Brooklyn Decker Researches 'Fifty Shades of Grey' In Today's Twitter-Wood

By now we're sure you've heard of the "Twilight"-fan-fiction-turned-novel "Fifty Shades of Grey." The S&M tales of savvy businessman Christian Grey and college graduate Anastasia Steele are causing quite a stir as the erotic couple is based on Edward Cullen and Bella Swan.

With a film adaptation in the works, the Internet is buzzing with casting rumors. Maybe we can throw Brooklyn Decker's name into the ring? While the actress is starring in this summer's highly-anticipated "Battleship," she's still relatively up-and-coming and it would be the perfect break-out performance. She even has a shy confidence about her that would work perfectly with the timid Anastasia.

Also in May 2, 2012's Twitter-Wood, Dwayne Johnson gives away an unexpected secret to how he stays in shape and David Spade congratulates Jessica Simpson on her 900 pound—er, nine ounce—newborn baby girl!

@TheRock I eat women, midgets & pineapple. RT: @oliverbedford1: Rock, how the hell did you get your muscles that big, what's the secret?

-Dwayne Johnson, actor ("Fast Five")

@peeweeherman Happy Birthday Wishes @TheRock!

-Pee Wee Herman, actor ("Pee-wee's Big Adventure")

@ChrisKattan Found this photo of me not having a clue when meeting Harrison Ford. Is that Indiana Jones and sidekick Short Round?

-Chris Kattan, actor ("A Night at the Roxbury")

@KevinSpacey Had a fun night at the White House Correspondents dinner as a guest of NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg seen here.

-Kevin Spacey, actor ("American Beauty")

@StephenAtHome This Starbucks line is HORRIBLE. Not because it's long, but because no one has recognized me.

-Stephen Colbert, comedian, TV personality

@DavidSpade Jessica simpson finally gave birth to healthy 900 pound baby girl. #congrats!

-David Spade, actor ("Joe Dirt")

@JuddApatow Iris And I are rocking The Hulk episode one.

-Judd Apatow, director ("40 Year Old Virgin")

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