Conan O'BrienMany people were thankful for Conan O'Brien's return to late-night television Monday night via TBS, but not nearly enough viewers appreciated the event first and foremost for the great Larry King TwitPic post that it made possible. King was one of a few outstanding image-sharers earning spots on our highlight reel today. Others receiving the honor include Andy Milonakis with Snoop Dogg, and a shot that may make you wish you were drinking with Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Florence and the Machine yesterday.

Their enthusiasm was nearly matched by Michelle Rodriguez, who joined Ice-T in committing to acquiring "Call of Duty: Black Ops" (she came close enough to identifying its rightful name). Unfortunately, Chloe Moretz won't be able to play it, but if she were older it would be on her to-do list. Check out those tweets, plus Darren Bousman getting sentimental about his "Saw" experiences, down below.

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MegamindThe Dallas Cowboys fell to 1-7 after losing to the Green Bay Packers Sunday, and their fans and foes alike in Twitter-Wood let out a collective groan. Sometimes it's hard to tell who's who these days, but Danny Masterson and Omar Epps both tried to speak some truth about the matter.

In other news, Ice-T's plea for an early copy of "Call of Duty: Black Ops" seems to have paid off. He tweeted a pic with the results, which you should find far less shocking than a self-portrait shared by "Weird Al" Yankovic. Gaze upon it if your dare after the jump along with Justin Bieber's reaction to "Megamind" and what Frankie Muniz plans on doing with the money he saved on his car insurance.

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Walking Dead"Call of Duty: Black Ops" got some help hyping itself from Metallica at Activision's launch party last night, and at least one actor from "Mad Men" was there. Ice-T, meanwhile, is trying to figure out what he needs to do to swing an early copy of the game, so if you have pertinent information and don't want to keep the game for yourself, you know where to tweet him.

In other happenings, Keith Olbermann made news instead of reporting it today by getting suspended indefinitely by MSNBC over political campaign contributions he was found to have made, not for the actions James Urbaniak mentioned. Check out what that was about down below along with Felicia Day's big concern about "The Walking Dead" and who someone thought Ludacris looked like at an airport.

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Hall PassThe Farelly brothers' gigantic cast for "Hall Pass" didn't stop anyone from cutting the new comedy down into a traditional trailer. That trailer is now ready to walk out into public and see if the guys who made "There's Something About Mary," "Kingpin" and "Dumb & Dumber" can return to form with a movie that fundamentally feels like they set out to make a version of "The Hangover" where everyone's already married.

Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis handle the two lead roles in this tale about husbands whose wives give them a temporary "hall pass" to do whatever they want (i.e. bed as many women as possible) before resuming their regularly scheduled married lives. Jenna Fischer, Richard Jenkins, Christina Applegate and Alyssa Milano join them on screen, and the new trailer doesn't spotlight many success stories. Check out the trailer after the jump. Read More...

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Lil WayneLil Wayne was a hot topic for conversation on and off of Twitter today now that he's out of lock-up. Donald Glover hopes someone was able to get a picture, while Marlon Wayans sounded skeptical, and David Faustino expects big things for Weezy tonight at his post-prison release party.

Halloween costume pictures have still be showing up as well, and you can find Billy Burke and Jason Mewes sharing what they wore after the jump. They're there along with Stephen Colbert's thoughts on Prop 19 failing in California, Elizabeth Banks with a face from "Lost" and the shooting location where you might have seen Emmy Rossum working today.

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Justin BieberIt's only normal to see some complaints about election outcomes the day after, but Frankie Muniz intends to do something about his dissatisfaction. According to an update on his Twitter account from yesterday, someone tried planting some campaign signs on his lawn, but he caught them on tape in the act. Andy Milonakis, meanwhile, was much more resentful that Prop 19 failed to pass in California, and Judd Apatow thinks yesterday's results across the country will largely benefit the comedy industry.

The last 24 hours haven't been without their photo ops, either, as Sofia Vergara ran into Justin Bieber, and David Wain claims to have a shot with Jennifer Aniston, though I can't vouch for that just looking at it. Judge for yourself after the jump where you'll also see which films Kevin Smith and Ludacris have been working on.

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Snoop DoggNo matter who they're supporting, most of the faces in the Twitter-Wood feed discussing elections in the U.S. today just want you to get out and vote. Some expressed stronger recommendations, though, such as Sylvester Stallone, who used "The Manchurian Candidate" to help illustrate his point.

In other posts, Snoop Dogg looked like he was having a good time kicking back for his birthday with a few junior football player pals. Snoop, his birthday cake and LeVar Burton with a sticker on his face await you down below.

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Eliza DushkuThis was a banner year for Twitter-Wood Halloween costume photos. In fact, that's about all that anyone was posting in our feed last night, with Shaq showing up in drag, "Eclipse" actor BooBoo Stewart punching his mom and his co-star Jodelle Ferland getting suited up as Katniss Everdeen from Suzanne Collins' "The Hunger Games" books.

There were all kinds of couples costumes in the feed, too. Eliza Dushku played Lois Lane for Rick Fox, who went as Superman; Seth Green let his inner Harry Potter geek shine, and Ice-T got a little mad. Check out links to all the TwitPic posts after the jump.

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Alyssa MilanoThe cast of "Community" kept their tweet feeds lively last night with a few behind-the-scenes shots from their Halloween episode. It butted heads schedule-wise with Game 2 of the World Series, though, where Rose McGowan returned once again to support the Giants, prompting Alyssa Milano to ask why she wasn't a baseball fan when they worked together on "Charmed."

Elsewhere, Eli Roth was amused by the Charlie Chaplin time traveler theories that have been floating around. You'll find his thoughts along with pics of 50 Cent with Robert Redford and Sarah Silverman having a good time with Kathy Griffin after the jump.

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Back to the FutureA Belfast-based movie producer named George Clarke has floated a theory that a time traveler may have sneaked into footage of a 1928 Charlie Chaplin film premiere. That proposition may sound a little preposterous according to the present-day world's understanding of space-time and relativity. Nevertheless, we at the MTV Movies Blog do have some personal heroes who have traveled through time for the sake of film, and this seemed like as good a time as any to list them off for you.

Marty McFly: "Back to the Future" (1985)
The film spawned 1.21 gigawatts(!) worth of quotable lines and made a box-office star out of its young Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox), who had to fend off attacks by badass bully Biff and sexual advances from his mom Lorraine in order to ensure that his family wasn't wiped from the face of the Earth. Two words: "Great Scott!"

Bill and Ted: "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure" (1989)
Keanu Reeves thinks he knows how to make a new Bill and Ted film work, and the last two times he got together to play air guitar and surf through time with Alex Winter, it worked out pretty well. They've battled the Grim Reaper, collected a brain trust of famous historical figures and executed wacky hijinks, so with any luck we won't have to travel too far into the future to start discussing the "Bill and Ted Trilogy." Read More...

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