Spider-Man Musical Accidents, Brittany Murphy And Winter Weather In Today’s Twitter-Wood

Accidents abounded today as news of a mishap at the Broadway musical “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” spread and winter weather caused some mayhem. Tom Felton, for instance, has been having a bad run of driving luck, but it does sound like he’s okay.

Yesterday marked a sad anniversary, too, as Rose McGowan noted that it’s been one year since Brittany Murphy’s death. Her thoughts, as well as a shot of one of our favorite “Twilight” series actresses lending a hand at a Phoenix food bank, have been retweeted after the jump.

I’m @brianwarmoth, and this is Twitter-Wood for December 21, 2010.

Twitter Pic of the Day:
@tinselkorey Helping out at the St Mary’s Food Bank Aliance center in Phoenix. Admin http://twitpic.com/3i47lh
-Tinsel Korey, Actress (“New Moon,” “Eclipse”)

@rosemcgowan Saying a prayer for Miss Brittany Murphy. It’s a sad anniversary for a lovely soul.
-Rose McGowan, Actress (“Planet Terror,” “Jawbreaker”)

@Jamiebower Physical depiction of mental strain due to snow. x http://twitpic.com/3i4ssv
-Jamie Campbell Bower, Actor (“New Moon,” “The Prisoner”)

@TomFelton yesterday i reversed my car in the snow and skidded in to my gf car and dented her car in!! ( smooth )
-Tom Felton, Actor (“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1,” “13Hrs”)

Spider-Man pt. 1: @BrianLynch No joke. No explanation. MJ and Spidey took what seemed to be a planned fall into the stage pit. Then we heard MJ screaming.
-Brian Lynch, Writer/Director (“Puss in Boots,” “Big Helium Dog”)

Spider-Man pt. 2: @DougBenson Hey Bono, the 65 mil spent on your horrible, pointless musical could have fed a lot of starving children. Good work. #TurnOffTheShow
-Doug Benson, Actor (“The Sarah Silverman Program,” “Super High Me”)

Spider-Man pt. 3: @jessetyler I’m torn between wanting to see “Spiderman” on Broadway and not wanting to see someone literally die doing musical theater.
-Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Actor (“Modern Family,” “Untraceable”)

@jonhurwitz Truly enjoyed Mark Wahlberg in The Fighter. No longer regret attaching the Funky Bunch to my Harlem Globetrotters biopic.
-Jon Hurwitz, Writer (“Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle”)

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