"Grimes is the homie… I fuck with Grimes because she’s underrated… I want to get Grimes on a track" - A$AP Rocky
"Tony’s very laid back and quiet, while I’m boom-boom-boom, let’s go! And he can relax me a little. He’s a very sensitive guy, and that’s important, especially when you do a lot of improvising. You don’t want to have this macho guy who’s just there looking great and standing on your foot… When I first met him, we were very young. But he already knew then what movies are about. I didn’t. I wasn’t interested. So at that time I wasn’t his match at all. He totally disregarded me. After In the Mood for Love, he could tell I improved. Now we’re finally on par.” — Maggie Cheung
"Working with Maggie is very different, as she is like my alter ego. We started our careers at almost the same time and acted opposite each other in our first television series and on some other occasions—like on the Days of Being Wild sequel, which was never released, and on Ashes of Time. But we did not work opposite each other again until In the Mood for Love. Maggie is a truly formidable partner—one to waltz with. We do not spend a lot of time with each other, as we like to keep some mystery between us. When I see her, I discover something new about her.” — Tony Leung
Her, written and directed by Spike Jonze. 2013.
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