Other interesting stories in The Washington Post:
“Did you see ‘Men In Black III’? It was [expletive] great. . . The time-travel stuff [made me] cry my eyes out. I’m a sucker for that stuff.”
— Paul Thomas Anderson sharing his surprising tastes with our colleague Ann Hornaday in a profile of “The Master” auteur. Seems that his new not-about-Scientology movie made him actually feel a bit sympathetic towards Scientology, with all its past lives/time-travel talk. “Investigating another time when you might have lived is just inherently so hopeful and so optimistic and so sweet.”
“When someone insinuates that I am a racist, it gets me extremely upset.”
— Kennedy Center President Michael Kaiser explaining his regrettable use of “strong language” (something like “f--- yourself,” apparently) in a conversation with National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts Chairman Felix Sanchez, who blasted him this week for a shortage of Latino artists among the Kennedy Center Honors.
Looking for Friday’s Reliable Source? Start here: How Michigan judicial candidate Bridget Mary McCormack got ‘The West Wing’ cast for her campaign video