David Fincher Not Through With Filming People Doing Horrible Things to Each Other


"I think it was probably easy up until Zodiac to say, 'That's a guy who's interested in those movies where people do horrible things to each other.' But there's a much higher body count in this movie than in anything I've ever done." David Fincher provides a warning for those who think The Curious Case of Benjamin Button will be a warm and fuzzy holiday treat [LAT]

"I don't want to see my daughter doing that kind of thing, but I've done it, so I can barely say, 'Babe! I'm having none of that!' I just tune out." Ray Winstone on seeing his daughter Jamie in graphic sex scenes [Guardian]

"We think we can represent the Fox brand: scrappy and loud." Spike Feresten sets the bar pretty low for his upcoming Fox late-night talk show [NYT]

"I think I probably am, aren't I? I think I probably am. I mean, not in a bra-burning way. But I think I am a feminist, yeah." Kate Winslet [Guardian]

"In my mid-20s, an actor told me, 'Acting ain't no puzzle.' I thought: 'Ain't no puzzle?!?' You must be bad!" Philip Seymour Hoffman takes his craft very seriously [NYT]

"We identified a definite risk of mild traumatic brain injury from headbanging. We would suggest a proper public health warning, as for smoking." Dr. Andrew McIntosh of the University of New South Wales delivers bad news for metal fans just before the holidays [Guardian]