Yes, I Did Say That!
A look at who's saying what in entertainment.
Welcome, everyone, to the 66th Tony Awards! Or as we like to call it, Fifty Shades of Gay."
-- Neil Patrick Harris: The actor and Tony host, opening the 2012 awards ceremony June 10.
"The belief you can design a franchise just because you want one has been responsible for some of the worst movies."
-- Nina Jacobson: The Hunger Games producer, at the Produced By conference in Culver City.
"I used LSD approximately ten to fifteen times … on a sugar cube or in a hard form of gelatin. … I can say it was a positive life-changing experience for me."
-- Steve Jobs: The deceased Apple CEO, in a newly declassified Pentagon document, part of a routine screening for Top Secret government security clearance in 1988.
"With the L.A. Kings winning the NHL Championship tonight, gracious L.A. Lakers fans have offered to do the rioting for them."
-- Conan O'Brien: The host, on the Kings winning the Stanley Cup for the first time ever.
"@abcfbunheads: really? You couldn't cast even ONE young dancer of color so I could feel good about my kid watching this show? NOT ONE?"
-- Shonda Rhimes: The Scandal creator, tweeting about ABC Family's Bunheads, a show about ballet dancers. Rhimes' shows are on parent company ABC.
"That doesn't make me feel good at all. … Things are really different than they were 25 years ago. We don't have to all slice and hate each other anymore."
-- Lady Gaga: The pop star, responding to a mash-up of "Born This Way" and "Express Yourself" that Madonna performed in concert to prove that Gaga ripped off her song.
"Everyone wants to examine the unanswered questions about origins … but I wonder why every character in this film is such a dick."
-- James Franco: The actor, offering his review of the sci-fi movie Prometheus.
"I've been doing art films, and it's killing me financially. I tip heavy, dress like a king, so the numbers spiral, ya know? … I can have this hologram everywhere and stay home."
-- Bill Murray: The actor, joking that he would be the first living actor to use a hologram like Tupac Shakur's at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival to earn money while relaxing at home.