Shia LaBeouf Says People Were More Tolerant of Awfulness in the Eighties

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"To suspend the disbelief — the swing through these vines and nuking of the fridge. It wasn't like they didn't do fantastical stuff in the first three. They did ridiculously fantastical things in the first three. But you could stomach it because you were a different viewer, and I think that the viewership has changed." Shia LaBeouf on Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull [MTV]

"You know, as much as people talk about George [Lucas] not being able to write or whatever, I'm terrifically fucking pleased to be in Star Wars. C'mon! Star Wars is going to be studied forever by people going to film school." Samuel L. Jackson [Ain't It Cool News]

"I would say I'm about 75 percent technique, and 25 percent Red Bull.'" Neil Patrick Harris on his acting style [A.V. Club]

"Woody's a cool dude. He takes life real easy. If I smoked, he would have definitely shared his stash." André 3000 on his Battle in Seattle co-star Woody Harrelson [Rock&RollDaily/Rolling Stone]

"I get up, look in the mirror and say, 'Oh, you fucking fat bastard.' I have to throw my clothes away every three months because I get too fat for them." Ricky Gervais [WENN via Starpulse]