”I’m thrilled with [the kissing] scene [with Kevin Kline in In & Out] because of the context. There are movies that would make something like that a stunt, but neither of us wanted to step out of character and do that. It’s not a passionate kiss, it’s a slap-in-the-face wake-up call. I certainly was more comfortable with that than I would have been with a passionate one!”
In & Out‘s TOM SELLECK on E! Online

”[It was] extremely difficult [to be 5’11” in the 10th grade]. When you’re that tall, people talk about it all the time. But the reality is, at the end of the day you can kick all their butts.”
3rd Rock From the Sun‘s KRISTEN JOHNSTON on E! Online

”I’ve got to come clean [about my missing ‘Keep On Truckin’ tattoo]. One day I woke up and it bothered me. So I started having laser treatments about two years [ago], and it is all but gone. It takes a long time, but it does go away.”
The Tony Danza Show‘s TONY DANZA on America Online

”I think [television’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer] is good for young girls and boys. I think it’s positive to have a young girl in the lead role being the heroine. I like that all the kids on the show are very real looking. It’s not all 90210‘d out. But I find the TV show a lot different from the movie. A lot darker and not as high comedy, I would say. But it’s still a good show.”
KRISTY SWANSON, who played Buffy the Vampire Slayer in the 1992 movie, on AOL

”The saying where I come from is ‘Reviews are fish-and-chip paper.’ You’ve got to get totally used to rejection [in the film business]. I only get a job in America, it would seem, when everyone else is distracted.”
L.A. Confidential‘s RUSSELL CROWE, an Australian, on Rough Cut Online