Hai there ADF ladiez!

Wednesday November 4, 2009 at 10:57 AM

So i'm a bit late to come here, because my health is fail at mo. So I wanted to congratulate ya'll on the new site. It's super rocking, I must say. :)

Now, while I wait for my face to return to its normal size (I had an alleric attack and now I look like patato head), PLZ GIMME SOME COOL ROBPORN!!!!!11111 :P

And yeah some good E/B pics would also be nice cause I want to regain my writing mojo.



Rob-age 6

Wednesday November 4, 2009 at 10:31 AM

He's got a huge teenage fang club these days - but here's movie heart-throb Robert Pattinson as a fresh-faced schoolboy.

The actor, 23, who has found stardom as a hunky high school vampire, is pictured on his first day at school, aged six.

And he's an image of innocence in striped tie and blazer as he arrives at posh Tower House prep school in Richmond, South West London.

Robert was mobbed in Japan yesterday as he promoted New Moon, the second film in the cult Twilight saga co-starring Kristen Stewart.


I am looking for a beta

Wednesday November 4, 2009 at 8:15 AM


Hello ladies (and gentlemen, if there are any)!

I'm currently working on two one-shots and seeing that English is not my first language, I REALLY need someone to correct my mistakes and make everything smooth and fluid and pretty! So I'm looking for a beta. Someone to hold my hand and someone to bounce ideas off kinda like House, except I'm nicer than him (sometimes! ^^). 

Ideally, I want someone nice but honest and not afraid to tell me if it's crap. The one-shots I'm working on are both rated M so there are going to be graphic sex scenes in it so I'd like someone who's not offended by that kind of things. It'll also deal with drugs, alcohol and abortion and all those sensitive subjects so... yeah, someone with an open mind! ^^

Thank you all so much in advance!

PS: Thank you to all the rangers ladies and  to John for the wonderful new website!!!!!!!! Love you all!


Harper's Bazaar Cover and Article

Wednesday November 4, 2009 at 6:36 AM

 Let's just hope their writing is better than their photography. 

With Twilight, the young actors found themselves thrust into the spotlight. Now, while their characters are torn apart in New Moon, they couldn't be closer. For more, see pictures from their cover shoot and video with a sneak peek at New Moon. Plus, 11 things you didn't know about Rob & Kristen.

Rob Pattinson's and Kristen Stewart's rooms sit side by side on the thirtysomethingth floor of the Sheraton hotel in Vancouver ("the Couve," as Kristen calls it), where they are filming Eclipse, the third installment of the Twilight saga. They spend a lot of time in their rooms in the sky -- two Rapunzels of sorts entertaining themselves behind closed doors -- because it's really, really hard to go out. "There are like 15 different exits in this place," observes Kristen of the tactics she and the rest of the Twilight cast use to avoid the paparazzi. She adds, "Rob is more frustrated with it, but he's 23 and I'm 19. He had a couple more years to be an adult and to be independent, whereas just as I was getting to the age when it's normal to go out by yourself ..." She pauses. "But it's boring because this is all I fucking talk about."
Rob talks about it too. "Do you mind if we sit outside?" he asks as he stands in his hotel room, looking longingly out the window. "I need some air." It's a cold, gray day, but who is to deny him some freedom? (And chivalry is not dead, girls. A young man will still lend you his jacket. Maybe because he is British.) Rob doesn't just face paparazzi, he gets clawing, shrieking girls too. New Yorkers may remember he was clipped by a cab while fleeing from the ladies on the set of Remember Me this past summer. "But at least that's an experience, something new," he says. "If it's just screaming -- and I know this sounds so ridiculous -- that gets old. But sometimes when there's literal chaos, it's like being in a war zone, and that's kind of exciting. You're just running through the crowd of people chasing after you and no one knows what's going on." Rob has laid low for a few days -- a disturbance in the Force so great that Perez Hilton (home of some of Rob's 15,200,000 Google hits) felt compelled to post, "Where is R-Patz?!" "If I'm not out, I've had a heroin overdose," Rob observes. "It's one thing or another."

