Hugh Grant owns up to being a bad guest, Mark Wahlberg gets the role of a lifetime, Anne Hathaway scolds Matt Lauer about her wardrobe malfunction and other great Hollywood lines from the last week.
"I'm sorry that we live in a culture that commodifies sexuality of unwilling participants, which brings us back to Les Mis."
The actress, responding to Today host Matt Lauer, who quipped, "We've seen a lot of you lately," after she was photographed stepping from a car underwear-less at the film's premiere.
"These super-sophisticated 19-year-olds are smarter than our expensive P.R. firm."
The Activision CEO, on how young customers game search results so that drawings of him with devil horns are the first thing that show up on Google search.
"Turns out my inner crab got the better of me with TV producer in 09. Unforgivable. J Stewart correct to give me kicking."
The actor, tweeting an apology after The Daily Show With Jon Stewart host called him the worst guest in the history of the show.
"I'm about 367 pounds. I'm not sure how far that is in months, but in pounds, that's where I'm weighing in."
The actress, on her first pregnancy with fiance Dax Shepard, which was confirmed in November but without an announcement of a due date.
"Oh, my God! To hell with me!"
The Homeland actor, on learning that the reason Fox's Good Day New York anchor left the set during his live interview was because his wife had just gone into labor.
"This is not something where … I'm just in there to get a paycheck. … This is the most important role of my career."
The actor, on signing on to star in the fourth Transformers movie.
"It's like they had filet mignon and doused it in ketchup."
The America's Got Talent host, on the decision of American Idol producers to hire his wife Mariah Carey, then add Nicki Minaj as a judge.
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