It’s been 10 years since the first ‘Twilight’ book hit stores, and now, we’ve got a whole new story on our hands. Well, sort of. Author Stephanie Meyer headed on ‘Good Morning America’ on Oct. 6 to announce that her new book, ‘Life & Death: Twilight Reimagined’ is now available — with the genders of the main characters switched.
Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined will be include all the main characters, but pretty much in opposite roles. Edward has been turned into Edythe; Jacob has been turned into Julie; and Bella Swan will be Beau (short for Beaufort). “I wanted to do something fun for the 10th anniversary and the publisher wanted like a foreword and I thought, ‘Well, maybe something more interesting,'” Stephanie Meyer said on Oct. 6 on Good Morning America.
Stephanie Meyer, the author of the ‘Twilight’ series — and the one we can thank for Robsten — remembers her favorite moments with the A-list couple, including the big moment Kristen walked down the aisle.
The first time author Stephanie Meyer met Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, they were in full costumes and make up, so she was meeting her imaginary best friends that she wrote three best-sellers about. What does she remember about Kristen in that wedding gown, and the first time she sat down with Rob?
As the ‘Twilight Saga’ comes to an end, the brains behind it all is applauding Kristen’s performance and touting the actress as “amazing” as Vampire Bella. Read on for all the details!
Kristen Stewart just got a rave review from Breaking Dawn author Stephanie Meyer, who says in an interview that Kristen’s performance as newly-vampy Bella was “amazing” and how impressed she was with her entire performance, as well as how the final cut of the film turned out.
Now that Stephanie’s a household name, movie producers can’t wait to get their hands on ‘The Host’ and have set a date for the film’s release!
Even though the final scenes of Breaking Dawn have just come to an end, it’s already on to the next big thing, an adaptation of Stephanie Meyer‘s best-selling book, The Host, Deadline Hollywood told us first. The movie will hit theaters in 2013!
Saoirse Ronan is one of the youngest people to have ever been nominated for an Academy Award, but will her role in Stephanie Meyer’s ‘The Host’ make her a household name bigger than Kristen Stewart?
If you’re a film buff, you’ve been following Saoirse Ronan‘s career for years — and for those of you who don’t know the 17-year-old Irish film actress, get ready to become an expert. According to our sister site Deadline, Saoirse — pronounced Serha, like inertia — has just landed the leading role in Twilight author Stephanie Meyer‘s upcoming film adaptation of The Host.
Would you name your new baby after a Twilight character? Thousands of moms have!
So you think you’re a die-hard Twi-hard? Well, you aren’t a real fan of Bella, Edward and co. until you name your baby after a character from the megahit Twilight books. The annual list of the most popular baby names in America has revealed that thousands of parents in the U.S. are picking names related to the Stephenie Meyer‘s cultural phenomenon. While Emily and Jacob are at the top of the list, Bella and Alice are popular names for girls and Cullen, Emmett and Jasper are all the rage for boys. It’s a craze that’s carrying over from last year, when Isabella and Jacob were the most popular names in the country.
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Do you want to know what’s going to happen to your favorite vampires and werewolves? Look no further than the World Wide Web — where the Eclipse script is making its rounds.
Hey, Twi-Hards — can’t wait until Eclipse hits theaters on June 30? Then you’re in luck, because an escapee copy of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse script is yours and free for the reading.
But don’t get TOO excited. According to Deadline.com’s Nikki Finke, the screenplay, which reportedly belonged to Jackson “Jasper Hale” Rathbone, 25, is only an early draft, meaning it’s not the version you’ll see on the big screen.
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