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Wednesday November 25, 2009 at 12:23 PM



Entertainment Weekly Robert pattinson kristen stewart taylor lautner new moon twilight movie cover covers

The December 4th issue of Entertainment Weekly hits newstands on Friday and features


which side are you in?!!

Wednesday November 25, 2009 at 11:13 AM



bella and edward?



bella and jacob?





edward and jacob?


just to have some fun.. =]


i like them all. lol..



Wednesday November 25, 2009 at 10:46 AM

i'm new here and i'm a bit lost. the "craving" section, is it for photomanipulation? can i post some pictures that i made based on twilight or its stars? =]

or should i have to based it on some fanfiction i have read?




Been bitten by Peter F.

Wednesday November 25, 2009 at 10:17 AM

It's for his vampire-Transformer- iphone App. Thought I'd post it since it's Peter. :0)




read this now

Wednesday November 25, 2009 at 9:34 AM



LJ Summers

How it should have ended...

Wednesday November 25, 2009 at 9:19 AM

 Y'know how sometimes people think they can make a better ending for a movie? C'mon, I know y'all have at one point or another, right?

Well, there's a website that DOES that, in its own skewed way.  My teenaged son, a Twilight fan, found this site a while back and saw that the people there had done a new ending for Twilight.

If I can get it to work, here it is:




Whatchya Thankful For?

Wednesday November 25, 2009 at 8:07 AM

I'm aware it's a day early...but most of us in the U.S will be busy tomorrow...

Tell me, dolls, what are you thankful for?

I am thankful for this picture

And for everyone who makes ADF the place it has come to be.

And so much more.


Thanksgiving Eve

Wednesday November 25, 2009 at 8:02 AM

What's going on tonight? In my town (and I suspect quite a few others too) Thanksgiving Eve is the biggest social event of the year. Everyone is home to celebrate Turkey Day the next day so you get the opportunity to see people you haven't seen in years. It always makes for an interesting time.

Tonight I'll be going out with my best friends to our favorite bar in town and making fools of ourselves on the dance floor. But we don't need a special occassion for that. We'll probably see at least half of our high school class and basically every guy any of us ever had a crush on when we were younger. Should be entertaining.

So, what are you doing tonight? Going out to make some bad decisions? Going to see New Moon again? Staying home to be fully rested for the day of cooking ahead?

Ooh, and one other thing I'm curious about. What do you think the Twi-humans would be up to? Everyone home from college in Forks for the night. Would they all be at the (probably) only bar in town? Who would hook-up with who? I think with enough alcohol involved Newton and Jessica would have a hard time keeping their hands to themselves ;)

And just because the photoshopping here is EPIC:


The "day after" Syndrome

Wednesday November 25, 2009 at 3:55 AM

Hi everyone.... I'm down...Saw NM way too many times, it's great, but now real life is more annoying than ever.  Do you think loving something like "Twilight" is worth it or does it just make real life even more of a drudge?  And before you ask, yes I take my medications!  Thanks for letting me mope. Kathi



Tuesday November 24, 2009 at 11:48 PM

okay I want to know your honest opinion on this person...



the way she was casted

the rumors

her current BF

Her ex BF's

The Ryan and Reece thing


Her realtion ship with the paparazzi

etc etc


For me: I don't mind the way she was casted, I mean I've gotten jobs because I know the bosses it's no different and I liked her as Rosalie in Twilight (NM she kinda screwed up her 2 lines she had) but her interviews, the name dropping, mentioning 13 every possible moment she just drives me up the wall. And her latest interviews and that interview about the cutting with RS... RAGE



and hmm if you like this I make some more of these about the casts...



We ALL need this

Tuesday November 24, 2009 at 8:52 PM



(more VF pics in comments)



Nightshade updates Phantom Love

Tuesday November 24, 2009 at 8:09 PM

Feeling in the mood for a little New Moon Style Fanfic? 

Nightshade just updated Phantom Love

You can read the new chapter DECEMBER Right here in our Storytelling area!

and visit her cabin to talk about it !


Summary: Bella feels the resonance of a love that no longer exists. Set during the missing months of NM. AU. 


product placement in NM

Tuesday November 24, 2009 at 6:57 PM

did anyone else notice the totally obvious burger king bag when mike and jacob were talking before the movie?

idk,  i just saw new moon, it was amazing.

talk to me about it :)

(ps: this is my first campfire, although ive been with adf since the very beginning. my posting cherry? consider it popped)


Team Jedward....

Tuesday November 24, 2009 at 6:19 PM


It can only be one

Tuesday November 24, 2009 at 6:08 PM

So we've talked about those fics we wished never existed, so now let's discuss the cream of the crop.

What fic, in your opinion,is an absolute must read?

The only rules is that you can only rec one and it cannot be your own story.



