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I know some people have said some nasty things about me having joined OnlyFans. But, you know, the way we see it in this house is mommy's a warrior, not accepting defeat.

Things have changed in the last three years. My kids have always been my No. 1 focus. Had I known that I could work out of my closet my whole life, I never would have [believed]. I know that might sound crazy and might sound somewhat lazy, but I am a very big supporter of stay-at-home moms and women who really love to raise their children. I balanced it all, and I've done it all.

But I’m 51. I didn't know this was going to have to be a change of life, you know, all of a sudden that during a time I'm supposed to be relaxing a little bit, that I would have to switch careers and figure new things out because my own industry thinks I'm, you know, a savage.

I guess you could say I was a bad girl because I did not follow the rules a couple of years ago. So, I don't want to be at the mercy of mandates or strike or anything like that ever again.

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By: Drea de Matteo

Sopranos actress Drea de Matteo referring to reaction within the entertainment industry to her position on COVID-19 vaccine mandates, which she refused to comply with and routinely speaks out against on X, formerly Twitter. The actress said her agent dropped her, and she almost lost her home over her stance on the issue.

from Scorpio | PopCultureQuotes.com

I would offer you coffee Cross, but the sugar would attract too many flies.

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By: Paul Scofield
Characters: Sergei Zharkov
From: Scorpio
Genres: Action | Drama | Spy and Espionage | Thrillers

Paul Scofield (as Russian Agent Sergei Zharkov) is speaking to Burt Lancaster (as Cross), discussing whether Lancaster should defect, after learning the CIA has a contract out on Cross' life.

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When everything went down with the Valentino pink dress a year ago, my nipples were on display through a piece of fabric, and it really wound people up. It's the freedom that people are scared of; the fact I'm comfortable and happy. Keeping women down by commenting on their bodies has worked for a very long time.

I think we're in this swing now where lots of people are saying, 'I don't give a s--t.' Unfortunately, we've become so terrified of the human body that we can't even look at my two little cute nipples behind fabric in a way that isn't sexual.

We need to keep reminding everybody that there is more than one reason for women’s bodies [to exist].

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By: Florence Pugh

Oppenheimer actress Florence Pugh reacting to backlash for a gown she wore in Italy at the 2022 Valentino Haute Couture event.

from Pulp Fiction | PopCultureQuotes.com

Vincent Vega: In Paris, you can buy a beer in McDonald's. And you know what they call a "Quarter Pounder with Cheese" in Paris?

Jules Winnfield: What, they don't call it a "Quarter Pounder with Cheese?"

Vincent Vega: They got the metric system there, they wouldn't know what the fuck a "Quarter Pounder" is.

Jules Winnfield: What do they call it?

Vincent Vega: They call it a "Royale with Cheese..."

Jules Winnfield: "Royale with Cheese..."

Vincent Vega: That's right!

Jules Winnfield: What do they call a "Big MAC."

Vincent Vega: A "Big MAC's" a "Big MAC" only they call it "Le Big MAC."

Jules Winnfield: "Le Big MAC!" [laughs]. What do they call a "Whopper."

Vincent Vega: I don't know I didn't go into Burger King. You know what they put on French fries in Holland instead of ketchup?

Jules Winnfield: What?

Vincent Vega: Mayonnaise.

Jules Winnfield: God damn [Cringes]!

Vincent Vega: I seen'em do it, man, they fuckin' drown'em in that shit!

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By: John Travolta | Samuel L. Jackson
Characters: Jules Winnfield | Vincent Vega
From: Pulp Fiction
Genres: Action | Crime | Cult Cinema | Exploitation

The opening scene from Quentin Tarantino's cult classic Pulp Fiction. The conversation takes place between co-stars Samuel L. Jackson (as Jules Winnfield) and John Travolta (as Vincent Vega), just after the opening credits as the two men are driving to their current assignment.

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Sinead was the true embodiment of a punk spirit. She did not compromise and that made her life more of a struggle. Hoping that she has found peace.

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By: Tim Burgess

The Charlatans singer Tim Burgess wrote on Twitter about Sinéad O’Connor, who passed away at the age of 56 on July 26, 2023, only 18 months after her 17-year-old son Nevi’im Nesta Ali Shane O’Connor's tragic death.

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He loved to make women look good. I have never seen any of the gals in his films look bad. And the men in his movies were always incapacitated in some way. They were either in a wheelchair or on crutches or short of a full deck. He liked to make women strong, make them feel that they were empowered.

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By: Tura Satana

Tura Satana said this during a 2004 interview. Satana stated she felt that, regardless of the nudity and sexual themes of his films and female characters, Russ Meyer was a feminist at heart. Satana is famous for her role as Varla in Russ Meyer's cult classic Faster, Pussycat Kill! Kill!

