It's been a bad week for entertainment industry deaths, with "A-Team" and "Rockford Files" writer/producer Stephen Cannell joining a list that already included Greg Giraldo, Tony Curtis, Arthur Penn and Sally Menke. Patton Oswalt took note and proposed a tribute on his account.
In other news, a massive storm of photography hit Twitter-Wood over the last 24 hours. It was tough to pick out a winner, but John Travolta fans should enjoy the post from "Weird Al" Yankovic that earned the honor. Check it out along with David Hasselhoff's new "golf cart" and reactions to "The Social Network" and "Catfish" after the jump.
I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is Twitter-Wood for October 1, 2010.
Twitter Pic of the Day:
-"Weird Al" Yankovic, Musican/Writer/Actor ("UHF," "Weird: The Al Yankovic Story")
-David Hasselhoff, Actor ("Baywatch," "Nick Fury: Agent of Shield")
-Jeremy Piven, Actor ("Entourage," "The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard")
-Michael Rosenbaum, Actor ("Smallville," "Poolhall Junkies")
@pattonoswalt In memory of Stephen J. Cannell, everyone rip a sheet of paper out of your typewriter and let it fall to the ground.
-Patton Oswalt, Actor ("Ratatouille," "Big Fan")
@ManMadeMoon Just saw midnight showing of Social Network at Arclight. Hah! I got most of it! Guess that means I am still "in with the kids!"
-Duncan Jones, Director ("Moon," "Souce Code")
@paulscheer Big News Hollywood, I just got the role of Die #3 in Paul Thomas Anderson's big Screen adaption of Yahtzee.
-Paul Scheer, Actor ("Piranha 3D," "Year One")
@mrskutcher For all those confused the movie CATFISH is NOT a Scary movie. Confused why the advertising is selling it that why. It is intense & honest!
-Demi Moore, Actress ("G.I. Jane," "Striptease")
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