Quoting Jack Morrissey, a producer of Twilight Breaking Dawn 1 and 2
June 2, 2003.
Fourteen years ago this morning, a woman woke from a powerful romantic dream involving two characters in a meadow. Soon she would become a novelist, who would birth a saga that changed our world.
The heart of everything that came after that morning remains this simple, elemental dream of a vampire boy and a human girl. Read what author Stephenie Meyer wrote about it here:
The course of my life - like so many of yours reading this - has been profoundly altered by this woman, her dream, the fact that she had the wisdom to write it down, and the fortitude to keep writing.
As we say in the small town of Forks, Washington, where she set her epic, Thank you, Stephenie. Forever.
Here's the filmed adaptation of the Meadow Scene from the first film of The Twilight Saga - Twilight - starring Robert Pattinson as Edward Cullen and Kristen Stewart as Bella Swan, and directed by Catherine Hardwicke.