It's been seven years since the first release of "Twilight", the movie. The vampire-themed fantasy romance written by Stephenie Meyer was a hit on the big screen. But what if a reboot of "Twilight" were to happen? Will fans continueShow More Summary
Post by Laura Wattenberg. Want to drive the baby-naming public up the wall? Tell them you're naming your daughter Renesmee. Author Stephenie Meyer invented the name for the half-vampire child in her wildly popular Twilight series. In...Show More Summary
KRISTEN: So. STEPHENIE MEYER: So. KRISTEN: Imprinting, huh? STEPHENIE: Yup. KRISTEN: Care to talk through that one more time? STEPHENIE: Any interest in talking abut why you didn’t walk the red carpet and you’re hiding half your outfit behind the podium? KRISTEN: Nope. STEPHENIE: Ditto. KRISTEN: Fair play, Meyer. Fair play. Read More...
Kristen Stewart and Stephenie Meyer reunited to support female directors.
Kristen Stewart makes a special appearance on stage at Women in Film’s 2015 Crystal + Lucy Awards on Tuesday (June 16) at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Century City, Calif. The 25-year-old actress reunited with Stephenie Meyer, the author of the “Twilight” book series. The two stars were in attendance at the event to [...]
"Twilight" author Stephenie Meyer answers your burning questions about the The Storytellers: New Voices of Twilight Saga project and the future "Twilight" mini-movies.
The Twilight shorts directors have been announced, meaning fans are one step closer to the Facebook premiere. Author Stephanie Meyer recently announced the winners of The Storyteller – New Voices of the Twilight Saga contest. The six female directors have been selected to accompany the six stories that were picked in February. Show More Summary
Long before the best-seller lists were dominated by John Green, Veronica Roth, and Stephenie Meyer, there was S.E. Hinton. Her novel The Outsiders—written when Hinton was only 15—revolutionized the young adult publishing world, causing teenage readers to demand books that reflected the realities of their own lives. Show More Summary
Stephenie Meyer announces the fan-voted directors of the "Twilight" mini-movies, as well as yet another way you can be a part of the continuing "Twilight Saga."
E.L. James (pictured) has revealed in past interviews that Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight Saga served as the inspiration for the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy. How do the two hit book series compare to one another? The team at ClearFireTV.com...Show More Summary
Which authors do you admire most? The team at blinkbox books has created an infographic that examines the careers of several famous authors including J.K. Rowling, Stephenie Meyer, Meg Cabot, Stephen King, and Haruki Murakami. For each author that is listed on this image, their “breakthrough” novel is highlighted. Both Douglas Adams and J.R.R. Show More Summary
Would you like to hear the advice that Stephenie Meyer used to create Twilight, one of the bestselling books of all time? David Farland taught her and today he shares his advice on million dollar stories with you. In the introduction, I mention Mark Coker’s fantastic post about the realities for indie authors right now, […]
We learned a few weeks ago that Twilight would be returning with a series of short films. The project is called The Storytellers - New Voices of The Twilight Saga, and it actually sounds pretty cool. Author Stephenie Meyer, Kristen Stewart,...Show More Summary
Just when we thought that Teams Edward and Jacob were over, Lionsgate and author Stephenie Meyer are breathing new life into the “Twilight Saga.” According to the New York Times, a plan is underway to recruit five aspiring directorsShow More Summary
Lions Gate will host a contest for aspiring female directors to create short films based on characters from Stephenie Meyers’ Twilight saga. The participants will consult Meyers’ 2011 encyclopedic tome, The Twilight Saga: Official Illustrated...Show More Summary
After years of denial, our breaking news from 2011 and 2012 is confirmed officially today with the announcement that Lionsgate and “Twilight” author Stephenie Meyer are expanding the universe in short form. As part of its ongoing effort to enhance its diverse portfolio of premium content, Lionsgate is teaming with Facebook, the prestigious Women In […]
Interest in vampires may have waned since The Twilight Saga first hit it big, but Stephenie Meyer is about to bring the fanged ones back into the spotlight. The author and Lionsgate are giving at least five female directors each a chance to create a short Twilight film, to be showcased on Facebook. Show More Summary
Stephenie Meyer and Lionsgate are launching a contest to find new filmmakers and breathe new life into the franchise.
The idea that the world had seen its last Twilight movie was, apparently, too good to be true: The New York Times reports that the vampire franchise will live on via short films based on Stephenie Meyer's characters. Meyer and Lions Gate, which released the five films based on the...
Lionsgate has just announced that they'll be teaming with Twilight writer Stephenie Meyer to create a new slate of short film's based on characters from that universe. That's not their only ambition with the project, as they outlineShow More Summary