Ben Stiller's new movie, "Tower Heist," comes out tomorrow, and the actor is a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight," this evening. In a discussion about Occupy Wall Street, Stiller connected the movement to his new movie. "I feel like the movie is reflective of the situation we're in economically," he told Piers Morgan. "And when we started working on the movie, it was like that."
Still said the protests are expressing frustrations that are "very valid in the country right now." He also talked about President Barack Obama.
"I'm disappointed that we haven't seen more bold decisions from him and a willingness to maybe stick to more of what he had, in his campaign, had said in terms of what he was willing to do," said Stiller of Obama.
Watch the full interview with Stiller, Matthew Broderick, director Brett Ratner and producer Brian Grazer, tonight at 9pmET/PT.