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Bella's Got A Gun?! Stephenie Meyer Talks Early Versions Of The Twilight Movie Script And MORE On Jimmy Kimmel!

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Who needs the likes of Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner running around and promoting their new movie Breaking Dawn - Part 2?!

Apparently, all one needs to get the Twi-Hards going is the presence of the original series author Stephenie Meyer!

The creator of all things Bella, Edward, and vampire sparkles appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live this weekend to promote the final film adaptation of her wildly successful books, and not only discussed how her multi-million dollar success would never have come without the goading of her older sister, but the publishers who must be kicking themselves for turning down her manuscript and the novel's ORIGINAL title!

Ch-ch-check it all out (above)!

But that is FAR from all!

Hear how Bella could have been caught up in speedboat chases while wielding weapons in the original script for the film adaptation in Twilight…AFTER THE JUMP!!!

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4 comments to “Bella's Got A Gun?! Stephenie Meyer Talks Early Versions Of The Twilight Movie Script And MORE On Jimmy Kimmel!”



  1. 1

    I wish she'd at least finish Midnight Sun. Edward's POV is my favorite and very interesting.



  2. 2

    She may be a financial success, but her books are poorly written crappola! I let my children read them, but also had them read the books that inspired Stephanie Meyer, Jane Eyre, Romeo and Juliet, Wuthering Heights, now those are spectacular books, whose authors live on as if immortal, even though they didn't get rich. What a concept!



  3. 3

    Re: Millicent Poodlesmith – Agree! Her books are illiterati!!



  4. 4

    Her books are garbage, but all that matters in the US now is $$$! Her books sold, so she's a hero! In the beginning of the "franchise" they didn't send Stephenie Meyer out very often, because she was not able to articulate effectively why the books were so popular. Now, I guess it doesn't matter. She was lucky, hope it doesn't go to her head, she can't write for shit!