DELETED USER

I'M CURIOUS

Friday November 20, 2009 at 1:36 PM

LETS PRETEND IT'S 1991. DON'T YOU THINK THIS MAN WOULD MAKE AN AMAZING EDWARD?


 

SHOW ME AN EDWARD FROM EARLIER TIMES. NOT LIKE, ROB OR HENRY OR WHATEVER. SHOW ME EDWARD IN 1976 OR SOMETHING. BONUS POINTS IF YOU MAKE ME LAUGH.

goingthedistance

A New "Remember Me" pic was released

Friday November 20, 2009 at 1:35 PM

DELETED USER

oh my edward

Friday November 20, 2009 at 12:51 PM

ugh i cannot believe i just wrote that.


ANYWAYS TONIGHT THE WORLD WILL IMPLODE WHEN WOLVESNVAMPS, TOR AND I WILL BE AT NEW MOON. OMGOMGOMG.


I WAS GOING TO GET DRUNK TO WATCH IT COS I THINK I WOULD ENJOY IT MORE. I MIGHT CRY BECAUSE I'M SENSITIVE AT THE MOMENT.

 

I WANTED A TEAM VICTORIA SHIRT, BUT IDK WHERE TO GET ONE PRINTED IN NEW YORK LOL

 

ETA from wolvesnvamps-Hi! Yes we are going to be at the 10 p.m. Tribeca Rega showing tonight. If you are going to that show-give us a shout out and we will find u!

MissRyss

Twilight Drinks?

Friday November 20, 2009 at 12:38 PM


So a while back, one of you lovely ladies posted some Cullen family drink recipes. I had saved the link, but since the switch to the new ADF, it obviously doesn't work anymore. I wanted to try out a few w/ my friends to celebrate the premiere.  Did anyone else save/remember the recipes? Or would the creative camper care to confide? ( <----Alliteration- I'm doing it right)
For Your Time:

barelybreathing

Whoa! Talk about a new level of devotion?

Friday November 20, 2009 at 12:20 PM

Creepiness? Bizarre behavior/ IDEK..............

DISCUSS THINGS THAT HAVE RECENTLY BLOWN YOUR MIND!

 

mon_ange22

NY TIMES MOVIE REVIEW!!

Friday November 20, 2009 at 11:31 AM

this is pretty hilarious.  her criticisms are pretty much inherent to the plot of NM.  for the original article, go here.

 

***SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS***

Abstinence Makes the Heart ... Oh, You Know

Published: November 20, 2009

The big tease turns into the long goodbye in “The Twilight Saga: New Moon,” the juiceless, near bloodless sequel about a teenage girl and the sparkly vampire she, like, totally loves. When last we saw Bella (Kristen Stewart) and her pretty dead guy, Edward (Robert Pattinson), in “Twilight” — the series hadn’t been saga-fied yet — the two had pledged their troth, a chaste commitment solidified during moody walks in the woods, some exhilarating treetop scrambling and a knockdown fight with a pack of vamping vampires.

But love is cruel and sometimes so too are multivolume juggernauts like Stephenie Meyer’s “Twilight” series, which, because they need a prolonged shelf life, are as much about narrative delay (and delay) as release and resolution. That’s particularly the case here given that Edward belongs to a stylish vampire clan that has given up human blood in order to live, if conspicuously out of place, in a Washington town called Forks. Abstinence is the name of this franchise’s clever game — a demographically savvy strategy that the filmmakers exploit with a parade of bared male chests — which is why Edward refuses to stick his teeth in Bella’s unsullied neck, despite her increasingly feverish pleading.

The problem, already evident in the first movie, is that a vampire who doesn’t ravish young virgins or at least scarily nuzzle their flesh isn’t much of a vampire or much of an interesting character, which initially makes Edward’s abrupt and extended disappearance from the second film seem like a good idea. “New Moon” opens with a seemingly content Bella turning 18, a happy occasion that takes a frightening turn during a party at Edward’s house. While the rest of the vampires ghoulishly beam at her with their amber cat eyes, Bella accidentally pricks her finger while opening a gift, sending a drop of blood onto the carpet and one of the less-repressed vampires, Jasper (Jackson Rathbone), into a violent frenzy.

Edward saves Bella, but soon decides to split town. Dead or alive, men can be brutes (authors too): he also tells her that she’s not good for him, leaving her bereft. This act of cruelty throws her into a long depression that the director Chris Weitz (“The Golden Compass,” “About a Boy”), having taken the filmmaking reins from the sloppier if more energetic Catherine Hardwicke, tries to translate into cinematic terms, mostly by circling Bella with the camera as the months melt away. Ms. Stewart’s darkly brooding looks are convincing, but her lonely-girl blues soon grow wearisome, as does the spinning camera. Happily, there’s another attractive diversion in the wings in the form of her friend Jacob (Taylor Lautner), a member of a mysterioso Indian tribe, who brightens her mood with his blindingly white smile.

