Yes, I Did Say That!
A look at who's saying what in entertainment.
You know, the Hitler thing? Steven [Spielberg] said, 'Fire her right now.' "
-- Michael Bay
The Transformers director on advice he received from the film's executive producer after star Megan Fox compared Bay's on-set attitude to Adolf Hitler in a 2009 interview.
"It's incredibly difficult to be under a shot glass and a microscope like that. Twitter, Facebook, blogging just trumps you."
-- Julie Taymor
The fired Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark director speaking about the musical's negative pre-opening publicity.
"On behalf of the entire Emanuel family, we apologize for Ari. You know him as an agent, we know him as a brother. We believe we got the worse end of the deal."
-- Rahm Emanuel
The Chicago mayor roasting his brother, William Morris Endeavor co-chief executive officer Ari Emanuel -- whom Entourage character Ari Gold is based on -- at the opening of the Cable Show.
"Worst hour of television ever -- never watching again. ... I mean really? Could not be more annoyed! Who will give me my time and compliments back on The Killing?"
-- Christa Miller
The Cougar Town actress expressing her frustrations in a tweet after watching the widely panned season finale of the AMC show.
"Oprah said her dream interview is OJ Simpson. I can't wait for this to happen. I always wanted to know OJ's 'favorite things.' "
-- Joy Behar
The View host tweeting about the OWN network head, who recently said she'd like to interview Simpson if he'll confess to the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.
"There are three things that can survive a nuclear winter: cockroaches, Twinkies and Harvey Weinstein."
-- Graham Taylor
The WME Global head joking about the producer during his keynote address at the Los Angeles Film Festival.
"Wouldn't it be nice if Green Lantern is a big flop? ... I guess the other green, The Green Hornet, didn't work either. So it's not the time for the greens! Green is not working. And there's probably somebody in Hollywood who's going, 'Green: wrong color.' "
-- Terry Gilliam
The director on Martin Campbell's new film, which made a modest $53.2 million its opening weekend.
"And congrats to Robbie Rothstein, whose bar mitzvah is next door."
-- Jon Hamm
The Mad Men actor making a joke about the actual next-door bar mitzvah after winning best actor in a drama at the Beverly Hills Hotel at the first-ever Broadcast Critics TV Awards.
"There is nothing more humiliating than studying a script in a cafe in LA. My head hurts from rolling my eyes at myself."
-- Olivia Wilde
The Cowboys & Aliens actress poking fun of her script-reading location in a tweet.
"Thank you for letting us preserve freedom of news. Good night. Good luck."
-- Keith Olbermann
Ending his first broadcast of Countdown With Keith Olbermann on Current TV six months after leaving his MSNBC show of the same name.