Ellen Page, the 25-year-old who made her breakthrough performance in Juno, is going to try her hand at directing. Sure, tons of actors decide to go behind the camera, but few are so young.

Page is set to direct Miss Stevens starring Anna Faris as a "down-on-her-luck teacher who chaperones a high school trip to the state drama competition." The movie was written by Julia Hart, who so far has only written The Keeping Room, set to come out next year, with Olivia Wilde and Hailee Steinfeld.

Faris has a big year on the horizon; she'll appear in the sequel to Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs and opposite Rose Byrne in I Give It a Year, not to mention her Chuck Lorre-produced TV show.

Page has several acting projects this year too (including the new X-Men), but maybe soon she'll join Kathryn Bigelow as an Oscar-winning female director. Ok, probably not for an Anna Faris movie (we love you Anna!), but you never know.

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[via Vulture

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