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Stephenie Meyer Says New Twilight Novel Is Just Bonus Material: 'This Is Not a Real Book, and I Am Totally Aware'
Originally posted 10/09/2015 11:20AM
Plot twist! Stephenie Meyer's new, gender-swapped Twilight novel isn't a real book. At least, according to Meyer herself.
Originally posted 10/06/2015 12:15PM
Surprise! Twilight is back! But it's not the story Twihards remember.
Originally posted 10/01/2014 01:10PM
Could Twilight fans see Bella and Edward have more kids? Or Jacob and Renesmee marry? Possibly.
Originally posted 03/28/2013 12:30PM
Stephenie Meyer is showing off a svelte shape thanks to a switch-up in her cardio routine.
"I used to be more an elliptical-and-weights girl but I've started running in the last year and I hate it and love it at the same time," the Twilight author told PEOPLE at the New York premiere of The Host, a new film based on her 2008 science-fiction romance novel.
"It's one of those weird things, there's nothing really like it," she added when asked about her weight loss.
Originally posted 03/21/2013 11:30AM
Twilight author Stephenie Meyer has a new movie – and an even more dramatic new look!
Wearing a floral dress, a black cardigan and bold red lipstick, Meyer, 39, showed off her dramatic weight loss at Tuesday's Hollywood premiere of The Host, based on her 2008 science-fiction romance novel.
"It's kind of an alien love story," director Andrew Niccol has told PEOPLE.
Originally posted 06/06/2010 04:00PM
Can't wait for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse to hit theatres? Author Stephenie Meyer says she's got the perfect solution for fans hoping get their Twilight fix before June 30: Dig into the series' latest novel.
Before rushing to see Eclipse, Meyer says Twi-Hards might enjoy reading The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner: An Eclipse Novella, the fifth installment, which follows one of Eclipse's newborn vampires.
"Knowing that elements of Bree's story were being incorporated into Eclipse, I hoped the story could somehow get out first," she says about the 192-page spin-off hitting bookstore shelves on Saturday. (It will also be available for free online at breetanner.com from June 7 to July 5).
Originally posted 04/29/2010 09:30AM
After months of speculation and rumor, Bill Condon will take the helm as director of the much-anticipated Breaking Dawn, the fourth and final chapter of the Twilight saga.
Summit Entertainment officially announced the deal Wednesday, ending several months of rumored names, which included heavy hitters Gus Van Sant and Sofia Coppola, MTV reports.
"I'm very excited to get the chance to bring the climax of this saga to life onscreen," the Oscar-nominated Condon said in a statement. "As fans of the series know, this is a one-of-a-kind book – and we're hoping to create an equally unique cinematic experience."
Originally posted 03/30/2010 02:30PM
Twilight fans thirsting for more were heartbroken when author Stephenie Meyer announced she would no longer be publishing Midnight Sun, the story of Twilight as told through the eyes of undead leading man Edward Cullen.
But on Tuesday the best-selling author revealed plans to add a different fifth installment to The Twilight Saga – The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner, a novella following one of Eclipse's newborn vampires.
"Her story is a nice complement to Eclipse," Meyer wrote on her official Web site. "It explains a lot of the things that Bella never knew.
Originally posted 08/28/2009 09:00AM
Prepare to be scared.
In New Moon, the second installment in Stephenie Meyer's wildly popular Twilight saga, readers are first introduced to the ancient ruling class of vampires known as the Volturi. Determined to capture their creepy menace for his screen version opening Nov. 20, New Moon director Chris Weitz has given them custom-crafted blood-red eyes.
"They're all hand-painted, specially manufactured contacts," Weitz tells PEOPLE. "They're opaque red, almost like preying mantis eyes. You can't really see into them. There's something terribly off-putting about it."
Originally posted 12/15/2008 06:20PM
Twilight author Stephenie Meyer tells fans that "torches and pitchforks" won't be necessary in dealing with Chris Weitz, the new director who will helm the sequel to the wildly popular vampire franchise.
"I'm excited to work with Chris and I think he brings a lot to the table," Meyer writes in a post on her Web site aimed at calming the fears of fans upset that Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke won't be back for the next movie.
Weitz, who has directed About a Boy and The Golden Compass, was tapped last week to replace Hardwicke in directing the sequel, New Moon.
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