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Warning: For the three of you who clicked on this story without having read the books or seen the movies, spoilers ahead.SALT LAKE CITY — The author of the popular "Twilight" series has said she will not rule out the possibility of another installment in the series, although it's not likely to happen right now.
Meyer said at a press conference Thursday in Beverly Hills, Calif., she intends to write another book for now, but will not guarantee anything in the near future.
"I had planned out where it would go for a couple more books," she said, according to ABC News
Meyers said she was referring to the storyline involving Jake, the werewolf, and Renesmee, the vampire daughter of Bella and Edward, the story's main characters.
In "Breaking Dawn," Jake "imprints" on Renesmee — basically involuntarily choosing her as his soulmate. Since it happened at the end of the series, the storyline was never fully developed.
The author told reporters in Beverly Hills she may "write it out just for myself" someday.
The "Twilight" novels have sold nearly 120 million copies worldwide, and the four movies have grossed more than $2.5 billion worldwide. The fifth movie, the second installment of "Breaking Dawn," comes out Nov. 16.