Larry King’s Last Show, ‘Tron: Legacy,’ And ‘The Cape’ In Today’s Twitter-Wood

Larry King made history last night by signing off on his last installment of “Larry King Live,” but not everyone watching was a huge fan. Actually, there were a few critical grumbles in the feed today, with Greg Grunberg sounding off about Larry, Greg Mottola calling out the MPAA with a disagreement and Damon Lindelof calling out NBC’s “The Cape.”

Yesterday also brought one of the great accomplishments in trending hashtag use of 2010, however. Patton Oswalt and Jon Hurwitz led the charge their own picks for “Unfairly Maligned Film Characters,” and the rest of Twitter just sort of followed along. Check out the whole archive of those posts on Twitter, as well as a couple of my favorites after the jump.

I’m @brianwarmoth, and this is Twitter-Wood for December 17, 2010.

Twitter Pic of the Day:
@JohnStamos O.B.G. original band gleek- (something looks different)
-John Stamos, Actor (“Glee,” “Full House”)

@greggrunberg Did the Larry King finale last night last 25 years or did it just feel like it? What a train wreck.
-Greg Grunberg, Actor (“Heroes,” “Kill Speed”)

@JuddApatow One of the first movies my family owned on DVD was Blake Edwards’ TEN which we watched a million times. A Shot in The Dark we loved too.
-Judd Apatow, Writer/Director/Producer (“The 40 Year Old Virgin,” “Freaks and Geeks”)

Film Characters pt. 1: @jonhurwitz The brilliant scientist whose job is to run tests on aliens, no matter how adorable they are. #unfairlymalignedfilmcharacters
-Jon Hurwitz, Writer (“Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle”)

Film Characters pt. 2: @pattonoswalt Dogged lawman trying to control beer smuggling, gambling & save his son’s wedding. #unfairlymalignedfilmcharacters
-Patton Oswalt, Actor (“Ratatouille,” “Big Fan”)

@dannymasterson Just saw Tron.Learned a few things..blu lite is good,red is bad. Olivia wilde is really hot.Daft punk djs the party scene,other than that…
-Danny Masterson, Actor (“That ’70s Show,” “Yes Man”)

@gregmottola For instance, the MPAA won’t allow the word “fornicating” in a trailer. Do children really need to be protected from that word?
-Greg Mottola, Writer/Actor/Director (“Adventureland,” “Superbad”)

@DamonLindelof NBC’s THE CAPE is a big eff you to Edna Mode.
-Damon Lindelof, Writer/Producer (“Lost,” “Star Trek”)

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