Stephenie Meyer Interview with Andrew Freund

Plagiarism suit against Stephenie Dismissed


Author Jordan Scott claimed Stephenie Meyer plagiarized parts of her Breaking Dawn book from Scott’s book The Nocturne. Well the case has been dismissed.

Meyer’s publisher, Hachette Book Group, released the following statement:

“In his ruling, [Judge Otis D. Wright II] stated that the two works have little in common and that the ‘characters in the two works are vastly different.’ The decision admonishes Scott for ‘the deceptive presentation of the alleged similarities’ and notes that she ‘has twice manipulated aspects of the subject works in order to create the appearance of similarity.’ While an attempt to ride on someone else’s success may not be surprising, it is encouraging that the courts and the public are not so easily misled. This judgment confirms what we have known all along — Breaking Dawn is a wholly original work by Stephenie Meyer and this was a frivolous lawsuit brought for the purposes of publicizing the plaintiff’s personal publishing aspirations. Hachette Book Group and Stephenie Meyer are pleased to be able to put this case behind us.”

Well duh!!! We all know Stephenie didn’t plagiarize!!

Source: EW

Stephenie Meyer Female Force Comic

MTV’s Hollywood Crush has this great little video where they narrate from the pages of the Female Force Comic about Stephenie Meyer.

It’s kinda Cool!!

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Stephenie Interview on Red Carpet

Access Hollywood has an interview with Stephenie Meyer on the red carpet of the New Moon Premiere.

Stephenie updates site with answers to Fan Questions


Stephenie Meyer has updated her site with answers to questions submitted by fans from

Read all the questions and answers on Stephenie’s site here.

Here is an excerpt:

After seeing Twilight the movie you mentioned that you wish you had thought of Bella catching a glimpse of Edward watching her sleep and thinking it was only a dream. Are there any new moments in the New Moon movie that you thought…I wish I had thought of that? Miss having you around the fandom, Nicole B. (Cocoa) Crestwood, KY

Hey Cocoa! I miss you guys, too! Hope you’re well!

New Moon stays closer to the novel, so there aren’t a lot of scenes that aren’t closely related to the book. I am a little sad that my action movie—Crosshairs—is so generically titled. I like the name of the action movie they used for the film (they couldn’t use Crosshairs because there is a movie named Crosshairs somewhere out there). It makes me laugh every time Kristen says it.

Also (and I don’t consider this a spoiler because you’ve seen the trailers) there is a bit of a fight sequence in the Volturi tower now that isn’t there in the book. At first, I had some resistance to this idea because in my mythology, if you start a fight with the Volturi, your story ends right there. It would have been kind of a bummer to have Edward, Bella, and Alice slaughtered in Volterra and no happy reunion scene (and no Eclipse or Breaking Dawn). But I worked with Melissa Rosenberg (the screen writer) and Summit until we came up with a solution that made sense with the story but also gave them the visual action they needed. And now that it’s all put together and beautiful, I love it and kind of wish Felix had gotten his moment in the book. interviews Kellan and Stephenie

3 has video interviews with Kellan Lutz and Stephenie Meyer.

Watch Kellan’s interview here.

Watch video interviews with Stephenie Meyer here and here.

Stephenie Meyer on Oprah

Thanks Alice!!!

Collider Interviews with Cast

Collider has interviews with multiple members of the New Moon Cast.

Read Kristen Stewart’s interview here.
Read Robert Pattinson’s Interview here.
Read Taylor Lautner’s Interview here.
Read Chris Weitz interview here.

Below you can see Collider’s on set video interviews with Stephenie Meyer, Michael Sheen, Dakota Fanning, Ashley Greene and Director Chris Weitz.

Stephenie Meyer On Set Video Interview

Ashley Greene On Set Video Interview

Dakota Fanning On Set Video Interview

Michael Sheen On Set Video Interview

Chris Weitz On Set Video Interview

Stephenie updates site – she’s gonna be on Oprah

by on November 7, 2009
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Stephenie Meyer has updated her official site. Read it below. She’s gonna be on Oprah!!!!

Hi everybody!

I wanted to apprise you all of a few upcoming things.

You know I’ve been doing the hermit thing this last year, in so far as media is concerned, and I’m not changing that now, but I am making an exception. I’m doing this for a good reason: I am so pleased and amazed and thrilled with what Chris Weitz has done with New Moon that I want to talk about it, and to show my support for him. And since I’m only doing one interview, better make it big. Really big. So….I will be on The Oprah Winfrey Show on Friday, November 13th. Check the local listings on Oprah’s website to find out what time it will be on where you live.

Of course, most of the questions for Oprah will be designed for a broader audience than just die-hard Twilight fans, and I imagine people who read this site and other fansites will already know most of the answers. To rectify this, I’m going to answer your more specific questions on-line. The official Twilight Saga website ( will be taking any New Moon movie-related questions you might have for me, and then I’ll answer those most frequently asked. I’ll post the answers on the Twilight Saga website and also here on my own site. Questions can be submitted to from noon (Eastern Standard Time) on Monday, November 9th through noon Tuesday, November 10th. The answers will be posted Monday, November 16th—or New Moon Premiere Day, as it is known around my house. (Details about submitting the questions will be posted first thing Monday morning at, you can also get more information below.)

I’m so very excited that you’ll all get to see New Moon in just two weeks! Then you’ll see what I’m going on about. Until then, think up some good questions for me.


Thanks Betsy!!

Stephenie Meyer Female Force Comic Book


The L.A. Times has an article on Stephenie Meyer’s Female Force Comic Book. In the article we get a look at another page from the comic.

You can read the entire article here.

Here is an excerpt from the article:

The book also includes the history of Forks, Wash., — the town where her stories take place. The addendum was informative and actually a nice bit of trivia for Twihards: Did you know that the city of Forks was almost destroyed by a fire in 1951? Makes you wonder if a vampire-werewolf skirmish spilled out into the public…or not.

Check out one of my previous posts here to see more pages from the comic.

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