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Kiss And Tell

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”I did an audition for [George Clooney’s] next movie, and it was the first time I’d met [him]. We were doing this postcoital bedroom scene, and in the middle of it I’m thinking, If I don’t get this part, this is probably my last chance to kiss George Clooney. It wasn’t in the script, but I kissed him anyway. Thank goodness, because I didn’t get the part.” — Krippendorf’s Tribe’s JENNA ELFMAN on E! Online

”Knowing that I am the greatest guy in the world really makes it simple.” — Good Will Hunting’s MATT DAMON, joking (God, we hope so) to E! Online about how he controls his ego

”…About 10, 15 minutes into the reading, Mark Wahlberg came over and sat down beside me. And he said, ‘How ya doin’, Dad?” It stayed like that, the relationship stayed like that through the whole film.” — Boogie Nights’ BURT REYNOLDS, on costar Wahlberg, on RoughCut Online

”Pretty much if someone is having a good time playing music, I enjoy it…. Someone can be banging a pot against a concrete stair, and if someone else is banging a pot, that’s cool. That’s going to end up in ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY and I’ll sound like a jackass.” — Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s SETH GREEN on UltimateTV

”…I usually get a pretty good case of tunnel vision, where I really don’t know what’s going on. But I’m not as bad as Al Pacino — he doesn’t even know what month it is half the time when he’s working.” — The Big Lebowski’s JOHN GOODMAN on E! Online