If you listen to Summit Entertainment (and now Lionsgate exec) Rob Friedman, the only way we're getting more Twilight movies beyond The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 is if Stephenie Meyer writes more books. "If she (Meyer) wishes to do it, we'll be there to support her," Friedman said during an investors meeting, alluding to the fact that Meyer would have to pen more stories for them to adapt. Which seems fair -- they're her characters, after all -- though something tells us it won't be difficult for them to convince her to help them out. And they could definitely use her help -- anything Meyer pens just extends their franchise to the bookstore, where it's just as lucrative. Plus the Twilight fanbase are loyal to her, and so their key to more Twilight sits in her hands. No word yet on what they may already have planned, but character spin-offs -- both on the big and small screen -- are most likely in the works as we speak.
Meanwhile, those Twi-hards itching for a piece of Breaking Dawn, Part 2 will get it when the trailer premieres before The Hunger Games this March 23, marking the first major cross-promotional opportunity for Summit and Lionsgate since the two joined forces.
Would you like to see Meyer pen more stories they can adapt into movies or TV shows, or do you feel Twilight should end for good with Breaking Dawn, Part 2?