Tuesday, 16 December 2008

Twilight fever strikes again?

Is Twilight fever about to hit us again?

Stephenie Meyer, author of the very fashionable vampire series, "Twilight," is desperately trying to set fan’s minds at rest over the sequel film, 'New Moon'. She assures fans that it is in a safe pair of hands with the film's new director.

The author dealt with concerned fans on her website on Monday, urging them to put their trust in the director, Chris Weitz.

"I'm excited to work with Chris and I think he brings a lot to the table," Stephanie wrote on her website. "I'm really looking forward to seeing his vision for 'New Moon.'"

Not faithful

The fear of many fans is that under new direction the screen adaptation of the sequel would not stay faithful to the story line, and that the second film would be entirely different to the hugely profitable 'Twilight.'

Meyers was adamant it would. "He is also very aware of you, the fans, and wants to keep you all extremely happy," she said. "Torches and pitchforks are not going to be necessary."

After the debacle over her latest book – where some fans demanded their money back - and the fuss over her so-called stolen manuscript, the last thing Ms. Meyer wants is for the film version to fall flat ….

It takes little for disappointed fans to turn elsewhere….

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