As everyone who hasn't been living under a rock for the last five years knows, Stephenie Meyer's massively popular 'Twilight' books have turned into an international pop phenomenon thanks in part to the equally popular series of blockbuster movie adaptations. But while stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have been constants for the franchise as it's racked up impressive box office numbers (over $1 billion worldwide so far), directors have been a bit more ephemeral, as each of the first three movies has had a different hand on the tiller: Catherine Hardwick on 'Twilight,' Chris Weitz on 'New Moon' and David Slade on the upcoming 'Eclipse,' which is scheduled to land in theaters on June 30.

Now the burning question every Twihard wants answered is this: Who will be directing the adaptation of the fourth and final book in the series, 'Breaking Dawn'? According to Entertainment Weekly, Summit Entertainment is considering a number of Oscar-nominated directors for the gig, which may be split up into two movies, including Sofia Coppola ('Lost in Translation'), Bill Condon ('Dreamgirls') and Gus Van Sant ('Milk').
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