Yes, I Did Say That!

I cannot tell you how embarrassing he is in social situations … the terrible faux pas he innocently commits as my husband."

-- Isla Fisher: The actress, on the difficulties of being married to Borat star Sacha Baron Cohen, recounting how he once asked Cate Blanchett what she did for a living and told Jack Black that his mother had "big bosoms."

"You should have saw his face when he saw me."

-- Mike Tyson: The boxer and Hangover actor, recalling Brad Pitt's reaction when the heavyweight champion caught the young actor in bed with his then-wife Robin Givens while the couple was getting divorced during the late 1980s.

"You'd love your parents to be proud of you. Of course that influenced me, but not so much anymore."

-- Elizabeth Murdoch: The Shine chairman, on her relationship with her father, News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch.

"We have our heads up our ass."

-- Kevin Reilly: The Fox Entertainment chairman, on the television industry's failure to respond to the changing behavior of viewers, including watching TV on DVRs, Netflix and Hulu.

"He's not my husband. He's never asked me, and if he did, I probably wouldn't say yes."

-- Fran Walsh: The Hobbit producer, reminding a reporter that she is not wed to professional and personal partner Peter Jackson, with whom she has two teenagers.

"The rate of characters that have been killed at DreamWorks since I came in has elevated 60 percent. … In all great fables, somebody has to f--ing die!"

-- Guillermo del Toro: The Rise of the Guardians producer, on suggesting the death of Sandman in the middle of the animated movie that also features such mythical characters as Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and Jack Frost.

"In a weird way, it's kind of a relief to think, 'Oh, I know I'm not that young sort of pretty thing anymore.' "

-- Jude Law: The actor, 39, on the benefits of aging out of being a sex symbol. Law plays the role of older stifling husband Karenin -- and not the dashing young love interest, Count Vronsky -- in Anna Karenina.

"You get divorced about four times a week."

-- D.A. Pennebaker: The documentary filmmaker, describing editing movies with his wife and production company partner, Chris Hegedus, while accepting an honorary Oscar at the Governors Awards.

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