Yes, I Did Say That!

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A look at who's saying what in entertainment.

I don't know why you hired me because you haven't given me anything. I just don't think this stuff's going to be good."
-- James Franco
In an interview with Playboy, on what he told Oscar producers before hosting the show.

"The Royals in Hollywood? Good God. Are they pitching a script?"
-- Alec Baldwin
The 30 Rock actor, tweeting about William and Kate's visit to Los Angeles.

"What should the sequel to Horrible Bosses be? Horrible Parents? Horrible Children? Horrible Employees? Let me know what you think!"
-- Brett Ratner
The Horrible Bosses producer, soliciting ideas via Twitter.

"I'm going to get some supplies. I wouldn't miss it for the world!"
-- Cheryl Hines
On being in Los Angeles for the July 16-17 weekend closure of a busy stretch of the 405 Freeway, aka "Carmageddon."

"I think that there's a market out there for women our age. Clearly. Everyone is craving it. I want to do something like that."
-- Kyra Sedgwick
On the effect of Bridesmaids and the types of roles she wants to pursue after wrapping her seven-year stint on TNT's The Closer.

"I am completely and utterly shocked that a professional journalist, whom I have never met, would take a partial quote out of context and use it as the basis for a misguided personal attack."
-- Zooey Deschanel
In an open letter to Los Angeles Times reporter Patt Morrison, who called the actress a "snobby cow" after Deschanel allegedly said about William and Kate's July 10 visit to downtown's Skid Row, "I just don't want them to see the worst of L.A."

"If your dad was on O.J.'s legal dream team, you can't tweet your disappointment over the Casey Anthony verdict. It's like Tricia Nixon bitching about presidential corruption."
-- Bill Maher
On Kim Kardashian, in his "New Rules" segment on Real Time.

"Americans are too fat. And in London they are starting to get fat, too. So I have to say that if we have to talk about race system and nationalism, I find it refreshing that everyone Chinese is slim."
-- Tom Ford
The designer, in an interview with Time Out Hong Kong, on differences between Western and Asian bodies -- a topic he called "regionalistic" and "borderline racist."

"It was not who we are."
-- Paradigm's spokesperson, on the agency signing -- then promptly unsigning -- Casey Anthony's defense attorney Jose Baez.

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