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One of the reasons the ladies love "Twilight" -- and "New Moon" in particular -- so much is the abundance of well-manicured male pecs on display. And while much has been made of Taylor Lautner's -- ie Jacob Black, werewolf -- abundant shirtlessness, his pack brothers, the so-called Wolf Pack, spend a lot of their screen time in states of half-undress.

Of course, with any film as large as "New Moon," you're going to have a backup plan. What if someone gets sick? Has a death in the family? Is torn to shreds by a werewolf that's broken out of its cage? You've got to be prepared for these things. Tinsley Korey, who plays wolf-boy Sam Uley's fiancee Emily, shows us just how UNprepared director Chris Weitz was for a Wolf Pack breakdown in today's Daily TwitPic. I warn you: the image that lies after the jump is... disturbing. Read More...

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I admit it: I'm an overgrown child at heart. Warmoth's Twitter Pic of the Day selection yesterday featured "The Office" star Rainn Wilson's high school yearbook photo. All I saw however were homemade "Toy Story" models. Seriously, young Rainn is cool and all, but this morning's Daily TwitPic shout goes to Pixar's Lee Unkrich for sharing a fan's efforts with the world (wide web).

You'll actually find three pics after the jump, not just one. All three recall scenes from the original "Toy Story," convincing models made out of... well... I can't really tell. The work belongs to Twitter user @peejou, who may or may not explain how she got the job done in her feed. I couldn't tell you, as most of it is written in Japanese. But the work speaks for itself, so hit the jump and enjoy. Read More...

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Happy Monday all, and welcome back from the holiday weekend. I don't know about y'all, but I won't be eating again until mid-January. We do know that a few turkeys survived last Thursday's bloodbath however, thanks to today's Daily TwitPic. "Juno" director Jason Reitman knows it too.

Reitman was flying somewhere last week, and he posted an amusing image showing us a scene from the airport. I don't think Presidential pardoned turkeys on his flight could really be responsible for bumping him (or anyone else) back to economy class seating, but it's a funny thought. All of those turkeys, getting the nice seats up front, a big steak dinner, free champagne... amenities and comfort. All while their kin are carved to pieces and eaten across the country. Do you think these two have any idea of what they avoided? They certainly look unconcerned. Read More...

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I'm a fan of Greg Mottola. I'll never forgive him for moving the setting of this year's "Adventureland" away from my childhood home of Long Island, but he's a fellow Islander and I just can't stay mad at him. Plus, Mottola can bring the funny like few others can. "Superbad" is laugh-out-loud hilarious and "Adventureland," despite its shortcomings, manages to strike a fine balance between the crass hilarity of its predecessor and the more gentle trappings of a teenage love story. Plus, "Twilight" star Kristen Stewart is central to the story.

Mottola is also a fan of jazz, as this morning's Daily TwitPic illustrates. While out the other night in New York City, he caught a performance from no less a personality than Woody Allen, accomplished filmmaker and notable jazzhound. After the jump, you'll find the picture that proves it. Read More...

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As many of you know, Peter Facinelli oversees a coven of vampires as Carlisle Cullen in the "Twilight" series. I'll always know him best as the jerk jock from "Can't Hardly Wait," but he's an ageless blood-sucker now. And don't let that vegetarian thing fool you. He's biding his time, building an army of vampires he will one day use to take over the world.

Facinelli's latest initiate is Kat Dennings, who we revealed yesterday has just joined the cast of "Thor." It's too late to help her, as you'll learn in this morning's Daily TwitPic. Dennings has already turned; who knows whose blood she feasted on last night to sustain her unlife? It's terrifying to think that ground zero for the world-ending vampire menace is Hollywood, but this is the world we now live in. Feel the fear after the jump. Read More...

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This morning's Daily TwitPic has absolutely nothing to do with "New Moon." I know that was the weekend highlight for many of you, but no one on the Twitter-Wood feed last Friday seemed will to share pics of their glittered-covered selves. Go figure.

Nonetheless, today's pic made me do a little bit of a double-take. These three guys may have history on television, but they couldn't have come from more different places. There's Larry King of course, armed and dangerous in this pic, and celebrating his birthday party. Then you've got Ryan Seacrest, "American Idol" host and "E! News" fixture. And finally there's Don Johnson. Some of you younger folk might not recognize him, and that's a shame. He was one half of the crime-fighting super-team on "Miami Vice." It's an odd lineup... hit the jump to see it. Read More...

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That headline ain't kidding. This morning's Daily TwitPic isn't the sharpest image you'll ever see. It may well be one of the blurriest. But it's also Danny DeVito celebrating his birthday -- yes, that's a candle-covered cake -- with Johnny Depp and Patti Smith.

DeVito and Depp at least were both in New York City this week for the exhibition opening of Tim Burton's career retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art. The trio are joined at their table by what is identified as "Troll Foot." If you look carefully, to the left of the cake, you can see it: a bare foot. If you follow DeVito then you know that he's got a weird fascination with tweeting images of his "Troll Foot." See for yourself after the jump. Read More...

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Doogie! Sorry, I won't do that again. It's hard though, to be someone who grew up in the '80s and '90s, not to think of Neil Patrick Harris as Doogie Howser, MD, the boy genius doctor. Such a simpler time. Harris has become so much more than that in recent years, and my hat's off to him for shedding his child actor image. I still can't erase those first memories of his time on TV.

In today's Daily TwitPic we see Harris hanging with the lovely Felicia Day, a gifted performer who is associated with one of his more recent successes. The two starred together in "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog," a three-act comedic web series conceived by Joss Whedon and his brothers Zack and Jed. Enjoy the cute picture of would-be supervillain Dr. Horrible and his doomed love Penny, reunited. Read More...

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It's been months now since the untimely passing of Michael Jackson. Yet somehow, he remains very much a part of the public consciousness. Part of that is the documentary, "Michael Jackson's This Is It," which collects the pop legend's final rehearsal footage. Not only did the release trigger the flood of Jackson memorializing anew, the doc itself notably doesn't ever explicitly say that he's left us.

What's interesting about all of the personal remembrances to have surface is the picture that they paint. Jackson was famously reclusive in his later years, trailed by controversy and somehow standing apart from the cult of celebrity, even as he sat at its pinnacle. Only through the recent doc and the memories of his family and friends are we now getting a picture of the man behind all of that mystery. Brett Ratner is one of those people Jackson was close with, and he's been sharing generously on Twitter for some time. The latest, today's Daily TwitPic shows us the "Rush Hour" director with Michael, Chris Tucker and Jackson friend Al Malnik in Acapulco for Ratner's birthday. Read More...

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I'm going a little rogue with this morning's Daily TwitPic. Warmoth's pick last Friday featured "Star Trek: The Next Generation" star LeVar Burton (the guy with the eye visor thing) posing for a photo op with Neil Armstrong, the first man to set foot on the moon. Of course, the importance of Armstrong's new moon discovery can't hold a candle to another "New Moon," the one that hits theaters this Friday. Not this week.

That's right, the second installment in Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight" series swoops into theaters in a matter of days. This morning's Daily TwitPic celebrates that fact with a look at the new Jacob Barbie doll. The Bella and Edward dolls are old news; now it's Jacob's turn. Shirtless Jacob (if he's got another look, I've not seen it). Check out the pic after the jump. Read More...

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