Ashley Greene Scripts

Ashley Greene got her big break when she was given the role of Alice in Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight film adaptation. With her elfish good looks and dry personality, she gained international stardom in one of the most widely popular books of the season.

However, her career has not shot off yet to the point that she is making only big budget Hollywood films. The place where she still finds her most well accepted home is the same place where she got her start- in the independent film industry.

With films such as King of California (2007), an independent film starring Michael Douglas and Otis (2008), she obviously makes good picks as to which independent films she stars in. These films have gained much acclaim from indie movie fans and critics alike.

Despite the fact that Greene gained movie stardom with the Twilight series, she may depend on these independent films to prevent her from going under the radar into movie obscurity. It is too easy for a star to fall victim to stereotyping based on a popular role. By continuing to take roles in good, yet unappreciated, indie films- she may have a chance to defy her “Twilight” stereotyping and go down in history as a diverse actress.

Upcoming actresses and actors would do well to diversify their experience by taking roles in independent movies, webisodes and other forms of media that have good stories versus good money.


  1. (2012) The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2
  2. (2012) The Apparition
  3. (2012) LOL
  4. (2011) The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1
  5. (2011) Butter
  6. (2011) A Warrior’s Heart
  7. (2010) The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
  8. (2010) Radio Free Albemuth
  9. (2010) Skateland
  10. (2009) New Moon Script
  11. (2009) Summer’s Blood
  12. (2009) Shrink [Transcript]
  13. (2008) Twilight Script
  14. (2008) Otis
  15. (2007) King of California

Kristen Stewart Scripts

It’s about sure to say that Kristen Stewart has definitely become one of the most sought after actresses in the industry. However, she was not always this desired by production companies and fans alike. At the beginning of Stewart’s career, she had many bit parts (does anyone remember her in the Flintstone’s Viva Rock Vegas?) As a kid she had moderate success with such films as Zathura: A Space Adventure (2005) and Catch That Kid (2004). As a young woman, she adopted more mature roles in horror films that allowed her to break the image that she created for herself as a child. A turning point in her career was when she took a role in the popular indie film, Into the Wild (2007).

This may have been the starting point which helped her career launch into greater horizons, including the Twilight series that has catapulted her into fame and fortune. A good rule of thumb in the film industry is to always be on the lookout for good roles in different genres. It is important to diversify into many roles in order to hone personal acting skills. Writers, on the other hand, should try to write roles for characters that are interesting and insightful, in order to attract fine actors.



  1. (2013) Cali
  2. (2012) The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2
  3. (2012) Snow White and the Huntsman
  4. (2012) On the Road
  5. (2011) The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1
  6. (2010) The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
  7. (2010) The Runaways Script
  8. (2010) Welcome to the Rileys
  9. (2009) The Twilight Saga: New Moon [Transcript]
  10. (2009) Adventureland Script
  11. (2008) Twilight Script
  12. (2008) Jumper
    (2008) What Just Happened [Transcript]
  13. (2008) The Yellow Handkerchief
  14. (2007) Into the Wild Script
  15. (2007) The Cake Eaters [Transcript]
  16. (2007) The Messengers
  17. (2007) In the Land of Women [Transcript]
  18. (2005) Zathura: A Space Adventure [Transcript]
  19. (2005) Fierce People
  20. (2004) Undertow [Transcript]
  21. (2004) Catch That Kid [Transcript]
  22. (2004) Speak
  23. (2003) Cold Creek Manor
  24. (2002) Panic Room Script
  25. (2001) The Safety of Objects
  26. (2000) The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas


Twilight Saga Scripts: Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse

With the latest installment of Stephen Meyer’s multi-million dollar vampire franchise breaking box-office records, it looks like the Twilight Saga has more than taken a bite out of moviegoers the world over.

Love it or hate it, the Twilight Saga has its loyal fanbase of “Twihards” looking to sink its teeth into anything related to Edward, Bella and Jacob.  And with the franchise finale rumored to be in two parts, bloodthirsty fans are looking forward to having their thirst finally quenched.

Check out the adaptations of this vampiric love story with the full scripts listed below.

Twilight Script

New Moon Script

Eclipse Script (PDF Download)