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This past Sunday, more than 106 million viewers tuned in to watch the New Orleans Saints best the Indianapolis Colts for their first-ever Super Bowl win. One of the key players responsible for the Saints' 31-17 victory over the Colts was Reggie Bush, star running back and significant other of celebutante Kim Kardashian.

As you might expect, the happy couple had much to celebrate about on Sunday night. And they invited a few friends along to join in the festivities. No one big. Only Lennox Lewis, former undisputed World heavyweight champion and Scottie Pippen, who with (and later without) Michael Jordan, led the Chicago Bulls to NBA championship wins six times over. Real bit players, right? Read More...

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Jackie Chan is a relative newcomer to Twitter, but he seems to be having fun with it. The "Spy Next Door" star has in fact fully embraced micro-bloggery, with frequent updates for his 12K+ (and growing) followers. He also doesn't overshare, which is a lesson that some users could stand to learn (we kid, Kevin... we totally kid).

Chan has a movie releasing in China this week, "Little Big Soldier." The premiere happened last week and some adoring fan gave the star a drawing of his character, complete with a sword in one hand and a bird perched on a finger of his other hand, like a basketball. Chan wants notes-- does it look like him? The facial features are a bit exaggerated -- clearly, it's a caricature -- but I say yes, it does. Hit the jump to see for yourself. Read More...

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I'm not gonna lie. Today's Daily TwitPic is awesome. We've had some good ones in the months since this column started, but today's may very well be one of my favorites.

For starters, it's all about Larry King. The veteran newsman may come off as a real old-guard reporter, but he's actually very hip and in touch with today's culture. Even if you don't watch "Larry King Live," all you really need to know is that he has an active, fun-filled Twitter life. Dude's finger is on the pulse, folks.

He's also without fear. King doesn't mind being the butt of a joke, or making himself look ridiculous in the public eye. He doesn't come off as someone who's after all the attention either; to a casual observer, it really just looks as though the guy likes to have fun. And that's the spirit of today's twitpic, which shows us what King would look like if the RDA grew a Na'vi avatar body for him. Read More...

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Warning: your Daily TwitPic this morning is a little bit racy. Presuming the sight of flesh-colored, rubber lumps is something you find potentially offensive, that is.

Jaime King started out as a model, but her acting career started to blossom in 2005 when she appeared among the ensemble in "Sin City," as twin badass prostitutes Goldie and Wendy. More recently she appeared in comic book adaptation "The Spirit" and geek-friendly comedy "Fanboys." She is said to be returning in "Sin City 2" and will next be seen in the remake of "Mother's Day," which has a connection with today's twitpic as it was posted in that movie's honor. Hit the jump to see for yourself. Read More...

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It's been busy enough this week that your Daily TwitPic has been overlooked a few times. Today's selection is too wacky to ignore though. You all know Brett Ratner, right? Director of the "Rush Hour" series, frequent tweeter of Michael Jackson photos (they were good friends), perceived destroyer of the "X-Men" franchise (in truth, he walked in on an already-sinking ship).

Well Ratner is a lucky guy. He's landed some great gigs in Hollywood, aligned himself with the right people... he may not be King of the World, but he's at the very least the Duke of his own fiefdom. And now we know his secret. Ratner caught himself a leprechaun. No, really! You can see pictorial proof for yourself, after the jump! Read More...

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Warmoth actually had a different pick for today's Daily TwitPic, but I vetoed it in the name of Pixar. I'm a fan (really... who isn't?), and am extremely excited to chuckle at the antics of Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the gang this summer in "Toy Story 3."

That's what today's twitpic selection is all about, in fact. "Toy Story 3" director Lee Unkrich, a very active Twitter user, hasn't ever been shy about sharing insider views of the ongoing production. His latest image share even qualifies as a sneak preview for the next "Toy Story 3" trailer spot, which is (or was, as of yesterday) being mixed at Skywalker Ranch, the compound that "Star Wars" built. Hit the jump to see a still from Pixar's summer release, situated just above a giant mixing board. Read More...

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This certainly isn't the most unusual Daily TwitPic we've had. In fact, the person who posted the image even refers to it as "random." But I'm betting that a lot of you readers will at least appreciate who the players are.

To the right you've got Miranda Cosgrove, star of "The School of Rock" and "iCarly," and owner of the pic's tweet. And to the left... well... I'm guessing you recognize this guy. Adam Lambert may have been runner-up in the eighth season of "American Idol," but he finished first in the hearts of his fans. And Lambert's star has certainly been on the rise in the months since the "Idol" season ended, with the pop star attracting equal amounts of fan fervor and controversy. You can see him here with Miranda Cosgrove after the jump. Read More...

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"Toy Story 3" director Lee Unkrich loves Twitter. And he especially loves the twitpic feature, as it allows him to share insider views of the happenings at Pixar with loyal fans everywhere. There's some especially exciting stuff going on there right now too. "Toy Story 3" is out this summer, and the team there is now at the point of bringing in the movie's voice cast to record their lines.

Last week, Unkrich shared a glimpse of the recording session with Tom Hanks, who stars as cowboy doll Woody. Yesterday, he shared a bunch more. Timothy Dalton. Tim Allen. And legendary comedian Don Rickles. I picked just one for today's Daily TwitPic, and Rickles is it. Check it out after the jump. Read More...

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These are always strange mornings. Our Daily TwitPic usually comes from some Hollywood insider. Kim Kardashian certainly spends plenty of time in Tinseltown, but she's more of a celebutante. Not a figure who generally falls into the wheelhouse of MTV Movies Blog coverage. She's a regular contributor to our Twitter-Wood feed however, and today's pic is a very timely one.

In the NFC Championship on Sunday, the Saints claimed victory over the Minnesota Vikings in an overtime win, one that will send the New Orleans team along to the Super Bowl. It's an important moment for the Saints, as this will be their first Super Bowl. And Kardashian, a fan, was on hand to show her support for the team. You can see her caught up in the post-win revelry after the jump. Read More...

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Frankie Muniz is one of our Twitter-Wood regulars. The former "Malcolm in the Middle" star hasn't been terribly busy as an actor recently, having taken a hiatus in 2007 to pursue his career as a race car driver. He's alive and well on his Twitter feed though, though not to the point of chronically oversharing like some of his colleagues.

Last Friday, Muniz posted a mournful tweet about a recently fallen friend. "Shaqtus," as he calls it. A cactus. A tall one too, presuming that name is more than just a clever twist on the word "cactus." The Daily TwitPic posted after the jump brings us a touching moment, when Muniz says goodbye to his lost friend. I'm not sure what took this particular cactus down -- perhaps old age -- but Muniz was broken up enough by it to tweet his final goodbye. Read More...

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