At the moment, there is only one thing anyone cares about regarding these two, who, as Twilight's Bella and Edward, manifest all of our vampiric romance fetishes: Are they dating or what? Well ... it's clear that Rob and Kristen are close -- very close. Okay, who is the most romantic then? "I have a no-bullshit detector," says Kristen, "so I'd have to say Rob is. I think romance is anything honest. As long as it's honest, it's so disarming." Rob chuckles when asked the same question. "Um, I don't know. What did Kristen say?" You. "No. I'm better at faking." This is followed by a very long laugh.

The two first met at the 2007 auditions for Twilight, what they both assumed was going to be a cult vampire movie -- not a $380-million-grossing global phenomenon complete with their own Barbies. They were thrown into a bedroom scene -- well, a scene in a bedroom, anyway. "It wasn't like we had to lie down together," Kristen says, "but we were very reactive. We had a very responsive, palpable thing." Robert notoriously took half a Valium beforehand. "I was calm and collected, and then we do this thing where we're pretty much making out. I've since tried to do it at another audition, but it completely just collapsed." He adds, "Kristen was very different from how I expected the girl who played Bella would be. I was kind of intimidated."

Even though she was born and bred in chillaxed Los Angeles, Kristen is an intense young lady -- and the shock of unruly black hair she currently has (a legacy from her role as Joan Jett in the upcoming The Runaways) does nothing to dispel that perception. Some Twilight fans were upset about their Bella turning into a noir-haired badass, but rest assured she'll be wearing a wig in Eclipse. "I think it's ridiculous that you need to look a certain way to be conventionally pretty," she declares, then smiles, "but now that my hair's grown out and shaggy, it sort of looks a little funny. I'll admit that." Kristen swears like a sailor and feels everything 200 percent. "She's a unique girl," says Rob simply. "You really don't meet many people like Kristen."

Today, in the hotel's Constellation Suite, Kristen is sitting on the concrete terrace in her uniform of jeans, a white tank under another tie-dyed one, and a hoodie. "I'm like, fuck, I'm not wearing a neon-colored tube top or something pink," she says, putting her at odds with many in her red-carpet, The Hills-ian peer group. Ask her who made her top and she has no idea. A look at the tag, though, reveals something called Born Famous Couture. She looks mortified, then cackles. "I did not buy this, I promise."

Of the two, it seems Kristen wears the pants. (While she will admit to one girlish thing, a love of Chanel, her dream outfit is a custom Brooks Brothers suit.) When she ventures into a dress, it might just be covered in metal, like the Rock & Republic mini she wore to the Teen Choice Awards earlier this year. "Everyone was like, 'Look at your spiky skirt!'" she says with a grin, "and I was like, 'Spiky skirt? They were bullets, mofo!'" She gets some stick in the media for not suffering fools. "People think I'm trying to be rebellious, but that's the last thing I'm doing," she says. "But I would hate myself if I tried to satisfy the people who have a problem with the way I speak about myself, so it's okay."

"Kristen doesn't take any slack," Rob says. "She sticks to her guns -- and that's difficult to do." He also thinks she's a better actor than he is. "I don't really know how to act. I'm kind of guessing everything. ... Even though I can conceptualize stuff, she can actually do it. I can make something so complex and then be like, That was pout 27." He reckons she's a better judge of character too. "She'll decide on someone a lot quicker. She has a lot more self-esteem than I do, so she's like, 'You're an idiot and I don't want to talk to you,' and I'm like, 'I'm an idiot too!' So I'll talk to an idiot for like three days before deciding."

That handicap aside, Rob is gloriously handsome. The planes of his face work beautifully in 3-D, 2-D, probably 1-D too. But in person, he doesn't have a whole lot of game. He is self-deprecating to a fault. (During the interview, he refers to himself as an idiot a half dozen times.) He also maintains, in all seriousness, that he's never broken up with a girl; they've always broken up with him. "Eventually, the girl is like, 'I know it's got nothing to do with me. You're an?...?idiot.'"

In the corner of Rob's hotel room sits a stack of boxes. "Most of it is my dirty washing from New York," he says shamefacedly. "I didn't do any washing the whole time I was there. I just put it in boxes and shipped them up here." When his clean laundry runs out, he steals socks and underwear from sets. I find a suspicious lump in his jacket pocket, which turns out to be a pair of black socks. "Oh, God!" he says, bursting out in laughter. "See? I'm a klepto."