Jacob has secrets of his own that soon emerge, first in the form of some massive biceps. My, what big muscles you have, Bella tells him, nicely exposing her inner wolf. Alas, Bella, whose palpable hunger for Edward gave the first movie much of its energy and interest, has been tamped down for “New Moon,” partly because she’s in mourning, though largely because a ravenous female appetite wouldn’t work with this story’s worldview. (Melissa Rosenberg’s screenplay is dutifully subservient to the source material.) So, while Jacob’s body grows harder and harder before Bella’s widening eyes [THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID!!], she looks — mirroring the audience’s appreciative gaze — but doesn’t at first touch. Even when they start fixing up some old motorcycles, hands brushing and engines gunning, the relationship remains safely in neutral.

Bella, of course, belongs to Edward, who, though physically gone, hasn’t left the picture. Every so often he materializes in hazy, semi-transparent form to caution her about something, much as Woody Allen’s fictional mother does when she nags from the sky in “New York Stories.” Realizing that her vampire has gone guardian angel on her, Bella, like a classic crazy ex, begins throwing herself into ever more dangerous situations to summon him. Although this perks up the slack proceedings, the spectral image of Edward only underscores how damaging it is to separate Romeo from Juliet, even if there’s a hormonally revved-up teenage wolf lurking in the shadows. Chastity is only hot, after all, when it seems like it actually might be violated.

There’s more — the book is another doorstopper — crammed between the weeping and dolorous gazes, including a pack of snarling, not terribly effective CGI wolves. They’re amusing if not as diverting as either Dakota Fanning or Michael Sheen, who pop up in a late-act detour to Italy, where the vampires, unlike their puritanical American cousins, still like to drink. (In a rare moment of narrative wit, Bella flies Virgin.) Mr. Sheen, who’s carved out a twinned specialty playing Tony Blair (in three movies) and vampires (four), preens with plausible menace. But it’s Ms. Fanning, with the cruel eyes and sleekly upswept hair suggestive of an underage dominatrix, who shows real bite. Mr. Weitz doesn’t know what to do with her, but when she smiles, you finally see the darker side of desire.

“The Twilight Saga: New Moon” is rated PG-13. (Parents strongly cautioned.) Some bared fangs, little blood, no sex.

Ambyr01

Fan-Fic Request

Friday November 20, 2009 at 11:26 AM

So I am wondering if you gals can help me out?  I am looking for a really good love story fanfic with the usual pairings.  I have read a few good ones but I have been searching and there are too many to read through and if I don't start reading soon I am gonna go into a coma since I am working on 3 hrs of sleep due to the New Moon premiere (not complaining, just trying to stay conscious)  So if anyone can help me find one with all the GOOD_STUFF ;) I would be so HAPPY!!!

oHALEno4

SHOW SOME LOVE

Friday November 20, 2009 at 11:09 AM

So before ADF, I was just a little lurker on FF. I had no idea what Twilighted was, or  even how to use it (still don't). I didn't know what the Gazebo was (love it now), and I had no one to share my Twilight obsession with. Last night I made it to the 12:15 showing of NM (no I will not be giving any spoilers) and through the entire movie I was reminded of all the AMAZING women I have met through ADF.

When Embry came on the screen I immediately thought of PixieVamp. When Charlie came on (who was amazing by the way) my thoughts went straight to Tor. For Mike I thought of Jennday, and with Jackson I thought of my tweeter bud PoppingPenguin, because while I get Rob, Jackson belongs to her. 

Jacob reminded me of, *gasp* Gallantcorks, cause she just had to go and switch over to the dark side (as long as she doesn't write it, I'll be ok ;) 

When the Remember Me trailer came on, I immediately thought, 'yeah, I've already seen it', but it was still amazing on the big screen. 

And when Rob came on, I thought of all the girls here who I have gotten to know and love. Infernalheart, Grownasswoman, Tkmoon, and Wonkeygirl to just name a few.  

So in this campfire I want to say a big THANK YOU to all of our AMAZING RANGERS for creating and putting so much effort into giving us this fabulous forest!