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I saw Pinocchio and Frankenstein very close to each other, and they melded in my head... I love the idea that Pinocchio and Frankenstein are primal experiences of what it is to be human. Because you are thrown into a world that you don't understand, that is wrong for you and you're a wrong fit for it, and you have to figure yourself and the world as you go along. You either change the world or the world destroys you. And those two movies do that.

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By: Guillermo del Toro

Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro spoke to The Academy Museum's A.frame Journal about what director James Whale's 1931 adaptation of Frankenstein meant to him growing up, having first seen the movie on TV while growing up in Mexico. Del Toro relates the film to Pinocchio, another important movie in the budding filmmaker's early life.

Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio won Best Animated Feature Film at the 95th Annual Academy Awards. He is writing and directing a Frankenstein adaptation that will reportedly star Andrew Garfield, Oscar Isaac and Mia Goth.

from Bob Marley: One Love | PopCultureQuotes.com

Nothing happens before it’s time and now is the time for the story of our father Bob Marley to be represented in a biopic theatrical release coming in 2024. You’ve heard the music and you think you know the man but do you really understand what he went through and what moments shaped him into the person he became.

Directed by Reinaldo Marcus Green and starring Kingsley Ben Adir as Bob with Lashana Lynch as his wife Rita this film will bring you to witness for the first time what it was like to be around the legend, to see his pain his sorrows his joys and his redemption. Filmed in England and Jamaica the cast and crew represents one of the most unique creation to ever come out of a hollywood studio.

Authenticity fills the screen with numerous Jamaican actors doing us proud in representing the culture. Filmed at the actual places where Bob walked, played football and sang like Trench Town and Bull bay in Kingston, it is an artistic creation that we are proud of and want you to enjoy to be entertained but also to be inspired. The family produced it with Paramount studio and for us it represents the continuation of Bob’s message and growth.

With this release we look forward to inspiring not only the long time fans but also the younger generation, giving them a vehicle that opens the door to explore Bob’s life and music and in so doing expand his universal message of unification, justice and peace throughout the earth.
We do this with purpose and are delighted to share with you the trailer for Bob Marley One Love the movie. RASTAFARI

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By: Ziggy Marley

Ziggy Marley comments on Bob Marley: One Love, a biopic on the life of his father Bob Marley.

from Batman: The Classic TV Series | PopCultureQuotes.com

I’ve been thinking about this, because we have this new, Robert Pattinson as the Batman, which I’m excited to see but I haven't seen it yet. The villain that Vincent Price played on the '60s show, Egghead. I think I want to have a go at Egghead. I think I could make him absolutely terrifying. And I have a concept for Egghead. So let them know over at Warner Bros. I'm down for Egghead.

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By: Nicolas Cage

Nicolas Cage comments to a reporter at South by Southwest (SXSW) about his desire to play the Batman villain once played by legendary actor Vincent Price in the 1960's television series.

from Mad Max: Furiosa | PopCultureQuotes.com

George [Miller] saw Chris [Hemsworth] initially as a courtesy and then fell in love with the idea. He's going to play totally against type, the lead baddie. Unfortunately, we've got to find all of our other characters that aren't around anymore: a new Immortan, a new Bullet Farmer, and a few others.

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By: P. J. Voeten
From: Mad Max: Furiosa
Genres: Action | Science Fiction | Thrillers

Mad Max: Fury Road producer and first assistant director, P. J. Voeten on filmmaker George Miller's decision to cast Chris Hemsworth - famous for playing the Marvel character Thor - as the main bad guy in Furiosa.

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Bob's a visionary – he saw the potential for massive resurrection of this part of the city. Tribeca Festival is an indomitable institution and a beacon, and Tribeca itself is the most vibrant, alive location. It's the place to be and will continue to grow. It's amazing he did all of this without having the keys until now so there's more to come!

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By: Martin Scorsese

Filmmaker Martin Scorsese discussing his friend and frequent collaborator Robert De Niro, during a private ceremony announcing 'De Niro Con,' a festival that will celebrate De Niro's moviemaking career. The fan event is scheduled to take place at the end of September 2023.

from John Wick | PopCultureQuotes.com

The Matrix literally changed the industry. The influx of martial-arts choreographers and fight coordinators now make more, and are more prevalent and powerful in the industry, than stunt coordinators. The Matrix revolutionized that. Today, action movies want their big sequences designed around the fights.

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By: Chad Stahelski

Chad Stahelski, who was a stunt double on groundbreaking sci-fi classic The Matrix before directing Keanu Reeves in the John Wick series of movies, acknowledging the strong influence The Matrix has on the John Wick films and the style of action used to create them.