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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.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is Twitter-Wood for October 13, 2010. Read More...

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Simon Pegg happily tweeted about the publicity he hopes to see "How to Lose Friends & Alienate People" get in the U.S. now that an on-set burglary has resulted in a trial. If his co-star Megan Fox wasn't enough to get the film some attention, he predicts that his testimony will be.

One film that's been getting loads of Twitter attention this week has been "Zombieland," which everyone seems to have been invited to see. Shannon Elizabeth can be counted among those invitees and gets today's Twitter Pic of Day vote with the cutest zombie kiss you'll see this week. Check it out below along with Rumer Willis' backstage shot of a Govt. Mule concert, what Taylor Lautner has in common with a roller coaster and what Richard Kelly wants to see in Diablo Cody's "Sweet Valley High" movie. I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is the Twitter-Wood report for September 24, 2009. Read More...

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Anna Faris in 'The House Bunny'After years of endearing herself to us as the scene-stealer in such films as “The Hot Chick,” “Made in Translation” and “Waiting,” Anna Faris finally broke through with her first non-“Scary Movie” hit as a lead actress last summer. And since the film was such a pleasant surprise hit, we had to wonder: Does Faris have plans to play “The House Bunny” once again?

“I hope so,” the 32-year-old beauty told us of her desire to bring back sexy, ditzy, inspirational centerfold Shelley Darlingson. Read More...

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Rumer WillisIn an article over at the MTV Mothership, we profiled Rumer Willis, who told us she's dying to be taken seriously as an actress. But if the 20-year-old scion had her way, you'd be the one dying, not her. Well, OK, not you either, necessarily — but someone!

"I would love to be the killer in something or be crazy," Willis laughed when asked what her dream film role would be. "One of the reasons why I love acting and why I think I always have is I've always been interested in psychology. When I was at USC, I started taking a few classes on it, and it's just always kind of interested me about why people do things, and I think there are a lot of actors that that's just why they started doing it — because they just want to find out why people do certain things. What interests me the most, and especially with serial killers and things like that — which is a little crazy, but whatever floats your boat — is that in their heads it's logical, you know what I mean? When they're killing people or whatever it is, there's a reason in their minds that they rationalize it, and I just think it's such an interesting thing and an amazing thing that as an actor, you get to be able to kind of go into that and figure why people do this." Read More...

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Sure, Anna Faris is the house bunny of the title but why talk to one fetching young actress when you can chat up three? And when the three are Katharine McPhee, Emma Stone, and Rumer Willis, well, it's best to just go with the flow. Two on one and three on one interviews tend to be the most difficult but this one was fun from the get go (read the interview here). Watch and enjoy as the ladies talk about "Playboy' covers, who's the most awkward, and who's playing Batman soon (?!?).

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