Twilight in Munchen

Saturday November 14, 2009 at 11:49 AM

i love Rob in anything he wears



Saturday November 14, 2009 at 11:06 AM



Some pics from Robert's "secret" photo shoot

Saturday November 14, 2009 at 10:37 AM



Here I cooommee!

Saturday November 14, 2009 at 10:11 AM

Hello all,

OKAY soooo I am going to be in San Francisco :-) on Monday- Im leaving tomorrow night and getting there on Monday!

I'm so excited- my first time in California! I live in South Africa so I'm literally a days flight away! AND  im staying with my dad- the thing is i know NO ONE in the states.

So I'll be at the midnight showing in SF (no idea where!!) on the 20th :-) and was wondering if any of you ladies are in that neck of the woods please let me know especially if you are going to that showing as well.

I'm totally friendless in that side of the world and will be totally alone most of the times just wandering around the streets of the city (i presume!) I'd LOVE company! So ladies of the forest. It'd be lovely to meet some of you. 

Let me know guys I am quite desperate :-)

Or anyone got any tips for what to do and see in SF? 

thanks guys 

(I promise im not a creepy stalker!!!! and im 21 so hell yeeeea i can party!!!)


Character deaths, mayhem, angst.....why?

Saturday November 14, 2009 at 9:42 AM

Hello ADF'ers...I've been out of the loop for 2 days and I've missed a bucket load of stuff...I have a lot of catching up to do.





*Spoiler below regarding the end of Remember Me*

















There's been discussion recently about things such as character death (post about it in FF and Rob's character in RM)

A lot of you aren't going to be watching the film because of this and avoid fics because of this.

I don't, I love films and books with a lot of pathos and pain, plus sweet moments, there have to be some, and it got me thinking exactly why this is for me and why it's not for others. For me it's because I keep my feelings pretty much under wraps, even for myself a lot of the time, in everyday life. I've just found that life is a lot easier to deal with if I try to feel as little as possible, I guess it's less emotionally dangerous (God, I sound like such a WUSS) but with books and films it's safer...I can get all wrapped up and emotional, and it may affect me for a few days if the film/book was particularly heartbreaking, but I feel okay with that.

What about you? Why do you think you enjoy/don't enjoy films and books that are intensely emotional in some way?



Anna Kendrick Talks Stardom & Robert Pattinson

Saturday November 14, 2009 at 9:05 AM




 Anna talks with Blackbook about stardom and Robert Pattinson. 

Do you think your supporting role in Twilight can result in backlash from fans of more serious fare?
I understand a certain amount of backlash to something that’s really popular. I think particularly this being popular with young women, it takes a certain amount of flack. I mean, I can tell you a lot of the actors in Twilight are incredibly talented. It might be something that’s driven toward young females, but it has no bearing on anybody’s acting chops.

003There’s a picture online of Robert Pattinson kissing you. Do people tease you about that?
I have seen fans comment on places that post them, but no one in person has ever said anything but nice things to me about being in Twilight. The fans, when you are removed from them and they’re on the internet, can seem a little scary and overwhelming. Even at the premiere, which was loud and massive and crazy, once you got up to the fans to start signing stuff, they were really warm and respectful.

Is that part of your job a source of anxiety?
Premieres are always interesting. Every time I sort of convince myself that it’s going to be fun, I get a little nervous right beforehand even though it’s coming from a good place. Having that much energy thrown at you is really intense and just a little jarring.

Can you even begin to fathom what Rob is going through?
Yeah, I went Comic-Con and I have never seen anything like it. For whatever reason Rob and Twilight kind of flipped the switch in people’s heads, and all they can do is scream. It is really intense but I kind of wanted to see what it was like for myself. I kind of needed to know first-hand because I’d seen these videos from the first Comic-Con they did. I just figured it was a once in a lifetime kind of thing, so I had to see for myself. And it was every bit as intense and terrifying as I thought it was going to be.

kissing?  If that’s a kiss from Rob, then YES please!!  I want one or two or three from Rob!  LOL!



Saturday November 14, 2009 at 9:04 AM





Stephenie Meyer’s Oprah Winfrey Show Interview

Saturday November 14, 2009 at 8:38 AM

La Strana Musica

Missing Someone Kellan?

Saturday November 14, 2009 at 5:37 AM


Kellan misses Ashley in Boston

Actor Kellan Lutz promotes 'The Twilight Saga: New Moon' at the Natick Collection on November 12, 2009 in Boston, Massachusetts.

Kellan Lutz doesn't know what to do without his go-to wingwoman Ashley Greene!

The New Moon hunk rarely makes an appearance without his on-screen sis, so he made do with what he had when he was spotted solo at his promotional stop in Boston last night. Kellan smiled as he held up a cardboard face of Miss Greene while he met with lucky fans.


