No, I'm talking about Stephenie Meyer's involvement in bringing Lois Duncan's young-adult suspense novel Down a Dark Hall to life as a feature film.
First published in 1974, Down a Dark Hall is a story about Kit Gordy, a young girl who attends an exclusive boarding school where she is one of only four students. Other Lois Duncan adaptations include I Know What You Did Last Summer and Hotel For Dogs.
This project will be Meyer's second project through Fickle Fish Films, a production company she created alongside Meghan Hibbett has a vehicle to create literature-related films and media. Fickle Fish's first project, an adaptation of Shannon Hale's Austenland, is currently in post-production.
I'm thinking it's time I stop holding my breath for a sequel to The Host. What do you think?