"These dudes were acting like I walked in the bar with a Yankees jersey on."
--Brody Jenner, known for his bad boy antics on "The Hills" and his latest MTV reality show "Bromance," responds to a verbal assault at Bocelli's Restaurant in Medford while courting "Bromance" winner Luke Verge in the season finale.
“When I saw (Paul Blart) I guess I could say it sure looked familiar."
--Alfred Thomas Catalfo, a writer and attorney in Dover, N.H., tells the Herald that the made-in-Massachusetts flick "Paul Blart: Mall Cop" may be a rip off of his previously-submitted script called "Mall Cop."
"I don't anticipate any screenings of 'The Maiden Heist' in the near future."
--Yari Film Group's Emily Lambert e-mails the Globe saying that the made-in-Boston flick "The Maiden Heist," slotted to be unveiled at Worcester's Hanover Theatre at 7:30 p.m. March 7, 2009 , may not see the light of day.
“That was all her. We found out about it the next day.”
--Hasty Pudding Theatricals President David J. Andersson says Renee Zellweger--their Woman of the Year slotted to get her Pudding Pot on Thursday, Feb. 5--spilled the beans about her award to Dave Letterman on the "Late Show" before the Hasty Pudding crew could alert the press.
"[T]he role required a bad ass skater and well, I fit the bill.I really enjoyed my time in Boston working on the movie. I was there for the entire production and enjoyed the process and just tried to be a good soldier."
--, "Drive on Fuel TV" host and lead singer for Mother, says his role as skateboarder Rudolph in "Paul Blart: Mall Cop" was a perfect fit.
``I’ve always loved to dance. That’s why I entered dirty-dancing contests."
--, writer and inspiration for the flick-turned-musical "," says she's smitten with the stage version of her dirty-dancing past hitting the Boston Opera House on Saturday, Feb. 7.