Gwyneth Paltrow, Google+, And Brad Bird In Today’s Twitter Report

Yesterday, our Twitter peeps were jabbering about the new “Mission: Impossible—Ghost Protocol” trailer, but a few people finally realized in the last 24 hours that the film’s director, Brad Bird, is the same guy who did “The Incredibles.” Dan Slott and Marc Bernardin chewed on those implications, while Mark Millar was just happy to see Gwyneth Paltrow show up scantily clad in Vanity Fair.

Other popular topics for the night included requests for Google+ invitations from creators eager to grab an early home on Google’s new social network. The service turned out to be a welcome change for R. Stevens, thanks to one key attribute that sets it apart from Facebook. Find out what that is and where “Powers” and “Cowboys and Aliens” post-production are at after the jump.

I’m @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter Report for June 30, 2011.

@BRIANMBENDIS got my powers tv production binders today. so, they’re really going to do this! #yoinks
-Brian Michael Bendis, Writer (“New Avengers,” “Ultimate Spider-Man”)

@rstevens Where Google+ truly shines over Facebook is the fact that no one I went to high school with is on there.
-R. Stevens, Writer/Artist (“Diesel Sweeties,” “LOLbots”)

@Jon_Favreau Late nights. Mix all day. Color time all night. It will all be done in a matter of days. #CowboysandAliens #postproduction
-Jon Favreau, Director (“Cowboys and Aliens,” “Iron Man 2″)

@mrmarkmillar Great to see Gwyneth Paltrow mostly nude in the new Vanity Fair. That is all.
-Mark Millar, Writer (“Kick-Ass,” “Wanted”)

Brad Bird pt. 1: @DanSlott –the NEW Mission Impossible movie? Brad Bird is directing a live action flick? Hell, I’M there! #MindBlownAndIDontEvenLikeTheMIMovies
-Dan Slott, Writer (“Avengers: The Initiative,” “Amazing Spider-Man”)

Brad Bird pt. 2: @nelsonblake2 @DanSlott Yeah Brad Bird is a genius. I can’t wait to see MI:4. I’ve watched the making of the Incredibles like 50 times.
-Nelson Blake II, Artist (“The Darkness,” “Magdalena”)

Brad Bird pt. 3: @marcbernardin @nelsonblake2 @DanSlott The Incredibles is, for my money, the best superhero movie ever made. Nothing in it doesn’t work.
-Marc Bernardin, Writer (“The Authority,” “The Highwaymen”)

@simonpegg Quite alarmed at the amount of people excited about the trailer for Mission Impossible 3 which came out in 2006.
-Simon Pegg, Actor (“Star Trek,” “The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn”)

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