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Summary: Bella meets Edward while she is a child, and Edward becomes her best friend. When Bella’s life is in danger, Edward is forced to leave to prevent her death. Edward returns later, but Bella has forgotten him. What the mind forgets, the heart remembers.
ABC is giving Jimmy Kimmel a full primetime special dedicated to the June 30 release of "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse."
Titled "Jimmy Kimmel Live: Twilight Saga: Total Eclipse of the Heart," the special will air from 10:01-11:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 23.
ABC boasts that this will be the only joint primetime appearance by "Twilight" stars Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner. And if that's not enough, co-stars Dakota Fanning, Bryce Howard and Xavier Samuel will be on-hand, plus "special guests."
Kimmel will sell his soul to the devil -- or, we guess, to the werewolves and vampires -- in exchange for exclusive "Twilight" content and more.
Title – Collision of Love. Chapter 18
Author – (LJ) Bloodtype46. (FF.net) Vale-46-4eva
Rating – T
Genre – Romance/Humour/Drama
Warnings/Spoilers – No Warnings or Spoilers
Disclaimer – Characters belong to Stephenie Meyer… I’m just borrowing them =D
Summary: Carefree, single and slightly klutzy Bella Swan, is so content with life, that she’s stuck in a rut. So what happens when someone spices things up for her? Suddenly, he’s everything she’s ever wanted. But there’s more to him than meets the eye. His past is somewhat of a question mark. Will his inner scars prove too much for a chance at love?
Link to FF.net - http://www.fanfiction.net/s/5650978/18/
Rating: M for adult themes, language, sexual content
Disclaimer: Stephenie Meyer owns Twilight
Summary: Post-college Edward and Bella help each other heal through the worst kind of pain inflicted by a close friend. A realistic look at the trauma and healing of acquaintance rape. AU, AH, Mostly Edward/Bella. Emmett/Rose, Jasper/Alice are present but take smaller roles. OOC, Rated M, adult themes
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Thanks to @kstewsbutt
It's not exactly breaking news when the folks behind the wildly successful "Twilight" soundtracks tap indie acts to appear on their albums — at least not after last year's "New Moon" 'track featured contributions from the likes of Bon Iver, Lykke Li and Grizzly Bear.
But on Wednesday, as MySpace Music unveiled the list of bands that would appear on the upcoming "Eclipse" album, a few names stood out from the fold; chief among them was Metric.
Over the years, the Canadian quartet — led by frontwoman Emily Haines — have forged a reputation for being fiercely independent, making their own path and, as much as possible, shying away from the limelight, to the point that, to be honest, appearing on a major motion-picture soundtrack didn't seem to be anywhere on their list of priorities.
Haines didn't debate that point when she sat down with MTV News to discuss her band's involvement with "Eclipse." The idea seemed impossible to her until, she said, a famed composer gave her a call.
"I have to say it was unlike any experience I've ever had. ... I got a phone call from Howard Shore, who is, in my opinion, the best, heavyweight film composer out there. He did the scores for the 'Lord of the Rings' and, more importantly to me, he did all the David Cronenberg films: 'The Fly,' 'Naked Lunch.' He's an amazing, brilliant musician," Haines said. "[He] calls me and says, 'I want to write with you ... I want you to write with me, for the song at the end of the movie, the penultimate moment, where the whole score culminates in this incredible scene.' And I was like, 'OK.' "
From there, Haines — working off a copy of the "Eclipse" script — got to work writing a song based on the experiences of Bella Swan. And much like her involvement in the project, writing a song through someone else's eyes was something she never dreamed she'd be doing.
"I had to ... really try to embody the voice of Bella, which I've never done. I've always been interested in that — writing for film — and it was really cool to feel the emotions of someone else, and then try to express it in a way that's consistent with Stephenie [Meyer]'s books," she said. "It was so interesting for me. And [Shore] had also written the [chord] progressions, and we had to work within his melodic ideas, but still make it us. ... He really wanted it to be Metric. So it's, like, Metric and Howard Shore, writing this moment. And when you see the movie, you'll hear that the melodies from the song we wrote are part of the score. ... I can't believe my luck, and it was really cool to work with him."
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What director do you think brought the most emotion to the movies, enough to do it TRUE justice to the books? Do you think it has anything to do with the gender of the directors and their ability to tap into their deeper side/connect with the story? What movie/director do you feel best brought the E/B book love story to the screen?
Can't wait to see everyone's opinions!
Personally, and I know I'm outnumbered on this, I think that Catherine Hardwicke did, because when I watched Twilight I felt the books more, and the presence of the story. And I do think that it's possible that some female directors like her, who are very passionate about the story, are more true to the love story... unlike other directors.
Title: Forever and a Day - outtakes from my fic You Were Mine All Along
Author: xtalleenx (ThexInvisiblexGirl on ff.net)
Outtake 5 - Until Tomorrow, Bella's POV
Summary: A collections of scenes I wrote but didn't expand into full chapters. POVs vary between Edward's and Bella's, with no particular order. Mostly fluff.
previous stories: If You Were Mine | You Were Mine All Along
And a proper preview, for a change:
"I won't change my mind a day before the wedding just because you happened to meet my ex girlfriend. Whatever she told you to make you so insecure, you should know better than listen to her. If I wanted her back, I had plenty of opportunities in the past to get her back. If I wanted to call off the wedding I would have done it much sooner. All of which loosely translates into, I'm marrying you tomorrow, Isabella Swan, whether you want to or not."
click here to read it on ff.net
* FINAL CHAPTER IS COMING TOMORROW - STAY TUNED!!! *
** banner under the cut - huge thankyou to mizra !
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