Chilean Miners, The Brett Favre Scandal, And Transformers In Today’s Twitter Report

Celebrity shock stories fanned some tweet flames in the Twitter Report feed today with Brett Favre’s scandal continuing capture attention, though Matt Fraction was more focused on his football stats last night. Carrie Fisher also caught some industry professionals’ attention by admitting to cocaine use on the set of “The Empire Strikes Back.”

In other hot headline topics, the Chilean miner rescue effort has the world watching, but one creator turned his hopes surrounding the incident toward the “Jersey Shore” cast. Find out who you agree with, whose been writing Transformers material and how Kieron Gillen prefers to play “Asteroids” after the jump.

I’m @brianwarmoth, and this is your Twitter Report for October 12, 2010.

Chile pt. 1: @GerryDuggan Hoping MTV announces the next season of The Jersey Shore will take place in a Chilean mine.
-Gerry Duggan, Writer (“The Infinite Horizon”)

Chile pt. 2: @kierondwyer @GerryDuggan Except that they’ve already discovered a way to rescue the Chilean miners.
-Kieron Dwyer, Artist (“The Avengers,” “XXXombies”)

@MrAdamFreeman Carrie Fisher just admitted to doing coke on set of Empire. And you thought Hoth was made of snow?
-Adam Freeman, Writer (“Dark X-Men: The Beginning,” “The Highwaymen”)

Brett Favre pt. 1: @mattfraction congratulations brett farve on throwing your 500th completed TD pass and 501st interception
-Matt Fraction, Writer (“Thor,” “Casanova”)

Brett Favre pt. 2: @FrankTieri In appreciation to Brett Favre for blowing the game against the Jets tonight, I sent him a picture of my junk.
-Frank Tieri, Writer (“Iron Man,” “Wolverine”)

@alexirvine Two scripts to edit today, another to finish drafting. Also Transformers! They had to leave Cybertron, you know.
-Alex Irvine, Writer (“Hellstorm: Son of Satan,” “Daredevil Noir”)

Deep Thought for the Day:

@kierongillen At Barcade I’m reminded there are few things as beautiful as Asteroids on a real vector screen:
-Kieron Gillen, Writer (“Phonogram,” “Thor”)

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