“I think they’re prostituting the game. I won’t mention any names, because some of these studios I’m planning on working with in the future.” —Method Man on the state of comic-book movies [EW]
“I still see him as the same Mr. Koenig. I still have that thing in my mind that this is the same man we threw paper at, wrote on his shirt and put gum on his chair.” —15-year-old Quraan Jones, a former middle-school student of Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig [MTV]
“I know in this day and age, when you meet men, they often want to be boys. They dress like boys. And it’s very confusing. I can’t offer any solution except to make a movie about it.” —Illeana Douglas on her upcoming movie, Oh Joy [LAT]
“They called up and asked, ‘Are you still interested in Dirty Harry?’ I said, ‘What happened to Frank Sinatra?’ And they said, ‘Frank Sinatra’s got some problem with his hand and he can’t hold a gun.’ That sounded like a pretty lame excuse, but it didn’t matter to me.” —Clint Eastwood on landing his most famous role [MTV]
“That was a long time ago and the music is really okay. Some of it’s a little melancholic and sweet. And some of it, I think, ‘Well, that was a crazy person.’” —Debbie Harry on Parallel Lines [NYDN]Beware, Unnamed Movie Studios: Method Man Will Courageously Call You Out!