsing. He is meeting with bankers now to talk about the hair cut on government bonds they will have take. But these austerity measures government bonds they will have to are deeply unpopular with riot police on the streets in Athens amid fears of violent demonstrations tomorrow. Manolis Kostidis joins me now. He is a journalist with one of Greece's more respected and bigger newspapers. What are you expecting to happen tomorrow? Because not only do they reflect the austerity measures but it is a very important anniversary here in Athens. This anniversary, every This anniversary, every year we have riots but this year it will change. Why? Because the people are against the measures. There will be nearly 7,000 police in the streets of Athens, the small areab, and there is expectation that there will be a big riots in front of the US embassy. OK. Looks, Lucas Papademos, though won the confidence motion tonight in parliament by a massive majority. Why are so many of the average Greeks against the austerity measures when they got through by huge majority in the parliament huge majority in the parliament. How they can it accept it when they cut their salaries and they change their life? Also, there is a big gap between the parliament of the people. Because tonight, two-thirds of the parliament voted for this government, and also these measures but maybe more than two-thirds of the people, they are against it. Now there is this big gap. So the politicians must think about it, because maybe tomorrow will see some riots or not, we are, there is an expectation, but next months, it will have big problems in the streets of Athens, as we had before, in streets of Athens, as we had before, in the summer and September also. OK rb but they have got to pass the austerity measures, people have got to accept them or they won't get the bailout money? Yes, for this time, 8 billion euros but something must have but something must have changed. Maybe we will see a new government? Greeks are different from the other people. You know. They are demonstrating, they have demonstrationings they are fighting. They don't stop. We will see what happens tomorrow and maybe politicians will understand they have to negotiate again with EU or IMF. I don't know if it's possible. OK, Minolis, thank you for your time. It is a tough decision, and also, guys, one of the reason whiteGermans and the European Union are so -- reasons why the Germans and the European Unionerize nervous the public will get their act together because they don't like the cards, even though the politicians have passed them. That is it umfraAthens, I hope you both like the Acropolis in the background. You were asking for it yesterday. Your wish is our command. Doesn't feel like Athens until you see the Acropolis. Thank you, Kochie. Rupert Murdoch's defunct 'News of the World' tabloid has been labelled institutionally corrupt. The claim's been made at a British inquiry into phone hacking by a lawyer representing some of the thousands of suspected hacking victims. They include the family of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler. It was revelations earlier this year about the hacking of the 13-year-old's phone that tipped public opinion against phone hacking. UK correspondent Martin Frizell joins us now from London. Good morning. What did the Dowler family's lawyer have to say? He's not just for the Dowler family, he also represents some other 50 victims of phone hacking. He set out what he thinks is the background to what might be several month of evidence. He said the story of 'News of the World' would read a evidence. He said the story of the little like a John Grisham novel if it were only factual but like meric Twain said, truth is stranger than fiction. He told of the grief of the family, he said they went for a walk of the family walking her footsteps and the 'News of the World' got pictures and ran it and they racked into the voice mail of the phone, clearing it, hoping for fresh messages. He said it was against all ethical hope and raise fresh ethical hope and raise fresh hope for They will tell you in their own words what it felt like in those for the family.

moments, when Sallyher mother finally got through to her daughter's voice mail after many attempt and the euphoria it created, false as it it was. There false as it it was. There is a stellar list against those prepared to give evidence, wait for it, Sienna Miller, JK Rowling, Charlotte Church, Jerry McCann, and Mary Ellen Field, the advisor to Elle McPherson, sacked because she thought she was giving information to the papers when in fact, her phone was hacked by journalists. Thank you for the update on the entirey for 'News of the World'. Time for show business. Nelson Aspen joins us. And the woman who claimed Justin Bieber fathered her baby has dropped the paternity suit against the pop star. That is the report coming out today. Like any female who gets too close to Justin Bieber, she receiving death threats. Her lawyer has rrtedly been in talks with Justin Bieber's lawyer and it was looking like a no-win situation for Mariah Yeater. Whether or not Justin will take a DNA test remains to be seen but she is dropping the paternity case. We recall the recent mug shot release said of her from a battery arrest when she started slapping around her e orboyfriend alleged lay after claiming he was the father of her baby. It seems like a mess and Justin will be vindicated. A big mess is probably an understatement. Now the votes are in for 'People' magazine's sexiest man alive, OK, who is Well, I guess, beauty is subjective alive, OK, who is it? Brett, you didn't make the list, Liam Hemsworth didn't make the list, no, it is 36-year-old 'Hangover' star Bradley Cooper

