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Channing Tatum Is a Man Who Stands by His Principles, No Matter the Cost

"I don't care. If they don't like me because I voted for Obama, then fuck them. I like horses and I like Obama. Nothin' wrong with that." —Channing Tatum on not pleasing the people of Alabama [GQ]

"He takes this brick of hash, whips out a knife, like Jesse James, and cuts me off a big slither. I go, 'Do you have a pipe to go with this?' And he handed me a Coke can." —Quentin Tarantino pretty convincingly debunks Brad Pitt's claim to have given up weed [Female First]

"I'd never been [to Australia]. We didn't make reservations anywhere, we just got in a car and started driving. And then, of course, every once in a while we couldn't find a hotel, so we'd sleep in the car — which was not fun for me but fun for him. It's not [legal]. The police knocked on the car windows at five in the morning, and he didn't wake up. I had to talk to the police officer, and he was very nice and he let me go." —Diane Kruger on getting busted Down Under for roughing it with Joshua Jackson [Contact Music]

"I always wanted to be a writer. I took for granted that I was funny because I was in a funny family. I didn't think being funny was a great skill. I thought I would rather be cool, I would rather be great at baseball or something. I thought being funny was just like your eye color or how tall you were." —B.J. Novak on how naturally funny he is [AV Club]

"But I pull into a parking lot and I can't back out of it, because it's crowded with people shouting things like: 'Hey, Kristen — you lost? Are you smoking pot? Are you fucking Robert Pattinson? You know, we have a call sheet, and you're supposed to be at the production office now.' And that's when I'm like, 'Oh, my God! How in the hell do you have a call sheet?' A call sheet? I swear, if it's one of these guys in the office selling that shit, I will kill them." —Kristen Stewart on her nightmare life [ShowbizSpy]

"I'm the first person to sue and win against the paparazzi on harassment charges. It's absolutely changed my life. I didn't want to shut down and hide myself away. I didn't want security, I didn't want a driver, I just wanted a normal life, but I felt myself being pushed to a place where I felt afraid. Constantly." —Sienna Miller ... on her nightmare life [GQ]

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