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To Julie White, Mosquitoes Are Nothing Compared to the Challenge of Not Swearing

"The bugs are actually easy for me, compared to doing a play where I’m not saying [a profanity the Times deigned unfit for print]. I'm used to doing contemporary plays and an American vernacular. But no swearing for me this summer." —Julie White on doing Shakespeare in the Park [NYT]

"If they walk away thinking I can sing, that's an even better plus. Because what I hear between my ears and you hear out there could be entirely different." —Chandra Wilson on her singing in Mama Morton [People]

"I eat poo. You ever see one of those shows like Fear Factor? I mean they do some weird stuff, but nothing like eating shit. It's one of the most scary things you can do. But I enjoyed eating that turd." —Jack Black on eating number two in Year One [Female First]

"Will arrived a bit like a scared rabbit, shocked from capture. I think he lived 10 lifetimes in those two days.” —Bear Grylls on Will Ferrell's appearance on Man vs. Wild [NYDN]

"It was Mother's Day coming up and I don't have any problems appearing crazy to make my mother smile, but she is the most beautiful woman on this planet and I love her. She's fly as hell. I stand by that. My mom's awesome ... I think the sickness is also on the other end to be able to twist the words and make it as ridiculous as that. Clearly, I'm not having sex with my mother. It's ridiculous." —Shia LeBeouf rebuts charges that he is sleeping with his mom [HuffPo]

"So far we have ridden horses together, seen off bad guys, got naked (partially) wallowed chin deep in mud, danced by firelight, attended a funeral and kissed. What can I say? It's an interesting gig." —Russell Crowe on his scenes with Cate Blanchett in Robin Hood [Contact Music]

Photo: Patrick McMullan