Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight franchise has permanently altered the landscape for both young adult fiction and supernatural romance. The author’s influence is going to continue even after The Twilight Saga concludes this Friday with Breaking Dawn – Part 2 (until the impending spinoff/reboot arrives, at least). However, we’re looking ahead to the next cinematic adaptation of Meyer’s literature: the sci-fi romance/alien invasion tale, The Host.
Host boasts an intriguing metaphysical sci-fi premise - one which was adapted for the screen and directed by Oscar-nominee Andrew Niccol (Gattaca, In Time) - headlined by Oscar-nominated teen actress Saoirse Ronan (Atonement, Hanna). Twilight fans will get to see the first full trailer attached to Breaking Dawn – Part 2, but it’s now available online for everyone to view (including, those who will be passing on the final chapter in Bella Swan’s story).
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- Sandy Schaefer
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