Amy Poehler Isn’t Ready to Trade New York for Los Angeles Just Yet

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"I’m on 13 years now and there’s really no other place I’d rather live. People talk to you a lot in restaurants in L.A. People ask you, 'What are you eating? That looks good.' It’s strange. It is totally unnerving. My first instinct is to make a fist." —Amy Poehler on why she wants to move back to New York [Daily Beast]

"Mate, if you expect me to play a journalist as a hero, you are talking to the wrong bloke." —Russell Crowe, laying down the law to State of Play director Kevin MacDonald [Fox]

"I never thought of them as a problem, so much as a solution. I probably never would have been able to get up onstage. Now, I mainly drink red wine." —Kris Kristofferson on not having a drug problem [NYP]

"I get these occasional letters from Lucasfilm saying that we regret to inform you that as Return of the Jedi has never gone into profit, we’ve got nothing to send you." —David Prowse on hardly being a rich man from playing Darth Vader [Times UK]

"My assistant had to look at so many ass porno movies. And there's a lot of them, too." —John Waters on preparing for his current Chelsea art show [Film Blog/Guardian UK]

"We had to ban it from the new album." —Peter Bjorn and John's Peter Moren on whistling [MTV]