Keith Staskiewicz
January 25, 2011 AT 07:20 PM EST

Image Credit: Kimberly FrenchThe upcoming cinematic reinvention of the classic fairy tale, starring Amanda Seyfried as the crimson-caped protagonist, looks to be a long, long way from Grandma’s house and a lot closer to the violent psycho-sexuality of those fraternal creeps, the Brothers Grimm. While the script was written for the screen, Little, Brown Books for Young Readers is releasing a novelized adaptation in advance of the film — today, in fact — written by first-time author Sarah Blakley-Cartwright. Blakley-Cartwright, Red Riding Hood director Catherine Hardwicke, and screenwriter David Johnson discuss the film and the writing process in some exclusive clips, featured in the enhanced e-book edition of the novel. Check them out below.

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