A writer-for-hire is saying that the show took material from his blog and Twitter account and used it in broadcast.
He’s shooting his part now.
Weird that this backfired. That only happens EVERY TIME THERE’S A TWITTER Q&A.
This film needs your support! Financially! This film needs $85 million, to be more specific.
Dear Hollywood: Please stop acting like a 13 character hashtag counts as a legitimate endorsement of your subpar product.
Step one: spark Twitter discussions about your show. Step two: buy yacht with duffel bag full of cash.
How many people out there actually love TV AND Twitter?
You make the call.
Not required: pants.
I mean it. Join now, or else.
He’s owned up to it.
We get sick of reporting on sequels sometimes, so here’s this.
I vote for H*A*S*H*
Thanks to the advent of Twitter, it’s become even easier for him to stir up trouble.
Or does he just hate science?
The title sounds like a jazz album somebody recommended to me in college, but I never listened to.
Looks like mother-lovin’ Justin Timberlake will host this year’s final episode of “SNL.”
At least that’s better than a “Puddle of Mudd.”
Franco took to Twitter to blast hard-to-look-at Oscar joke writer Bruce Vilanch. Is he really blaming Vilanch? Did he slip Franco sleeping pills or something?
Director/adventurer/submarine captain James Cameron is embarking on his latest journey 140 characters at a time.
The helmer of such hits as ’40 Year Old Virgin’ and ‘Knocked Up’ thought Gervais was too mean and snarky to the ‘poor wittle Howwywood Cewebwities.’
Twitter has changed the rap game fo-ev-a, yo. In this music video, Jimmy Kimmel shows Drake he shouldn't waste anymore of his time writing original, intelligent, rhyming lyrics. Why try to say it better when Justin Bieber and Ashton Kutcher have already said it best? I can't wait until Ashton's Twitter-based album "Did You Know Fish Don't Have Eyelids?" goes platinum. (Vulture)
Hey Fellas, here's some news that may or may not affect you, depending on your taste in women and movies. Amanda Bynes announced over Twitter yesterday that she's had it with being an actress:Amanda tweeted, "I’ve never written the movies & tv shows I’ve been apart of I’ve only acted like the characters the producers or directors wanted me to play. Being an actress isn’t as fun as it may seem. If I don’t love something anymore I stop doing it. I don’t love acting anymore so I’ve stopped doing it.”“I know 24 is a young age to retire but you heard it here first I’ve #retired,” she added.Amanda stars in the upcoming Easy A with Emma Stone, and then I guess it's donesies for her. We reported earlier that she's been cast in the new Farrelly Brothers comedy Hall Pass alongside Owen Wilson and Jenna Fischer, but maybe the Farrellys drove her into retirement. A prosthetic penis prank was probably the straw that broke the camel's back. (GossipTeen)
Conan O'Brien is so hard up for social interaction that he's joined Twitter like the rest of us losers. Welcome to the club, Coco! As of right now, Conan has 272,791 followers, but by the time you realize Screen Junkies exists and actually read this post he could be inactive (dead). In the bio section of the Twitter verified account it states, "I had a show. Then I had a different show. Now I have a Twitter account." Oh how the mighty have fallen. But no worries, NBC will allow Conan to talk directly to humans again in September, and it seems Fox has an interest in providing him with a stage and broadcasting these interactions. Until then, follow Conan's Twitter here, and read more of his interviews with tiny woodland creatures. On Monday, you can watch Jay Leno on the show he stole back from Conan, that is if you're a sadomasocist. (HitFix)
Nowhere else can you get hard hitting political updates from actor Rainn Wilson and baby penis news in the same, concise and easily digestible format. Say goodnight, Reuters.