Yes, I Did Say That!
A look at who's saying what in entertainment.
Chris, I had no part in it. I'm sorry."
-- Anne Hathaway: The actress, apologizing to The Dark Knight Rises director Christopher Nolan after David Letterman appeared to give away the surprise ending to the movie, out July 20, during her interview.
"How many Republican billionaires are giving money to Romney? All of them. How many are getting scissored by a bikini-bottomed Jewess with big naturals?"
-- Sarah Silverman: The comedian, offering to have "traditional lesbian sex" with prominent Republican donor Sheldon Adelson if he gives his promised $100 million presidential campaign donation to Barack Obama instead of Mitt Romney.
"In the left-hand corner of each page of the U.S. itinerary, there was … the legal age for sexual intercourse in that particular state."
-- John Taylor: The Duran Duran bassist, revealing in his new autobiography how the band kept track of the age of consent while on tour.
"New Yahoo CEO, never heard of her. I'll have to Google her. "
-- Andy Borowitz: The comedian, jokingly pointing out that new Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, previously at Google, is going to a lesser online player.
"Trying to figure out what's a sex crime on this show is very different."
-- Christopher Meloni: The actor, on the differences between starring in Law & Order: SVU and True Blood.
"Comedians and feminists … are natural enemies, because stereotypically- speaking, feminists can't take a joke and … comedians can't take criticism."
-- Louis C.K.: The comedian, justifying his tweet in support of Daniel Tosh, who created controversy for suggesting an audience member be gang-raped.
"Getting lot of hate tweets. I'm not the DirecTV Mike White keeping you from your favorite BET shows. I'm pasty Mike White with no power."
-- Mike White: The actor-writer (Enlightened), tweeting about being confused with the DirecTV CEO of the same name who lost carriage of BET, MTV and other Viacom channels in a dispute with the company.
"Every hundredth roll we'd do a shot. Yeah, man. We'd have the chains on, 'Pour that tequila!' "
-- Jamie Foxx: The Django Unchained star, on how director Quentin Tarantino kept the actors loose on the set.