The actor, who is well known for his role as Captain America, made his directorial debut with Before We Go.
The actor who starred in Foxcatcher and Magic Mike has signed on to produce and direct a screen adaptation of the YA novel Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock.
The former Dawson's Creek actress is slated to direct the film adaptation of Annie Weatherwax's All We Had.
The Good Will Hunting Oscar winner and long-time actor has directed several films, including 2007's Gone Baby Gone and 2010's The Town, which he also acted in. His latest film Argo is also garnering him awards season buzz.
The mama of six and activist added the title of feature film director to her list of award-winning credits with the 2011 film In the Land of Blood and Honey.
The Descendents actor has five directing credits and two Oscar directing nominations for Good Night, and Good luck and The Ides of March.
Having started her Hollywood career with roles in the Godfather films, this celebuspawn now focuses mostly on behind-the-camera work, writing most of the films she directs. She won an Oscar in 2004 for Best Original Screenplay for Lost in Translation. She also directed Marie Antoinette in 2006 starring Kirsten Dunst and 2010's Somewhere starring Stephen Dorff.
In addition to singing and sometimes acting (Evita, A League of Their Own, Dick Tracy, Desperately Seeking Susan and more), the Material Girl has directed two movies. Her 2011 film W.E., which she produced and directed, won her a Golden Globe award for Best Original Song.
The Mystic River actor and activist has directed nine films, including 2007's Into the Wild, which starred a pre-Twilight Kristen Stewart.
The Notebook heartthrob will make his directorial debut in 2014 with his "fantasy noir" drama How to Catch a Monster, starring Christina Hendricks. Gosling also wrote the script.
The new mommy has been acting since a she was kid, but made her feature film directing debut in 2009 with Whip It starring Ellen Page and Kristen Wiig.
Is there anything this guy can't do?! The Spider-Man star and all-around artist made his debut as a director in 2005 and has since made over a dozen indie flicks, short films and documentaries.
Having started his career playing Opie on The Andy Griffith Show in the early 1960s, Howard has since directed almost three dozen films, including hits like Apollo 13, Frost/Nixon and A Beautiful Mind.
Among his 16 directing credits, the British actor is known for taking on a broad range of genres, including Henry V, his debut, and the recent action blockbuster Thor.
The movie star won his first and only Oscar in 1981 with the first film he ever directed, Ordinary People. Since then, he has directed eight films including The Horse Whisperer and The Company You Keep.
This legend has directed a film every year since 1982! In total, Allen has directed 48 films and has starred in many of them, including Annie Hall, Manhattan and, most recently, To Rome With Love.
The actor won Best Director at the 1995 Academy Awards for his film Braveheart.
The singer, who's won eight Grammy Awards, starred in and directed 1983's Yentl, a film about a Jewish girl who disguises herself as a boy for religious training.
The Silence of the Lambs star and Yale graduate started acting at the age of three. She's also directed four films, including her latest, The Beaver, starring Mel Gibson.
The 82-year-old is an iconic actor and a veteran at directing with films like Million Dollar Baby, Gran Torino, and Invictus. He's won five Oscars for his work both in front of and behind the camera.
The All in the Family actor has directed movies since the '70s with films like Stand by Me, The Princess Bride and Rumor Has It.
When it comes to acting, she may be known best as Laverne DeFazio on Laverne & Shirley, but she's also made a name for herself as a director of films like Riding in Cars with Boys starring Drew Barrymore and The Preacher's Wife with the late Whitney Houston.
He's been acting since the '80s, but when he decided to direct his first film in the early '90s, Dances with Wolves, he won not only an Oscar for Best Director, but the film won Best Picture, too.
The funnyman is known for bringing the laughs but he also directs. He's the man behind movies like Elf, Iron Man, Iron Man 2 and Cowboys & Aliens.