Follow me. Don’t follow me. Your decision. But I’m finding that Twitter is a great way for DHD to impart even more info to its readers (most recent tweets on top):

  • From one of my b.o. gurus: 1. Knowing — low to mid 20’s 2. I Love You Man — high teens to low 20’s 3. Duplicity — mid to high teens
  • Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) will honor Kathy Griffin and Bishop Gene Robinson at Los Angeles Media Awards on April 18
  • How dopey is this? STAR WARS: Punch Out and Play! coming out. Thumb-push to create 12 paper dolls to decorate with intergalactic inspiration
  • Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) will honor Kathy Griffin and Bishop Gene Robinson at Los Angeles Media Awards on April 18
  • Bravo’s repugnant “The Real Housewives Of New Jersey” previews April 7 then starts May 12. “The hair is big. But the drama is bigger”
  • Bizarro YouTube: Giant orange crab explains Facebook to former ‘Dallas’ star Patrick Duffy. — http://tinyurl.com/dla4p9
  • MovieTickets.com March Madness Poll: Which is greatest hoops movie ever? 1. Hoosiers (53%) 2. White Men Can’t Jump (28%) Others (19%)
  • MovieTickets.com Poll: ‘I Love You, Man’ next pic under-25 moviegoers will see in theaters, ahead of ‘Monsters vs Aliens’, ‘Fast & Furious’
  • As the votes for/against ratification of the new IATSE Hollywood Locals contract get counted, I will update. Starting Thursday.
  • Movie bigwig to me: “Are the trades a public service play for H’wood? Neither has more than a 1/4 page paid ad today. How do they survive?”
  • IATSE Hollywood Locals rank-and-file used to be able to change vote with replacement ballot. Now union taking only first ballot received.
  • IATSE Hollywood Locals getting Zuckered — http://tinyurl.com/dfwmua
  • SAG getting Zuckered — http://tinyurl.com/dfwmua
  • Tony Danza, Frances Fisher, Anne-Marie Johnson were also at the actors’ rally today outside CBS Television City in addition to Doug Allen.
  • President Obama told ESPN today that Air Force One gets DirecTV.
  • Same source: ” ‘Duplicity’ probably 20.” Full weekend predictions on Thursday at — http://www.DeadlineHollywoo
  • Another source: ” ‘I Love You, Man’ keeps picking up, from 20 to 22-23.”
  • Source: ” ‘Knowing’ looked like mid to high twenties for a while, which would make it No. 1, but it’s flattened over the last week.”
  • I’ll refine Thursday, but weekend b.o. looking very close — hard to say order of finish between I Love You Man, Knowing and Duplicity.
  • Media analyst predicts Monsters vs Aliens $186 dom/$297 intl — http://tinyurl.com/d68v3t
  • Ugh, commercial radio. What more can I say?
  • I am right now doing a live radio interview on KABC (790 in Los Angeles). Host is John Phillips. Come listen.
  • Ousted SAG NED Doug Allen joined 100 actors at today’s rally outside CBS Television City “to defend our residuals, pensions, health care.”
  • Actors rally at Leno Tonight Show taping Thursday March 19 — 2 PM. (Jay’s guest is Obama.) “To defend our residuals, pensions, health care”
  • Ghoulish all the info coming in to me about what was done and not done re Natasha. I have no interest in celeb coverage. Bottom-feeding.
  • Raise your hand if you’re a H’wood exec willing to give back 100%, 50% or even $1 of your bonus despite abject failure. Anyone? Anyone? Ben?
  • Lionsgate snags N.A. distrib to EuropaCorp’s “From Paris With Love”. J Travolta & J Rhys Meyers, director Pierre Morel, scripter Luc Besson
  • The Documentary Channel launches IMAX Originals Programming by featuring films focused on NASA’s Space Program beginning April 12.
  • More re Comcast: Twilight fans can see 3 featurettes, including exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of “Vampire Baseball”
  • Twilight will be available to Comcast customers On Demand beginning at 12:01 am on Saturday, March 21 – the same day as the DVD
  • Regent Releasing/Here Media’s “Tokyo Sonata” opened #1 at Lincoln Plaza and #2 at IFC Center with total $29K and per screen average $14.5K.
  • That music-themed web series from Josh Schwartz (Gossip Girl, The O.C., Chuck) called “Rockville CA” premiered on TheWB.com with 4 episodes.
  • Fandango now a free Apple app for iPhone and iPod Touch. Fans can access movie/theater info and buy tickets for 16,000 U.S. screens.
  • Beginning this week, Yahoo! Entertainment starts shilling shamelessly for Disney’s upcoming Hannah Montana: The Movie.
  • Actors rally at CBS TV Studios on March 18, 11-2, “to defend our residuals, pensions, health care.” — http://www.youtube.com/rico
  • Tipster: “That South Park clip dissing the Jonas Brothers was blocked on all Disney computers!”
  • Everyone in Hollywood is so devastated about Natasha Richardson.
  • Actress Betsy Blair died. Did a few films until McCarthy’s HUAC targeted her. Husband Gene Kelly helped her get girlfriend role in Marty.
  • Tipster: “Increase in shorts — either someone is betting Lionsgate “wins” and stock goes down… or its people arbing the debt/convert.”
  • WGAW’s Gay & Lesbian Writers Committee to host “GAY TODAY IN HOLLYWOOD: A Status Report” panel discussion on Thursday, March 19
  • March 18th is the deadline to return ballots for IATSE Local 600, ICG. Counting takes place the morning of March 19th.
  • THR on AMPAS trip to Iran: “delegation unfazed by flap over Arab gov’t criticism”. FYI, calling Iranians “Arab” = calling Japanese “Chinese”
  • Tipster: “Rumor is that the Rogue of it all may not be as solid as previously thought.”
  • New headline in Variety: “Overseas audiences up for comedy… ‘Marley’ tops international box office.” The pooch dies. What a yuckfest!
  • Ben Silverman to blame for kingly bomb — http://tinyurl.com/cgcaqe
  • Wait, Michael Bay says ‘Transformers 3’ is for 2012? Didn’t Paramount bother to talk to him before they announced the 2011 release date?
  • Lionsgate vs Icahn gets nasty, nasty, nasty — http://tinyurl.com/cssqnl
  • So I just got dragged onto Twitter. Come for the cynicism. Stay for the subversion.