"I have a wonderful idea for all those whiners."
"Beautiful actresses are not funny. They don't know how to do comedy."
"That's a difficult thing to believe when I'm playing it, but I'm just a paid employee who has to do what they say."
"Sometimes it does get real. Too real."
"It's for kids."
The actor used to think of Spielberg as a "sensei."
"In my opinion, having sex with a woman is not much different than having a coffee with a woman."
"I became aware of how much I was complaining about [fame]."
It's an amusing, Basic Instinct–related anecdote.
"You can imagine how frustrating it is when I do these movies with Scarlett Johansson and Naomi Watts and the other guys get them."
"Someone hand me a burner and Sondheim's number."
"This year they won't even notice me: 'We don't care, he's not in The Hunger Games!'"
First their Christina Aguilera burn, now this.
Damon Lindelof, Shonda Rhimes, and Bill Lawrence indulge in some real talk.
“I thought the first series was good. That’s what I’ll say.”
"I don't like wearing the glasses over my glasses."
"It's not annoying, it's endearing."
"She'll probably be fine."
She and Winslet agree.
Kate continues her Titanic publicity tour of real talk.
John Cena has some strong thoughts.
"I can't sing!"