'Spider-Man 4' Advice, Randy Johnson Memories, And A 'Youngblood' Update In Today's Twitter Report

Spider-ManBrian Michael Bendis may not be writing the script for "Spider-Man 4," but that doesn't mean he doesn't know how he would approach the film. Rob Liefeld, meanwhile, remains extremely confident that Bretty Ratner is the right director to bring "Youngblood" to theaters, and according to a tweet yesterday, Ratner is still on board.

In non-movie-related posts, Chris Ryall reminisced about retiring pitcher Randy Johnson's famous bird-killer pitch, which is quite a sight to see if you've never watched the replay. Scope out those retweets after the jump along with Tom Brevoort's take on Matt Smith in "Doctor Who" and a contemplation of Disney's line-waiting policies.

It's all in the Twitter Report for January 6, 2010.

@BRIANMBENDIS for those who asked, of course i would and could write spidey 4. in a heartbeat. i know exactly what that movie should be. & it should be 3d

-Brian Michael Bendis, Writer ("New Avengers," "Ultimate Spider-Man")

Bonus Bendis Retweet: @BRIANMBENDIS and today a giant african turtle peed on my entire family. who says life is not an adventure.

@chris_ryall Farewell to the Big Unit. Baseball'll miss him. Also, not everyone could explode a flying bird with a 95-mph heater like he could. And did.

-Chris Ryall, Publisher (IDW)

@robertliefeld Yes, Brett Ratner is on Youngblood film! Things are moving fast...

-Rob Liefeld, Writer/Artist ("X-Force," "Onslaught Reborn")

@TomBrevoort In other breaking non-news, to no one's surprise, I am officially on the pro-Matt Smith bandwagon. In five minutes, he completely sold me.

-Tom Brevoort, Editor ("New Avengers," "Civil War")

Disney lines pt. 1 @bradmeltzer Disney now allows rich people to pay more to cut the line and get on rides. Help me stop it. I'm serious..

-Brad Meltzer, Writer ("Identity Crisis," "Justice League of America")

Disney lines pt. 2 @marcbernardin @bradmeltzer in other words, pay $1800 and be famous. Because that's the way they treat VIPs: no lines if you're a real celeb.

-Marc Bernardin, Writer ("The Authority," "The Highwaymen")

Parting Wisdom for the Day:

@pulphope I bet Dr Doom would be a bad skeeball player. Those metal gauntlets.

-Paul Pope, Writer/Artist ("Batman: Year 100," "Battling Boy")

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