Even to Brooke Shields, ‘Lipstick Jungle’ Feels Like It’s Gone On Forever

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Cindy Sherman's Untitled #193 (2008). Photo: Getty Images

"If we were meant to be off the air, we wouldn't have made it as far as we have." Brooke Shields on Lipstick Jungle, which has aired a total of fifteen episodes [Daily Beast]

"I haven't seen Benjamin Button yet, but Brad looks good ageing backwards. And no, I've not been on the set of Inglourious Basterds. This is a Tarantino film, so we're thinking, 'What's a good day to bring children on set?'" —Angelina Jolie [Telegraph via Jezebel]

"She is perfect for this new show, which — just to remind everyone — is not a spinoff of The Office. It is a spinoff of MASH called Seinfeld II." Mike Schur on the confusion over casting Office alum Rashida Jones in the show formerly known as the spinoff to The Office [Variety]

"Richard needs to be quiet. He played Cheney, who's a laconic guy, and that's almost impossible for Richard. So now he's overcompensating." Josh Brolin on Richard Dreyfuss calling Oliver Stone a "Fascist" [MTV]

"There's a message in my ravioli. There's a Bolognese going on." Robert Davi on The Dukes being more than just a heist movie [LAT]

"On a Monday, when we're two days away from airing, and we only have half a show, we're like, But how does he get there? … Crab People! That means we have no ideas left." Trey Parker on what the crab people represent on South Park [Hero Complex/LAT]