"It got onto the Drudge Report ...They then carried out a complete review of their security procedures."
Judd Apatow, Live in NYC, Talking Sexism, Masturbation, and the Commercial Prospects of Funny People
He sat down at the Museum of the Moving Image in midtown Manhattan last night for an hour-long conversation about his career.
"I saw somebody get kicked in the head the other day on stage!"
"It's like, 'I have something to say to you and I'm going to say it in song!'"
(500) Days of Summer Director Marc Webb on the Challenge of Making a Romantic Comedy Without Matthew McConaughey
"We'll be lucky if we do so well that we get a backlash."
The activist, singer-songwriter, producer, and sometime actor finally seems to be gaining the American exposure he deserves.
"He could have done 'Twelfth Night 2: Revenge of Malvolio.' And then he should transform and just mow everybody down."
New York Asian Film Fest Guests Yoshihiro Nishimura, Tak Sakaguchi, and Noboru Iguchi on the Subtle Differences Between American and Japanese Movie Sets
"I'm sure if we had the same legal system as America we would have been sued."
Urie speaks to us about his character's future on 'Betty' and why he's so private about certain issues.
"I'm a man of my word. I know a lot of people is doubting this project is even existing."
"I live on the Upper East Side for my sins. But the thing I’m attracted to is the edges."
"It was 125 degrees, the bomb suit was 100 pounds ... So I played 'Moonlight Sonata.'"
"I'm going to get pregnant this fall. I'm 83. I think the world is ready for it."
"Michael Cera's character has a line when the people are in revolt — you hear Michael yell, 'Yes we can!'"
"The kids don't actually get to touch any of the explosives, because I guess they would die."
"It's actually a song inspired by seeing Brian Wilson once when Weird Al and I got together with our kids and saw him wandering in a park."
"I'm better than when I made 'Take the Money and Run,' but not much better than when I made 'Annie Hall.' I've learned very little after that."
"Women narrators are supposed to be likable, and my characters are not necessarily nice and/or likable. But they are funny."
"It was weird — a big festival of narcissism for me."
In town to co-chair the World Science Festival, Alda raps with Vulture on his knowledge of insects and surgery.
We speak with Ehrenreich about working with Coppola and his run-in with Spielberg.
"Yeah, the guy in the front row was text messaging, so I gave him some fire."
"I just go to YouTube and type in 'heroin user,' and so many videos pop up."
We called up the couple to find out what Argento would divulge about her Cannes jury experience.