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Zack Snyder's director colleagues expressed approval over his newly announced gig on the Superman reboot yesterday. Both Brett Ratner and Duncan Jones sent their regards, while Snyder just put up an image of a postage stamp.
A few more lively scenes showed up, too, though. Wes Craven and Pee-Wee Herman posed for a shot together, and Miranda Cosgrove got into a snowball fight while celebrating Christmas a bit early. You'll know what I mean when you take a look at the mayhem below. It's there along with Emma Roberts' pick for best film of the year, Marlon Wayans' harsh words for the 49ers and Stephen Colbert's concern for hobos.
I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is Twitter-Wood for October 5, 2010.
Twitter Pic of the Day:
@wescraven Ran into my friend @PeeWeeHerman this week in NYC. http://yfrog.com/49bzggj
- Brian Warmoth
Big cars, crashes and foul-mouthed sheriffs – it's time to celebrate the majesty of Smokey And The Bandit...
Car porn. Modern cinema is full of it. Whether it be Nicolas Cage pining after his old Mustang in Gone In 60 Seconds, Vin Diesel and Paul Walker jousting with their suped-up jalopies in The Fast And The Furious, or Seann William Scott and Johnny Knoxville jumping over stuff in The Dukes of Hazzard.
Speaking of the Duke cousins, it was somewhat apropos that Burt Reynolds was cast as the nefarious Boss Hogg in the 2005 film - as anyone who has seen an episode of the original show will attest that, without a certain Reynolds flick from 1977, the show probably wouldn’t have been green-lit in the first place.
The film in question is of course, Smokey And The Bandit.
In 1977, Burt Reynolds was one of Hollywood’s brightest stars. After years working »
2 items from 2010
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