Tuesday November 24, 2009 at 5:28 PM

So a couple of weeks ago someone posted Timbalands song Morning After Dark on here and the little comment he made about the video which is >>>>

"I want the same characters of 'Twilight,' which I've almost got."

Timbaland explained further about the storyline of the video should he get Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart for th
e leading characters. He stated, "We [Timbaland & SoShy] would protect her while he goes away from the other dude (Jacob) and the other people (the Cullens)."

Saying that "you won't know what we are. You don't know if we're vampires, but we are something," he added, "We was his last hope, he wouldn't want to use us, the whole thing. If [Edward] calls us it would be a big payback - a big price to pay to call my team of people to protect her. It's a whole little story line."

Timbaland also hinted possibility of him writing a sequel for the song. "And I have part two to the single too, so it's like a whole little story line to it,"

So....he didn't get Rob and Kristen (surprise) and I love Timbo but...I was dying through this video when they quoted straight from the movie "say it out loud"....C'mon man *chuckle chuckle*....Really?

But what I wanna know is how do you feel about the song/video and all the different kinds of people jumping on this vampire bandwagon now? Do you like it hate it? I personally don't mind the song cuz I love Tim but this video made me cringe ever so slightly.



As if it never existed

Tuesday November 24, 2009 at 3:51 PM

If you could erase a fic from your memory and the internet, like Men in Black style wipeout, what would it be?


This doesn't necessarily have to be negative, though by all means post those horrible fics that should be banned forever.

But what about those angsty fics that upset you and hurt your heart?

those wonderful ones that ruin lesser fics for you and make you never want to write again?

the unfinished ones where the mystery still haunts you?

the sex scenes that squicked you out?

those post Eclipse/au stories  that make you realise what BD could have been?

share. I'll post mine in the comments.


Tom Cruise as Edward Cullen?

Tuesday November 24, 2009 at 2:25 PM

Don't know how to embed this but it's hilarious!


Celebrity Auditions: New Moon from Electric Spoofaloo on

ranger edit: embedded done and done.  when you see an embed code, copy it and paste it using the source key up there^^.  this goes for pics, youtube vids, or any other media that has an "embed" code.  :D


Man Undercover at New Moon

Tuesday November 24, 2009 at 12:40 PM

 New Moon, the second film in the Twilightseries, set a new single day box office record this weekend, taking in $72.7 millionon Friday alone. And, as it happens, at least 12 of those dollars were mine. No faithful Cracked enthusiast, I am not a closet Twilight fan, nor a hardcore vampire movie junkie, nor even a simple moron. Rest assured, I was there entirely unwillingly, sent on an assignment to observe the burgeoningTwilight culture in its rawest element: outside a suburban movie theater.

I managed to snag tickets to the midnight showing last Thursday by pulling a few strings (exchanging $12 at the box office is a type of string). Told to arrive early to ensure I got a good seat, I came back a little after seven in the evening to find about a hundred people with a different definition of “early” than myself. That was OK; I was there to see the people, not the movie. “Good seats for that Twilight movie” is not a phrase that holds a lot of meaning to me. I slid into place at the end of the line and tried to look like I belonged there

Many of the others in line were in costume, dressed up as their favorite Twilightopian, like Johnny Fangs or Lesley Skinnypants or Reggie Whateverthefuck. I, of course, had suspected this would be the case before arriving, and had already made preparation to blend in with the crowd.

The original delicious vampire.

Within a minute of me arriving, a half dozen girls squealed into place behind me in line. Judging by the degree my toes clenched at the sound of their voices, I’d estimate they were around 12- or 13-years of age. I had forgotten what it was like to be in the presence of a mass of young girls. It was intense. Thousands of words spewed from their mouths every second, few of which were intelligible (or even audible) to my ears, but after a short while I was able to gauge the ebb and flow of their discussion and get a rough estimate of their mood. They were excited.

“So girls, pretty exciting, isn’t it?” I said, trying my best not to sound like a sex offender.

Beautiful, blessed silence greeted me in return. That seemed to shut them up. I’d have to remember that for later.

“What are you supposed to be?” one girl, who I presumed to be their leader, asked. “Blade?” A chorus of giggles erupted from the group.

“I’m Count Chocula, you… uh,” I protested, scrambling to come up with a word that was similar to ‘bitches,’ but less inappropriate when talking to 12-year-old girls. “Bitches!” I finally spat, shoulders sagging in exhaustion.

“Like from the cereal?” More giggles. “You dressed up as the guy from the corn flakes?”

“Count Chocula is a chocolate themed marshmallow based cereal,” I responded, authoritatively. “He is like Robert Pattinson multiplied by chocolate. He is as incredible as you are ugly.”

“Whatever Snap, Crackle or Pop.” The mouthy leader turned away from me. A heated discussion erupted amongst the group, during which I believe they collectively decided I was “random.” I took out my notebook, and wrote down “Twilight fans suck,” and underlined it a couple times. Tucking my notebook back in my cape, I turned around.

