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Meryl Streep On Beauty

“It's very humbling to imagine somebody else's really life and their pain ... It's my drug" ”

Interview by - 2008

 
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Philip Seymour Hoffman On Happiness

“Learning how to die is therefore learning how to live ”

Interview by - December 17, 2012

 
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Heath Ledger On Role Playing

“My nervous energy is usually the easiest form of energy to tap into. ”

Interview by - Fall 2005

 
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Barry White On Making Love

“When a man’s making love, the last thing he thinks about is war. ”

Interview by - April 3, 1987, Los Angeles

 
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Farrah Fawcett On Stiletto Power

“I’ve got on these stiletto heels aimed for his face.”

Interview by - 1994, Hollywood

 
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Jack Black On Prayer, Video Games, and Satanic Rock

“I don’t remember what that preacher's name was, but I wish I did so I could ... say thank you for turning me on to some fu%$ing bitching Satanic jams.”

Interview by - 2003. Diner in Los Angeles.

 
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Amber Heard On Not Sitting Pretty and Shutting Up

“It’s easier to deal with a woman who is compliant and sweet and sunny and nice and non-confrontational.”

Interview by - 2011. Hotel in New York City

 
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Christina Ricci On Anorexia and Other Taboo Subjects

“I was really anorexic at the time. I looked like a walking skeleton. ... I looked kind of like E.T.”

Interview by - Fall 1998. Restaurant and apartment in NYC.

 
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Martin Scorsese On Soundtracks in Movies and His Life

“I design so many scenes, driving on the freeways, listening to music.”

Interview by - October 8, 1999. By phone

 
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Mickey Rourke On Being a Has-Been

“Being a has-been is the worst thing in the world. And that's what I was for a long time.”

Interview by - 2008

 
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