I prefer a kiss that is so much more than just a tongue in your mouth.
I was pregnant with my first child during 'Stop/Kiss,' and for whatever reason, the fact that I was so physically uncomfortable allowed me to be freer in the role.
The first kiss between two people is something really good in life.
I have kissed in almost all the films except in 'Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai.' I'm not sure if my kissing on screen has anything to do with the success of a film, but producers make sure to put a kissing scene or two. They feel my kissing scenes are my lucky streak.
Never a lip is curved with pain that can't be kissed into smiles again.
I kiss, but I don't tell.
To throw a shoe at a man in Dundee is the equivalent of a kiss on the cheek and an embrace in London. Dundee is a very different place; they have their own rules.
When I see gay people holding hands or kissing in the streets, I just don't think that's right.
I want a kiss to be so believable it gives the reader shivers.
Everyone in Kiss is replaceable. My ego will tell you that I am not, but that's not so.
Kiss is not a charity. Never, ever mix commerce and charity.
I don't like Heather Graham. She did an interview and said, 'I didn't want to kiss Corey; I didn't want to catch his mononucleosis. He had a kissing disease.'
There is a lot of kissing in 'Boeing-Boeing.' A lot! And not pecks on the cheek or lips - although there's some of that, too - but full-on, farcical lip locks. My poor husband. He definitely wasn't prepared for as much smooching as there is.
The worst thing a man can ever do is kiss me on the first date.
God's wounds cure, sin's kisses kill.
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