Yes, I Did Say That!

A look at who's saying what in entertainment.

So … shocking to no one: #agiftedman is done. Found out via email ... and not from the network. Stay classy."

-- Patrick Wilson: The star of A Gifted Man, tweeting that he found out about his show's cancellation from a friend and not CBS.

♦ "How hot is Kevin Reilly? His body is amazing. Wait, not OK? I thought this was the party network?"

-- Mindy Kaling: The Office writer-actress, at the Fox upfront after entertainment president Reilly announced that her show The Mindy Project, about a female gynecologist, had been picked up.

♦ "I'd rather swallow a bag of hair."

Johnny Depp: The Dark Shadows actor, revealing to Ellen DeGeneres that his least favorite activity in the world is dancing.

♦ "Thrusting is a huge problem for the children."

-- Kristen Stewart: The actress, in Cannes promoting On the Road, on what needed to be carefully edited in her sex scenes with Robert Pattinson in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn to maintain a PG-13 rating.

♦ "Last year I complained about how my kids watch TV. But now, I am them. I caved. I'll watch TV on my iPhone. But I'm drawing the line on my watch."

-- Ted Harbert: The NBC Broadcasting chairman, at the upfronts, on changing viewing habits.

♦ "We have Iron Man, Spider-Man and Batman in the room. We should let the Secret Service take the night off."

-- George Clooney: The actor, joking about the presence of Robert Downey Jr., Tobey Maguire and himself as he introduced President Obama during a May 10 campaign fund-raiser at his house.

♦ "When I read that Matt Weiner is on a slope in Vail after he's finished his 13 episodes, I'm like, 'Stuff it, Matt.' "

-- Robert King: The creator of The Good Wife, expressing envy about shorter seasons on cable. Good Wife did 22 episodes this season for CBS.

♦ "If I don't talk about my religion … they're like, 'He's avoiding it.' If I do talk about it, it becomes, 'Oh, he's proselytizing.' "

-- Tom Cruise: The actor, on the media's response to his being a Scientologist.

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