star Bradley Cooper maimed the sexiest man alive, he thinks he is a decent-looking guy and he think it is will make his mother happy. I am sure the folks of 'People' magazine were out to make her day. Good choice. Yes, I am backing him, well done. Also in entertainment news, the new 'Twilight' movie premiered last night. News is next. You're watching a special edition of Sunrise with more live coverage of the President's Australian trip, right after this. VOICEOVER: There are many ways to get protein in the morning. But until now, none have been THIS easy. Introducing new Plus Protein with protein from wheat and soy and delicious peach, sultanas and oat clusters... (BREEZY JAZZ MUSIC PLAYS) ..giving you a great new choice for a high-protein breakfast. Barack Obama's historic visit to Australia. The itinerary. The unprecedented security. And the Chinese jitters at our new US alliance. President Obama and I have been discussing the best way of our militaries cooperating for the future What made Julia Gillard so nervous? The schoolkids who won over the most powerful man in the world. # Reach out for the sunrise # This is a special edition of Sunrise with Mel live in Canberra. It is good to have your company this morning. If you just tuned in, Canberra looking spick and span for the President's visit to the national capital. We are live across the country. Shortly we will go inside the lavish dinner held last night at Parliament House Barack Obama was the guest of honour. night at Parliament House where

Plus, Aussie 'Twilight' fans pass judgment on 'Breaking Dawn: Part 1'. It was amazing! Our cameras were at the movie's premiere overnight. Now, Kochie's, in Athens covering a crucial day in the eurozone crisis. And, Nat and Beretts are back at Brekky Central. Guys, we have reporters and cameras around the national capital to bring you every step of the President's time here. And his visit leads our news, with Nat. 27 hours on the ground here in Australia, it is very quick, his visit leads the news with Nat. US President Barack Obama has wined and dined with hundreds of high-profile guests at a banquet in his honour at Parliament House. He and the Prime Minister again re-affirmed Australia's growing relationship with America which will see 2,500 US troops deployed to Darwin by 2016. I'm joined now by Seven reporter Alex Hart, from Canberra. Good morning, Alex. China has expressed concerns about these extra troops, as has another country in our region? Morning, Nat, yes, it hasn't gone down all that well with some of our neighbours, both China Indonesian responded very quickly to this announcement. In Jakarta, neighbours, both China and

