“Twilight” fans may not be ready to move on after the release of “Breaking Dawn: Part 2,” but the books' author, Stephenie Meyer, sure is.
In an interview with “Variety” to discuss her latest film, “Austenland,” and it appears that Meyer isn’t optimistic about returning to the franchise that made her famous, with the films alone garnering more than $3 billion worldwide.
“I get further away ever day. I am so over it,” she said. “For me, it’s not a happy place to be.”
When pushed further about whether she had left that world behind for good, Meyer responded, “Not completely. What I would probably do is three paragraphs on my blog saying which of the characters died.”
Instead, she’s focusing on being a mom, figuring out her next writing project and promoting her new movie, which stars Keri Russell as a woman who heads to a Jane Austen-themed retreat in hopes of finding love and is out in limited release this week.