Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past decade or so, you’ve probably heard of The Twilight Saga. This series of young adult novels, followed by movies starring Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, became one of the most successful franchises in history – with some of the most loyal fans in the world. But you can’t write such an elaborate fantasy saga like Twilight, without making readers wonder about some things.
Fans were left with some unanswered questions about the saga, and one question in particular – how did Edward, a vampire, manage to get human Bella pregnant in Breaking Dawn? It seems impossible, but apparently there’s a simple explanation to that. We’re here to give you the full answer to this question, as well as some other things that have been bothering fans for years now.
[post_page_title]Why is it called Twilight anyway?[/post_page_title]
Many people spent years of their lives either obsessing about Twilight, or making fun of it. Regardless of what side you’re actually on, have you ever stopped to wonder why the franchise was called Twilight in the first place? Well, apparently there was quite a bit of debating before choosing the title.
The first book of the saga was actually named Forks at first – not a great title. Stephenie Meyer’s agent advised her to change the title, so they tried to come up with a better one – and Twilight was one of the “atmosphere words” sent between the two. Stephenie admits it isn’t the perfect title, but she also isn’t sure there’s a better one out there.
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