11 March, 2018
Mindy Kaling, Reese Witherspoon, Oprah Winfrey, and Storm Reid spoke to us about the most unexpected hurdles they had to overcome on set, what sets A Wrinkle in Time apart from other sci-fi stories, and much more. This just proves that all the more.
While on "Good Morning America" on Wednesday, the media mogul promised to match the $50,000 one teen raised to help black girls see "A Wrinkle in Time".
"Thank you for being here, because you've got A Wrinkle in Time, you've got the new show on NBC, Champions, and you've got the baby, Katherine", the host said, recognizing that raising a 2-month-old infant as a single mom must be "a lot of work". "She said, 'Oprah's assistant contacted me, she'd like to drop off a present.' I'm thinking, that's so nice, like, [it's] probably flowers. You're like a weird pervert.' So, that's my life now".
"I was not a kid person at all".
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Kaling then expressed her gratitude for Colbert's nice, yet "very old-fashioned", baby gift - a solid white newborn outfit from Pixie Lily, located in his hometown of Charleston, South Carolina. Let them do whatever they want!
"Over text message, Reese talked me through how to carry an infant auto seat on the airplane", she told People.
While Mindy reassured the late night how much she loved his 19th century-era present, she confessed it "straight up sucks" compared to Oprah's extravagant gift - which had to be sent in a truck and brought in by two delivery men! "I heard Oprah was going to do it, so we did this instead".