Los Angeles, Dec 9: Actor-director Ben Stiller enjoyed making his latest film "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" so much that he may give up acting for directing.
Stiller praised the three years he worked on the film, set for Jan 3 release next year, as an "incredible experience" and "a gift".
"As a director, I feel much more freedom. There are just so many different kinds of movies that I can make that aren't limited by who I am as an actor. I definitely could see myself just directing, for sure. That's where I'd love to end up," Stiller said in a statement.
The "There's Something About Mary" star says he preferred directing rather than acting in "Tropic Thunder" (2008), which also starred Robert Downey Jr.