Celebrity Quotes: Spielberg says Time's Up, Navratilova shocked by TV pay gap
This week's round-up of scintillating sayings from showbiz types will not disappoint
"Time's Up means it's time up. This is it, this is the end of the way things were. It'll never be that way again hopefully."
Director Steven Spielberg shares his support for the movement at the Rakuten Empire Film Awards.
"It was a shock because John McEnroe makes at least £150,000... I get about £15,000 for Wimbledon and, unless John McEnroe's doing a whole bunch of stuff outside of Wimbledon, he's getting at least 10 times as much money."
Tennis veteran Martina Navratilova hits out at the BBC over the gender pay gap during a segment for current affairs programme Panorama.
"As a family we didn't watch it except at other people's houses."
Doctor Who's first female Time Lord, Jodie Whittaker, tells the Sunday Times she did not watch the sci-fi series while growing up.
"Intellect is the most beautiful. When you see somebody who has a mind on fire, that's sexy."
Actress Angelina Jolie talks to InStyle about what she finds beautiful.
"We were heading down that matrimonial road anyway, so now we feel doubly blessed."
Spencer Matthews talks to Hello! about the news that he and Vogue Williams are to become parents.
"I've had to be [honest], because they have access to the internet. Actually, I had to be brutally honest quite early on when I thought other kids at school might talk to them about it."
Davina McCall tells the Happy Mum, Happy Baby podcast about speaking to her children about her former struggles with drug addiction.
"This is absolutely the most important moment in my professional career."
Drag Race founder and judge RuPaul on receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
"We should search out for these talented people within those environments and communities. I'm happy about that."
Star Wars actor John Boyega says inclusion riders that demand diversity on film sets will upend the "secret rules of Hollywood".
"I can only imagine the stories that haven't been told. It's everywhere, and if it feels like it's more in the movie business that's because it hasn't come out in the music industry yet."
US pop star Meghan Trainor expects more revelations to be made public as part of the Time's Up movement, particularly in the music industry.