Twitter-Wood: A ‘Harry Potter’ Star Visits The Louvre and Fred Durst Gushes About ‘Iron Man 2′

Today on Twitter, Jon Favreau and Russell Brand both dropped some notes about films that they’re currently making, while Fred Durst and Larry King mentioned some movies that they’ve been excited about recently.

Durst isn’t the only one excited about “Iron Man 2,” though. Favreau showed he has a sense of humor about the tightened security surrounding his movie’s production and detail leaks with a little re-tweeted — or RT’ed, to use the Twitter vernacular — picture humor. All that and more today in your Twitter-Wood feed for Tuesday, June 9, 2009.

@Jon_Favreau RT @dsgrimace: @Jon_Favreau just thought you should know that another photo leaked from Iron Man set.
-Jon Favreau, Director/Actor (”Iron Man 2,” “Elf”)

@freddurst @Jon_Favreau so excited to see Rourke and Downey together.
-Fred Durst, Musician/Director (“The Longshots,” “The Education of Charlie Banks”)

@TomFelton The boys and I visited the mona lisa! Beautiful museum, a must if you go to Paris! X
-Tom Felton, Actor (“Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince,” “Anna and the King”)

@OfficialKat I don’t think @Michael_Cera is the real Michael Cera. In fact I’m 100% positive. Sorry to crush any bubbles
-Kat Dennings, Actress (“Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist,” “The House Bunny”)

@neilhimself Cool Coraline Stuff Auction going on for a good cause –
-Neil Gaiman, Writer (“Coraline,” “Beowulf”)

@rustyrockets Just to be clear, I was dressed as a terrorist for a movie. Our revolution will be achieved peacefully and you’ll all be present. Nude.
-Russell Brand, Actor (“Forgetting Sarah Marshall,” “Get Him to the Greek”)

@ashleytisdale Such an amazing day! Performed on trl in Italy and then went to the beach with my crew and decided to jump in the adriatic sea!
-Ashley Tisdale, Actress (“High School Musical”)

@SarahKSilverman Harper Collins hated my idea for the name of my book: My Life In 18 Poops.
-Sarah Silverman, Actress (“Saint John of Las Vegas,” “The Sarah Silverman Program”)

@kingsthings Just saw Woody Allen’s new movie “Whatver Works” It’s his greatest movie, even better than “Annie Hall” I can’t say good enough about it!
-Larry King, Interviewer/Actor (“Bee Movie”)

@paulfeig Join my even newer service, Zitter, in which all Zeets must be zero characters. It’s simply a way to let people know you’re still alive.
-Paul Feig, Executive Producer (“Freaks and Geeks,” “The Office”)