Famousness, it seems, hit Rob before he could coordinate his infrastructure. The most functional parts of his hotel room's decor are a couple of guitars and a box of Ray-Bans. "Do you want a pair?" he asks, thrusting them into my hand. "I've got 16." At least he's prepared to withstand the glare of the spotlight. He chuckles and says, "My dad says he likes to bask in my glow."

Rob might want to stash some of those sunglasses, because the excitement about next summer's release of Eclipse, in which Bella and Edward get engaged, might, yes, eclipse New Moon. The tabloids are excitedly reporting that Rob and Kristen are "Engaged!" based solely on them calling each other "husband" and "wife" on set. So it seems only appropriate to hit them with a newlywed game of sorts. ...

Who spends more time on their hair?

Kristen: "Rob."

Rob: "I have weird personal-space issues, and so I can't stand people -- um, I'll do anything to not have any touch-ups."


Kristen: "Rob. In a very childish way, in every aspect of his life. He'll literally start talking in a different voice if he's won something. He sounds like a five-year-old."

Rob: "I'd say it was even. She said me? Really? When I really win things, it's just like..." [Kristen is correct: He makes a noise like a five-year-old.]


Kristen: "I'm definitely claiming that one. Rob can barely jump rope. I call him Flippy because when he does his stunt rehearsals, he flips around [makes a gesture like a penguin]. And, God, when he tries to run ..."

Rob: "Kristen. You notice it in the film; she looks so much more athletic than I do. And I'm supposed to be the superhero."


Kristen: "I'd have to say him. I hope he says him too actually. Like every time he looks in the mirror and he twists his hair. Actually, he could give a fuck about his hair. I hope that sarcasm translates."

Rob: "It's kind of a tie. We're both pretty proud people. Her ego is more solid than mine, but mine has soared to such peaks, it's ridiculous. Mine's more erratic, but it can get to a point when it's, like, godlike. Only in my eyes, of course. Sometimes just when I say hello the right way, I'm like, Whoa, I'm so cool."

Who Googles themselves more?

Kristen: "Rob."

Rob: "She would say me, but I reckon it's her. If either one of us catches the other one doing it, we're like, Jesus Christ, is that what you're looking at? And the other one's on their phone pretending to text. I look up my competition more than she does. I'm incredibly shallow. I think she just looks at herself."

Who's the better musician?

Kristen: "Rob. He's a great singer. Heartbreaking."

The most outgoing?

Rob: "I was once, but not so much anymore. Kristen's a little more open now."

Better sport?

Kristen: "Who can hang? Definitely me. He's very sensitive. He's got a fragile ego."


Kristen: "Rob. He's a little bit more paranoid, so that feeds into superstition more."

Rob: "I am. I believe a lot in karma and stuff. Like when I end up with egg on my face, I'm like, Fate! I was born doomed. But I think it's more being an idiot than superstitious."

But perhaps it pays to be a little paranoid. Whatever it takes for Rob and Kristen to live their hothouse lives as normally as they can -- until the November 20 opening of New Moon, anyway. In the interim, CNN will report whenever Rob gets a haircut (it already has), and girls will get mad at Kristen for not wearing pink tube tops and taking their dream man away. They both fantasize about what they would do if nobody could see them. "I'd like to say something noble," Rob says, fiddling with his hair, "but I'd probably spy on people to hear what they think of me -- and then hate them for it afterward." Kristen is, as ever, a little blunter: "I'd go for a walk."





More Vanity Fair (2008) Outtakes

Wednesday November 4, 2009 at 6:31 AM

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Wednesday November 4, 2009 at 6:22 AM



4 November, 2009 | By Geoffrey Macnab

In an intriguing star pairing, Twilight sensation Robert Pattinson is teaming with Nicole Kidman to star in Bel Ami, the film of Guy De Maupassant’s erotically charged story of ambition, power and seduction. Multi-award winning UK theatre directors Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod are directing from a screenplay by Rachel Bennette.

London-based Protagonist has taken on international sales to the film.

Uberto Pasolini (The Full Monty) will produce, with Simon Fuller of 19 Entertainment acting as executive producer.The film will shoot in London and Budapest from February 2010.

