Don’t Eat Dinner at Wayne Coyne’s House

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Alan Reid, The Gesture That Broke the Band (2008). Photo: Getty Images

"I would do experiments with the coleslaw. I made 50 pounds at a time, and I worked there for almost 12 years, so I made a lot of that. And I would get bored. So I'd dump ashtrays literally right into the coleslaw and run it through the cutter, just to see if people would notice. They'd say, 'Oh, something was in my coleslaw!' and I'd be like, 'I don't know about that.'" —Cooking tips from Wayne Coyne [WENN via Starpulse]

"Before killing something, I always talk to it. An animal that's been caressed before it's killed dies peacefully, and its muscles don't contract with adrenalin." Gerard Depardieu speaks sweet nothings to your Christmas turkey. [Contact Music]

"I don't know if I'd even consider Department of Eagles a band." —Department of Eagles' Fred Nicolaus [Filter]

"If I could speak French, Spanish, and Italian, I'd be working in movies that interested me more. They still honor love stories about people who are past the age of not needing facial work. You can age in Europe." Dustin Hoffman considers his career prospects. [Reuters via Yahoo]

"Bugsy steals the show … He's very funny. When I watched the film, there were 14-year-old girls screaming for Bugsy like he was a popstar." Keri Russell on the real star of Bedtime Stories, an animated guinea pig [Sun UK]