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August 16th, 2013
05:00 PM ET

Tonight at 9: Adrian Grenier on educating kids about drugs

Tonight, "Piers Morgan Live" brings you “Gone to Pot: America’s Marijuana Obsession,” an hour-long special on the changing perceptions of cannabis in the United States. Actor Adrian Grenier is well known for his role as Vincent Chase in Entourage; Morgan sits down with the documentary producer to discuss marijuana and his film, "How to Make Money Selling Drugs.”

“The film, ‘How to Make Money Selling Drugs,’ is really targeted to kids. Like, we want young people to see this movie,” said Grenier. “Young people are on the Internet; they see a lot. But what they don't have are adults talking to them straight, telling them how it is, so that they can make educated choices about, you know, what to do in the right circumstances and what not to do.”

The documentary, from Tribeca Films, is available on iTunes and Google Play. Tune in tonight at 9 to watch Grenier discuss drug legalization, President Barack Obama’s past drug use and the possibility of an Entourage movie.
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  1. jamie

    Mr Morgan i keep hearing meds & guns in all your interviews not once have i heard my government or you talk about how to keep guns away from people that do legal drugs?would there be regulations on people getting fire arms that also carry a medical drug card?never heard this issue come up.i guess we will wait until someone is high enough to kill someone under self defense then the it will come up.love to hear back from you on this.

    August 16, 2013 at 9:43 pm | Report abuse | Reply

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