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- Twilight‘s Summit Entertainment is hoping lightening strikes twice when it comes to YA novels: The studio has nabbed the rights to Julie Cross’ yet-to-be-published trilogy, Tempest, which follows a teen who jumps back in time two years before his girlfriend is murdered. [The Wrap]
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