It seems that the era of love triangles, toxic love, and centuries-old vampires is coming back as Lionsgate Television starts developing a new adaptation of Twilight, this time as a series. The Hollywood Reporter broke the news and also stated that the author Stephenie Meyer is in talks to return in some capacity with Wyck Godfrey and former Lionsgate Motion Picture Group co-president Erik Feig attached to the project as executive producers.
If you were a teenager or of any age for that matter in the 2000s you definitely know what Twilight is about. The first Twilight book came out in 2005 and followed a high school named Bella, who has recently moved to town to live with her father in Forks, Washington. After starting at a new school Bella becomes interested in a mysterious student named Edward Cullen, who is a vampire and so is his whole family. Throughout the story, Bella becomes an important part of the Cullen family.
Twilight was also adapted into a highly successful film franchise earning over $3.4 billion worldwide, which followed the rest of the books in the Twilight book series including New Moon, Eclipse, and Breaking Dawn. The last part of the book was divided into two parts for the film series. In Twilight film the role of Bella and Edward was played by Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson. The films also starred Billy Burke, Peter Facinelli, Sarah Clarke, Taylor Lautner, Kellan Lutz, Jackson Rathbone, Booboo Stewart, Ashley Greene, Nikkie Reed, and many more.
As the Twilight series is in its early stages of development there is not much news on what will happen in the story or who will star in it or when will it come out. But as time passes the news will be readily available on CinemaBlind.