--- Maggie Gyllenhaal, via MSNBC, on her role in The Dark Knight:
“I’m not walking into Katie Holmes’ performance,” Gyllenhaal said, reports WENN. “I’m thinking of it as an opportunity to play somebody who’s alive and smart. Chris (Nolan the director) asked me to do this because he wanted me, not because he wants some generic lady in a dress."
Rowr! Catfight! I think it's pretty obvious who wins this battle, though. I mean, Mags is so so right.
--- Paul Rudd, in an interview with Playboy via Towleroad:
"I've often said I'd like to do a play in which I'm totally naked, but each and every time the director and the cast have insisted I put clothes on. A few times I was fired from a production because I did a full-frontal nude scene at the very first performance and they said it was inappropriate. I'll tell you, the cast of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown has regretted it ever since. In all seriousness, I'm pretty carefree about stuff like that. If it were something classy, I'd show the old D&B. And by D&B I mean, of course, "dick and balls."
You know, he's already gone practically naked onstage... yes, of course I have a link! But yeah, let's make this happen. I'm writing the play right now. It's called Five Hours of Paul Rudd Standing Onstage Reading the Phone Book While Naked. I smell a hit!