Aaron Taylor-Johnson says working on a new movie with his director wife Sam Taylor-Johnson would be the ''ideal'' for him.
Aaron Taylor-Johnson says working with his wife again would be ''ideal''.
The 23-year-old actor met spouse Sam Taylor-Johnson - the mother of his daughters Wylda, three, and Romy, 18 months - when he starred in her 2009 movie 'Nowhere Boy' and he would love to team up with her for more projects in the future.
He said: ''There's a film called 'A Reliable Wife'. She's in the process of casting that. And there are possibilities and other projects we are thinking about doing together. That would be my ideal.''
Asked if there is a specific movie in mind, he added to Culture magazine: ''Not that I can talk about.''
It was recently announced that Sam, 46, will direct the much-anticipated 'Fifty Shades of Grey' movie, prompting speculation that Aaron will land the role of Christian Grey.
However, while the 'Kick-Ass 2' star failed to address the claims, his agent has insisted he won't be taking part.
They said: ''He's not pursing the part and is not going to work this fall.''
His publicist added: ''Aaron will be a supportive husband and father while Sam shoots her film.''