'Avatar,' Marvel Bathrooms, And Stan Lee In 'Thor' In Today's Twitter Report

AvatarStan Lee may be done with his "Iron Man 2" cameo, but "Thor" still awaits. He tweeted about his high expectations last night, including what it will take to get him to Asgard.

Meanwhile at the Marvel offices in New York, editor Axel Alonso posted a behind-the-scenes look at what you can expect to see in a bathroom there. After the jump, there's also Dennis Calero's design obervation about James Cameron's "Avatar," Edgar Wright's early memories of "Labyrinth" and Tony Harris on wrapping up "Ex Machina."

It's all in the Twitter Report for November 12, 2009.

@smilinstanlee Since many have asked, my Iron Man cameo is done and I'm waiting to do Thor. But I'n not goin' to Asgard unless they fly me first class!

-Stan Lee, Writer ("The Amazing Spider-Man," "The Fantastic Four")

@edgarwright I do recall when I saw Labyrinth at the cinema with my family, two girls behind us, collapsing into breathless giggles at Jareth's bulge.

-Edgar Wright, Director ("Scott Pilgrim vs. The World")

@axelalonsomarv: Marvel Tour, Part 1 http://twitpic.com/pcwg1

-Axel Alonso, Editor ("Wolverine," "Invincible Iron Man")

@DennisCalero Okay seriously. Is Michael Whelan not officially involved in Avatar? Because those are his designs.

-Dennis Calero, Artist ("X-Factor," "Legion of Super-Heroes")

@ThatKevinSmith Watching THE INCREDIBLES again. Top 10 flick for me. The Missile-Lock sequence crushes. "ABORT! ABORT! THERE ARE CHILDREN ABOARD!" Jesus...

-Kevin Smith, Writer ("Batman: Cacophony," "Daredevil")

@TONYFINGHARRIS Wrapping issue 47 of Machina. Getting onto the end. Gonna miss my baby....

-Tony Harris, Artist ("Ex Machina," "War Heroes")

@chris_ryall Choose Your Own Adventure books are available on the Kindle now. Next up, the full run of Encyclopedia Brown (hopefully).

-Chris Ryall, Publisher ("IDW")

Parting Wisdom for the Day:

@radiomaru No. 1 comment when people hear I'm a cartoonist w/ a film adaptation coming: "That Must Be Really Exciting For You!" (No Sh--!)

-Bryan Lee O'Malley, Writer/Artist ("Scott Pilgrim vs. The World," "Lost at Sea")

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