Foreign Minister, Marty Natalahower this announcement. In Jakarta, the said it could create a circle of mistrust if it wasn't explained properly and the Chinese Foreign Minister said it is not appropriate, something China wouldn't dee and it may not be in the interests of countries within our region. President Obama denied the move was being made because America feared China's military growing muscle but he did say the country must and should obey what he called the global rules of the road, which are expected of an emerging superpower. President Obama also offered his thoughts on another topic? Australia's carbon tax? Yes he did. He was asked by our political editor Mark Riley and described it as a bold strategy but hardly the endorsement the Prime Minister wouldn't have wanted to hear. He said it is bold in a it is not something America will be hear. He said it is bold in a sense adopting any time soon. He said he is confident the marijuanas can meet its measures through measures he described as Tony Abbott's direct action plan and hinted the US would not have a market-based mechanism like the carbon tax any time soon. Take a look. Ultimately what we want is a mechanism wrb all countries are making an effort and it is going to be a tough slog. A bit of a guarded statement from the President Obama there. apologies for the technical glitchs the President Obama there. An there. And Sunrise will continue through to 11:30am Eastern Daylight Time today, giving you live, commercial-free coverage of President Obama's address to Federal Parliament. A man's been arrested this morning, the White House. Bullet-proof glass stopped the round from getting inside and no-one was injured. An AK-47 assault rifle, found on the White House grounds, is thought to be linked to the shooting. A man was taken into custody a short time ago. In other news, two Adelaide teenagers may face more charges after facing court, accused of concealing the death of their baby daughter. The 4-month-old's body was discovered on Tuesday but it's believed the baby girl may have been dead for more than a week. Police say more serious charges may come once an autopsy is completed. We have some injuries that we are looking at at the moment but it's too early to speculate on what they might be. The 17-year-old mother and 19-year-old father remain in custody. Victorian nurses have been ordered to halt their industrial action which has closed almost 1,000 hospital beds since Saturday. Last night, Fair Work Australia suspended the protected industrial action for 90 days, ruling it's affecting the health and safety of patients. Parties from both sides of the wages dispute now have three months to reach a settlement but if they don't, nurses can resume their campaign. They want an 18.5% pay rise over the next 3 years. A new housing survey has found fewer Australians than ever own their home outright. Outright ownership has slipped to 33% over the past 15 years. It's believed the change may be due to the increasing use of re-draw facilities which allow people to top up their mortgage rather than pay it off. renters pay the highest proportion of their income on housing costs. And Delta Goodrem was the guest of honour at the glittering opening of the Gold Coast's new Hilton Hotel last night. The singer cut the ribbon before taking to the piano, giving VIPs one hell of a show. # # Three steps # An honest fight # Two hearts # One love is all I need # And this love # Delta is currently recording her fourth album. Coming up - the new controversy for Tiger Woods as he faces off with his former caddie in Melbourne. But first here's Kochie, in Athens. And certainly a big day in finance here in Europe today. Number one, the European central bank went into

the market to support Italian and also Spanish bonds. Mario Monti announced his cabinet. It didn't include any politicians in Italy, largely because no politician wanted to get into the cabinet, which makes you a little suspicious whether they are distances themselves from Mario