Donnellan and Ormerod, whose Cheek By Jowl is widely regarded as one of the most influential theatre companies in the world, will make their feature debut with this story about a young man’s rise to the top of Parisian high society in the 1890s, via the beds of the city’s most glamorous and influential women.

In a world where politics and media jostle for influence, where sex is power and celebrity an obsession, the film has, say the producers, a contemporary relevance which should resonate with audiences worldwide.

Bel Ami is a Redwave Films production in association with 19 Entertainment, Protagonist Pictures and RaiCinema. RAI has Italian rights. All other territories will be sold by Protagonist, which has already commenced pre-sales on the film.




mentalward contest

Wednesday November 4, 2009 at 4:35 AM

“Mentalward” Contest

Exploiting the minds of those that are sick, twisted, and demented…

Everyone has seen “Darkward” contests. We know them, we love them, but sometimes you want a little more. So we have decided to create a contest that focuses on what happens when Edward (or other characters) is a little insane. We are looking for characters that are mentally unstable, obsessive, stalkers, or any other term that would define them as insane or crazy.

I'm really glad hosting this with my twisted pack, YellowGlue, rparkerp (author of Devil's Toy) and DurtyNelly (author of Buried among the Begonias).

*hopes nobody is running and screaming*

I really wanna see what people come up with. This should be VERY interesting.

Please cum and join!



Tuesday November 3, 2009 at 10:51 PM

Hey kids! Chapter 24 of Emibella's fantastic story is in STORYTELLING.

If you like angst and worry and manipulation and heartache and hopefulness... this is for you.

Plus, it's brillaintly written.

After you read it, hie thee to Emibella's Cabin for hot tea, cookies, and hearty discussions.



Tuesday November 3, 2009 at 10:34 PM
























Robert's VF cover story is right here!

Tuesday November 3, 2009 at 10:14 PM


I'm Sad Panda! :(

Tuesday November 3, 2009 at 9:35 PM

So UGA lost on Saturday to FL.

GA FL Logo

The Giants were MAJOR fail against the Eagles on Sunday.

Giants Eagles

The Yankees let Philly win on Monday.

World series logo

Today Harper's Bazaar gave us the weird prom shoot.

Rob and Kristen Rob and Kristen Rob and Kristen Rob and Kristen

Glee doesn't come back for another week (sigh, no pretty Puck).

Puck Puck Puck

On top of all of this, I am so sick I want to just cut off my head. I slept all day and now will probably be up all night. So if anyone is out there....

I need major cheering up.

Please send funny recs (Bella/Edward only plz) or pics of pretty boys!

Begging cat Puss in boots



Tuesday November 3, 2009 at 8:51 PM

So, do you Twitter?  

Are you following ADF on Twitter?  

If you aren't...YOU SHOULD!!!!  

Come over to dark side...we have cookies!  Follow what your favorite Twi-verse website at...

Twitter is a great way to keep up with what is going on around the forest and what's going on with some of your favorite woodland creatures!!!  :)  

If you would like for those around the forest to follow you, please leave us your twitter info in the comments!!


gotta love some non-canon.

Tuesday November 3, 2009 at 8:43 PM

If there is something I really, truly regret is that for the longest time, I wasn't smart enought to save some of my favourite stories. Frenemies, Behind Enemy Lines, The Boy by the Window-- you name it.

I didn't save a lot of 'campfires' from the past website either, only faving them on Safari, and now I've lost TONS of recs.

Brilliant move, cullenism. I know. Now I'm here, sitting in front of my laptop weeping at my lack of cleverness.

Anyway, I'm not making the same mistake no more, so I'm asking you (very nicely) to once again, share your favourite Jasper/Bella & Carlisle/Bella stories with me. You know you love it. And I'll love you if you do it. I'm in serious need of them. heh.


anyone out there?

Tuesday November 3, 2009 at 8:02 PM


is there anyone still out there that is reading for the New Moon reading group?

if so...can we discuss!? let's get back on track here, ladies.

talk about everything up to and including chapter seven. and then we will be caught up.

so, discuss. now. <3


The Volturi

Tuesday November 3, 2009 at 6:55 PM

 So, New Moon has taken over today, first with the Satellite Heart video premiere and now with a NEW feature on the The Volturi.




D/S stories

Tuesday November 3, 2009 at 6:55 PM


No sparkles as I have no love for it anymore but am still reading it (not sure why) so I want to discuss it or just tell me what some of your favorite D/S stories are.


