The Twilight franchise ($3.34 billion worldwide) turned onetime roommates Godfrey and Bowen's Temple Hill Entertainment into one of the top production companies in town — and also gave them a baptism by fire when they had to make five films, with four directors, in 39 months. "That was all I did, every minute of every day," says Godfrey, 46. "It took an attention to detail and a single-mindedness that you're not always [capable of] as a producer." Since that franchise ended in 2012, he and Bowen, 46, have kept their focus on stories for female audiences with 2014's The Fault in Our Stars and another John Green adaptation, Paper Towns, out in July. Other projects with Fox — where the two recently re-upped their first-look deal — include Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, a follow-up to last year's Maze Runner, and an adaptation of another hot YA book, Marie Lu's The Young Elites.