"Actually did enjoy this as opposed to some of the Focker movies. I had fun in the first one. The second one?...I think it did $300 million. So what do I know?"
The Guilt Trip actress, on her disappointment with 2010's Little Fockers.
"I'm all for the legalization of weed...We all know that alcohol is worse and legal. Seth Rogen is a productive member of society. Mel Gibson has a problem."
The actor, making a distinction between consumption of marijuana and alcohol.
"@BretEastonEllis & if u were a "very hot woman" youd still be a shit writer. Say TY to Mary Harron. That MOVIE was the best book u ever wrote"
The actress, tweeting in response to Ellis' tweet that called Zero Dark Thirty director Kathryn Bigelow "overrated" because "she's a very hot woman." Barkin offered that the novelist should say thank you ("TY") to Mary Harron, who directed the film adaptation of his American Psycho.
"I must be the bromance mistress."
The Promised Land writer-actor joking about his relationship with Matt Damon compared to Damon's friendship with Ben Affleck.
"It's a McConaissance. I don't know if that's a real word, but it is now. It's got good demeanor to it."
The actor, reflecting on a year in which he received accolades for his performance in four films, including Magic Mike and Bernie.
"People say, 'Why do you keep doing this?'"
The Rolling Stones singer, on the band deciding to stage a concert for their 50th anniversary.
"I couldn't remember, the other day, what you call that thing that keeps the food cold. It was the refrigerator."
The actress, on dealing with "baby brain" since giving birth to son Tennessee James on Sept. 27.
"this time there won't be any wise words, no excuses, I just plain DISAGREE. The kid deserved it. Grammy board u blew it on this one."
The music producer, tweeting his disappointment that client Justin Bieber failed to receive a nomination.
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