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Eric Roberts Admits Being A Pot Head

Eric Roberts Admits Being A Pot Head
August 5, 2010: Eric Roberts, the actor of such films as The Whole Truth, The Dark Knight and the upcoming The Expendables opened up about his tryst with drugs. He revealed it all at the Los Angeles premiere of The Expendables on Tuesday.

Eric, who is 54 now reveals about his long addiction to weed. He says that he’s been a pot head practically all throughout his life. However, he says that he has left it all now.

Eric happens to be the older brother of actress Julia Roberts. He is also the father of teen actress Emma Roberts. He recently completed filming the 4th Season of “Celebrity Rehab.
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San Diego Comic-Con, Scott Pilgrim And Mel Gibson In Today's Twitter-Wood

San Diego Comic-Con, Scott Pilgrim And Mel Gibson In Today's Twitter-Wood
If you don't know about the cosplay and people watching available in San Diego this week thanks to Comic-Con International, you're in luck because pictures and insights have been rolling in from across the Twitter-Wood feed today. Sean Patrick Flanery posed for a shot with some Halo Spartans, Patton Oswalt spotted Superman, and Anna Kendrick's just happy to be among friends.

Kal Penn, meanwhile, finally got to check out "Human Centipede." You can find out he had to say below along with shot of Tyrese Gibson hanging out with Mel Gibson, another actor's tweet from the "Guns, Girls and Gambling" location and much more.

I'm @brianwarmoth, and this is Twitter-Wood for July 22, 2010.

Twitter Pic of the Day:

@seanflanery I dodged a bullet... or laser beam... or, something..!!

-Sean Patrick Flanery, Actor ("Boondock Saints," "The Whole Truth")

@AnnaKendrick47 On the comic con express with the Scott Pilgrim gang.
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Brittany Murphy Tweets From Peter Facinelli, Paris Hilton And Others In Another Twitter-Wood Early Edition

Brittany Murphy Tweets From Peter Facinelli, Paris Hilton And Others In Another Twitter-Wood Early Edition
Earlier today, we brought you an early edition of Twitter-Wood packed chock-full of celebrity praise for James Cameron's sci-fi epic, "Avatar." It's a much more tragic set of circumstances that brings me back to you with another Twitter-Wood early edition.

"Clueless" star Brittany Murphy left us suddenly over the weekend, the victim of a heart attack at the too-young age of 32. The breaking news resulted in an outpouring of grief and sympathy for Murphy's family from around the celebrity Twittersphere. I'll let the people who knew her take it from here...

@ParisHilton So sad to hear about Brittany Murphy, such a tragedy. She was such a beautiful, funny and sweet girl. My heart goes out to her family.

-Paris Hilton, Actress ("The Hottie and the Nottie," "House of Wax")

@peterfacinelli Brittany Murphy... U were Bold, Brave, and Beautiful. Thank you 4 being the free spirit u were, and always
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'Scavengers' finds its leads

'Scavengers' finds its leads
Louise Linton and Sean Patrick Flanery are heading for deep space.

The pair has been cast in the indie sci-fi film "Scavengers," about crews of space scavengers competing for supplies, energy and treasure. When the crew of the Revelator, led by Emerson (Linton), comes across the alien-created Chaos Generator, they must fight to keep it out of the hands of her former shipmate, the sinister Captain Jekel (Flanery).

The film will be the directorial debut of production designer Travis Nicholas Zariwny ("Wake"). James Rosenthal ("Little Fish, Strange Pond") is producing. Production on the low-budget film begins today.

Linton recently wrapped filming the drama "Five Hours South" in Rome. She has also appeared on CBS' "CSI: NY" and "Cold Case."

Flanery most recently starred in the crime thriller "The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day." He also has appeared in the features "The Whole Truth" and "Suicide Kings."

Linton and Flanery are repped by Fortitude.
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Patrick Swayze, The Cullen Family And Jessica Simpson's Dog In Today's Twitter-Wood

Patrick Swayze, The Cullen Family And Jessica Simpson's Dog In Today's Twitter-Wood
Though Patrick Swayze's extensive career prompted massive tweeting about "Dirty Dancing," "Point Break" and "Ghost" today, it's important not to forget some of his less prominent contributions from "Donnie Darko" and "Saturday Night Live." Richard Kelly and Seth Meyers were just two of the many mourners who showed up in the Twitter-Wood feed to share such memories.

Swayze's death wasn't the only tragedy to appear today, though, as Jessica Simpson's dog Daisy was apparently kidnapped by a coyote. The actress and singer posted a worried pick of the missing pooch her account, in case anyone finds it. Elsewhere, "Eclipse" filming continues and you can find tweets from director David Slade as well as actors Peter Facinelli and Anna Kendrick below. They're in the Twitter-Wood report for September 15, 2009.

Twitter Pic of the Day:

@JessicaSimpson - My heart is broken because a coyote took my precious
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Seattle International Film Festival announces lineup

Which will include Coppola's Tetro which premiers at Cannes for a total of 392 films which includes 31 world premiers and 203 narrative features. Man, Siff always has good stuff, I wish I could go. Any writers in Seattle want to provide coverage for us?

Check out some of the premiers after the break.

World Premieres

Back to the Garden, Flower Power Comes Full Circle, directed by Kevin Tomlinson (USA, 2009)

Dancing Across Borders, directed by Anne H. Bass (USA/Cambodia, 2009)

Facing Ali, directed by Pete McCormack (Canada, 2009)

The Hills Run Red, directed by Dave Parker (USA, 2009)

Icons Among Us, directed by Michael Rivoira, Lars Larson, Peter J. Vogt (USA, 2009)

I’m No Dummy, directed by Bryan W. Simon (USA, 2009)

Pop Star On Ice, directed by David Barba (USA/Canada/Russia/Japan, 2009)

The Spy and the Sparrow, directed by Garrett Bennett (USA, 2009)

talhotblond, directed by Barbara Schroeder (USA, 2008)

The Whole Truth, directed by Colleen Patrick (USA,
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