Stephenie Meyer may have altered some pages of “Life And Death: Twilight Reimagined” had she known earlier about Kristen Stewart’s gender-swap prediction early on. The author herself made the revelation just a few days ago.
As reported by The Hollywood Reporter , the “Twilight” author said she may have added something on the back page of her bonus book if she just knew earlier what the Bella Swan actress had said about the characters.
“I was talking to Josh Horowitz when I was at New York Comic Con,” Stephenie Meyer started to tell the source above. “He told me that Kristen Stewart did an interview a while back and gave a great quote, ‘People wouldn’t be asking these questions if I were a boy who’d done all the same choices. You’d be talking about what a brave thing it was for him to give it all up for love.'”
“And I thought that was so interesting – I wish I’d known about it, I would’ve put it on the back of the book,” she continued.
This is not the first time that the “Twilight” creator was stunned and wondered how some things might have changed in the past had she known about the Bella Swan actress’ gender-swap prediction of sorts.
“It would have been interesting to know that she said that because we could have had a whole conversation on that,” she told MTV during a chat about ” Life And Death: Twilight Reimagined.”
As uncovered by the source above in a 2012 interview with Hollywood.com, the Bella Swan actress thought people would have looked at her character differently had she been a boy.
“I think if you were to swap the roles, if you were to have Edward and Bella be [switched], people would find him to be so courageous,” the Bella Swan actress explained .
Stephenie Meyer released “Life And Death: Twilight Reimagined” more than two weeks ago as a bonus to the 10th anniversary version of the first book in the series. Kristen Stewart’s gender-swap prediction was revealed a day after the book release.