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Kate Hudson Explains Why She’s Not Great at Death Scenes

"You prepare for a movie like this in the same way you would any movie. I've never seen anyone die but I did nearly choke to death once, when I was 12, on a fireball that blocked my windpipe. And there was another time when I was winded after falling off a horse. You know, struggling for breath. So I tried to draw on those experiences to make my death scene look convincing." —Kate Hudson on preparing for The Killer Inside Me [Telegraph]

"Like, five minutes. Like, seriously. People are always like, 'yeah, right.' I get out of the shower I blow dry it and then it's done in like, five minutes." —Justin Bieber on his hair [Ellen via People]

"Oh the newcomer? I think she is really fun to look at." —Christina Aguilera on Lady Gaga [Out via Prophet]

"This is a role Marilyn Manson was born to play, and with Evan Rachel Wood bringing dramatic gravity to the ensemble, I have no doubt this will take the horror genre to a new level." —Director David Gordon Green on the just-announced Splatter Sisters, a "sexploitation-serial-killer-slasher-road-movie circa 1989" [Variety]

"It was all thanks to me. ... You could see their chemistry right away, and it was pretty powerful. ... They were completely professional on the set, but there was no mistaking what was happening. ... I was thrilled when I realized they were going to be an item. It just made their scenes together all the better — especially the love scenes. Let's just say it was no stretch for them." —Oliver Stone on Shia LaBeouf and Carey Mulligan in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps [People]

"I was out with my kids the other day at a carnival and someone yelled at me, 'Hey, Nurse Jackie!' I have to admit it made me feel kind of sad not hearing 'Carmela!'" —Edie Falco [Daily Beast via Jezebel]

"When The Rolling Stones started out, we didn't make any money out of records because record companies wouldn't pay you! They didn't pay anyone! Then, there was a small period from 1970 to 1997, where people did get paid, and they got paid very handsomely and everyone made money. But now that period has gone. So if you look at the history of recorded music from 1900 to now, there was a 25 year period where artists did very well, but the rest of the time they didn't." —Mick Jagger [BBC]

"It was very cuddly. I don't know if that's what we were aiming for." —Taylor Lautner on his CGI wolf alter ego in Twilight: Eclipse [USA Today]

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