Melissa Rosenberg Interview

Tuesday November 3, 2009 at 6:47 PM

There is a common link between the sparkly universe of Twilight and the sociopath exploits of Showtime’s Dexter, and her name is Melissa Rosenberg. The screenwriter and Emmy-nominated television producer has been juggling the two franchises since 2007, which is when she scripted the first Twilight film from Stephenie Meyer’s novel. Following the film’s enormous success, Rosenberg became Summit’s go-to writer for the series, and she’s since written two sequels including this month's New Moon and next summer's Eclipse.


FEARnet spoke exclusively with Rosenberg from her home in Los Angeles, where she had recently returned from a whirlwind trip to Rome to unveil new footage for Italian Twilighters. Among other topics, Rosenberg discussed her favorite new scenes and explained how that proposal scene will be split between New Moon and Eclipse -- and that, if she were to write Breaking Dawn, the subject matter wouldn’t be a problem.

FEARnet: Summit seems to reward the Italian fans with juicy world-exclusive clips that the rest of us salivate over! 

Melissa Rosenberg: They get a lot of clips - they saw a lot of the show! It was good; they were so receptive and wonderful.

Have you seen the final cut of New Moon yet? 

I saw an early cut of it, yeah. Some of the special effects weren’t there, stuff like that. But I have to tell you, it’s funny because for writers, and for me – I often will dread a director’s cut. As a writer, you have already seen the movie in your head. And the movie in your head costs a gazillion dollars; you can’t actually make the movie in your head, but you’ve seen it. And so, a director’s cut is almost always a disappointment because it’s not what you’ve seen in your head. It can be a major adjustment, it’s not what's in my head but this one’s different, but as good.

When I saw Chris’s cut, about ten minutes into the movie I started smiling. I thought to myself, I get to put my name on this. It was just so thrilling. It’s really good. I have to tell you, in all sincerity, it’s really good.

I saw you last on a set visit to New Moon’s Vancouver stages, and you had just arrived to watch the dailies. You seemed really pleased with what you were seeing from the Volturi scenes in particular.

Yes, and that was on a sound stage. The big screen version really lives up to it. It just looks lush and beautiful; it looks like a big movie. And the budget didn’t increase that significantly. Harry Potterbudgets are what, $150-200 million? This is half of that, at least.

You’ve added a few scenes to New Moon that weren’t in the book, like the one where Jacob gives Bella a gift of a dream catcher. Can you tell us about that?

Actually, I got the idea from a writer friend of mine. I was searching around for that moment... You had to establish the relationship between Bella and Jacob; he can give her gifts and Edward can’t. The sort of easy friendship with the two of them, and yet also, show that Jacob actually has feelings for her. He sort of casually presents the dream catcher, but really he’s shopped around for it for quite a while. I wanted it to be something that was special to him and his culture, and it was so thematic to Bella; the movie is laden with her dreams. Her dream life is a very rich part of the film. So thematically, it really blended well. I thank my friend for coming up with that.

What’s one of your favorite new scenes or extended scenes that you’ve written into New Moon

One of my favorites is actually the end, when they go to Volterra and confront a couple of Volturi. In the book, the conflict in that scene is verbal; there is an attack on Edward by Jane, and it works in the book, it’s beautiful in the book. It’s never acted out; it never explodes. For the movie, because it’s a visual medium, I felt like I wanted to externalize that conflict more, turn it into more of a battle. So it’s the same scenario, it’s just enacted and externalized. We get to see an actual fight.

We see that fight between Edward (Robert Pattinson) and Felix (Daniel Cudmore) in one of the latest trailers, and with its slow-motion elements it looks great.

I’m telling you: Chris and his stunt guys and the DP are just fantastic. Daniel Cudmore, who plays Felix, did a tremendous job. I love Daniel Cudmore! Not only is he terrific in this role, he’s also just the greatest guy. Funny and charming.

In your script for Twilight, you wrote in a number of direct quotes from Stephenie Meyer’s book. Can we expect the same in New Moon and Eclipse?

There are definitely some quotes sprinkled throughout. In some cases I’m paraphrasing, but I do try to include as many as I can. It’s very important. It brings the flavor of the book into the movie, so I definitely try to.

