By EW Staff
Updated June 15, 2001 at 04:00 AM EDT

”They were both excellent. You know, as an actress you just hope that they don’t have any nasty surprises for you, like loose teeth or halitosis or biting. There really was none of that.” — Pearl Harbor’s KATE BECKINSALE on who was the better kisser, Ben Affleck or Josh Hartnett, on Mr. Showbiz

”[I]t wasn’t based on Jeffrey [Katzenberg]; it wasn’t based on Michael [Eisner]. We always wanted Lord Farquaad to be this diminutive persona. He’s always trying to make his world perfect, yet he doesn’t fit his own image of perfection. It’s very common — Napoleon, Hitler, both…were trying to create perfect races, perfect people, but they didn’t fit their own image of perfection.” — Shrek codirector ANDREW ADAMSON, on