Yes, I Did Say That!
OMG frenz. since I started twitta, did I just thow way 30yrs of hard won professional dignity with a coupla 100 fuks?! Fuk it I'm havin fun!!!"
-- Ellen Barkin
The actress, responding on Twitter to the reaction to her barrage of expletive-laden tweets during her first days since joining the service.
"I feel much better about my career now that UTA has a new logo."
-- Steve Levitan
The Modern Family creator, tweeting about his agency's new logo.
"I am all about statement necklaces over gray T-shirts this fall. I'll so be the woman at the ArcLight wearing the 30-pound ethnic African necklace, and people don't know if English is my first language."
-- Mindy Kaling
The Office star, describing this season's fall fashion trends that have her excited.
"We're not changing a frame. The ship still sinks. It ends the same way."
-- James Cameron
The director, promising not to tinker with the 3D version of Titanic the way George Lucas altered Star Wars.
"I know what Pauline thought of Apocalypse Now: She thought it was stupid. She could never get past that they took a f--ing boat up the river when they could have just flown."
-- David Edelstein
The film critic, on a New York Film Fest panel honoring the late New Yorker critic Pauline Kael.
"That's the last time I let Wesley Snipes help me out with my taxes."
-- Chris Tucker
The actor, responding to reports that the IRS is going to repossess his house to satisfy an $11.5 million tax debt.
"The thing with Scarlett is, you can't wait for her to take her clothes off. … I keep trying to explain this. Salander should be like E.T."
-- David Fincher
The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo director, on why Scarlett Johansson didn't get the film's lead role.
"I would love to see Barack Obama be Bulworth."
-- Sean Penn
The actor, urging the president to emulate the straight-talking candidate played by Warren Beatty in the 1998 movie.
"I wish you were playing sax with me tonight, baby."
-- Lady Gaga
The pop star, to President Clinton at his 65th birthday celebration Oct. 15 at the Hollywood Bowl.
"I always assume we are being played a little bit. … That's the nature of our business."
-- Nina Tassler
The CBS Entertainment chief, on what she thinks when producers who are pitching a show claim that another network is also interested.