‘Harry Potter,’ ‘Three Musketeers’ And Harrison Ford In Today’s Twitter-Wood

The “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1″ premiere last night must have been a fun time if you had a seat inside. Tom Felton and Warwick Davis both came away tweeting pleasant things about the experience, though Davis might have preferred a different seat.

Milla Jovovich, meanwhile, still has a while before she needs to think about showing up for her “Three Musketeers” premiere. She did reach her final day of filming, though, and knows exactly what she’ll be doing next. You’ll find her enthusiasm down below, listed with retweets from Seth MacFarlane and Damon Lindelof reacting to Harrison Ford, as well as David Slade’s meditation on the death of Dino De Laurentiis.

I’m @brianwarmoth, and this is Twitter-Wood for November 12, 2010.

Twitter Pic of the Day:
@jennettemccurdy In case you were wondering, yes this is a photo of me in a time traveling deloreon & yes I’m holding a hoverboard: http://yfrog.com/3dfeywj
-Jennette McCurdy, Actress (“iCarly,” “Ice Age: Continental Drift”)

@WarwickADavis I really enjoyed ’HP7′, despite the fact that my arse went numb sitting on the Odeon’s hard plastic booster seat.
-Warwick Davis, Actor (“Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince,” “Willow”)

@TomFelton saw HP7.1 for the 1st time last night. i was blown away! definitely my favorite HP film so far, you have LOT’S to look forward to tweeps! x
-Tom Felton, Actor (“Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince,” “13Hrs”)

@MillaJovovich Hey every1! Last day of filming on “3 musketeers”!!! So excited 2 finally go home and take a some time off!
-Milla Jovovich, Actress (“The Fifth Element,” “Resident Evil”)

Harrison Ford pt. 1: @DamonLindelof Harrison Ford actively lobbied to get killed off in Jedi, but “George didn’t think there was any future in dead Han toys.”
-Damon Lindelof, Writer/Producer (“Star Trek,” “Lost”)

Harrison Ford pt. 2: @SethMacFarlane Harrison Ford now looks like he maybe snuck a quick peek in the Ark.
-Seth MacFarlane, Writer/Producer/Actor (“Family Guy,” “American Dad!”)

@DAVID_A_SLADE For Dino, deepest sympathy. I live by your advice, in film, “keep the heart, the mind and the coglione.” Always. http://twitpic.com/360ubf
-David Slade, Director (“Eclipse,” “30 Days of Night”)

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