• From Clint Eastwood to Woody Allen and from Mel Gibson to George Clooney, Hollywood has a history of actors who have become directors. This year too we will see
    some very talented and award winning actors turn directors. Here’s the list!

    Jodie Foster - Money Monster

    Jodie Foster (Photo: iStock)

    Academy award winning actress Jodie Foster has
    directed a thriller called Money Monster, which hits the cinemas on May 13,
    2016. The film stars two big names George
    Clooney and Julia Roberts. Money Monster is set on Wall Street where an
    investor who loses all his money takes a newsroom on hostage to find justice.

    Elizabeth Banks - Pitch Perfect 3

    Elizabeth Banks (Photo: iStock)

    Elizabeth Banks has
    directed the musical comedy Pitch Perfect 3. This is the third film of the
    Pitch Perfect franchise, the first one released in 2012, which was loosely adapted from Mickey Rapkin’s
    non-fiction book Pitch Perfect: The Quest for Collegiate A Cappella Glory.

    Pitch Perfect 3 will release in 2017.

    Don Cheadle - Miles Ahead

    Don Cheadle (Photo: iStock)

    Popular American actor
    Don Cheadle has directed a biographical film Miles Ahead based on the life of
    jazz musician Miles Davis. The film stars Cheadle, Emayatz Corinealdi and Ewan
    McGregor. This was the closing film at the New York Film Festival last year.

    Jonah Hill - Mid 90s

    Jonah Hill in a still from The Wolf of Wall Street

    Jonah Hill known for
    his comic roles will direct a coming-of-age film titled Mid 90s. It’s rumored that the film follows a young boy
    growing up in Los Angeles in the mid-1990s, learning life lessons with his
    skateboarding crew of friends. Hill
    has also written the script himself.

    Jennifer Lawrence - Project Delirium

    Jennifer Lawrence (Photo: iStock)

    Academy award winning
    actress Jennifer Lawrence will direct Project Delirium, a film based on a 2012 New Yorker piece titled Operation Delirium by Raffi Khatchadorian.
    It’s about a mental warfare in the 60s and reads like an
    acid experiment gone terribly wrong.

    Bonnie Wright - Medusa’s Ankles

    Bonnie Wright (Photo: iStock)

    Bonnie Wright best known for her role of Ginny
    Weasley in the Harry Potter series will direct a film titled Medusa’s Ankles,
    an adaptation of the Man Booker Prize winner by the same name, which was a short
    story by AS Byatt.

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