Exclusive! Christian Serratos: ‘Drew Barrymore Should Direct Breaking Dawn!’

Thu, January 14, 2010 7:15pm EST by Add first Comment

Who do you think should tackle the most visually complicated of all the Twilight films?

Drew Barrymore, do you have what it takes to make Breaking Dawn ? Twilight series starlet Christian Serratos, 19, thinks you’re the perfect person to whip the fourth of Stephenie Meyer’s cult teen classics into shape on the big screen.

“There was a lot of talk about Drew directing [Twilight Saga: Eclipse],” Christian, who plays Bella Swan’s bestie Angela Weber, told HollywoodLife.com exclusively at Think PR’s Pre-Sundance Gifting Suite at the W Los Angeles Jan. 13. “I think it would be cool if she directed the next one. I feel like [producers] have been picking really great people, and somehow every director they pick somehow magically matched the book and the movie they were directing.”

Catherine Hardwicke was definitely the right choice to bring out edgy teenage angst in Twilight, while Chris Weitz brought some flash to New Moon. The jury’s still out on Eclipse’s David Slade, though (but pre-buzz says he’s fierce).

Is Drew the right gal for the job? The kooky 34-year-old actress just killed it with her 2009 directorial debut, Whip It! And she’s certainly no stranger to controversial sex scenes (hello, she even starred in a movie called Freddy Got Fingered!) so Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart making sweet, sweet vampire love onscreen would be a breeze.

What do you think? Should Drew take on Breaking Dawn or should someone more established take over helming the Twilight controls?

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