Shia LaBeouf Refreshingly Honest About Great Emptiness in His Soul

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"Happiness isn't worth anything. It's momentary. This is forever." —Transformers' Shia LaBeouf on why acting is the most important thing in his life [LAT]

"I have been called a lot of things, but never a great Satan." —Oliver Stone, after Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad rejected his documentary proposal [Variety]

"There are 535 people up on the hill and many of them remind me of the kid in grade school who, two minutes before the end of class if we hadn't gotten homework, would remind the teacher." —Dennis Miller explains why he has no interest in running for political office [PopMatters]

"At a certain age you're supposed to be in the back room, rocking the grandchildren." —Glenn Close on why Hollywood has trouble writing roles for older women [Time]

"'Cause it's kind of boring at home sometimes." —Rock recluse Sly Stone on why he's chosen to make a comeback now [VF]
—Hannah Tucker