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Megan Fox Will Miss Shia, Her Transformers Pants

"I might be a little jealous when I see somebody kissing my Shia [LaBeouf], wearing my jeans that I ... already had been fit for." —Megan Fox, on the potential weirdness of seeing Transformers 3 [MTV]

"I frankly run on fear when I’m working, and I don’t think that’s such a bad thing. I don’t ever want to get on my high horse and think I can take my work lightly. There’s something always, to this day, to learn about the business, or a new way of presenting something through acting, or a new process. No, I just don’t trust myself enough to just knock off something." —Chris Cooper [AV Club]

"I want my shit to be like you're reading a novel, not a Dr. Seuss book. I felt like the last album was too short. This one is a little bit longer, it's 18 tracks and counting. It's just ten times better on all levels. The story's deeper, darker, with no holding back. It's beautiful, man. It's an emotional album." —Kid Cudi, on his new album Mad Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager [Complex]

"I also remember getting on the school bus and the driver, Dwayne, would blast "Billie Jean" by Michael Jackson. I worshipped that bus driver but he was nuts. One time he was going really fast through Central Park and a pigeon smashed on the windshield and everybody cheered [laughs]. He was really into pumping the tunes really loud, which, looking back, is ridiculous with a bunch of five-year-olds on a yellow school bus." —Marnie Stern, on her early listening habits [Pitchfork]

"I was so worried about trying to parallel park. I was always trying to slide this way, slide that way. I'm so nervous about that, I get in the car, I'm driving and the man's like, 'Well, you did great and everything, you can parallel park, but you didn't put on your seatbelt, so you failed.' I was like, 'Damn.'" —Big Boi, on failing his driver's test at 17 [MTV]

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