Twitter index: Baz Luhrmann's 'The Great Gatsby' trailer, Robert Moog Google Doodle

The first trailer for Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby has hit the web.

The film stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan and Joel Edgerton and is based on the book of the same name. Tweeps are posting micro reviews of the preview and telling their followers they can’t wait to watch the film.

“The Great Gatsby trailer is everything I hoped it would be. I'm basically twirling around in my bedroom right now,” “Just watched trailer for The Great Gatsby & can't wait to see it. Now makes me wish I would've read it in high school like I was supposed to” and “Can't wait to force my bf to take me to see the Great Gatsby, starring my other bf Leo DiCaprio” say microbloggers.

“Wow, Google outdid themselves with a fully playable Moog doodle synthesizer for Robert Moog's 78th birthday,” say Twitterers who have been recording melodies with the interactive synth on Google’s home page.

Others are paying tribute to Bob Moog, tweeting that he was “one of the most important people in modern music.”

Tweeps are listing “songs that get you laid,” confessing to the lies they’ve told and arguing over which is better: green tea or lemon tea.

Fans of the teen pop sensations One Direction and Greyson Chance are telling the world they love their idols with tweets that read “Greyson Is Our Everything” and “Directioners Love Zerrie” (a nickname fans have developed for 1D band member Zayne Malik and his girlfriend Perrie Edwards).

The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on May 23 at 6:30 AM GMT are:

  1. #SongsThatGetYouLaid
  2. #KhleoLateNightRealConvo
  3. #LiesIveTold
  4. Directioners Love Zerrie
  5. Happy Boring Day
  6. Reebok India
  7. Green Tea or Lemon Tea
  8. Greyson Is Our Everything
  9. Robert Moog
  10. The Great Gatsby
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