March 09, 2001 at 05:00 AM EST

”You cut the pancake breakfast out, and the steak and eggs … It brings tears to my eyes … I just exercised a lot more, just did a lot more cardio and a lot of yoga, and it really felt good. But then towards the end of the film I was really anxious to sit down and order an IHOP double-decker, just bring the whipped cream and butter.” — Charlize Theron on losing 20 pounds for Sweet November, on Entertainment Tonight Online

”You’re in an art museum and you’re standing in front of van Gogh. And you’re looking at it and going ‘Wow.’ Then you turn around, and here’s eight people looking at you! And that’s the most uncomfortable example of the fascination with film stars … It’s just … phenomenological.” — Jack Nicholson, on BigStar.com

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