Just wanted to clear up a little rumor making the rounds. I have absolutely no issues with anyone at Lionsgate. Far from being a negative thing, it's actually a very nice feeling to know that both Lionsgate and Summit would like to make another Twilight movie if I were ever to write another Twilight book. So, thanks for the support, Lionsgate and Summit. I look forward to working for the first time with new friends at Lionsgate and working again with my old friends at Summit!
So many great Twilight bits to tell you about, that we're putting them all in this catch-up post.
First off, Variety film editor Josh Dickey says Stephenie Meyer really didn't appreciate Lionsgate's comments about making more Twilight films:
As long as we’re on topic: Stephenie Meyer was deeply annoyed that LG brass said they’d do more TWILIGHT pics. She has no such intention.
That puts that issue to rest. So what almost pisses off Rob when talking about the saga? we learned that answer in this new/old interview with Kristen, from the Breaking Dawn promo (at 8:45).
The Austrian version of "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" gave a shoutout to Twilight. (Thanks Spunk Ransom).
Bombay Bicycle Club recently spoke about their moment in the spotlight thanks to being chosen for the Breaking Dawn soundtrack. But it wasn't all that they imagined.
Seeing a decline in tourism, the city of Forks is considering a Twilight Museum and hosting Twilight weddings to attract visitors to the area.
Our favorite story in the past week however, came when we read this interview with Twilight books narrator Ilyana Kadushin:
I think it was between the 2nd and 3rd audio book coming out that I started getting fan letters and they came from every country around the globe. Fans wrote from Asia, Eastern Europe, Australia, the Middle East, everywhere … it really blew my mind. I even received letters from soldiers in Afghanistan. I realized then just how widespread this series had become.
Soldiers in Afghanistan.. Godspeed.