was so inspired by pals Anthony Hopkins
and Emilio Estevez's
recent directorial efforts, he's planning to make his debut as a movie maker with a film he's scripted. The actor teamed up with Estevez and Hopkins for Bobby
and then starred in Hopkins' directorial debut "Slipstream," and the two projects have given him a taste for movie making.
He says, ""I'm inspired by Emilio and Anthony being actor/directors, so I've written something that I'm working on directing in the future. It's called ‘Love Stories Are Too Violent For Me,’ and it's an homage to a lot of films and a lot of actors that I love."
Promoting "Slipstream" at the Sundance Film Festival, Slater admits he hopes to persuade Hopkins to star in his first film.
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