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STEPHENIE MEYER ANSWERS YOUR MOVIE QUESTIONS!

Stephenie Meyer

Got a question about the New Moon movie for Stephenie Meyer? Who doesn’t!?! In celebration of the upcoming release of the New Moon movie (out November 20th), Stephenie is answering your movie questions. Members of TheTwilightSaga.com* will be able to submit questions starting at noon (EST) on Monday, November 9th through noon (EST) on Tuesday, November 10th. Instructions on where to submit questions will be posted at noon on Monday. DO NOT post questions as a comment to this post, they will not be submitted.

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Comment by Deborah Sweeney on November 9, 2009 at 12:57pm
Hi Stephenie, in Venezuela we love your work, I´ve come to belive that the only way a man can love a women is after his 100 years old!!! I have no doubts about the saga, the things that aren´t said makes a highway for imagination.
But I have a request, please....... finish Midnight Sun!!!
Comment by twilightmomlg on November 9, 2009 at 12:46pm
Twilightsaga.com is an awesome website and the OlderWomens Group is the best group on the site. Thank you for taking our questions.
Comment by Birgit on November 9, 2009 at 12:25pm
Hi Stephenie, my name is Birgit and I am from Austria.
I have a question about Breaking Dawn. On page 119 Bella finds a note from Edward and on that note it says “I've just gone to the mainland to hunt.” Now I wonder why he bothers to go to the mainland. Wouldn't it take less time, if he just hunt in the water? Do vampires don't like sharks or is there another reason why he goes to the mainland?

Thank you for everything, your books are amazing.
Love, Birgit
Comment by beatriz on November 9, 2009 at 12:12pm
le agradezco la imaginacion que tiene para crear ese mundo tan maravilloso. Me he leido la saga de crepusculo minimo 10 veces( no exagero) me gustaria saber cuando continuara con sol de media noche. nosotros no tenemos culpa.ahora me estoy leyendo The host porfavor no deje de escribir. un cordial saludo de una fan. ¿cuando sabremos los pensamientos de Edwar?
Comment by Kathy Schroeder on November 9, 2009 at 12:12pm
Stephanie I am curious if in your character development of Bella if you ever explored if she has family ties to the Quilette people through her Fathers side. We know that Bella didn't know her Paternal Grandparents very well or at all. Subtle things about Bella like her almost clairvoyant dreams and observations of others around her; the fact that the "rust and salt" smell of blood is overwhelming to her; Bella's magnetic attraction to Jacob to which Bella addresses she loves him "as a brother". Bella seems in some ways to be as mystical and enigmatic as the Quilette shape shifters. Do you think that if Bella had not found Edward and become connected or changed with him in such an immeasurable and limitless manner that she and Jacob may have imprinted? So then my next question jumps ahead to Jacob and Renesmee; How could they even imprint on each other if there was no family relation between Bella and the Quilettes? Especially when you consider that Vampires and "Werewolves" are mortal enemies. I was surprised that Jacob and Renesmee were capable of imprinting unless there is more association through Renesmee's human half, than is portrayed. So is there an association? If so, what is it?
Comment by Candace James Johonnot on November 9, 2009 at 12:08pm
Dear Stephanie,
I just want to say how much I love your work. I have now read your entire Twilight Saga and your novel The Host at least three times now since discovering it back in March of this year. I can honestly thank you for helping me overcome a three year bout of writers block. I believe it is your character development that inspired me. I have never read any novel with a cast of characters with so much depth, your work is inspiring to me, thank you.
I do have a question in regards to New Moon, were you able to have the same involvement in the creation of this movie as you did Twilight? I saw from your interview on the Twilight DVD that you worked very closely with Catherine Hardwick, did you have the same working relationship with Chris Wise?
What was Your favorite seen in the movie?
One of my least favorite things about books being turned into movies is that they have to change a lot of the book and leave a lot of the content out to make a "better movie" What did you dislike the most about finish product of New Moon? What would you change about it if you could?
My next question I ask is in regards to your project, Midnight Sun. I empathize with you over the whole situation. And encourage you to keep writing. I hope that your love for your characters and your appreciation of your fans you will keep going, and that you will be able to finish it. I would love to be able to see the completed story from Edward's point of view, because as a character, he completely fascinates me.
My last question, if you can answer is, what is next for you? (as much as I hope Midnight Sun is on your list) I am curious what your next step is? Are you going to be writing a sequel to The Host? Are you going to continue the Twilight Saga? Are you done writing about Jacob and Renesmee? What about the rest of the Cullens, and the Quillettes?
Thank you again for your hard work, and for sharing your gift with the rest of the world.
Candace, from Sacramento California
Comment by Juliehistorian on November 9, 2009 at 12:05pm
Will you (please, please, please!) finish Midnight Sun? And could you also write the other 3 books from Edward's perspective? I'm a YA author, too, and your writing has inspired me to write my best work. Thank you so much! The Twilight world is one of my favorites.
Comment by Hailey Morgan on November 9, 2009 at 12:02pm
Hi!

I have a question. It's about the Host. I'm a little scared about who the characters are gunna be and what the set looks like. See, I have the cave where they all live and all of the characters pictured in my head. I'm afraid that they will not stick to your descriptions. Do you have any knowledge that they will or will not? If so, please share. :)

I have one more question (sorry :)). Will you be finishing Midnight Sun? That was such an amazing story and I read the first like, ten chapters when you posted them many months ago. Now I've noticed that you only have chapter one up. I feel special :D
Okay, so, yeah, it would be great if you could answer those questions! Thanks. I've read your books literally over 30 times each. I love them all!
Comment by Leanne on November 9, 2009 at 12:02pm
Dear Stephenie!
First of all, I must say thank you, Thank you for creating the most amazing story in the all WROLD! The story I can't get out of my mind for two years now, Thank U thank U thank U!!!

Now, my question is: What do you think about the proposal scene? Was it like you imagend it? And what did you think about Rob Kris' act in this movie? Was it better then Twilight?

If you will answers these questions, I'll really appreciate it!
You are an amzing writer, Stephenie, and I'm looking forward to read more of your books. :)
Comment by Amy Morton on November 9, 2009 at 12:01pm
Hey stephenie!! my friend and i were discussing twilight stuff (as usual) and then we ended up speaking about mking a twilight ice cream called "TWILIGHT DELIGHT" you heard it here first :D xx

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