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Comic Books, to Nicolas Cage, Are the Jungian Archetypes for the Modern Age

“Comic books, to me, are Jungian archetypes for the modern age.” —Kick-Ass star Nicolas Cage [MTV]

“Oh, honestly, I don’t care anymore. Honestly, I don’t give a fuck. We’ve done the best we could … [laughing] I think this might be my farewell to the musical theater.” —Nathan Lane on Broadway show The Addams Family [Daily Beast]

“I feel bad for them. They have it worse than anybody on the planet.” —Gwyneth Paltrow on Brangelina and the paparazzi [Harper’s Bazaar]

“One day, someone said to me, ‘Do you want to go jump out of an airplane?’ I felt like I had nothing to lose anymore, so I said, ‘Why not?’ And every day since then, I ask myself that question.” —Shania Twain on her new show, Why Not? With Shania Twain [Oprah via People]

“‘Woah! I can barely fit my dick in my pants!’ … I am a big prude. Nobody understands what it took for me to sing that line.” —Meatloaf, singing a lyric from his upcoming album [Times Online UK]

“Latinas have struggled in Hollywood for a very long time to be seen as something other than the stereotypical maid, gardener, cholo, Pregnant Girl No. 5. I’ve been on those auditions. It’s about getting rid of those labels. … A young Latina girl as the center of a network television show? That just wasn’t a reality, and now it is. And of course there was the depiction of Betty’s young nephew. That was a huge challenge to stereotypes. Homosexuality is so unaccepted in Latino culture. To portray a Latino family that loves and supports and accepts this child for who he is was incredibly groundbreaking.” —Ugly Betty star America Ferrera [Time]

Comic Books, to Nicolas Cage, Are the Jungian Archetypes for the Modern Age