 

 

 

RANGERS ETA: Wow-Thank you all so much! ADF is nothing without our campers and each and every one of you ROCK!! xoxoxo

pixievamp

Pics From NYC NM Screening

Friday November 20, 2009 at 11:02 AM

 THE STARS WERE OUT IN FULL FORCE LAST NIGHT. THEY JUST WEREN'T IN NASHVILLE, SO WE WON'T TALK ABOUT THAT. INSTEAD, NASHVILLE CAME TO THEM IN THE FORM OF KINGS OF LEON. MORE ON THAT LATER. 

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AND THIS IS WHERE I GET JEALOUS! ASHLEY GREENE'S DATE: JARED FOLLOWILL, BASSIST FOR KINGS OF LEON

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thatgirljen

COMIC CON 2010 4 DAY PASSES SOLD OUT!!

Friday November 20, 2009 at 10:12 AM

I'm so angry right now I could scream. Comic Con 4 day passes for this coming year have somehow already went on sale and sold out. The only hope for getting a ticket it the 1 day passes that will start going on sale on Dec 15th. I know some people said they bought their tickets on ebay and stuff last year but on the comic con website it specifically says that they do not honor tickets that have been transferred to someone else. Is there no hope of getting a 4 day pass?! I'm so annoyed that they started selling so early. Last year I am told they did not go on sale until after the new year. I heard nothing of the tickets going on sale this early. Has anyone else? 

Honestly, as much as I love twilight, I feel this is all their fault. Comic con has completely blown up since they started going to it and it kind of sucks for the people that want to see other stuff. My boyfriend is so angry and disappointed that we will not be able to attend for another year. I'm going to see if I can just buy 8 1 day passes, but that is going to get really expensive. It will almost be worth it for him to be happy though. We have never been able to attend.

What a bittersweet day this is, I'm leaving to go see New Moon right now, but my day is ruined because of this comic con news.

wolvesnvamps

Ha! Bella told us this last night!

Friday November 20, 2009 at 10:03 AM

 

While most of the New Moon cast was at the official afterparty following last night's screening in New York, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart slipped away for some private quality time.

Ashley Greene, Kellan Lutz and Peter Facinelli all hit up the postscreening bash held at the Box. Ed Westwick also made a late appearance, with girlfriend Jessica Szohr arriving even later.

But Rob and Kristen were over at Avenue, holding court at a table upstairs with a bodyguard making sure people gave them their privacy—but no such luck.

Rob, trying to go incognito, wore a baseball cap, while Kristen was smoking a cigarette (which is illegal). Unlike the movie, there was no Taylor Lautner around, and Kristen seemed to only have eyes for Rob...

The costars were sitting right next to each other and kept whispering in each other's ears and laughing together. At one point, Kristen started stroking Rob's back.

And the two were still going strong at the club till 3 a.m.

In case there's anyone out there who still has doubts, looks like Robsten is totally on!

 

DELETED USER

New Moon movie~~~ My Review

Friday November 20, 2009 at 9:51 AM

I saw New Moon last night, I have a lot to say.  I need my Twife to see it ASAP so we can talk about it.  I need my RL twife to see it too (she didnt have babysitter last night) so we can talk about it.  I have a few things to get off my chest.

I used to write movie reviews semi-professionally (also music, book, and product reviews), so it's really difficult for me to now watch a film without a critic's eye.  There are certain things I look for when watching a film, so how I rate a movie is based a specific criteria.  The most important, being: Is it entertaining?

In this respect, New Moon is PURE WIN.  I plan to see it again in theater as many times as I can stand it.  I will buy the DVD and probably will sit outside of Hot Topic for 2 hours again, like we did for the Twilight dvd release.  This movie does not disappoint... much.

 

Let me elaborate...

My internal 15 yr old fangirl FREAKING LOVED IT!!!

My external 37 year old arm-chair critic liked it, but.... yeah I liked it.

What I have to say contains spoilers, so I'll finish in the comments below......

 

pixievamp

DOES 'BEL AMI' HAVE A LEADING LADY?

Friday November 20, 2009 at 9:24 AM

 Last month, it was Nicole Kidman, who put that rumor to rest regarding her involvement in a film starring Robert Pattinson based on the French novel by Guy de Maupassant.

Now the Hollywood Reporter is claiming two of the female roles have been filled by some pretty big names. 

UMA THURMAN AND KRISTEN SCOTT THOMAS.

From an article on HitFix.com:

Uma Thurman to romance Robert Pattinson in 'Bel Ami' 

On a day that the new trailer for Robert Pattinson's first post-"Twilight" film, "Remember Me," hit the web, the "New Moon" star has finally found his leading lady for his next film.  And no, it's not the much-rumored Nicole Kidman.