Monti's decision to change it later Monti's decision to change it laterer. Here in Athens, Lucas Papademos won a confidence vote for the new austerity measures going through. He is meeting with a representive of Europe's major banks now to talk about the losses they will have to cop. The market now: Look at this oil price, five-month high. Time for sport. Here's Beretts. Michael Clarke faces an agonising decision on the future of former skipper Ricky Ponting ahead of tonight's second Test against South Africa. The Aussie captain is now a selector so Clarke effectively has the future of Ponting, and several other underperforming players, in his hands. We have pick a team that's going to try to take 20 wickets. We have to pick a team that's going to be positive and confident with the bat as well. Mitchell Johnson is tipped to avoid the axe with Patrick Cummins likely to come in for Peter Siddle. The first Australian to be crowned World Athlete of the Year, Sally Pearson, isn't interested in basking in the glory of her historic achievement. The 25-year-old is already 5 weeks into an intense training program which will hopefully culminate in gold at the London Olympics. At the moment it's hard but I guess I'm enjoying it in a way, knowing that I'm training for the Olympics next year. Pearson will race at the Sydney Track Classic in February and has backed Usain Bolt's audacious bid to win five gold medals in London. The Presidents Cup will swing into action at Royal Melbourne later today. International captain Greg Norman to ensure his troops are in the right frame of mind. Behind closed doors just look after them, whatever it takes, look after them. A good little, ah. It's nice to be relaxed, OK? The highlight of today's foursomes matches will be a shootout involving Tiger Woods and Adam Scott, who'll be flanked by Tiger's former caddy Steve Williams. That could be fireworks. Wise words there from Greg, OK, let's look at today's weather. Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne, be prepared and live Claratyne clear. It's a big day in Canberra Those showers, so far so good, hopefully it won't rain. Because it is very big day here in the national capital. The US President setting a cracking pace for his Australian visit. Seven's chief political correspondent, Mark Riley, is at Parliament House. Sunrise correspondent Edwina Bartholomew and Seven News reporter Nick McCallum is standing by Eddy, last night, there was a parliamentary dinner held in Barack Obama's honour. Hopefully he had a bit of chance to relax? He did, I think. It was the chance to show off the growing camaraderie between Prime Minister Julia Gillard and President Obama. It has been cemented at the G-20 also APEC and a visit to Washington earlier this year. By the time we got to dinner, Barack Obama had three official engagements. So by the time they down at 7. down at 7.30, he had worked up a engagements. So by the time they sat healthy appetite for Australian Aussie food. Academs and all turn said ot. The official party was welcomed to the dinner by trumpet fanfare rr. The national anthems were then The national anthems were then performed by the Australian Girls Choir. They were well practised, after singing for the Queen last month. Aboriginal elder Janette Phillips followed with the traditional welcome. And she made sure the Americans knew their place. We live, without a doubt, in the most wonderful country on earth bar none. (LAUGHTER) Then it was time to eat. Among those seated on the 'King's Table' were Australia's Ambassador to the US, Kim Beazley, US Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich and Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd. And on the menu - lamb with a macadamia and thyme crust pan-fried jewfish and a good old Aussie pavlova to finish it all off. Let's hope the President had a clean plate. Julia Gillard promised Michelle Obama her husband wouldn't go hungry. She wanted to make sure that we fed you well in Australia. So the only answer to that was to ensure you had a hardy meal and to make sure that there were 600 to 700 witnesses so that Michelle will know that we have been feeding you well while you're here. But the Prime Minister also had a more serious message. You come to our country with all of the honours due to a head of state, you come as an ally, as a partner and as a friend. Her sentiments were reiterated by Opposition Leader Tony Abbott. Millions of Australians took pride in your election as President because it showed that American could live up to its dreams and that Americans were capable of judging people by the content of their characters the colour of their skin. When it was Barack Obama's turn to speak the US President highlighted the strong ties between the US and Australia before having a crack at Aussie slang. When Julia and I meet we listen to each other, we learn from each other, it's not just a lot of earbashing - that's a good one, earbashing, I can use that in Washington. It was the end of a very long day for the President who touched down in Canberra earlier that afternoon. And today is set to be just as busy. Barack Obama will spend an action-packed morning in Canberra before flying to Darwin then onto Bali tonight. Now, just before that dinner, the President held a media conference with Julia Gillard. Mark Riley, you were the only Australian TV reporter allowed to ask him a question. You brought up the environment. What did you think of his response? Morner morning, Mel, well, it was a bit evasive but certainly interesting and instructive on what America is not going to be doing on emissions trading or what they call a cap-and-trade system. President Obama has been defeated by Congress in America and prevented from introducing a system. He said it doesn't matter how you meet your targets, so long as you get there and meet your targets. He was talking about emissions from cars and other measures we call direct action measures, really playing into the Australian opposition's all-policy and not joining an international trading scheme, I thought it was interesting. The other thing that wasing, Julia Gillard seemed very, very nervous when she first started speaking at that media conference, let's have a listen. President Obama and I have been discussing the best way of our militarys cooperating for the future. So I am very pleased to believe able to announce President Obama (coughs) that we have agreed joint initiatives to believe able to announce with

