Shocking news from Arnold Schwarzenegger's camp today, as the former governor revealed that he fathered a child over a decade ago with a member of his household staff, a revelation that led to his separation from Maria Shriver. The confession has prompted a wide range of reactions and ridicule from celebrities in the Twitter-Wood space, as you might expect.
In other news, many are buzzing about the just-released teaser for Steven Spielberg's "The Adventures of Tintin," while one actor/rapper has strong words for Bill O'Reilly after his debate with Jon Stewart over Common's invitation to visit the White House.
I'm @roundhoward and this is Twitter-Wood for May 17, 2011.
Schwarzenegger's Confession, Part 1: @sethmeyers21 Assuming Schwarzeneggar had to come clean b/c there was a 10 year old benching 350.
-Seth Meyers, comedian ("Saturday Night Live")
Schwarzenegger's Confession, Part 2: @MingNa No longer the Terminator, but the Inseminator. "I'll COME back." RT @ENews Schwarzenegger Fathers Illegitimate Child http://eonli.ne/iVYOoe
-Ming-Na, actor ("Mulan")
Schwarzenegger's Confession, Part 3: @tubatron Ahhnold, lines from Casablanca come to mind: "I am shocked, shocked to find gambling going on here." "Your winnings, sir." "Oh thank you."
-David Silverman, director ("The Simpsons")
Schwarzenegger's Confession, Part 4: @BrianLynch I bet he did JUNIOR just to hide his pregnancy.
-Brian Lynch, writer ("Hop")
Schwarzenegger's Confession, Part 5: @funnyordie "Cut the man some slack, he was in Terminator 2." -Edward Furlong
-Funny or Die, comedy website
"Tintin" Trailer, Part 1: @kyle_newman TIN TIN looks great! And since @edgarwright and @simonpegg are involved, it must be! http://bit.ly/jIU1II (via @headgeek666)
-Kyle Newman, director ("Fanboys")
"Tintin" Trailer, Part 2: @Glinner Tintin trailer, folks. Looks like they've gone for the Dick Tracy approach http://trailers.apple.com/ #tintin
-Graham Linehan, writer ("Father Ted")
"Tintin" Trailer, Part 3: @ebertchicago Tintin: A newer poster, greetings from Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson, and some glimpses of the film. http://bit.ly/k14GXa
-Roger Ebert, film critic ("At the Movies")
O'Reilly vs. Stewart, Part 1: @Jon_Favreau What a great debate between Jon Stewart and Bill O'Reilly tonite.
-Jon Favreau, director ("Iron Man")
O'Reilly vs. Stewart, Part 2: @FINALLEVEL Bill O'Reilly is a racist b****.. Point blank. F*** him and who ever is down with him.
-Ice T, actor ("Mean Guns")
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