Jonah Hill has already proven himself to be a man of many hats. After starting his career as an actor, he's since moved into the producing and writing games. But if you think he's done you're dead wrong. Now he's ready to move into the big chair.

Deadline is reporting that Hill has decided to take on his first directorial effort with a film titled The Kitchen Sink. Featured on the 2010 Black List - a list of the most liked unproduced scripts from a given year - the film is about a teenage vampire, zombie and human who decide to team up in order to stop an alien invasion. The script was written by Oren Uziel, who given the pen for the Mortal Kombat reboot last year. There's no indication as to whether or not Hill plans to play a role in the cast.

As a long time fan of Hill's, I'm curious to see what he will be able to do behind the camera. He's still a young guy (he turns 28 in December) and his career has already made some incredible leaps career-wise. Guess we'll just have to wait and see.

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