enhance our alliance, 60 years old and being kept robust for tomorrow. Riles you seriously got to feel for her, the President on one side and the world's media. Do you think she was star struck? Absolutely. I was I was surprised. Julia Gillard and President have been seeing so much of each Julia Gillard and President Obama other in the last couple of weeks at international forums that people are starting to talk. She knew the international spotlight was on her, hosting the American President and it welled up in her throat. It was a little bit surprising but there is a political relationship developing there and Julia Gillard knows how important it is. The Australian people want the Prime Minister to be close to the US President because it is our most important strategic relationship. Yes, it is. I want to ask your opinion, we learned the chine opinion, we learned the Chinese have responded coolly to the proposed increase. Do you think they will take angz action? I think it is predictable and I I think it is predictable and I think it is predictable and it is the response the agreement was looking to get. It is about counter balancing China's rise in the region and the US enforcing its assuming supremeracy. China is challenging, it, Barack Obama calls it thepen xucific century, we are going into because he views it from the north-east but China is a rising giant. To say China says it is inappropriate, you take it with grain of salt when you look what China has done with Taiwan and inappropriate, you take it with a

Tibet, I am not sure China is a repative moral arbiter on those sorts of things. Let's talk about Darwin. Nick McCallum you are there, Barack Obama leaves Canberra, I think, just before 1 o'clock today. What planned for his quick visit to the top end? before 1 o'clock today. What is

Sadly, no member of the public here will get anything more than a fleeting glimpse of the President. He arrives at the RAAAF base late in the afternoon, goes to the harbour and lays a wreath. Goes back to the RAAF base and addresses troupes and then flies out to Bali. Grand total, according to his schedule of two hours and 20 minutes in Darwin. Northern Territory Chief Minister says it is an historic day for hours and 20 minutes in Darwin. The

Darwin, the first presidential visit. They are excited but it is very fleeting and very quick. We will come back to you for more details later. The security presence for Barack Obama's visit is just incredible. To take us through it, I'm joined now by security expert Rob Redenbach. Morning, Rob. What goes into an operation like this? This is a massive operation by any measure but that is not so much a reflection of the risk factor in Australia, it is just the way the Secret Service does things. Fundamentally it comes down to three Australia, it is just the way the US

things: planning, preparation and delivery. Planning would have begun months before the trip was announced and the selection of the staff it is the delivery that makes or breaks this kind of operation and the selection of the staff but

because you have variables you can't control and that introduces the potential for human error. So good to know it is no reflection on what we could do but it is the way he roles. How many people are involved? You could work it out if what you don't see. For Every one that is clearly part of the security time with an earpiece, you could multiply it by nine. So seeing 20 or it by nine. So seeing 20 or so people around the vehicle and the President, probably 200 behind the scene. That is directly the Secret Service and doesn't include the AFP. Hiding in bushes? You reckon? No, not hiding in bushes, in the planning and preparation that goes behind it, the transportation and logistics. They work out plans, A, B, and C, what route. So it is all part of the tapestry. You don't see those people. Going for a walk yesterday, and Duchess of Cambridge was closed Going for a walk yesterday, the Duke to -- the Commonwealth Bridge was closed to traffic. There were skies or air traffic, tell us about the Beast? closed to traffic. There were no

The Beast is something, it is five tonnes of custom-made Cadillac Devil, fire-resistant, its own oxygen supply. It is more tank than car. The driver's door only opens

three inches, just far enough for the driver to point the muzzle of a weapon outside if he needs to. So a very well designed, carefully crafted piece of weaponry. It is kind of cool. I must say. It is I must say we are excited by the It is kind of cool. entourage and the hoopla. Please hang around, we will chat with more questions. We will have more for you shortly from Canberra, we are fascinated by the Beast. The Australian man accused of terrorising a Sydney schoolgirl with a fake collar bomb is heading back to court today. Paul Peters has spent the last two months in custody after being extradited to Australia. The 50-year-old businessman is accused of chaining the fake device to the neck of Mosman teenager Madeleine Pulver. Seven News reporter Sean Berry is outside the Pulver home. Sean, good morning. Paul Peters will make his court appearance via video link. What's expected to happen in the case? Well, it is, morning, Nat. It is just list said for mention in Sydney Central Court this morning. It is essentially a housekeeping appearance to make sure the case is ticking long. Peters won't be there

