Nicholas Hoult Joined Twitter

Nowadays, if you are under 30, having a twitter account is like having a weird birth mark, everybody has one. So it becomes a surprise when you read the news that someone new joins the community.

Nicholas Hoult First Tweet “So, Twitter, here I am. Spread the word!”

Today the British Actor, Nicholas Hoult joined to the microblogging social network. It was through the Twitter Account of the Entertainment Blog, Just Jared that we could reach to Warm Bodies Actor Account. It has passed three hours since his first tweet and the actor has already 5872 followers.

With a picture of himself holding a paper with the message written  “It’s me. Let’s Begin” and the text “So, Twitter, here I am. Spread the word“, @NicholasHoult sent his first tweet.

The actor is following the Warner Bros Pictures and the movie “Warm Brodies” Twitter Account. It is well known that in TV and in many film productions, studios compromise actor to create social media accounts so they can promote their latest projects. Hoult will be following all the clues. Warm Bodies will soon premiere in the United States and his two first following are the Warner Studios and his upcoming film.

If it was my own twitter account, I’d follow my best friends, siblings, news accounts, not the company I am working. I have always wondered how press found out about these news, if is not a studio behind the actor promoting his twitter account.


Alfredo Viteri is a 24 years old IIG. He thinks he’s an Editor, a Web Designer, an Author, a Comedian, an Actor, an Executive Producer, a Critic, a Host. Now he is writing about showbiz, Hollywood, music and beyond. Don’t know why I’m writing in third person if I’m the one writing it.

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