‘Twilight’ star Nikki Reed returns to screenwriting
Actress Nikki Reed reveals her interest in writing a screenplay and a novel.
With the success of Twilight, many of us have forgotten that Nikki Reed first gained recognition back in 2003 when she co-wrote and starred in Catherine Hardwicke’s highly-acclaimed indie flick, Thirteen, with Evan Rachel Wood.
In a recent interview with TheFABlife, Reed explains that her true passion is writing, which she intends to pursue post-Twilight.
“I’m working on a screenplay now… It’s not autobiographical, but it’s based on a distant, distant family member,” Reed begins.
“And I’m writing music with Paul, and I write on my blog all the time. And I’m thinking about a novel idea right now, so writing is probably my number one priority.”
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