Actress Jennifer Love Hewitt is gearing up to make her directorial debut, on a feature entitled Wait Till Helen Comes.
The ghost story (with a slightly sniggersome title) is adapted from a novel by Mary Downing Hahn.
The plot apparently revolves around a 12-year-old girl and her younger sister, who are haunted by the ghost of a young girl when they move into an old church in the Maryland countryside.
Hewitt will no doubt be drawing on her Ghost Whisperer experience, and not only in terms of the spooky goings-on: she also directed a couple of episodes of that TV show.
It's not yet known if Hewitt will be looking to cast herself in a role in this movie. Her film career didn't quite take off as some predicted following I Know What You Did Last Summer, but she found new success with Ghost Whisperer.
Wait Till Helen Comes will be co-produced by Hewitt's own Fedora Films, along with Just Believe Productions.
Will this move into directing invigorate Hewitt's big screen career? Your thoughts please…