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
Twilight fans, rejoice! The franchise based on the novels by Stephenie Meyer continues in an upcoming series of short films put together by Facebook and Lionsgate Instead of telling an epic tale that picks up where the movies ended,Show More Summary
Two years after we thought "Twilight" was over for good, Lionsgate and series author Stephenie Meyer announced plans to find five aspiring female directors to create short films based on the "Twilight" characters. The project, titled...Show More Summary
5 female filmmakers will be chosen to continue 'The Twilight Saga', with short films judged by Kristen Stewart and author Stephenie Meyer. [...]
Lionsgate announced today it is teaming with Facebook, the prestigious Women In Film organization, the crowdsourcing platform Tongal and best-selling "Twilight Saga" author Stephenie Meyer to create and manage a social media campaign to develop and produce a series of short films directed by aspiring female filmmakers.
On Tuesday, Twilight writer Stephenie Meyer and Lions Gate announced that five female directors will be selected to make short films based on Twilight characters, which will then be screened on Facebook. The series, called "The Storytellers — New Creative Voices of The Twilight Saga," is backed by the organization Women... More »
Five features wasn't enough. Lionsgate said today that it is partnering with author Stephenie Meyer, Facebook, Women in Film and Tongal to launch a social media campaign to develop and produce short films by female filmmakers based on the characters in The Twilight Saga. Show More Summary
Yes, that Breaking Dawn. The one by Stephenie Meyer. This seems like such a strange thing to share. It has taken me a long time to be able to write about Juniper Junior’s birth; he is seven now, and it’s only in the past couple of years that I have found myself able to share my experience in any way... Read More
If you were a fan of easy-to-read horror and suspense during the halcyon days of your middle school youth, you will be devastated to learn that "Head Mary Sue" Stephenie Meyer has decided to go where no one invited her: Down the dark hall of producing films based on the work of Lois Duncan. God help us all. Read more...
Lionsgate is heading Down a Dark Hall with some huge names. Heat Vision reports that the studio will adapt Lois Duncan’s 1974 young-adult novel for the big screen, with Twilight author Stephenie Meyer producing. The best news is that Buried‘s Rodrigo Cortés is set to direct! “It follows Kit Gordy, a new student at the […]
'Twilight' author Stephenie Meyer is producing an adaptation of Lois Duncan's 'Down a Dark Hall', centering on a student confronting her powerful headmistress. [...]