--Blake Lively, known as Serena van der Woodsen from "Gossip Girl," spills to US Weekly that she lobbied for the role as Ben Affleck's troubled ex-girlfriend in the blue-collar heist flick "The Town."
"When Tom was on top of the car, and I'm inside the car going, 'Ahhh! Ahhh!' and he's on the hood of the car flying through the air, you know, cabled to a car, jumping 20 feet across -- I'm like, 'I want an action scene, you guys! I wanna fight! I wanna be on the hood of a car! Write it! Just write it in somewhere!'"
"We’ve optioned 'Killer Instinct,' which is set in Boston, by Boston-based author Joseph Finder."
--Paula Mae Schwartz, a PR guru turned film producer, says she and her husband Steve have plans to make more films after spearheading the movie adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's "The Road."
"All of these kids' parents knew where they were going."
--Judy Kogan, the mother of 15-year-old actor Aaron Wolff, who has a leading role in the Coen Brothers' latest film "A Serious Man," spills that her son was turned away from a Boston-area theater last week when he brought some of his friends to see it because it's a R-rated movie.