“With our history we could do anything without feeling stupid. I would even let Leo physically harm me if it meant making a scene better, and I know he feels the same way.” — Considering the events of this week, Kate Winslet probably could've picked a better example to illustrate how much she trusts Leonardo DiCaprio [ContactMusic via OK! Magazine]
"It would be easy to say, 'Now ... she's imprinted with ninja skills. And this week ... imprinted with ninja skills! And next week ... a different ninja! Tonight, on Ninja Skills!' So you have to make it clear that that's not what everybody needs all the time." —Joss Whedon on making sure that Dollhouse doesn't turn into Alias [What's Alan Watching?]
"I've got a lot of gay women friends that are like, 'Put your clothes on.'
People just have different views about it. I'm not wrong. I'm free. And if it's wrong to be free, then I don't want to be right. Things are changing. We've got a black president, people.'' —Lady Gaga isn't putting her pants back on for at least four more years [EW]
"It's always been a comic dream of mine to attempt to seduce a man doing a dance that's actually repulsive. So the opportunity of doing that arose during this movie and I embraced it and I really enjoyed every minute of it. It wasn't choreographed. I'm embarrassed to admit, my own moves." — Isla Fisher on seducing Hugh Dancy in Confessions of a Shopaholic [Female First]
"Possibly one or two but then they don't really read books. These guys work at gas stations and body shops." — Joseph O'Neill on whether his fellow cricketers have read his novel Netherland [Telegraph UK]
"I think there should be an end to everything. I mean, did anyone really want Indiana Jones 4? The answer is no. I've taken a poll in about seven theaters now. Of 300 people, three hands go up. You are bound to disappoint." — Bruce Campbell on putting his character Ash, from the Evil Dead trilogy, to rest [A.V. Club]