It’s been only a month since many Twilight fans turned on Stephenie Meyer for her cheap gender-swapped rewrite of Twilight, but the author is on to bigger things already. Deadline reports that Meyer is working with Lionsgate to develop a new series about a woman tasked with protecting the UK from ghosts and monsters. Read more...
Twilight author Stephenie Meyer is in development with Lionsgate on a new one-hour series called The Rook for Hulu, as well as a yet-to-be-named British broadcaster, Deadline reports. Meyer will executive-produce the series, based on the novel of the same name by Daniel O'Malley. In the novel,... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Twilight
After the raging success of the Twilight books and movies, and so-so performance of The Host, Stephenie Meyer is back. She’s working with Lionsgate on a new TV show that’ll air on Hulu, called The Rook. Read more...
Having recently completed work on a gender-swapped version of Twilight, author Stephenie Meyer was in need of another project. And she’s found it thanks to Lionsgate, the studio that produced the massively successful Twilight films.Show More Summary
Readers of fan fiction and/or Lionsgate shareholders, rejoice: Stephenie Meyer is back! The creator of the commercial behemoth that is Twilight has signed up for another project with Lionsgate, this …Read More
After the success of the Twilight film franchise, Stephenie Meyer will be partnering once again with Lionsgate, the studio revealed on its morning call with analysts. The Twilight author will executive-produce The Rook, a new hour-long...Show More Summary
Hulu has added a notable new creative partner. The streaming video platform, emboldened by the recent successes it has seen with its library of original programming, has inked a deal with Twilight author Stephanie Meyer and Lionsgate,...Show More Summary
This project will feature a story based on Daniel O’Malley's novel.
You may still see Stephenie Meyer as synonymous with vampire books and movies, but she's determined to shake things up -- including where she puts her big-screen productions. The Twilight writer is working with Lionsgate on Rook, a TV show that's destined for both Hulu's streaming service as well as a currently unnamed UK TV provider. Show More Summary
BREAKING: Lionsgate is developing a new show with Twilight novelist Stephenie Meyer titled Rook that will play on Hulu and on an unnamed British broadcaster, it was revealed today during the studio’s morning call with analysts. The move...Show More Summary
Stephenie Meyer recently demonstrated that taking one of your old novels and “rewriting” it as a gender-bent retelling can be a lucrative way to appeal to one’s fans. But what if the story that you’re writing up isn’t yours to beginShow More Summary
When I read the movie's description (that a woman thinks she's found her missing daughter but begins to wonder if it's really her), I thought Lifetime had pulled a Stephenie Meyer and was just premiering a genderbent version of Lost Boy, a movie from earlier this year with that exact plot, except about a missing son. Show More Summary
For years Stephenie Meyer, author of the Twilight series, has teased the release of Midnight Sun, the story of Twilight from Edward’s point-of-view. While fans of Stephenie Meyer have been waiting patiently for Midnight Sun to be released, it now looks like that may not happen. Show More Summary
Brooklyn Decker is a first time mom! This is a whole new look for Matthew McConaughey Blake Shelton is doing fine after divorce Final trailer for Mockingjay Part 2! Stephenie Meyer surprises fans with something fun! This feud seems like the real deal Rihanna gets personal about past with Chris Brown Wendy Williams wants this […]
Some hard truths: Jennifer Lawrence’s fall at the Oscars (1st time) was fake, and Stephenie Meyer’s new gender-swapped version of Twilight is a bullshit waste of paper and you’d be better off just wiping your ass with the $15 she wants for this awful “reimagining.” Read more...
Robert Pattinson apparently understood his "Twilight" character better than the woman who created him. According to BuzzFeed, the book series' author Stephenie Meyer stopped by Comic Con in New York on Thursday, where she spoke to fans about her new gender-swapping novel, Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined. Show More Summary
Say it ain't so! Remember the Twilight spinoff that was supposed to be told from Edward Cullen's point of view?! No. Well, that's because 50 Shades Of Grey ruined it for everyone. How, you may ask?! Well, 3 years after Stephenie Meyer's bestseller book first hit shelves, a leaked manuscript titled Midnight Sun made its way onto the [...]
Twilight Saga perpetrator Stephenie Meyer has been working for a few years on Midnight Sun, a novel that retells the first Twilight book from the point of view of the creepy 100-year-old vampire who’s obsessed with a teenage girl for some reason. Show More Summary