David Bowie's son Duncan Jones is keen to direct his famous father in one of his future big screen projects - but only when he feels he is fully competent as a filmmaker.
Jones, who was born Zowie Bowie, has wowed critics with his directorial debut, tense space drama Moon, which hits cinemas at the end of June (09).
Despite expressing his desire to cast his dad, who has acted in movies including Labyrinth and The Man Who Fell To Earth, he insists he won't do it until he has made a name for himself in the movie industry.
Jones admits he'd hate for his naivety as an auteur to put a strain on their father-and-son bond if Bowie was to work on one of his films.
He says, "I would have to feel absolutely confident I was a capable director, as I wouldn't want to put any pressure on our valuable relationship.
"I'd also want people to know he was in my film because I want him in it, not because I need him to be."