According to 
The Hollywood Reporter, Uma Thurman will star opposite Pattinson in "Bel Ami."  Based on the famous Guy de Maupassant short story, "Ami" follows young journalist George Duroy (Pattinson) who deviously jumped from the bed of one of Paris' most influential women to another to make his way to the top.  Thurman will play the wife of a friend of Duroy's who assists him in is ascent and later becomes his wife.

Also joining the cast is Kristin Scott Thomas.  The Oscar-nominee will play a socialite who falls for Duroy, but just can't let go when he's ready to move on.

Thurman will appear next as Medusa in 20th Century Fox's "Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief." 

Pattinson stars in this weekend's expected blockbuster, "The Twilight Saga: New Moon" and in next summer's "Remember Me."

"Bel Ami" is expected to begin shooting in Paris next year.

WHO DID YOU WANT SEE TAKE ON THE ROLE OF GEORGE DUROY'S LEADING LADY IN THE FILM?

SOURCE

bexi21

Random Story Time

Friday November 20, 2009 at 9:16 AM

First of all, I haven't seen New Moon yet.  But last night, I was getting my tickets ready (I printed them off) and what happened?

I GOT A PAPERCUT FROM THE NEW MOON TICKET.

A PAPERCUT.

COINCIDENCE?

 

I THINK NOT.


now where the hell is my jasper

pixievamp

Rob on the Ellen Show

Friday November 20, 2009 at 9:15 AM

PART 1

 

PART 2

 

PART 3

lights

My New Moon Experience - Spoilers

Friday November 20, 2009 at 8:46 AM

You all are so lucky to be able to watch New Moon with sympathetic Twilighters/Twi-Hards or whatever they are named, who fangirl over the same characters, actors and storyline as you do.  And you don't even know it.

I live in Istanbul (Turkey), where a small number of people are aware of the Twilight phenomena and the few who are have either read ridiculous translations or they don’t know anything about fan fiction or the awesome communities of the online world.  Another reason why I don’t know many other fans may be because I am such a closet fan.  As it is I only have my online communities to share my excitement with. (if you are living in Istanbul, let me know)

Here is my New Moon experience:

- There was no midnight screening anywhere in the country.  Trust me, I would have taken a plane there to see it, if there were any.

- This morning, there were only 5 more people in the theatre other than me.  They were all girls, who shared the same high school uniform and gave me the stink eye just because I am a few years older than them…

- The subtitles sucked.  I even noticed some letters missing.  What gives film distributors?!

- On the plus side, since there were so few of us, the projectionist didn’t feel the need to give a break and make us suffer through the commercials.

- When the movie ended, they all started talking about how hot Taylor Lautner was and that was when I decided to take my queue to leave.

- My thoughts on the movie are posted on the comments section.  They are long and boring...

To make this post interactive: 

Who else on A Different Forest lives outside of the States?  You want to rage about time zones?  Do it here!

Or watched the film in a completely boring, apathetic setting? 

Come and post your thoughts on the movie!

 

The Hat Does Nothing

Are You Ready?

Friday November 20, 2009 at 7:21 AM

For those who Havent Seen The Movie Yet or Even those Who Have,
Are You Excited? Are You Ready To See It?
Me? Im Ready & *cencored* Exstatic!
My Outfit For The Day:


My Inspiration:

How'd I Do? Do I Look Like Bella? Was It A Success or a Fail?
And are You Ready? How Are You Preping Yourself?

Vampire Raider

A-Frikin-Mazing

Friday November 20, 2009 at 6:36 AM

I went to the New Moon Midnight release. It was crazy, got there two hours early. There was already a line for preordered tickets. I Had gone to the one at the Mall of Georgia. When I went out 30 minutes later to get snacks, it was packed. I mean PACKED BACK TO BACK. People were there all night, seeing 2:30am movies and 4:00am movies. It was unreal. The movie, OMFG Robert Pattinson is a GOD. GOD PEOPLE. Jacob was.... uh. Charlie, and the cullens had some good lines too. If you haven't seen it, you must!

P.S- It ends in a dang Cliff Hanger. :(

elmoloveseverybody

New Moon

Friday November 20, 2009 at 3:26 AM

New Moon...

Wow..

a googol plex times better than Catherine hardwickes(over-energetic lady with annoying voice and fringe who didnt do her best) twilight....

r-pattz.. oh amazing.... gasp...can't breathe

me and friend were like lol the whole way through it....

AprilAnne

New Moon

Friday November 20, 2009 at 2:25 AM

Loved it!!!!!!!!!!!!

thoughts?

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