Handsome Movie Star Maintains Healthy Body Image

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"I have the opposite of anorexia. I look in the mirror and I think I look great ... I was like, 'What's going on?' I took another suit out and it didn't fit either. Honestly, what I thought was that somehow [George] Clooney had gotten in and paid somebody to slightly hem [the suits]. My wife said to me, 'Could it be that maybe you've put on some weight?' I'm like, 'That's absurd! I look fantastic!'" —Matt Damon on gaining weight for The Informant! [MTV]

"I mean Jeremy's got a good sense of humor. I'm sure if its all in good fun he won't have a problem with it. On the other hand you know Jeremy also won his case so maybe his producers are wrong ... So maybe they should cease and whatever it is. Maybe they should just be quiet." —Kevin Connolly on The Piven Monologues [E! Online]

"I wanted to write a character that men recognized, that was very important for me. I think I succeeded in doing that. That's not to say that all men are alcoholics or sexual predators, certainly not. But there is a way in which we view the world that is not unlike some of the stuff that goes through Bunny's head, a sort of running sexual commentary. Some men will admit this and some men won't. Women also like the character because I've revealed something they've suspected about men all along." —Nick Cave on his new novel, The Death of Bunny Munro [Time]

"Miss Piggy and I have not called it quits, and that's because we do not have that kind of relationship. We are colleagues and close friends. Sometimes too close. Waaaay too close. We still work together all the time. In fact, in early December, you can catch us together singing with Andrea Bocelli on the Andrea Bocelli & David Foster: My Christmas, a new holiday special for PBS. Piggy was jealous I was going to sing with Andrea ... until she found out Andrea is a guy. And a handsome guy at that. Then, I got jealous." —Kermit the Frog [People]

"I have never. However, I will say that I would like to, and I'm not afraid to. If I went through the whole process, the psyching-up process, I think it'd be cool. I like rituals where you have to go to an unconscious state and get out of your head." —Aaron Eckhart on walking across hot coals [MTV]