Yes, I Did Say That!

A look at who's saying what in entertainment.

If I had known 3D was gonna be such a big deal, I'd have gotten that boob job 10 years ago."
-- Charlize Theron
The actress, at the Big Screen Achievement Awards dinner at CinemaCon, where she received the Distinguished Decade of Achievement in Film Award.

"You're just not allowed to talk to him. … You think I'm kidding, but I'm not making this up."
-- Richard Simmons
The fitness expert, revealing how David Letterman refused to chat during commercial breaks when Simmons was a show regular.

"I have a saying: 'If you're not yelling at your kids, you're just not spending enough time with them.' "
-- Mark Ruffalo
The actor, who plays The Incredible Hulk in The Avengers and is a father of three.

"George Clooney is always going to play me -- that's a given."
-- Leslie Moonves
The CBS Corp. president and CEO, when asked who would play him in a biopic.

"I was like: 'I love you. Please don't tell me to quit my job!' "
-- Gabourey Sidibe
The Precious actress, on a disappointing encounter with her hero, Joan Cusack, who told Sidibe to give up acting because it is "too image-conscious."

"HFPA suffered from the absence of sound, businesslike practices."
-- Howard Matz
The federal judge, ruling April 30 against the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and for Dick Clark Productions, allowing DCP to continue to produce the Golden Globes.

"The good news is that Awake is retroactively making Lone Star's ratings look pretty kick-ass."
-- Kyle Killen
The creator of both shows, after NBC's Awake hit a series low April 26 with a 0.8 rating in the 18-to-49 demo. Lone Star was canceled in 2010 after two episodes aired.

"Franchise Viagra is in the building."
-- Dwayne Johnson
The actor, during Paramount's presentation of G.I. Joe: Retaliation at CinemaCon.

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