“Hey man, can you believe this bullshit?” I said to the guy on the other side of me. He turned around, startled I was talking to him, and I got a good look at his costume. Actually, what I had at first assumed to be a vampire costume, was now on closer appearance, just a cape. So just a guy, regular clothes, but in a cape. Awesome.

Capes and back rubs, reunited at last.

“What’s that?” he said. “I’m sorry, I wasn’t paying attention.”

“Never mind. Hey maybe you can help,” I asked, slipping back into reporter mode. “I’m from… Time Magazine… and I’m trying to find out more about the whole appeal of this Twilight thing. Can you help me? Why are you here tonight?”

“You’re from Time?”

“Oh the costume?” I laughed. “The publishing industry has fallen on hard times, so a lot of us Timereporters have to take on second jobs, ” I explained. “I sometimes do mascot work at conventions for dry goods manufacturers.”

“Oh. I guess that makes sense.” He was wrong; that didn’t make any sense at all. But I felt no need to correct him.

“So why are you here then?”

“Uh, I dunno.”

“Seriously? You don’t know what you like about Twilight?”

He shrugged. “I guess the vampires?”

I gave him my blankest look. “The vampires,” I repeated. “Can you be a little more specific?”

“You know,” he said. “The vampire guy. He loves Bella because of… a reason… and they fight werewolves and love werewolves and look at each other. It’s just all so awesome.”

I frowned at him. Was this guy for real? I decided to call him out. “Scooter–and I don’t know if you’re actually called Scooter, but I’ll be damned if you don’t act like one–I’ll be honest with you. My dry-goods-mascot bullshit detector is going off all over the place here. It sounds like you know next to nothing aboutTwilight. What are you doing here, dude? Trying to meet girls?”

He didn’t say anything, but did sort of shrink back into his cape a bit.

“Wow that’s just… atrocious,” I said, not lying. We sat there in incredibly awkward silence for a few seconds. My entire body itched just being next to him.

“Hey girls?” I said, turning back to the flotilla of bitches behind me. “Wanna trade spots? You’ll get in a little sooner that way. Maybe get better seats.”

“Wow! Thanks!”

We shuffled around. until I was a half dozen places further back in line, and a little closer to Hell. I was now standing beside a couple of ordinary looking girls in their mid-20s. I stood there looking nonchalant, idly playing with my cape in a manner I hoped made me look professional. After 10 minutes or so of listening in on their conversation, I concluded they were the least weird people here, and decided to try again.

“Wow! You look ordinary!” I said, by way of introduction.

A long pause. “OK. Thanks,” one of them replied slowly while the other one stared.

“Hey, seeing as we’re all ordinary dudes and lady-dudes here, maybe you’d like to answer some questions for me?” I said, addressing the one who spoke. “What’s the big appeal with this Twilight business? Why are you here tonight?”

Her gaze narrowed. “I’m not so sure you’re ordinary.”

“Because of the costume?” she nodded. “Look, it’s like I was telling Johnny Clammyhands up there, I’m a reporter trying to get a scoop on Twilight culture, and I’m wearing thi- HHHHHYURK.” My explanation, complete with a purposeful thrust forward and dramatic sweep of my cape, was cut short when I tripped over my enormous feet, stumbled, then caught my cape on something sharp. I slumped to the ground, elegantly strangling myself. Everything went black.


The gentle prodding of a police man’s foot roused me from my slumber. My eyes opened. I was still on the ground, my cape having been cut loose at some point during my unplanned coma. The line had dissipated. “What time is it?” I tried to ask, although, “blrughr Fim gh het?” Is what I believe actually came out of my mouth.

“About 12:30.” I gaped. Those Twidstsicles left me unconscious on the sidewalk for five hours. I rubbed my throat, batting aside the scrap of cape that hung limply around my neck. Shaking the dizzies out of my head, I then got to my feet after a couple of practice tries.

“Thank you officers, but I won’t need any further assistance. However, if circumstances arise such that you have to shoot several people in that theater, I will totally have your back if you get called up on some ‘excessive force’ bullshit. Respect.” My offered fist bump hung in the air for 12 seconds, while we all stood there staring at it. Eventually they wandered away.


My conclusion: Twilight fans are cold-blooded harlots, possible pedophiles or 12-year-old girls. How we as a society deal with these parasites is a complicated issue, but pelting them with rocks would be far from the worst option.




I'd just like to say, that I think I love this man.


Summit Statement on Breaking Dawn

Tuesday November 24, 2009 at 12:31 PM


In response to certain videos which pertain rumors about the production of Breaking Dawn, Summit Entertainment released this statement:
“Summit Entertainment looks forward to bringing “Breaking Dawn” to the big screen but at this point any additional information is premature.”



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