About Kendall Myers
Kendall Myers is a senior features writer for Collider. With a Bachelor's degree in Film and Digital Media, she is never happier than when discussing films. As a dyslexic writer, she takes great pride in fighting irony. Kendall loves all things fantasy, Disney, and Star Wars. With scripts that advanced in a handful of screenplay contests, she hopes to someday progress to writing movies rather than about them. In her free time, she's usually reading, writing fiction, or watching ungodly amounts of TV, all with the loyal assistance of her three-legged terrier, Pip.
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'The Wheel of Time' may be based on Robert Jordan's books, but the two stories look very different.
This character could have changed everything for the series.
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