(It won't actually be called Boyhood.)
"We have Mr. McConaughey on the phone right now. He just said, 'All right, all right, all right.'"
For his role in Dallas Buyer's Club.
Mike Birbiglia reminded everyone of what happened on the set of I Heart Huckabees. As if they forgot.
For Best Feature.
David Cronenberg on A Dangerous Method, His ‘Falling Off’ Body Parts, and Why You Should Never Call His Work ‘Cronenbergian’
"I have no desire to impose some preconceived idea of Cronenbergness on the project."
"There are some locations [in Tree of Life] I even scouted before."
"I had a massive crush on Jeremy Irons, and when I met my gynecologist, I was like, 'Wait a second. You're not Jeremy Irons. You don't look like Jeremy Irons at all!'"
"I just watched the Woody Allen documentary, the first part of it. Did you watch it?"
"I’m still at the point where I’m, like, Oh my God, Nicole Kidman saw my movie!"
To summarize: Robert Duvall is better than you.
Also: 'Waiting for "Superman."'
Meryl Streep: “drunk as a skunk”?
"If people want to make that the thing they want to talk about, it's distressing, but that's their business."
If last night’s Gotham Awards ceremony at Cipriani were any indication, the upcoming spate of year-end prize-giving will be a series of smooth, well-oiled affairs.
Last night’s Gotham Awards ceremony, held for the first time in Brooklyn, at Steiner Studios’ massive Stage 3, provided an entertainingly schizophrenic picture of the indie film world.
Plus news on Kid Rock, Doris Lessing, and the first film awards of the season.