'The Twilight Saga: New Moon' has hit theaters, 'Eclipse' has wrapped filming and production on the final chapter, 'Breaking Dawn,' has been very quiet. One might think now would be an ideal opportunity for 'Twilight' fans to take a little rest, right? Wrong.

Now that we're clear of all the 'New Moon' opening mayhem and publicity tours and since there's no Vancouver set to visit, fans are left with enough time to ponder whose name should be printed on the back of the director's chair (or chairs, if 'Breaking Dawn' is broken into two movies, as has been the rumor) if Chris Weitz is either unable, unwilling -- or unasked -- to return.
div style="text-align: left;">'The Twilight Saga: New Moon' has hit theaters, 'Eclipse' has wrapped filming and production on the final chapter, 'Breaking Dawn,' has been very quiet. One might think now would be an ideal opportunity for 'Twilight' fans to take a little rest, right? Wrong.

Now that we're clear of all the 'New Moon' opening mayhem and publicity tours and since there's no Vancouver set to visit, fans are left with enough time to ponder whose name should be printed on the back of the director's chair (or chairs, if 'Breaking Dawn' is broken into two movies, as has been the rumor) if Chris Weitz is either unable, unwilling -- or unasked -- to return.

Considering the massive box office success (and the fans' overwhelming approval) of 'New Moon,' the lucky director who bags 'Breaking Dawn' will have some big shoes to fill, and should be ready to face the challenges behind this final chapter. It's clear Summit Entertainment needs to secure someone who isn't a stranger to the world of makeup and special effects -- and to the undying love between a teen girl and a vampire -- so who will be the perfect fit?

Read on for our list of five directors we think could tackle 'Breaking Dawn.'