Yes, I Did Say That!
A look at who's saying what in entertainment.
Holy shit, are you f--ing kidding me? I run around and pretend I'm someone else for 12 hours; I record Family Guy. Then I get to go home and watch Jersey Shore."
-- Mila Kunis
The actress, disagreeing with her peers who overemphasize the artistic nature of acting.
"Mr. Lautner, whose pumped physique and flat affect bring to mind one of those friendly pizza delivery boys in a pornographic movie, remains a dish best served with as few words and clothes as possible."
-- Manohla Dargis
The New York Times journalist, offering her assessment of Lautner's performance in her review of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 1.
-- Leslie Moonves
The CBS chief executive and president, getting philosophical about the fight between Charlie Sheen and CBS while speaking Nov. 17 during a Hollywood Radio & Television Society newsmaker luncheon.
"Half of us have a penis and the other half have probably seen one, and so why should it be more normal to, like, chop people's heads off and shoot people?"
-- Michael Fassbender
The actor, opposing the NC-17 rating for his new movie Shame because of a brief full-frontal shot of him nude.
"Just told Billy Crystal he'd better not use any of my holocaust or pedophile material at The Oscars. He agreed (true)."
-- Ricky Gervais
The Golden Globes host, promising via Twitter that his 2012 performance will be as controversial as last year's gig.
"They probably had a lot of threesomes that led to twosomes without Demi, and that leads to a divorce."
-- Chelsea Handler
The talk show host, theorizing on why Demi Moore decided to divorce Ashton Kutcher.
"What kind of creepy guy club do you both belong to?"
-- Jon Stewart
The Daily Show host, on the news that accused child molester Jerry Sandusky hired a lawyer who himself had been involved with an underage client.
"I have a gift for you, but it's a gift you can't take with you. Sorry, we're a little cheap here."
-- Bob Iger
The Disney president and CEO, showing Live! host Regis Philbin a plaque dedicated to his 26-year run on the show.
"I didn't know about this! What is Pride and Prejudice and Zombies?"
-- Keira Knightley
The actress, who received an Oscar nomination for Pride and Prejudice, learning for the first time about the cult hit, which is now being turned into a movie.
"It's been like five times in a zillion years that it's won best picture. It doesn't seem like it's screwing up Schindler's List for The Hangover to have its own category."
-- Judd Apatow
The writer and director, advocating for a comedy best picture category at the Oscars.