Quotes: Christoph Waltz on Brexit clowns, Gemma Atkinson's Strictly baby
"I wonder, increasingly so, will the clowns who triggered it ever take responsibility for it?"
Alita: Battle Angel star Christoph Waltz doesn't mince his words when talking about Brexit.
"Baby Marquez!!! We love you loads already."
Gemma Atkinson and her Strictly Come Dancing professional boyfriend, Gorka Marquez, confirmed on Instagram they are to become parents.
"There is too much self-interest in politics at the moment: holding on to power, increasing their power, being proved to be right. All those things I despise."
Sir Patrick Stewart spoke his mind at the premiere of his latest film, The Kid Who Would Be King.
"I wasn't cool enough to get what working with him really meant. It was probably a good thing that I wasn't."
Jennifer Connelly spoke about working with David Bowie during her appearance on The Graham Norton Show.
"I was at the stage of thinking 'I'm going to go back to Australia. I'm going to knock on Home And Away's door and ask them for a gig.'"
Chris Hemsworth spoke to Men's Health magazine about a career "dry patch" he experienced many years ago.
"I think things are definitely changing. People are more likely to speak out and know they will be listened to."
Lily James spoke to Harper's Bazaar about Time's Up and Me Too movements.
"I think because men are being so diminished now, everywhere – Me Too, Me Too, Me Too. I think (protagonist) Christian Grey is whacking away and he's a dominant male."
Author Jilly Cooper praised EL James' Fifty Shades books.
"I was rather insulted by that. I mean, really!"
Dame Helen Mirren has joked about being called granny by Prince William after she played the Queen on screen, during a chat with Good Morning Britain.
"He has been a rock to me. He's been through a lot himself so I think he recognised the affect the hatred had on me."
Roxanne Pallett praised Piers Morgan for helping her deal with the backlash after Celebrity Big Brother, in an interview with The Sun.