Yes, I Did Say That!
I learned people are assholes and people lie. I think that was the turning point of my career."
-- Mila Kunis: The Ted actress, on what she picked up from a high-level executive threatening to blacklist her for refusing to do a cover of a Playboy-like magazine to promote 2008's Max Payne.
"I've always had a little belly. I mean, now that I'm 45, they don't say, 'Oh, she's pregnant!' as much."
-- Nicole Kidman: The actress, on what part of her figure she's most self-conscious about while walking the red carpet.
"So maybe we screwed up and the board should have been a little tiny bit smaller, but the dude's goin' down."
-- James Cameron: The director, responding on MythBusters to a segment that showed there was enough room for both Jack and Rose to have survived on the floating plank at the end of Titanic
"It looked like he took my million and spent it all on weed."
-- Bill Maher: The HBO host, lamenting his $1 million contribution to President Obama's re-election campaign after watching his Oct. 3 debate performance against Republican challenger Mitt Romney.
"Really, I wanted some rent money."
-- Mamie Gummer: The Emily Owens M.D. actor and daughter of Meryl Streep, on why she made a paid appearance at a Coach fund-raiser for New York's High Line park.
"We've released 17 computer-generated movies, and every single one has been a hit. We don't look at the films as risks anymore."
-- Jeffrey Katzenberg: The DreamWorks Animation CEO, on Rise of the Guardians, the 3D film that opens in November that took 60 million work hours to render and cost $145 million to produce.
"Beverly Hills, other burbs, very different to 2008 when smothered in Obama bumper stickers, now hard to find."
-- Rupert Murdoch: The News Corp. chairman and CEO, tweeting his assessment of the 2012 presidential race based on his observation driving around Los Angeles.
"I'm naked, so it's not a far extension of imagination."
-- Jason Russell: The director of Kony 2012, denying he masturbated in public during his nude, psychotic break on a street corner months after his viral documentary reached 100 million views on YouTube.