Daniel Radcliffe is turning to directing.
The former 'Harry Potter' star has been writing a "quite dark, but funny" screenplay and is planning to step behind the camera in the near future to bring the project to life.
He told Marie Claire magazine: "I've written one thing that I'm working on and I'm going to try and maybe start directing that in the next few years."
And following the advice he was given by director Martin McDonagh, Daniel intends to write something "spectacular" before making a film.
The director told him: "Just write something spectacular and then work out how it can happen."
The 26-year-old actor has recently been working on 'Victor Frankenstein' with James McAvoy and had a great time.
He said: "It was like this crazy big adventure movie. But it's also very character driven.
"It's about the relationship between these two men and how they spur each other on."