Paul Rudd on Preparing for His Darkest Role Ever

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"I landed in Hawaii from New York, which is just a really long flight, and arrived in Honolulu and had to go right to spray-tanning. Then I had to take a drive an hour and a half or so to the North Shore. I got to my room and took a shower, which was so stupid. And they didn't have spray-tanning in the North Shore. So as soon as I took a shower, I had to go back an hour and a half to Honolulu to get spray-tanned again."—Paul Rudd on preparations for Forgetting Sarah Marshall [AV Club]

"Apparently my skill, if I have one, is that I can get really, really close to the creepy line while somehow still being likeable. And so that’s been my whole exercise in my career, just trying to get as close to that creepy line as possible."—Jason Segel on his special talent [AV Club]

"You can't ask for more excitement from a hip-hop perspective than two Eminem albums. One is great. It's a treat. But the second one is exciting."—50 Cent [MTV]

"I wasn't ready for my success, I wasn't prepared for it at all. So I kind of went a bit doolally for a while."—Adele [Guardian UK]

"The Oscar is the only prize that is treated like a living thing. People and friends call you to come over and meet it."—Pedro Almodóvar [NYDN]

"The dance-off was hell. The dance-off is the most stressful thing. I remembered to shake my hips, but I forgot the routine…. It was horrible."—Belinda Carlisle on caving under the pressure on Dancing With the Stars [E! Online]