Stephenie Meyer's saga was the inspiration for the best-selling James' books.
Post by Maressa Brown. Twilight fans: It's time to get psyched! The vampire series' creator Stephenie Meyer is heading back to Hollywood to produce a new Starz show based on Daniel O'Malley's book The Rook, according to a new report in Variety. Show More Summary
Starz has given a series order to the drama thriller “The Rook” from “Twilight” saga author Stephenie Meyer, Lionsgate, and Liberty Global, Variety reported. Based on the novel by Daniel O’Malley, “The Rook” “Follows a young woman who wakes up in a London park suffering amnesia and surrounded by bodies, all wearing latex gloves. As […]
Stephanie Meyer is going from Twilight to The Rook. Image. Getty/Angela Weiss Stephenie Meyer, the author and creator of the Twilight saga, is about to dabble in a new world. Television. Starz just picked up the rights to her new show The Rook, which follows the leader of the a supernatural secret service. More »
Two years ago, we told you about The Rook, Twilight author Stephenie Meyer’s first foray into the world of screenwriting. At the time, the project—about an amnesiac young woman who discovers she’s part of a shadowy organization protecting England from paranormal threats—was set up at Hulu. Show More Summary
Lionsgate and Liberty global are partnering to produce a new supernatural series from Twilight creator Stephenie Meyer for Starz. The Rook follows ‘a young woman pursued by shadowy paranormal adversaries while grappling with extraordinary abilities of her own.’ The series will air on the STARZ platform in the U.S. Show More Summary
Twilight creator Stephenie Meyer and television icon Stephen Garrett to executive produce The post Supernatural Spy Thriller The Rook Coming to Starz appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Starz has slowly crept away from being in the shadow of HBO and Showtime to becoming a destination for quality programming in its own right, thanks largely to the network's strategic decisions in what it produces. Acclaimed series like Outlander and American Gods lean on existing novels with rabid... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Stephenie Meyer Twilight
'The Rook,' which will air in 2018, will be exec produced by Stephenie Meyer, with Stephen Garrett attached as showrunner. read more
Lionsgate and Liberty Global are partnering to produce supernatural spy thriller, The Rook, which will air on Starz in the U.S., and across Liberty Global’s international platforms. Twilight creator Stephenie Meyer and The Night Manager‘s Stephen Garrett are exec producing. Show More Summary
Books newly released in paperback include 'Today Will Be Different' by Maria Semple and 'Around the Way Girl' by Taraji P. Henson.
Hey, remember when Stephenie Meyer wrote a scifi novel? Not just any scifi novel, but “science fiction for people who don’t like science fiction” (that’s a direct quote). Nine years ago today, The Host hit bookstands, becoming one of scifi’s strangest and most unwelcome additions. Read more...
Is Cara Delevingne poised to become the new Stephenie Meyer? The model and actress revealed on Tuesday that her first young adult novel, "Mirror, Mirror," will come out in October. Back in 2015, Cara Delevingne made it clear she had aspirations beyond modeling, and embarked on an acting career...
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There are best-selling authors, and then there are mega-best-selling authors — writers who have sold 100 million copies or more. Writers like Ken Follett, Nora Roberts, James Patterson and Stephenie Meyer. And there may be more of them now than ever.
Interview with the Vampire author Anne Rice introduced an entire generation of readers to the concept of sexy vampires decades before Twilight was a twinkle in Stephenie Meyers' eye. The simmering homoeroticism of antebellum Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise in the movie adaptation? [Chef's kiss.] While television and film has ... More »
The author of 'Twilight' has a USA TODAY best seller with her new thriller.
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After writing four vampire novels, Ms. Meyer seems to have grown allergic to repeating herself. “I get a little bored,” she said in an interview.