Chris Weitz has revealed that his new film New Moon won't overuse actor Robert Pattinson.
The book follows Bella as her vampire lover Edward Cullen leaves her in Forks, appearing through most of the story as a figment of Bella's imagination.
The actor admitted that he had to find the right blend of staying true to Stephenie Meyer's popular novel as well as satisfying the army of Pattinson fans.
In an interview with MTV the director said: "[We wanted to avoid] just randomly inserting Rob throughout the movie in a back-at-the-ranch sort of way, which would just be about box office and us being worried about whether people would deal with the darkness of the second book.
"People are actually very ready for [the dark] aspect of it."
"You'll see quite a lot of Rob in the film, but it's seen subjectively, through Bella's eyes. It's also in dreams that she has of him as well.
"It strikes this very fine balance between too much Rob and too little Rob... Well, I know for a lot of people there's no such thing as too much Rob.
"But we've got a nice dose of Taylor to sweeten any Rob deficiencies. It is a disease that can only be treated with Vitamin T, for Taylor."