in person. He will stay in prison and see it via video hookup. He hasn't applied for bail since he was arrested in the States and takenback to Australia. It could happen today. If it does there will be bail application hearing, popotential l telgsally more information coming out and if successful could be freeds this afternoon. His legal team has been handed the police brief recently. That is the case against him. The information in there may trigger him to enter a plea of one kind or another this morning. But he could only be given another date earlier next year or and it could be over in a matter of minutes this morning. Have you seen the pulver family? No sign of them yet, it is a horrible morning and Maddy herself has recently finished her HSC, so no reason for a young teenager to get out of bed but we might hear from them soon. Thank you. Over to Beretts. The President's Cup gets underway at Royal Melbourne today and while all eyes should be on the players, the spotlight has shifted to Tiger Woods and his former caddie Steve Williams. In a few hours, the pair will come face to face for the first time since Williams' racist slur against Woods. They'll now play side by side in the opening Foursome match. Sunrise correspondent Nuala Hafner is at Royal Melbourne. Good morning, Nuala. It's day one of the President's Cup. How much interest will this grouping create for the game? Well, it's funny because both the captains, Fred Couples and Greg Norman say the pairing was not deliberate. But in terms of generating people's interest and getting people like me who don't watch sport to watch sport, it couldn't be better. Steve Williams will be the note most noticed in the higsry of all the Presidents Cups. They don'tee tee off until will be the note most noticed caddy

p.m. And there will be scrutinising the way they shake hands and tee off Cups. They don'tee tee off until 2

but a great match. Scott Wood, world negative 7 and Tiger Woods, sliped to 58 but played well last week. It will be a great competition. You can imagine how much Tiger Woods and Adam Squat want to win this. As Fred Couples said it will be Awe-Some. They are great mates. They sat down, Tiger and Steve Williams at Australian Open. You wonder whether Tiger and Steve Williams at the it cleared the air or whether it might be pretty awkward for them. They have come face to face. You get the impression they both want to leave it behind us. However, I don't think the cause will be helped by an interview that went to air last night in the US and online for Australians to watch at, Iahoo Sport. It was filmed before the whole sang high insuaccident whole sang high insuaccident where Steve Williams referred to Tiger Woods as that black A-hole. He said he doesn't like his name being associated with the infidelities and doesn't think Tiger Woods will Jack Nicklaus's record of 18. He doesn't have the intimidation factor doesn't think Tiger Woods will meet

anymore. So I think Steve Williams needs to stop talking about Tiger Woods and we will be able to forget it. Thank you, a great day at the Presidents Cup, enjoy it. Let's go back to Maybe they can turn about the back to Canberra. President instead? Beretts. President instead? Beretts? Speaking of... the President's arrival at the War Memorial, live. And Obama borrows some local lingo to praise our deep friendship. Spot on. Crackerjack. In top nick. Good morning Gloomy weather for the US President's visit in Canberra today with isolated showers and a chance of thunderstorms .. with 25 the top. Its as Barack Obama.. has an action packed day planned.. he'll address parliament before a meeting with opposition leader Tony Abbott. Mr Obama's expected to thank Australia for 60 years of friendship. The

world leader will also head to the War Memorial to pay his respects visit a local school.. and plant a tree at the US Embassy.. before he jets off to Darwin. Its as protestors rally outside parliament.. among them .. wikleaks founder Julian Assange's mother Christine.. who wants her son freed. Official Support in the capital for Gay Marriage. The legislative assembly has passed a motion to back equal marriage rights for gay couples.