I love Ashley Greene who plays our lovely and hyperactive pixie of a Vampire Alice Cullen as much as the next person, but am I the only one who thinks Kellan has went a little far trying to make up for Ashley not being there by sporting a cardboard cut out with her pretty little head on?

I would have never in a million years guessed that I would see a picture like this, and nearly bust a gut laughing when I first saw it.

Lettuce discuss ;)

PS. What the heck is with Kellan's hair?


Werewolf offers Warmth to fans

Saturday November 14, 2009 at 12:28 AM

Alex Meraz who plays PAUL in New Moon posted this message on twitter earlier this evening:


and indeed:

unless you're in LA (like me) you don't know that it's FREEZING LIKE A MOTHER here tonight, so it was really super sweet of him to visit those nutjobs poor kids out in the cold!


VIP Pastiche Pen UPDATE

Friday November 13, 2009 at 11:56 PM


choo choo CRASH!

Friday November 13, 2009 at 11:22 PM

This week Jess and Joe have a VERY SPECIAL GUEST so check it!

you click this button  to watch

and then you click this button  to gush

run along now.



For the Laughs...

Friday November 13, 2009 at 10:50 PM

I really want to know what these actors think when they see this kinda crap...









First Rob and Taylor...









Friday November 13, 2009 at 10:26 PM

Ok so I found this great review of the biographical comic book about Stephenie Meyers and just had to share. The reviewer hates it, and I can't blame him. What do you guys think? Would you spend money on this 28 page comic book? Are you cracking up from the spelling errors and quality, or lack thereof, of the the drawings? I know it's long, so you can just look at the lulzy pictures if you want :) 

The Stephenie Meyer Comic Book: So Much Worse Than 'Twilight'

Yesterday may have seen the release of Grant Morrison's "Batman and Robin" and Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon's "Punisher," but the new comic release we've been looking forward to the most was the "Female Force" biography of "Twilight" creator Stephenie Meyer!

We've been excited about this one since we saw the trailer for the motion comic last week, and now that it's out, we've forced -- er, asked ComicsAlliance contributor Chris Sims to give us his review of the shameless cash-grab series and its latest attempt to stay only one step behind the cultural zeitgeist!

When you're doing a biography of Stephenie Meyer, you're going to run into a problem right off the bat, namely the fact that Stephanie Meyer is really f--king boring.

Really, we're not even trying to dis Meyer here, but the fact of the matter is that she just hasn't done a whole lot. She never sailed down the Mississippi like Mark Twain, she never married a complete lunatic like F. Scott Fitzgerald did, heck, she never even did a ton of coke and got run over by a van like Stephen King. We can sum up her entire life in twenty words. Watch:

"Stephenie Meyer grew up in the Southwest, got married, had kids, wrote some books about vampires and got rich. Batman."

We threw "Batman" in there to make it more exciting.

That is the sum total of information provided by this comic, and yet Bluewater and writer Ryan Burton have given us an issue that is twenty-eight pages long. So how do they pad out the rest of it?


They put Dracula in it.

Now, we at ComicsAlliance are pretty big fans of the Everything Is Better With Dracula school of thought, but this just seems weird. To be fair, he's not actually called Dracula, and while the monocle and widow's peak combination is more reminiscent of Count von Count, as he's later shown with framed pictures of Max Schreck as Count Orlock and Vlad the Impaler, it's pretty clear what the implication is, and it doesn't make a lot of sense.

Of course, this is the only one of the "Female Force" comics that we've read, so who knows? Maybe this is a recurring theme. Maybe the one about Princess Diana was hosted by the Wolf-Man. "She was very active in campaigning against land mines! ARROOOOOO!!"

Two other things are notable about Fake Dracula: One, he has superpowers -- he can light a candle just by touching it -- which makes him the most exciting person in this comic by default, and two, he has a big ol' book about Stephenie Meyer:

We're not Melvil Dewey or anything, but we're pretty sure that qualifies as a tome. And god knows how they managed to fill it up.

Anyway, after an introductory shot of a wolf going "auow," a noise which nothing has ever made ever but which we think is supposed to be a howl, it's time to get down to the business of an extremely poorly drawn comic.

The art in this book is atrocious. It's a shame, because as you can tell from the panels above, artist Dave MacNeil is capable of if not great, at least decent work, and we assume one of two things happened that led to his sub-DeviantArt quality stuff here: Either this became a rush job to get it on shelves before "New Moon" hit theaters, or he hit pages with descriptions like:

Page Five

Draw two literal topographic maps of Arizona. Make sure to put an inset panel of someone writing Stephenie Meyer's name so that we can talk about how it's spelled weird.

...and just stopped giving a damn.

Seriously, what the hell is this?

Apparently Meyer went to school at Pablo Picasso High, home of the Fightin' Cubists!

