First Movie Poster for Stephanie Meyer’s ‘The Host’

Okay, so you’ve seen the first teaser trailer for Stephanie Meyer’s book ‘The Host’ turned movie right? If not, here it is. Now the first poster for the movie has hit the web and we have it for you. Check it out!

The poster features actress Saoirse Ronan who has some major craziness with her eye going on. The movie isn’t due out in theaters until March 29, 2013, which feels like a freaking long time, but at least we have the last Twilight film release to look forward to!

The Host summary: “One soul, the Wanderer, is fused with a captured human named Melanie Stryder, in an attempt to locate the last pocket of surviving humans on Earth.”

The sci-fi thriller stars Diane Kruger, Saoirse Ronan, Max Irons, Jake Abel, William Hurt and Frances Fisher.

Stephanie Meyer’s “The Host” Teaser Trailer

A teaser trailer for Stephanie Meyer’s “The Host” has been released. The Twilight author had great success with her first book to film adaptation and we hope she has the same success with this one!

Have you read The Host?

The film premieres on March 29, 2013. According to the IMDB, the plot summary reads: “One soul, the Wanderer, is fused with a captured human named Melanie Stryder, in an attempt to locate the last pocket of surviving humans on Earth.”

The sci-fi thriller stars Diane Kruger, Saoirse Ronan, Max Irons, Jake Abel, William Hurt and Frances Fisher.

Check out the teaser trailer below.

Stephanie Meyer’s “The Host” Coming to Theaters March 29, 2013

Stephanie Meyer‘s only non-Twilight project – The Host – is set to arrive in theaters March 29, 2013. The Host is her best-selling 2008 science-fiction novel.

EW has learned that the all important role of Jared Howe will be played by 26-year-old actor Max Irons. He was last seen in this year’s Little Red Riding Hood. He joins Saoirse Ronan, who will play Melanie Stryder.

The film is set to begin shooting in Louisiana February 2012, followed by New Mexico.

Book description: In this tantalizing SF thriller, planet-hopping parasites are inserting their silvery centipede selves into human brains, curing cancer, eliminating war and turning Earth into paradise. But some people want Earth back, warts and all, especially Melanie Stryder, who refuses to surrender, even after being captured in Chicago and becoming a host for a soul called Wanderer. Melanie uses her surviving brain cells to persuade Wanderer to help search for her loved ones in the Arizona desert. When the pair find Melanie’s brother and her boyfriend in a hidden rebel cell led by her uncle, Wanderer is at first hated. Once the rebels accept Wanderer, whom they dub Wanda, Wanda’s whole perspective on humanity changes. While the straightforward narrative is short on detail about the invasion and its stunning aftermath, it shines with romantic intrigue, especially when a love triangle (or quadrangle?!) develops for Wanda/Melanie.