WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's arrest in London kicked up some tweet commentary in the feed today. Amid all of the critics and supporters, though, James Urbaniak thinks Assange would be a fine "Law and Order" character.
Wil Wheaton, meanwhile, attempted to leak the secrets of creating paper Darth Vader snowflakes on his account, and the pictures show that he came very close. Elsewhere, Tyrese Gibson didn't divulge anything new from the set of "Men in Black 3," but he did hang out with Will Smith and try on some shoes. You'll find his comments, along with Dax Shepard and a monkey, Bret Easton Ellis' praise for Susan Boyle and Seth MacFarlane on his relationship with the U.K. down below.
I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is Twitter-Wood for December 7, 2010.
@Tyrese I'm in NY! I just popped up on the set of Men In Black 3 to surprise my friend Nd mentor Mr Will Smith.. He was shocked!!!
-Tyrese Gibson, Actor ("Legion," "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen")
@BretEastonEllis Does Susan Boyle really understand her version of Perfect Day? I guess it doesn't matter. It's the best cover of the song I've ever heard.
-Bret Easton Ellis, Writer ("American Psycho," "The Informers")
@JamesUrbaniak Julian Assange is the Law and Order version of himself.
-James Urbaniak, Actor ("The Venture Bros.," "Across the Universe")
U.K. Love pt. 1: @SethMacFarlane We’ve had some good times, UK. But when we pass in the school hallway on Monday, will you call my name, or will you walk on by?
-Seth MacFarlane, Writer/Producer/Actor ("Family Guy," "American Dad!")
U.K. Love pt. 2: @ManMadeMoon @SethMacFarlane I assume we'll keep sending you notes, asking if we still have a "special relationship."
-Duncan Jones, Director ("Moon," "Source Code")
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