And that's not an isolated incident, either. The entire book is slipshod and seems barely edited, like a scene of Meyer's romance with her future husband, whose name is misspelled at least once as "Chirstian," where they're shown hanging out... their local dinner.

But the awfulness doesn't all come from MacNeil, as Burton manages to write sentences so ham-handed that they come in a package from Hillshire Farms:

"It seemed as though every other girl was... different. Or, perhaps, she was the one who was different."

"The perfect setting -- the perfect backdrop -- for us vampires. Not too much sun, just enough shadow...
surrounded by forest, rainy... and out of way... Paradise. Vampire territory."

And our personal favorite:

"From there, it only took nine months from 'hello' to 'I do'. Stephenie was 21 when she married Chirstian [sic]... also known as 'Pancho.'"

Thanks to the Midnight Movie Dracula voice that Burton has foisted on his narration, that last one comes off not as compelling narrative, but more like Robert Stack giving a woman's last known whereabouts on an episode of "Unsolved Mysteries," right before he advises you to call in with any information you might have about a man named Pancho.

It's when art and writing come together, though, that this thing achieves the absolute peak of its awfulness. As we said, Meyer's life itself doesn't have much going on, so in order to spice things up, Burton and MacNeil engage in absolutely shameless techniques at padding things out. In the absence of anything magical -- what with this being a biography about a writer of fiction -- they turn to a tenuous link to palmistry, actually drawing the state of Utah on her hand... a five-panel sequence that takes up an entire page.

Shortly after that, there's a break where Fake Dracula eats a spider. Why Fake Dracula is eating a spider, we have no idea, but that's three pages that Burton didn't have to worry about trying to fill with the actual biography that people are ostensibly paying for, and he manages to rack up another four recapping the dream Meyer had that was the basis for "Twilight."

Which means that this is a dream that has already had both a book and a movie made about it, both of which have been experienced by the comic's target audience already. Although to be fair, we're assuming that the comic is unique in adding Meyer herself creepily leering at teenagers while they make out in the woods:

Eventually things start to wind down, and after a hilarious montage representing the booming popularity of "Twilight" that includes these two monstrosities...

...we finally find out why Fake Dracula's been narrating the story. In what is the most mind-shattering cliche that he could've possibly pulled out, Burton reveals that "Twilight" is just part of the sinister vampire master plan to make people love vampires! For the monsters... are reeeeeeeaaaaaallllll!!!!!

Sure, Stephenie. Write more. Knock yourself out.

But you, Burton? I think we've had enough of you.


Damn you Oprah

Friday November 13, 2009 at 10:05 PM

So, everyone watched Oprah to get the answer to one question.  Will there be a new novel in the Twilight Series?

cue eye roll commercial

I have the remainder of the interview but the peeps over at HARPO provide no way for me to post it so....

heres the link



I am handicapped. I'm psychotic

Friday November 13, 2009 at 9:54 PM

So, today my best friend and I went to see

   Terrible decision.


Possibly the 2nd worst movie I've ever seen.

Just after


My question is:

What's the WORST movie ya'll have seen lately and why (if you would like)?

oh, and for your trouble:


Jimmy Kimmel Preview

Friday November 13, 2009 at 9:46 PM




Friday November 13, 2009 at 8:13 PM

So I'm procrastinating writing my summaries for my debate tournament tomorrow. To aid in this effort, I'm looking for a good FF with Edward as a military man. Too bad "Black and White" is gone. ):

I don't want an old war fic, but one set in modern times. Any suggestions?

Oh, and...


Remember Me spoilers

Friday November 13, 2009 at 7:42 PM

Some people screened it in Los Angeles and had this to say about it:


Spoilers smallened in case you don't want to be spoiled.







