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Will there be more ‘Twilight?’ Stephanie Meyer answers

Will there be more ‘Twilight?’ Stephanie Meyer answers

Author Stephanie Meyer reveals what's next for the "Twilight" series. Photo: Associated Press

“Twilight” author Stephanie Meyer has answered questions from fans about more books in the series. She says it’s time to move on.

In an interview with Variety, Meyer says she gets “further away every day” from the book and film series.

“I am so over it,” she says. “For me, it’s not a happy place to be.”

She might be over it, yes, but what about the millions of fans who want more?

“What I would probably do is three paragraphs on my blog saying which of the characters died,” she says, adding, “I’m interested in spending time in other worlds.”

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