By Annie Barrett
Updated October 20, 2006 at 12:00 PM EDT

Los Angeles Daily News blogger David Kronke posted a set of hilarious outtakes of an interview he conducted with James Woods (love his Family Guy cameos!) about his new CBS series, Shark. Woods admitted to being happier on the small screen because he can’t stand the current state of film. Why aren’t movies successful? “Three simple words: Because they f@&^ing stink,” says Woods. “That’s four words, but you can’t write the f@&^ing word. They stink, they stink, they stink, what’s wrong with you? They stink. Do better movies. … Finally, I saw a good movie — The Departed. And look what it took: It took Marty Scorsese, Matt Damon, Mark Wahlberg, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jack Nicholson, (screenwriter) Bill Monahan – and it’s based on another movie.”

James Woods is my hero. Who says f@&^ing s#%* like that in Hollywood anymore? Now if you’ll excuse me, it’s time to retreat to a happy time when movies used to be good. I’m off to go rent Vampires.

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