Third ‘Twilight’ Movie Finds Director

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Despite rumors the third "Twilight" film, "Eclipse," might land in the hands of Drew Barrymore, James Mangold and Paul Weitz, brother of "New Moon" director Chris Weitz – the third installment of vampire series will be helmed by a Spanish director.


According to Variety, Juan Antonio Bayona, who directed the Spanish-language horror-thriller "The Orphanage," has been tapped for "Eclipse."


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Bayona, who is a protégé of Guillermo Del Toro (director of the upcoming "The Hobbit,"), has never directed an English-language film.


"Eclipse" is slated for a June 30, 2010 release.

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When contacted by Access Hollywood, reps for Summit Entertainment, the studio producing the "Twilight" series, could not be reach for comment.

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