Michael Ironside, White iPhones, And 'American Idol' In Today's Twitter Report

Michael IronsideI don't know if Kitty Pryde's dad's mustache will be showing up in "X-Men: First Class," but Rick Remender definitely thinks it should have some more exposure in the comics. The Twitter stream oozed with recommendations this morning as he stated his intent to bring back the 'stache and Chris Weston explained what a great Punisher he thinks Michael Ironside would make.

Simon Pegg and Mark Millar, meanwhile, sounded off about what they think 3-D movies mean for the industry, and neither of them seem to be big fans. Check out their reasoning down below along with worry about the white iPhone and micro-length "Doctor Who" fan fiction from Warren Ellis.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for April 28, 2011.

@simonpegg Marketing types worry that if a film isn't in 3D it will appear somehow old fashioned and so cinema continues to die of a corporate tumor.

-Simon Pegg, Actor ("Star Trek," "The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn")

@mrmarkmillar Man, so many people misunderstanding my 3D comments. I think the extra ticket price is a CON and DAMAGING. I'm not advocating it.

-Mark Millar, Writer ("Wanted," "Kick-Ass")

@GailSimone I'm watching American Idol. Or AM I...? No, I am. It sucks.

-Gail Simone, Writer ("Birds of Prey," "Wonder Woman")

@westonfront @Robwilliams71 Love Michael Ironside. He was always my No.1 choice for The Punisher. Still is.

-Chris Weston, Artist ("The Authority," "The Filth")

@Remender Got approval today to bring back Kitty Pryde's dad's mustache. It's going to be a huge new villain.

-Rick Remender, Writer ("Fear Agent," "Punisher")

@kmellon Finally watched Easy A. It's not actually any good, it's just that Emma Stone is THAT f---ing good.

-Kevin Mellon, Artist ("Gearhead," "Hack/Slash")

@rstevens White iPhones? Maybe we should take that apocalypse next month more seriously.

-R. Stevens, Writer/Artist ("Diesel Sweeties," "LOLbots")

@warrenellis #doctorwhospoilers Amy Pond discovers the "vibrate" function on the sonic screwdriver and is never seen again

-Warren Ellis, Writer ("Planetary," "Transmetropolitan")

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