And the T2 lane on Adelaide Avenue will be reinstated after the greens and liberals demanded it for car poolers. 4,000 hotels, 90 countries, one click away. Accorhotels.com The alliance between the US and Australia is deeper and stronger than it has ever been. Spot on. Crackerjack. In top nick. (Great Southern Land plays) (Great Southern Land plays). That was President Barack Obama at last night's state dinner trying his hand at some Aussie slang. Reckon he will take it home and no-one will have any idea what he is talking about. I am in Canberra, Nat and Beretts are in Brekky Central, he has got six doctors with him and 15 sniffer dog teams. Because of course, 15 sniffer dog teams. Because of course,... 15. Yeah? Like 200 Secret Service officers and 50 White House staff and chefs and four speech writers. But the 15 sniffer dog teams, obviously they waive quarantine. Also the papers saying the military officer who carries America's nuclear codes. Yes. Is on board. That's cool. Isn't it so James Bond. Not much ooof a job really. He is the guy with the briefcase hand cuffed to his wrist. Tattooed? You would be sitting on that one. In about an hour and a half he will to the War Memorial to lay a wreath. Pretty exciting. The place is about an hour and a half he will go

spruced up, a lot of police officers and the place is looking gorgeess. Time Barack Obama is preparing to visit the Australian War Memorial this morning before he addresses Federal Parliament. Last night he was the guest of honour at a state dinner in Parliament's Great Hall. It was a chance for Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott to put their differences aside to praise America's achievements, especially the moon landing. It was the only time in my life I wagged school, and I'd like to think I did it for America. After today's Canberra commitments President Obama will head to Darwin. Sunrise will continue through to 11:30am Eastern Daylight Time today, giving you live, commercial-free coverage of President Obama's address to Federal Parliament. And China and Indonesia have expressed reservations about the extra US troops who'll soon be based here in Australia. Julia Gillard and Barack Obama yesterday announced 2,500 American Marines will be on our soil by 2016 based in the Northern Territory. China's Foreign Ministry says the move may not be appropriate while the Indonesian Government has warned it may provoke a negative reaction. In other news - two people have survived after their car crashed through a fence and hit a house in Melbourne's north. It's thought the driver nodded off at the wheel. The car hit a curb, crashed across a construction site and finally came to rest against the house. The persons, themselves, considering the damage to the vehicle, have got out with only light injuries. Paramedics treated the pair at the scene. No-one inside the house was hurt. Anger over the recent Qantas shutdown has flared-up again in London where dozens of workers have rallied outside the Australian High Commission during the night. It's outrageous that an airline can take such radical and militant industrial action. Unions back here say Qantas still isn't willing to reach a deal with them despite the looming deadline set by Fair Work Australia. At least 18 kindergarten children have been killed in a bus crash in western China. Two adults also died when their packed minibus collided head-on with a truck. It's believed both the bus and truck were speeding and on the wrong side of the road. 44 others are injured. Mario Monti has been sworn in as Italy's new prime minister and has left politicians out of his new cabinet. Instead, he's surrounded himself with bankers, diplomats and business executives. He's promised to make the tough decisions needed to save his country from financial disaster. Well, the reason why those Italian politicians aren't getting in the cabinet, Nat, none of them wanted to. Mario Monti wanted political involvement in his cabinet and it looks as though the Italian politicians are saying, "Fell ow, you are in for three month, you make the hard decision we don't want to be associated with it because when you are gone we will start to do what we like." The markets now, you are gone we will start to do what we like." The markets now, Dow Jones has been fading over the last half hour or so. what we like." The markets now, the

