Matthew McConaughey has made a lot of romantic comedies – but does he like to watch them? "Have I ever gone and paid $10 for a romantic comedy? No. I've made 'em," he tells Piers Morgan, in an interview that airs tonight at 9pmET/PT.
"A lot of people love those romantic comedies," he said. "It's a different game making those."
On last night's Piers Tonight, Piers Morgan interviewed the mother and sister of Taylor Anderson, the first American confirmed dead in the wake of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. "She was fufilling her bucket list," her mom, Jean, said. "Before anyone ever had a bucket list." Taylor's former high school, St. Catherine's School, has set up the Taylor Anderson '04 Memorial Gift Fund in her honor. All of the money will go towards repairing Japan.
We also took a look inside Rep. Gabrielle Giffords congressional office in Tuscon. FULL POST
Matthew McConaughey is a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight" this evening, and he talks about family, growing up, his new movie "The Lincoln Lawyer" and more. In this web extra, McConaughey tells Piers Morgan about his first – and arguably most iconic – movie role in "Dazed and Confused." "That was my first job and I could not have been handed a more fortunate working experience," he said. McConaughey said the role came about because he was "in the right bar at the right time."
There are a lot of McConaughey impressions – what does he think of Matt Damon's? FULL POST
Each day, we here at "Piers Morgan Tonight" will put together the news you need to know – from what happened last night to what will happen today.
For March 25, 2011 -Radiation exposure 10,000 times normal for three workers, the Hispanic population exceeds 50 million now, a Disney cruise employee missing off the coast of Mexico... FULL POST