Martin Scorsese has FOUND his next muse after Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio!
His new movie, Killers of the Flower Moon, released in cinemas this week and has received overwhelming critical acclaim.
But, he is already looking to his next project.
In a video released on social media, the legendary director discussed how he is looking to take on a project that is completely fresh.
"I've been working a long time, making pictures, almost 50 years," he said.
"One muse for many, many years, I made 10 pictures with Robert De Niro. Another muse, Leo DiCaprio, who is extraordinary. Six films with him so far.
"Over the years I've worked with great actors. From Ellen Burstyn to Paul Newman, Michelle Pfieffer to Margot Robbie - all these people. But I feel now - I need a change. I need to find something that I can take further."
The video then pans to reveal that Scorsese is talking to Oscar the dog, his new muse!
"I've heard some extraordinary things about you. I don't want to embarrass you. I think we should be able to work something out," he tells Oscar.
The dog then pulls off a masterclass of an audition, conveying emotions like fear, happiness and sadness.
Remember the name - Oscar the dog.