starting to ripple through. Again, Concerns over this eurozone are the marijuana market. It has been quiet for a cup -- again through the American market. But the fact the i central bank had to go in and buy Italian bonds shows how fragile it is and the Americans realise how it will affect their banks. Time for sport. This is Sunrise sport report brought to you by Swisse. Tired? Stressed? You'll feel better on Swisse. The International team has backed Adam Scott to turn it on in his Presidents Cup showdown against Tiger Woods today. The pair will do battle in a foursomes match with Woods teaming up with Steve Stricker and Scott joining forces with Korean KJ Choi. I think it worked out awesome for everyone involved to have Adam and Tiger play. As we've said all along, they're still very good friends. between controversial caddy Steve Williams and Woods since Williams made his now infamous racially charged comments. Michael Clarke faces the toughest test of his captaincy leading into tonight's second Test against the Proteas in Johannesburg. The Aussie skipper now has selection powers and may have to dump his out-of-form predecessor Ricky Ponting. Phil Hughes and Brad Haddin also face the chop but Mitchell Johnson looks set to be given one more chance. Debutant Patrick Cummins is expected to replace Peter Siddle. Collingwood has been forced to deny speculation it's preparing to offer Brendan Fevola an AFL lifeline. The Pies say they don't need another key forward Meanwhile, Gold Coast has followed Collingwood's lead in undertaking a high-altitude training camp in Arizona. The Suns coaching staff want to make the trek a regular part of their pre-season. Time if a look at the weather around Australia. Sunrise weather to you by Claratyne, be prepared and live Claratyne clear. A trough is generating cloud, rain and storms in central and northern New South Wales. Hot northerly winds are persisting in western Queensland. Another trough is triggering storms in north-western Queensland, the Northern Territory and inland WA. Bumpy ride on Air Force One in Darwin. Up next - Hollywood's new Superman. The cape comes off, right after this. Sunrise brought to you by Jetstar. # Ba, ba, ba, ba, ba Low fares are just part of the story. Time to pay your bills. You've both scored $1,000 cash. You could get your bills paid too. Tomorrow we're giving away another $1,000 every 30 minutes. Just SMS your full name and address to 1970 0774. We'll announce this morning's final winner after 8:00. 'Twilight' fans rushed to cinemas for the overnight Aussie premiere of 'Breaking Dawn: Part 1'. Showbiz editor Nelson Aspen joins us. Nelson, you've been keeping us up to date with the 'Twilight' saga. What were the fan's reactions to the movie? Well, the dictionary defineathise word effusive as marked by the expression of great or excessive emotion or enthusiasm. So as you will see, the fans were effuseive. (screams) will see, the fans were effuseive. (screams). Exceeded all expectations. It was amazing. Amazing. Can't fault it at all. Awesome. Amazing, so good. Best movie, ever. Better than the other movies. Lots of action. Really true to the book. Now we just wait for your review guys. That's a good reaction. Moving on, and Hollywood has a new superman, British actor Henry Cavill is taking on the role of the 'Man of Steel' but before you see him there he is taking his clothes off for an epic 3-D movie 3-D movie about Greek gods. I am a big superman fan so I set the bar high, I think Christopher Reeve was the ultimate casting but I have to tell you Henry Cavill lives up to expectations. Take a look. It is one of the movie's most coveted roles. Now, the cape, previously destroyed to Christopher Reeve and Brandon Ralfh, now it is going to Henry Cavill. He is shooting 'Man of Steel' at the same time he is shooting other movies. If there is one man who can lead them against them, it would be Ephtesuis. I have faith in you, prove me right. We were doing 'Immortles' and got in shape for that and did another job immediately afterwards I had to be out of shape and I was told by the directors to drink beer, eat junk food and not do pressups and then got the superman job so I can to food and not do pressups and then I goback to square one, or minus five, now with I am back to the physique, not easy but good fun. Henry gets to show off his physique in 'Immortles'. You You are in amazing shape. I know it

is not digital. What are the to be an objectified male. is not digital. What are the demands Just training and diet, pretty boring. Makes it sound like no big deal. It is difficult, you can't eat, it is like more diet, but that was probably the part was the fisicality, it was obvious who he was, how I wanted to play him. The villain of the three-D extravaganza is King Hiperoin played by Mickey Rork. Wozniacki the most exciting visual thing for you when you saw the finish product. I didn't take off my glasses, I was in a bad mood and said take (BEEP) glasses away. I have to go watch it, because that day was in a bad mood and said take the

really blurry and I was in a bad mood. Going from the Tutors' to this and Superman, it is like you are playing dressup? Ultimately acting is dressing whether it is dressing up in clothes or a personality, two different Ultimately acting is dressing u