Fans want to know: Did the proposal scene make it into New Moon

The proposal comes into the end of New Moon, and that is the first proposal. Absolutely in Eclipse, the proposal when they’re on the bed, yes -- to me, that was a quintessential scene from the book. When Edward gets on his knees, with his mother’s ring, and she says yes -- that was one of the most romantic scenes that Stephenie wrote in all four books. 

There are so many specific scenes and events in the Twilight books, it doesn’t seem like you could take them out and still remain true to the story.

Yes. There are several that are so essential to the storytelling that you absolutely must put them in.

Wyck Godfrey specifically said that if Breaking Dawn was made, it would absolutely be a PG-13 film, so it seems that staying true to that story’s specific events while making it suitable for younger audiences would be challenging.

Well yes, you have to know your audience. And... there’s no reason for it not to be. It could be PG-13.

Is there a sense that on the one hand, you have to temper the increasingly mature content in the Twilight scripts for a younger audience, but with Dexter you’re free to go as far as you want to? 

Well what’s really true is that there isn’t a lot of tempering going on with Twilight. I don’t write the movies for a young audience. I write them for an audience of all ages. I write them for myself as an audience member; I’m the first audience the script gets, and it’s not going to be entertaining for me if it’s geared toward a young audience. You’re writing character and you’re writing emotion, and that is ageless. The major difference between the two is language and some graphic violence. If you took away the foul language of Dexter and you took away the actual... well, you see some bloody stuff inTwilight, too. No one is tempering anything.

As long as the characters’ arcs and the emotional story is genuine... I have to say, I don’t feel held back or restrained. It’s just not necessary to see gore; gore is much scarier if you don’t see it.

Obviously by the fourth book in The Twilight Saga, there will be subjects and events that do seem unsuitable for the younger side of the Twilight audience. How would you tackle that challenge?

If I were to be writing that, I think there are many things that probably are inappropriate, and there are probably other things that can be implied. I don’t think that it will be a problem.

You've been writing the Twilight films while also writing and producing Dexter. How tough has that been on your schedule? 

Dexter is on hiatus now, but yes – the entire Twilight series has been juggled with Dexter. So the last three years have been busy, but I’m not complaining. I feel blessed. I am a little tired. [Laughs] October, actually, has been a break for me. I’ve managed to kind of futz around and do nothing.

Do you have any projects on the horizon that don’t involve Twilight?

At the moment, they are on hold. I am contemplating a lot of things, but I haven’t latched on to something yet. I want to choose carefully.

When you started writing, did you ever imagine that you’d be writing about serial killers and vampires and werewolves by now?

Really, you never know what you’re going to have to write about. Vampires, I had always hoped to write about. I’m a huge fan of the Buffy series; I tried to get Joss Whedon to hire me early on, on that or Angel, but that didn’t happen. So I was a fan of the genre. I hadn’t seriously thought about it, but once it was presented, it was like, absolutely. But I certainly never anticipated this kind of good fortune.


Personally...I hate this woman. I don't understand how the same person that wrote the "Better hold on tight, spider monkey" line can possibly write something as awesome as Dexter. Boggles my mind. Thoughts?

btw...i still think it's hilarious that Chris AND David rewrote her scripts. 


Jasper used to work on the docks...

Tuesday November 3, 2009 at 5:53 PM

LaViePastiche, and ElleCC collaborated on a one-shot for that Anon 80's contest....


It's Jasper/Bella.






ADF's First Official Contest

Tuesday November 3, 2009 at 5:26 PM

you'd better all be entering ADF's first official contest:


winner to receive a goodie bag chock full o' twi-verse swag, including the new moon calendar.  we'll also be posting your playlist as a part of ADF!

rules to be found here:

okay, let's talk about how we'd never let some guy dump our asses in the foliage or whatever, idk.  or any questions about the contest can be asked here.



The Hat Does Nothing

Campers Carvings!

Tuesday November 3, 2009 at 5:07 PM

I Wanna See Your Personal Photoshops - If You Photoshop.
If You Have Bad Photoshopping Skills - Or Just Dont Photoshop.
Then Post Your Favourite Photoshop (Remember; Credit The Creator)
Here's Mine;

So Let's See Yours!

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