"I'm the number one Cumberbitch!"
- Johnny Depp on Benedict Cumberbatch, just after learning the fandom name at Wednesday night's Black Mass panel in Los Angeles!
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"There's a lot of sex. I don't want to say who it was with, but I just shot the most intense sex scene I've ever done."
-Jonathan Groff on the sex scenes in the Looking movie.
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"Arnold Schwarzenegger is an unsung pioneer for minority actors. Look at The Terminator: There had to be someone who heard his name tossed around for the role and thought: ‘Wait, why would the robot have an Austrian accent? No one's gonna buy that! We gotta get a robot that has an American accent! Just get a white guy from the States. Audiences will be confused.' Nope. They weren't. Because, you know what? No one really cares."
- Aziz Ansari on how Arnold Schwarzenegger helped pave the way for minority actors in Hollywood.
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"Wes Craven was the guy who gave me my start, from my perspective, for almost no reason in particular. I read scenes with his daughter when I auditioned for the part. At the time, I was a musician. I wasn't really acting. It was not anything very near to my brain or my heart, which is pretty much how it remains to this day."
- Johnny Depp, on why he owes his acting career to late A Nightmare On Elm Street director Wes Craven.
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"It was one of those crazy out of body moments and I can't tell you anything that happened from the moment I came on stage, so surreal."
-Julia Roberts talking to Extra about dancing on stage with Taylor Swift during her 1989 concert!
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"Oh I got a text from a cute guy."
– Selena Gomez explaining to Ryan Seacrest why she got distracted during their Friday interview!
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"I have worked on myself and I look hot, so I'm going to work it. I'm going to show the world that you can go from having an eating disorder and hating your body to wearing underwear on the cover of a magazine and love it. You know, it's possible."
- Demi Lovato opens up about feeling confident in her own skin on BBC's Radio 1 Live Lounge in London on Wednesday.