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Friday night, Stephenie Meyer joined the cast and filmmakers of Austenland, the book-to-film adaptation of Shannon Hale's work of the same name which she produced, for its debut at Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. In the attached video interview with Hollywire, Meyer explained the biggest difference in producing this adaptation as opposed to The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 and The Host. "It was a lot more peaceful," she said. "There was so much more creative control in this kind of environment, where it was a really organic group. I mean, a group of women basically sitting down saying 'Hey, what would be funny?'" Since Austenland was her first producer role on a film which was not based on her own material, she also found it to be a little more relaxed for her. "You're not »

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