Ray Winstone has admitted that he not yet ready to step behind the camera as a filmmaker.
The British actor says that directing his own movie is one of his ambitions but he will not be doing it any time soon as he is still enjoying his acting work.
Speaking to the Press Association the actor said: "I'd love to one day. I have an idea of how I would like to make a film and how I would film it, but I'm not ready for that yet.
"I'm enjoying doing what I'm doing. Maybe one day when I can't walk and I'm sitting there in a wheelchair, then I can scream at people, although I think you still need plenty of energy to direct."
And we will be seeing Winstone on the big screen this week as he take on the role of dwarf Gort in Rupert Sanders' retelling of Snow White, Snow White and The Huntsman.
Winstone is just one of the famous faces that have been assembled to play the dwarves in the movie as Ian McShane, Toby Jones, Bob Hoskins, Eddie Marsan and Nick Frost are all on board.
And later this year the actor is going to take on the role of Jack Regan in a big screen remake of The Sweeney, which will also star Ben Drew aka Plan B as George Carter.
Snow White and the Hunstman is out now