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  • On writing ‘Scarface’

    “<a href=”http://articles.latimes.com/1989-12-17/entertainment/ca-1635_1_oliver-stone” target=”_hplink”>I was doing a lot of coke at that time</a>. I understood the meglomania, the delight, the paranoia of cocaine. I was near the top of the film business and nearly blew it away. ‘Scarface’ was my farewell to coke. ‘Salvador’ was my comeback from the abyss.”

  • On George H. W. Bush

    “<a href=”http://articles.latimes.com/1989-12-17/entertainment/ca-1635_1_oliver-stone/2″ target=”_hplink”>The vandals are at the gate</a>. We have a fascist security state

  • On why he never wears a shirt

    “<a href=”http://www.celebitchy.com/8623/matthew_mcconaughey_doesnt_like_to_wear_shirts_lost_his_virginity_at_15_/” target=”_hplink”>Well, I grew up in the country and didn’t wear shirts or shoes</a>. My mom didn’t even put a bathing suit on us in the country club until we were nine.”

  • On not checking whether a dragon is a male or a female

    “When I’m running for my life I generally don’t look back at the plumbing.” — Denton Van Zan in

  • Actor/castle-collector Nicolas Cage has the tendency to say and do some unbelievably outlandish things. For instance, at a Romanian nightclub last year, he screamed at random strangers, telling them he would “fucking die because of honor.”

    However, situations like these are not just held to manic episodes in public. Sometimes, Cage will also voice strange things during interviews, like he did in a recent online chat with fans over on Empire

    Your 10 Favorite TV Quotes of 2011

    Ready for one last blast from the past before we turn ourselves over to 2012? In December, we invited you to name your favorite television quotes from 2011, and you willingly obliged. So we’ve painstakingly tallied up your suggestions and categorized them into a Top 10 list. There were only a couple hundred responses to sort though, nbd.

    By the time we were finished counting up your votes, one thing was… Continue reading Your 10 Favorite TV Quotes of 2011

    James Franco can officially add “movie critic” to his multi-hyphenate job description of “Actor-director-author-painter-performance artist-musician,” and he couldn’t have picked a better movie to ply his new trade on: ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1.’ In his newest article for The Paris Review, the probably-one-time-Oscar-host compares and contrasts the blockbuster vampire soap opera with George Clooney’s Oscar-hopeful ‘The Descendants.’ Franco makes some interesting points regarding both films’ use… Continue reading The Best Quotes from James Franco's Review of 'Breaking Dawn'