”On The Mask, Jim wasn’t ‘Jim Carrey’ yet. He was the white guy from In Living Color…. With Keanu [Reeves], it was just hundreds of teenage girls screaming ‘Keanu!’ [during the filming of Feeling Minnesota in Minneapolis]. And Vincent D’Onofrio screaming across the street, ‘Give me a K! K! Give me an E! E!’ And they did it! So that was our fun. Torturing poor Keanu.”
— Cameron Diaz on CompuServe’s WOW!
”I guess more people have heard of me [since my Oscar win] and more people might consider me for their parts in movies, but my everyday life at home hasn’t changed at all. I mean, I still have to do chores and stuff.”
— Fly Away Home‘s Anna Paquin on America Online
”I’m afraid I’m pretty hopeless with women. I just don’t understand them…. There haven’t been many women in my life. I suppose I’m too defensive with them and appear cool — even cold. I am not a very intimate person. But I do like women a lot. They are strong, beautiful creatures, but I can’t work them out at all.”
— Anthony Hopkins on WOW!
”I made the character Joe as close to me as a human being as possible, so I didn’t have to act much. The original name of the character was Ted, and I couldn’t see myself as a Ted. Not that there’s anything wrong with being a Ted.”
— NewsRadio‘s Joe Rogan on Prodigy
”Kathie Lee Gifford is a hypocritical, Bible-beating, insincere media whore. She invited me on her show specifically to insult me. I flew on a red-eye from Utah, where I was doing a charity event Christmas week, to appear on her show and she said I was propagating rampant immorality in America. And then the very next week she was kissing Hugh Grant’s ass. So who’s immoral there?”
— Big Deal‘s Mark DeCarlo, former host of Studs, on AOL
”Unfortunately, I have yet to meet Robert Redford, but, as I have heard from his partner, Michael Nozik, when he first saw the film [at Sundance] he ‘got giddy every time he saw me on screen,’ which, for the moment, is just as good as having met him.”
— She’s the One‘s Mike McGlone on Prodigy
”I am a vegetarian, so I use Spam only as a form of contraception. You can never get pregnant if you sleep on a tin of Spam!”
— Monty Python‘s Eric Idle on AOL