Stephenie Meyer is back with another supernatural thriller.
The author of the Twilight book series-turned-popular movie franchise is getting into the small screen game, executive producing a new series for Starz, which is set to air next year.
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The Rook, based on the novel of the same name by Daniel O’Malley, follows a woman named Myfanwy and her work in a secret government organization tasked with defending against supernatural forces.
Meanwhile, Twilight star Robert Pattinson talked about his experience shooting the films that made him a household name on Howard Stern's SiriusXM radio show this week, admitting that the frenzied fandom for the franchise led to his "kind of" -- his words -- fiancee, FKA Twigs, facing some racist attacks online.
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"It's one of the most frustrating things in the world, because you want to be able to do that [show PDA], but to get kind of stuck in a position where, like, you have to make the decision ... Do you want to let, kind of, crazy people in, because for whatever reason with Twilight, there's like, a crack troop of crazies who think every decision you're making is creating some kind of conspiracy," he said. "And so you kind of think, to protect it, I want to create a big boundary between it, but then it makes it difficult for your actual relationship."
Watch the video below for more of his interview.