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The Host to become a Movie!

By afterthebite · September 23, 2009 · 0 Comments · ·

Stephenie Meyer today confirms that there's a deal in the works for her novel The Host to be made into a motion picture.

Hey guys, great news! The Host is on its way to the big screen:
I'm so excited to be working with Nick Weschler, and Steve and Paula Mae Schwartz to bring The Host to a visual format. They've all been a dream to work with, so lovely and collaborative, and I feel like we're in a really good place to make a great movie together. And then to have Andrew Niccol writing and directing? Truly awesome. If you've never seen Gattaca, go watch it now. One of my favorite movies of all time. It's such a great example of character driven science fiction, which is ideal for The Host, no? I'm having an absolute blast imagining different dream casts, which I would post if people didn't take my silly blogs so seriously these days. I'm looking forward to seeing the cast lists you come up with in the fansite forums, and if any of them match mine. So, very exciting. Yay Host!
XO
Steph

Watch the latest New Moon trailers (with Volturi!)

By afterthebite · September 21, 2009 · 0 Comments · ·

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Drew Barrymore to direct the Eclipse movie?

By afterthebite · March 4, 2009 · 0 Comments · ·

Will Drew Barrymore be the next director in the Twilight movie saga? Rumors from Entertainment Weekly are that the actress/director will be in charge of Eclipse movie.

As Summit Entertainment looks to lock in a director for the third installment of the Twilight series, Eclipse, the company is talking to a select group of directors -- including actress-turned-helmer Drew Barrymore, EW has learned. While this news may come as a surprise to some, Barrymore did just finish work on her directorial debut, Whip It! starring Ellen Page. Neither Summit nor Barrymore's reps would comment for this story.

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It's Cheaper to Film in Canada

By afterthebite · February 28, 2009 · 0 Comments · ·

This article by Oregon Business Magazine outlines why filming for the Twilight sequel, New Moon, will take place in Vancouver, British Columbia, instead of Oregon or Washington.

Porter says filmmakers were partly concerned that Oregon wouldn’t have the production resources to support two Twilight sequels being made back-to-back. The lower Canadian dollar also made filming in British Columbia cheaper.

Estimates show that $20 million was spent in the state of Oregon during the filming of Twilight.

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New Moon logo is here!

By afterthebite · February 25, 2009 · 0 Comments · ·

Summit Entertainment recently unveiled the official artwork for the upcoming New Moon movie, based on the Stephenie Meyer novel. 

Looks great if you ask us!

Take the Virtual Tour!



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