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We do look very different; we’re older. Leo’s 37, I’m 36 — we were 21 and 22 when we made that film. You know, he’s fatter now — I’m thinner.”
— Kate Winslet
The actress, on how she and Titanic co-star Leonardo DiCaprio have changed in the 15 years since the movie’s release.
“Enough, ladies. I get it. You have periods. But we’re approaching peak vagina on television, the point of labia saturation.”
— Lee Aronsohn
The Two and a Half Men co-creator, on this season’s wave of female-centric sitcoms. He later apologized on Twitter.
“Been reading your comments. Most of you are so jaded. Blow jobs and free beer. F– you. We made a funny, heartfelt movie, and it delivers. Isn’t that enough?”
— Chris Moore
The American Reunion producer, lashing out on the film’s Facebook page at fans who mocked his attempt to use the site to drum up business for opening weekend.
“Are you reading some newspapers?”
— Matt Lauer
The Today host, teasing Sarah Palin about her infamous 2008 interview with Katie Couric as he was interviewing Palin about her appearance as a guest host. “That’s a fine ‘How do you do?’ ” she shot back.
“how is ashton kutcher going to play steve jobs in a movie when he’s not even smart enough to write his own tweets?”
— Daniel Tosh
The host of Comedy Central’s popular web video-clip show Tosh.0, tweeting about the news that Ashton Kutcher had been cast to play the Apple co-founder in a biopic.
“Between 60 MINUTES expose on sugar and the last scene of Mad Men, that’s pretty much the end of Sunday Sundaes at Chez Lindelof.”
— Damon Lindelof
The Star Trek movie producer, vowing in a tweet to eat healthier in reference to the April 1 broadcasts of the news program and Betty Draper’s Mad Men weight gain.
“I don’t get talked to like that by anybody, certainly not in front of my wife and daughter, you goddamn asshole; alcoholic, fat shit. … You can suck my c–. Is that clear?”
— Chevy Chase
The Community actor, in a voicemail to creator Dan Harmon after he criticized the actor at the wrap party for walking off the set.
“Had I known it was this difficult, I would have done something else.”
— Oprah Winfrey
The OWN founder, on starting a cable network from scratch.
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