'Off With Their Heads' by Frances Marion. I love a showbusiness autobiography - and this one resonates because it's written by one of the great Hollywood screenwriters.
Sunset Boulevard opened in August 1950, and it was pronounced the best movie ever made about Hollywood.
I'm a working actress in Hollywood. You unfortunately don't get the pick of the litter when it comes to auditions and jobs.
Cheerleading was my way in. It was one of the most rigorous audition processes ever. It definitely groomed me for Hollywood.
Every decade or so, Hollywood has an epiphany. It turns out faith-based audiences enjoy going to the movies, too.
Hollywood is a place that attracts people with massive holes in their souls.
My visibility may have gotten Hollywood to redefine what's attractive.
Hollywood is the most superficial thing you could possibly be a part of and if I weren't attractive I wouldn't be working at all.
I came to Hollywood to write and found out I don't have the attention span.
The dominant theory coming out of Hollywood is that peoples' attention spans are getting shorter and shorter and they need more stimulation.
I've read the 'Public Enemies' script and, no, it's not 100 percent historically accurate. But it's by far the closest thing to fact Hollywood has attempted, and for that, I am both excited and quietly relieved.
The attempt is that we want to get a couple of minutes under our belt, depending on how good the tests are and take that into Hollywood. The fallback is we're going to DVD anyways. We've got that covered.
The Hollywood model is to develop scripts for 10 years, sell them, transfer them, attach this actor, then attach a director. This isn't what I'm about. I'm much more of a creator and a doer.
I have plenty of money, unlike other Hollywood celebrities or athletes that have not invested well.
That Hollywood thing, where everybody hugs and kisses everybody else - I always stiffen. It's an assumed familiarity. It's phony.
An associate producer is the only guy in Hollywood who will associate with a producer.
My lifetime dream has been to assemble and preserve the history of the Hollywood film industry.
Hollywood is just a bunch of people going around in Learjets to other people asking them if they've got any money? Well, they might have if they didn't spend it all on jets.
When I heard that Hollywood was going to make Kevin Kwan's novel 'Crazy Rich Asians' into a movie, I was so ecstatic I nearly cried.
I hope Hong Kong and Asia wants to hire American Asian actresses as much as Hollywood has been hiring Chinese actors from Asia.