‘Lost’ Meets ‘Iron Man,’ ‘Twilight’ Meets Judd Apatow And Schwarzenegger Fallout In Today’s Twitter-Wood

What happens when “Lost” meets “Iron Man“? More specifically, what happens when two of the creative masterminds behind those projects — Damon Lindelof and Jon Favreau — sit down and interview each other? We’ll find out soon, if their mutual Twitter teases are any indication.

Similarly, we could very well be on the cusp of a collision between “Twilight” and the Judd Apatow comedy empire, as one actor from the blood-sucking series tweeted his personal pitch to work with the “Bridesmaids” producer at some point in the future.

I’m @roundhoward and we have all that and more in today’s Twitter-Wood for May 18, 2011.

“Lost” Meets “Iron Man,” Part 1: @DamonLindelof @Jon_Favreau conducted a great interview today. If he wasn’t an A-List Director and Producer, he’d make a helluva talk show host.
-Damon Lindelof, writer (“Lost”)

“Lost” Meets “Iron Man,” Part 1: @Jon_Favreau Great seeing @DamonLindelof today. The hatch from Lost is his office coffee table.
-Jon Favreau, director (“Iron Man”)

“Twilight” Meets Apatow: @billy_burke Hey @JuddApatow, we’ve never met but if u asked me to be in your next movie I probly wouln’t say no. I may be lazy but that = funny. –bb
-Billy Burke, actor (“The Twilight Saga”)

Schwarzenegger Fallout, Part 1: @RealGilbert Okay, I’ll finally admit what you already know… I am the love child of Arnold #Schwarzenegger.
-Gilbert Gottfried, comedian (“Problem Child”)

Schwarzenegger Fallout, Part 2: @JamesGunn Can we please stop using the term ’love child’?
-James Gunn, director (“Super”)

“Never Say Never” Revisited: @jonmchu Now that you get to bring Never Say Never home and watch it over and over again have you noticed anything new or funny?
-Jon M. Chu, director (“Never Say Never”)

New Bin Laden Jokes: @MichaelKeaton According to hard drives found in his hideout, Bin Laden was days away from taking delivery of the new Chevy Volt.
-Michael Keaton, actor (“Multiplicity”)

Birthday Bash: @BillPaxton Thanks to all for the birthday wishes! It was a good one- saw an incredible play.
-Bill Paxton, actor (“Aliens”)

Strong Endorsements: @ebertchicago I rarely post trailers. But after some of the action crap I’ve been seeing, man, I can’t wait for “13 Assassins.” http://bit.ly/isIgqe
-Roger Ebert, film critic (“At the Movies”)

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