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Not Even Babies Safe From New Jennifer Lopez Album

"I've been working on it probably since last summer and we're aiming for a release this summer. It's the same as I've always done, there's always gonna be that combination of, like, dance and street and a little bit of hip hop and a little bit of R&B — just all of those influences that I grew up with. I wrote a song for the babies. I don't know if I'm gonna put that on the album. But there will be a song that I call 'Love?' with a question mark because I just feel like it's just an endlessly fascinating topic and its still very confusing to me." —Jennifer Lopez [Parade]

"It's funny, [another journalist] just asked me about a sequel to Beetlejuice — which, though I haven't heard anything about it, might be interesting. I would do that! Thing is, do ghosts age? Wouldn't we be stuck in the age we were? Alec [Baldwin] and I would have to look as we did then — who knows, maybe we could? I better get in touch with Tim Burton." —Geena Davis [Moviehole]

"I swear to god that’s not the case. Banksy may not want me to say that but no, it’s not." —Shepard Fairey on whether Banksy's Mr. Brainwash is a hoax [VF]

"I thought the Madonna episode of Glee was brilliant on every level. The dialogue and the entire script was genius. I completely appreciated the layers of irony, especially when all those macho boys sang 'What It Feels Like For A Girl.' I also loved the fantastic performances of 'Vogue,' 'Express Yourself' and all the messages about the boys being respectful to girls. The entire cast was amazing. They're all so talented. I especially loved Sue Sylvester [Jane Lynch] and Kurt Hummel's [Chris Colfer] characters. [Show creator] Ryan Murphy did a great job bringing all these elements together. ... I wish I went to a high school like that ... If only." —Madonna [Us]

"Sulu gets sexier." —John Cho on his character in Star Trek 2 [Trek Movie]

"Roman Polanski and a wonderful part for an older woman and no pressure to be alluring or young or sexy, and a meaty subtext to work with." —Actress Olivia Williams on why she took a part in The Ghost Writer [UPI via Jezebel]

“They do sexualize young children, it’s a fact — look at their name, ‘pussy’ and ‘dolls’. But even though I say fuck and cunt and cocaine in that song ['Mansion Song'], there’s nothing in there as offensive as ‘Don’t you wish your girlfriend was hot like me.'" —Kate Nash on the Pussycat Dolls [Times UK]

"Honestly, I do what I can. I’m not really an improv guy by trade. When you get guys like Rudd and Carell and Galifianakis, you just try to set them up. I’ll be the tee that the ball is sitting on that they can kind of try to park it with. I get the assist. I’m the assist man." —Ron Livingston on Dinner for Schmucks [Star Pulse]

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