Yes, I Did Say That!
A look at who's saying what in entertainment.
I honestly didn't pay attention to it. ... I don't watch those TV shows ...and the people I surround myself with don't really talk about that kind of stuff."
-- Angelina Jolie
The actress, on the controversy surrounding her infamous leg pose at the Oscars.
"Id love to show @TimTebow around town … we have so much in common. He's 'like a virgin' and so am I ;)"
The pop star, in a tweet back to Ryan Seacrest, who asked if she would show the wholesome quarterback around New York City after the Denver Broncos traded him to the Jets.
"I would do John Carter again tomorrow. … Box office doesn't validate me as a person or as an actor."
-- Taylor Kitsch
The actor, defending the movie despite its disappointing earnings in theaters.
"It's kind of like having a stalker."
-- John Landgraf
The FX president, explaining that with shows like The Walking Dead and Hell on Wheels, AMC is copying his network's successful strategy of using dark, complicated original programming like Sons of Anarchy and Justified to attract young male viewers.
"It's not witch-crafty or anything!"
-- January Jones
The actress, on using pills made from her placenta as a vitamin and energy boost.
"It's really appropriate to tweet this any day, but seriously - F-- you Geraldo."
-- Aziz Ansari
The Parks and Recreation actor, tweeting in response to Rivera's comment that Trayvon Martin's hoodie was as responsible for his death as shooter George Zimmerman. Rivera later apologized.
"The Hunger Games opens to eye-popping numbers. Finally, a girl fighting for her life & justice, not whining over her sparkly vamp boyfriend."
-- George Takei
The actor, in a tweet, comparing the new hit movie to the Twilight juggernaut.
"Back from trip to deepest pl on Earth. ... Puts a new spin on 'to hell and back.' Good to see the sunshine."
-- James Cameron
The director, tweeting after he completed the first solo descent of the Mariana Trench in the Pacific, the deepest point in the world's oceans.