“I’m really tired of making these huge, over $100 million movies where they literally mean life and death for a studio. Everyone is hysterical.”
The Flight director, on why he chose to make the $30 million Denzel Washington film about a flawed airline pilot.
“Like we were all having one big sleep over, but not so much fun.”
The comedien, describing walking in New York City’s post-Sandy darkened streets in an email to fans prior to hosting Saturday Night Live on Nov. 2.
“Adele is bigger than me, how come nobody says anything about it? Her confidence is something I have to match.”
The singer, commenting on the continuing press interest in her 30-pound weight gain in September. She has since posted pictures of herself in yellow lingerie on her website to encourage women to embrace their bodies.
"Believe me, it took everything that I had, inside, outside, whatever, to not run off and marry John."
The actress, confessing to Barbara Walters that John Travolta was the one greatlove of her life. The two met in Vancouver during the filming of 1989’s Look Who’s Talking.
"That’s my retirement fund.”
The producer/director on why he sold his company Lucasfilm to Disney for $4.4 billion.
"If you want a white President, I've got a polo wearing, Hawaii living, home beer brewing, league bowling guy for you."
the comedian making a humorous appeal to white voters to support President Obamam, because "in times like these, you need a white President you can trust. And that white President’s name is Barack Obama.” Going into the election polls had Romney leading Obama among white voters 57 to 40 percent.
“I’m not married, so I can sleep with whomever I want. That’s why I became a talk show host, so I would meet a different person everyday.”
The E! host joking with Conan O’Brien about the benefits of having your own talk show.
“I was sure nothing would happen. Now I hate the f—ing show. I’ve never seen it. I’m going to attach myself to 14 pilots this year.”
The Argo director, on passing on directing the pilot for Showtime’s hit series Homeland.
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