The 'Scott Pilgrim' Trailer, Victoria Beckham, And An Ultimate Passover In Today's Twitter Report

Scott Pilgrim - TwitterWhile you were watching the first "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World" trailer, Bryan Lee O'Malley tweeted some behind-the-scenes details about his collaboration with Beck, and Edgar Wright decided to casually slip into a theater tonight to see his work play in front of "Kick-Ass."

Other notable tweets of the past day include Neil Gaiman's close encounter with Victoria Beckham and a passover menu photo posting from Brian Michael Bendis. Check those out after the jump and you'll also find Jimmy Palmiotti's micro-review of "Alice in Wonderland" and some NCAA March Madness commentary.

It's all in the Twitter Report for March 26th, 2010.

@radiomaru The two songs in the trailer are both new ones by @Beck, btw. Beck did some songs based on crappy fake lyrics I made up

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

@edgarwright I am going to see my trailer in front of Kickass tonight somewhere in the West End. Excited to see it on the silver screen.

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

@neilhimself And for the curious Aeroflot was disappointingly terrific. Victoria Beckham sat in the next seat over and bought duty free vodka. Very thin.

-Neil Gaiman, Writer ("The Sandman," "Miracleman")

@BRIANMBENDIS B----, even my passover is ultimate!!

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

@FrankTieri This Kansas State / Xavier game is why the NCAA tournament is really one of the best events in all of sports.

-Frank Tieri, Writer ("Wolverine," "Iron Man")

@RyanStegman I feel like CBS has hand picked the worst commercials ever created and packed them into their NCAA tournament telecasts.

-Ryan Stegman, Artist ("Incredible Hercules," "Riftwar")

@jpalmiotti alice in wonderland: visually cool with not a single emotional connection to any character. was bored silly.

-Jimmy Palmiotti, Writer ("Jonah Hex," "Painkiller Jane")

Parting Wisdom for the Day:

@ronmarz Magic is tough to pull off in comics. Heroes need limitations so they can face viable threats, and be in real danger.

-Ron Marz, Writer ("Green Lantern," "Witchblade")

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