In other tweets, “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World” has received a lot of love from critics, despite its poor box office performance. Bret Easton Ellis decided to part ways with the pack, however, and declared his dissatisfaction with the movie. Find out how he felt below along with a weird exchange about Target between Michael Ian Black and Dane Cook and insights into Dr. Laura quitting her radio show.
I’m @brianwarmoth, and this is Twitter-Wood for August 18, 2010.
@Kal_Penn On lunch break; tomorrow we wrap “Harold & Kumar 3″. Super bummed – I love this character (mostly cuz he’s cooler than me IRL but still!)
-Kal Penn, Actor (“Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle,” “Superman Returns”)
Rod Blagojevich pt. 1: @ebertchicago That one Blago juror has got a whole lot a splainin’ to do.
-Roger Ebert, Critic/Writer (“Beyond the Valley of the Dolls,” “Up!”)
Rod Blagojevich pt. 2: @KatzMoney Watching Blagojevich’s post-trial press conference and it is an all-time classic. I love you Blago. Don’t go. You have so much left to give.
-Jeff Katz, Producer (“Snakes on a Plane,” “Shoot ’Em Up”)
Rod Blagojevich pt. 3: @sethmeyers21 First Clay Davis gets off and now Blagojevich. Sheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeit!
-Seth Meyers, Actor (“Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist,” “Saturday Night Live”)
@BretEastonEllis Hated every minute of “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World” (except for about 45 seconds with Brandon Routh). Excruciating. The geeks were wrong…
-Bret Easton Ellis, Writer (“American Psycho,” “The Informers”)
Target pt. 1: @michaelianblack Pretty sure it’s no longer clever to say “tar-zhay” when referring to Target.
-Michael Ian Black, Writer/Actor (“Run Fatboy Run,” “Wet Hot American Summer”)
Target pt. 2: @danecook @michaelianblack I still call Zayre “ZZ Airy Balls” & they closed down in 1989. FYI douche bag nuked the fridge & is now clam bone.
-Dane Cook, Actor (“Waiting…,” “Employee of the Month”)
Target pt. 3: @michaelianblack @danecook I don’t understand your tweet at all, and yet I am still starstruck.
@MJMcKean Re Dr Laura: ever notice how when people quit something they’re always careful to point out they’re “not quitting”?
-Michael McKean, Actor (“This is Spinal Tap,” “Adventures of Power”)
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