Thursday, August 06, 2009

The week in quotes from Hollywood in the Hub

"So many of you are so sad, but don't worry. Let's just say it's not the last time you'll see me on the show."

--Joey Rozmus,
a 22-year-old tattooed rocker from Methuen and guitarist with the band Late Nite Wars, tweets about getting the boot from "Real World: Cancun" after flaking on the job with Student City.

“One of her best qualities in life was she said it like it was. She didn’t sugarcoat.”

--Chef Ming Tsai of Wellesley's Blue Ginger says Meryl Streep's portrayal of Julia Child in the film "Julie & Julia" captured the food icon's quick wit and ability to tell it like it is.

"I went to a French restaurant in Boston, and I couldn't believe it. I wondered what was wrong with my home that I knew nothing of these things."

--"Julie & Julia" filmmaker Nora Ephron dishes on how she discovered French food during her stint at Wellesley.

“As always, I’m happy for Mark and proud of Mark."

--Donnie Wahlberg, in town getting a cortisone shot for a herniated disc at New England Baptist Hospital and slotted to appear in the made-in-Boston flick "The Zookeeper," says he's happy that his brother Mark Wahlberg married longtime girlfriend Rhea Durham in Los Angeles.

“I thought I was a boy till I was 8 years old and my dad would bring me to games if I could, you know, hang out with the boys."

--Eliza Dushku, a Watertown native and star of the made-in-Boston film "Valediction," spills to the Television Critics Association that she would go potty in the men's urinals at Fenway Park.

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