"I don’t know, but I hope I see a lot of Freddie Quell Halloween costumes: high-waisted pants, hunched shoulders with hands on hips, just carrying around a bottle of poison to share with everyone and talking out of the side of your mouth."
"If you think Pursuit of Happyness or Ali is Will Smith’s defining performance, you would be wrong. It’s Six Degrees of Separation. Everything is on display: his once-in-a-generation charisma, his acting chops, his sense of humor, his sense of the moment … and, most of all, his self-awareness. He made Six Degrees to prove he wasn’t just a rapper-turned-sitcom-star, that he could actually act, that he cared about his craft. You know, as long as he didn’t have to kiss another dude. It was a chance, but a calculated one. He never took another one. Now he’s our one and only movie star, according to William Goldman. There’s a lesson here."
— Will Smith - Our Only Movie Star | Bill Simmons | Grantland
"…I pulled out my phone and tweeted, quote, Luuuudaaaaa, exclamation point, end quote, dash, What I would say if I ever saw Ludacris, hashtag realtalk. Then I deleted it five minutes later."
"Then we went to Barbarella to dance, but it was a super weird crowd of young people in like running shorts and sports bras. They played LCD’s I Can Change early, so there was really no reason to stay after that."
— Weekend catch-up emailin’ with Kady.