Reactions were bouncing around Twitter-Wood all day regarding The Beatles finally appearing on iTunes. Alyssa Milano offered a rebuttal to apathetic critics, while the creator of the "Scott Pilgrim" books unearthed a surprise.
Feeling about the TSA body scanners showing up at airports have prompted considerably stronger responses, meanwhile. Duncan Jones and Stephen Colbert sounded off with their thoughts, and Edgar Wright discussed what he could and could not mention regarding his opinion on "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1." Get a taste of what's in store when it comes out next week down below; you'll also find out who ran into the Rock and who's been hanging out with NPH on the "HIMYM" set.
I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is Twitter-Wood for November 16, 2010.
Twitter Pic of the Day:
-Neil Patrick Harris, Actor ("Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay," "Starship Troopers")
@edgarwright I saw 'Deathly Hallows Part I' yesterday. I am not at liberty to say anything, but would like to state that David O'Hara's role is aces.
-Edgar Wright, Director ("Shaun of the Dead," "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World")
Scanners pt. 1: @StephenAtHome So what if the new TSA scanners are invasive and unhealthy? That's no different than the Thanksgiving dinners people are flying to.
-Stephen Colbert, Actor/Writer ("The Colbert Report," "Monsters vs Aliens")
Scanners pt. 2: @ManMadeMoon just read an article about new scanners at US airports and now my biggest fear is terrorists who hide bombs in their bums...
-Duncan Jones, Director ("Moon," "Source Code")
-Ludacris, Actor ("Crash," "Hustle and Flow")
The Beatles pt. 1: @Alyssa_Milano My future children won't have access to cd's. But they will have access to iTunes. #beatles
-Alyssa Milano, Actress ("Charmed," "Commando")
The Beatles pt. 2: @radiomaru these beatles songs don't sound like they should be as hard as they are in beatles rock band(TM)
-Bryan Lee O'Malley, Writer ("Scott Pilgrim vs. The World")
@BrianLynch Michael Vick AND Prince William are both trending. Can only mean one thing: the new line-up for DANCING WITH THE STARS is announced!
-Brian Lynch, Writer/Director ("Puss in Boots," "Big Helium Dog")
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