5 February 2013 8:42 PM, PST | Beyond Hollywood | See recent Beyond Hollywood news »

Spunky teenage heroine? Check. A love triangle with two hunky hunks? Double check. Supernatural shenanigans? Triple check. A series of Young Adult books ripe for a movie franchise? Ding ding ding! Say hello to “Fallen”, the latest franchise wannabe geared at luring all those sweet, sweet “Twilight” money that Bella and her two hunky hunks lured into their four-movie franchise so well. “Twilight” may be gone and done, but the race to replace it has only heated up. Lauren Kate’s “Fallen” is the newest contender to enter the very crowded field, and it’s attached “Shine” director Scott Hicks to direct. The film will adapt “Fallen”, the first of a four-book series that follows a spunky heroine as she navigates love and the supernatural in the South: Billed as a Southern gothic supernatural romance, Fallen revolves around 17-year-old Lucinda “Luce” Price, who is sent to a reform school in Savannah, »

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