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This is a rush transcript from “The Next Revolution with Piers Morgan.” I’m Piers Morgan.
Piers Morgan: Good morning to you, everyone in the studio. Welcome to the Next Revolution with Piers Morgan.
My guest, who has built his career on his ability to break up any relationship.
Piers Morgan: This weekend, I am sitting with my old friend, actor Matt Damon.
Damon: Piers, it will be my first question. You are the god of movies.
Piers Morgan: I am.
Damon: And I’m your friend.
Piers Morgan: You’re the best.
Matt Damon: What’s worse than a movie critic – the movie critic who’s always wrong? – is a movie critic who’s never wrong.
Piers Morgan: What’s worse than a movie critic – the movie critic who likes movies? – is the one who likes all movies.
Piers Morgan: What’s worse than a movie critic – the movie critic that like…like…just like all movies? – is the one who’s always…he likes all of them.
Matt Damon: Piers, you are on a very good day.
Piers Morgan: The worst day is when you don’t know what you’re doing.
Matt Damon: Piers, you are at the top of your game.
Piers Morgan: I’m really, really proud of what you’re doing.
Matt Damon: I’m very proud of you.
Piers Morgan: So we’re going to come at this from the angle that it’s not going to be just about the movies or about the cinema.
Matt Damon: Piers, it’s going to be about how America is being consumed by entertainment.
Piers Morgan: How are we consuming America?