Iron Man star Robert Downey Jr is set to step behind the camera to produce and direct a new television drama called Singularity.
The 51-year-old actor is turning his talents to television and stepping behind the camera as he gears up to both produce and direct the new series, reported The Wrap.
Plot details are currently unknown to the public, but Anthony Michael Hall, who co-starred with Downey in 1988 film Johnny Be Good is lined up to star in the production, and the Iron Man star will be directing the pilot episode.
The Avengers star and his wife Susan, who is a veteran in the producing field, announced the show as part of their new deal with Sonar Entertainment, under their Team Downey Productions banner.
The agreement will cover scripted and unscripted content for TV and digital platforms.
Sonar CEO Thomas Lesinski said, “We are excited about Team Downey’s vision for developing and producing a broad scope of original premium content. Sonar is thrilled to partner with Robert, Susan and the entire team. It is another example of our commitment to forge creative collaborations with the most dynamic talent in the industry.”