-The very begining scene which consisted of a young Ally and her mother was intense and emotional.
-After that, things were pretty slowly until Tyler and Aidan were introduced.
-The beach scene lasted a few seconds, it mostly showed Ally tackling Tyler and then they made out.
-Aidan was basically the comedy relief in the film, he made everything much more enjoyable.
-There is a great scene that takes place in the library where Aidan is telling Tyler to get some ass, Aidan then pushes the stool Tyler is standing on causing him to fall over. A passervy witnesses this and Tyler shouts and him going "WHAT?!"
-Tyler tries to win the Panda, requesting more balls to throw in the hoops. In the end, he pays off the man winning the Panda bear for Ally.
-Ally refuses to kiss him and Tyler gives her a guilt trip, so she pecks him on the lips and dives into the cab.
-Tyler's relationship with his sister in the film is precious and one of the key elements in the movie.
-Tyler and Ally's first sex scene involves a lot of moaning and groaning and partial thrusting. It's done very tastefully and you don't see much. There is some nipping here and there. You could hear every girl in the theater basically gasp.
-There's a scene where Tyler storms in on his fathers meeting and basically bereates him for being a terrible father. It's intense and emotional and Rob did a fantastic job with it.
-There's a scene in Tyler's apartment where he cooks Aly pasta, so he dumps the entire content of pasta into the boiling water and smashes it down with his hands.
-Tyler then tries to wash dishes after dinner, Ally gets irrated and starts to wash the dishes for him, he then takes the sprayer and sprays her commenting on how she's "wet" now. Ally then takes the bucket of left over pasta and dumps it all over Tyler. He has pasta sticking out of his shirt. Tyler then grabs Ally and throws her over his shoulder taking her to the bath tub where they throw water at each other and play fight. Then they end up making out. It's hot as hell.
-When Tyler brings his little sister to school after she got her hair cut at a girls birthday pary, he hears the little girls in the class making fun of her new short hair. Tyler loses his temper and lunges toward the fire extinguisher, grabs it and throws it. He then preeceds to knock over her desk. The little girl looked like she wanted to shit bricks. Everyone in the theater clapped. Tyler then ends up in jail and has a touching moment with his father when he bails him out, unlike the previous time in the movie.
-The end is the most emotional part of the movie (naturally) when things finally start looking up for Tyler, he heads to his fathers office and sits in his chair. He taps the computer and the screen lights up displaying pictures of Tyler, Michael, and Carolyne (spelling?) when they were little kids. Tyler realizes that enough though his father puts up a stoic attidude and pretends not to care, he's always truly loved them. The amazement and awe in Rob's face is utterly heart breaking. You could hear people sniffling in the theater because the moment was so touching at that point in the film.
-There was a scene right after Carolyne intitally got her hair cut, where Tyler is lying in bed with her reading a mythology book that Michael had previously given him because it was his favorite book. He previously mentioned that Michael would beat him over the head with it in order to get him to read it.
-During the jail scene, Tyler says pussy and every girl in the theater gasped. It was hilarious.
-After Aidan gets Ally drunk, we see Tyler attempting to hold her hair back while she vomits and Aidan trying to aplogize. Ally asks Tyler to call her father, he picks up the phone and finds it dead. Ally they falls over beside the toilet. Tyler pokes her repeatedly asking her what her fathers number is. It's pretty funny.
-Tyler has a voice over at the end, it panned out to Carolyne in the car interlacing her fingers with her father. Aidan was in class and you could see a tattoo that said "Tyler". Ally finally goes back to the subway where her mother was initially killed and gets on the subway looking at the couples all around her. After that, it fades out.

Some key Rob moments:

His acting was honestly great. It's a far cry from Twilight and you can tell her really tried hard to bring this character to life.

The end scene is emotional and beauitful because of Rob's facial expressions and his look of awe. Very touching, he did a marvelous job.

Rob and the guy who played Aidan were hilarious and played off each other well. They had good chemistry.

Rob was the executive producer of the film.

During some scenes, Rob would make his famous "Dali" expression with his eyes. In one particular scene, Tyler was standing behind Ally trying to communicate with Aidan so she wouldn't notice. He pulled those expressions and it was great to see the wonky eyes.

You see Rob's pale as fuck ass crack when he stands up from the bed. Just so you know.

There is a "rough-ish" sex scene where Tyler comes back to his apartment somewhat emotionally disturbed, Ally is there and they look at each other and go at it. Rob rams her into a wall and there's moaning and groaning. It cuts to a scene where they are lying in bed and he's holding her and kissing the top of her head. It's adorable.

Rob did a great job with the comedy aspect. There was a scene where he walked into the recptionist office where his father works. He lights up and starts to smoke, the secretary is baffled and he is suprised when she tells him he can't smoke there. He points to the object on the table and asks why considering they have an ashtray. She informs him that it's a bowl. He stares at her like she's insane and uses the bowl/ashtray. He then walks away telling her's "that it's such a tease".

Rob's accent was pretty good although at times he did slip up, especially is scenes where he would get angry and start yelling. At times it seemed like he had a New York accent. Mainly his accent could be described as "other wordly" because it's strange.

During a scene where Tyler, Ally, and his father are dining together - Rob is cutting his steak. His fingers are curled into an ugoldy position around his steak knife and it's hilarious. He had Gollum hands or something.

In our personal opinions, we felt the ending should have been kept the way it was in the script. Intially Tyler looked out the window and commented about the plane and how it was flying so close. Instead Tyler and his fathers assistant stand there looking out of it. You never see the plane hit, thankfully. It just blacks out. After a little montage of everyone crying, it pans back to the room where you pretty much realize Tyler is actually dead, there's accesories and shoes scattered about.

There are very subtle hints in the film - in the beginning they show the twin towers and the teacher writes September on the blackboard.

enough rpattz already

Friday November 13, 2009 at 7:38 PM

We need some drunk Billy.


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