Jackass 3DThe end of "Mad Men" Season 4 threw a few viewers for a loop Sunday night. Damon Lindelof attempted to contribute to that confusion, which sounds like it was shared by Elizabeth Banks.

In theater reaction tweets from the weekend, Paris Hilton and Gillian Jacobs both showed some love to "Jackass 3D," even if their affection came accompanied by shock. You can read what they thought down below where it's retweeted along with director Toby Wilkins' outlook on directing MTV's new "Teen Wolf" series, Ludacris' motivation for getting up early and Jon Favreau's favorite part of filmmaking.

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Jackass 3dDiddy laid his dreams of NFL team ownership out for all of Twitter to see last night. While he was doing that, Paris Hilton was gearing up to catch "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" with a few people who probably knew a thing or two about what was happening on the show.

Meanwhile, Friday stirred up a picture storm in Twitter-Wood as usual, with Ice-T linking to some fan art he received and Zack Snyder pausing for a self-portrait taken with his iPhone. Find out what those look like after the jump along with what Richard Kelly thinks of "Jackass 3D" and some anti-Twitter rage from the account of Jim Carrey.

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Muppet movie castingThe new Muppet movie (titled "The Greatest Muppet Movie Ever Made," "'The Greatest Muppet Movie of All Time" or nothing at all, depending on where you look) snowballed together a good collection of talent this year as Jason Segel and Nick Stoller's project picked up "Flight of the Conchords" co-creator James Bobin to direct. The cast surrounding Segel just expanded, too, with Amy Adams, Chris Cooper and Rashida Jones reportedly hammering out terms for joining the film.

Segel and Adams will play a boyfriend-girlfriend duo that helps the Muppets in their battle against Cooper's villain, who's threatening to tear down the Muppets' old studio; Jones will play the role of an ABC exec, according to a story on Heat Vision. Read More...

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David Arquette and Courteney CoxA couple of veteran action heroes spoke up on Twitter in the last 24 hours to comment on their past accomplishments, and you may be interested to see how Sylvester Stallone feels about cheesiness, as well as how Arnold Schwarzenegger responded to an accusation that he sold out when he made "Junior."

Elsewhere, other headline news topics of the day showed up: Jim Carrey sent a message out to the miners in Chile, Todd Barry defended coverage of David Arquette and Courteney Cox's split, and Michael Ian Black and Michael Showalter reacted to recent comments by Christine O'Donnell.

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David O. Russell's commitment to direct "Uncharted: Drake's Fortune" looks to be a blessing for Neil Patrick Harris: The "How I Met Your Mother" and "Harold and Kumar" star will make his feature directorial debut when he takes over the reins from Russell on the romantic comedy "Aaron and Sarah," starring Josh Hutcherson and Emma Roberts.

The film, originally titled "B.F.F.," according to a report at The Hollywood Reporter, follows the evolving relationship of the two title characters, a geek and a popular girl, who meet during their freshman year of high school and go through various proms and a funeral together.

NPH has a busy year ahead of himself, with a "A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas," "The Smurfs" and a modern take on "Beauty & the Beast" with Alex Pettyfer and Vanessa Hudgens called "Beastly" all due out in 2011. And that's in addition to his continuing duties as resident lady-killer Barney Stinson on CBS' "How I Met Your Mother." Read More...

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Bruce WillisTwitter-Wood was on pins and needles waiting for the Chilean miners to get rescued yesterday (well, Steve Martin and Simon Pegg tried to lighten the mood). Today, the overall mood is significantly cheerier, thanks to a successful extraction operation. Kal Penn and Patton Oswalt discussed their reactions, while some other faces in our feed checked out "Red" and Seth Green hung out with some sailors.

Green's shot with them was good enough to make Twitter Pic of the Day. You can find it after the jump along with Ice-T's multiplayer review of "Medal of Honor" and Juliette Lewis' view of the Arcade Fire concert in Los Angeles.

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About a month after "How to Train Your Dragon" flew through theaters, DreamWorks knew they wanted a television series, sequel, live show and online virtual world to keep their franchise breathing fire. Now, just ahead of the film's DVD and Blu-ray releases on October 15, a 3-D theatrical sequel has been confirmed for 2013, and Cartoon Network has revealed that they will host the TV show, which will follow the continuing adventures of Hiccup and Toothless on a weekly basis.

"Great characters and captivating storytelling along with state of the art animation is what we love giving our audience," Turner's Animation, Young Adults & Kids Business president/COO Stuart Snyder said in a press release. "The 'How to Train Your Dragon' weekly series definitely falls into that category of giving our viewers around the globe something they can't find anywhere else on television and DreamWorks Animation is a proven leader in taking this art form to the next level. We are ecstatic to be bringing this project to our network and working with everyone at DreamWorks Animation."

The series won't air until 2012, but it is slated to show in both domestic and international regions. Furthermore, with the 3-D sequel not expected to arrive until 2013, think of the series as a pre-scheduled re-introduction to the "HTTYD" universe. Read More...

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Banksy's Simpsons IntroThe "Red" premiere must have been a lively event, judging from the Twitter pics that showed up last night. "Eclipse" actor BooBoo Stewart grabbed a photo op with Morgan Freeman, as well as "Weird Al" Yankovic, who found Ernest Borgnine. Their picto-posts were accompanied by some slice of life scenes from Seth Green, Snoop Dogg and Milla Jovovich, which you'll also find below.

In trending current events topics, Steve Martin and Simon Pegg cracked some jokes but also sent sympathies out to the trapped Chilean Miners, Damon Lindelof threw a tweet in Brett Favre's face and David Silverman was glad the Internet seemed to like Banky's "Simpsons" intro.

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Katy PerryStephen Fry surprised some Apple loyalists today by heaping praise on top of Microsoft's new Windows Phone 7 devices. He's been a vocal supporter of Apple products in the past, but he offered an explanation of his open-minded position on Twitter.

In other tweets, everyone seemed to have a picture with someone else to share in the last 24 hours. "Weird Al" Yankovic arm wrestled with Fred Willard; Selena Gomez hit up a Katy Perry show; Ludacris went cruising with Tyrese Gibson; and Hugh Hefner hosted "Social Network" producer Dana Brunetti at the Playboy Mansion for a screening. Links to the pics await you after the jump along with Edgar Wright remembering the late Solomon Burke.

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"Three Kings" and "I Heart Huckabees" director David O. Russell leaked out as one of Sony's picks to helm an "Uncharted" movie adaptation earlier this year. That report has now been corroborated, as Russell and Columbia Pictures have reached an agreement to put him on the project and make "Uncharted: Drake's Fortune" more than just a PlayStation 3 game.

"David is a tremendous choice to take on this film," Columbia president Matt Tolmache said in a statement, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "He's equally adept at combining all the classic elements involved in this property: great character development, strong comedy and amazing action sequences. He has a brilliant vision for this material and we know he will bring his original, unique voice to this adaptation." Read More...

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