When asked if she’d consider having her husband Keith Urban appear in one of her projects, Kidman said, “I’m fortunate to have such an incredible partner in life… I don’t think having a cameo in one of my projects would interest him. But I sleep with him! (laughs)”
“‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ is dope!” said Brown about how surprised he was by the “This Is Us” win.
Oldman revealed that as a child, seeing Malcollm McDowell in “The Raging Moon” was what made him want to be an actor. “There was a wonderful menace and vulnerability to him that was happening at the same time. I was completely captivated by that grin and those huge blue eyes. It was like the lights in the room got brighter. I thought there and then I want to do that.”
“The title is Life Achievement, the inference might be, 'Get off the stage. You're done.' My hope is that that's not the case, that they're saying, 'Congratulations so far,'” said Freeman. He also cleared up who he was speaking to offstage when he accepted the award earlier in the night: Lily Tomlin. “I see her; I say hello.”
When asked how he’d like to see his “Veep” character’s arc end, Matt Walsh said, “I’d like to work into ‘Game of Thrones.'”
Janney revealed that her niece proclaimed her sleek, badass look: “Khaleesi’s warrior shaman.”
Regarding the recent #MeToo movement, Macy said, “I have two daughters. I feel girls are ascendant. I’m proud of them. It’s a good time to be a girl.”