Scarlett Johansson is going to do it all, guys. In addition to acting, modeling, and singing, Vulture is reporting that Johansson is set to direct her first feature - an adaptation of Truman Capote's first novel, Summer Crossing.

The novel was written in the 1940s, but didn't actually receive release until 2005 - Capote claimed to have destroyed the original manuscript, but it ended up being discovered in the trash of his Brooklyn Heights apartment, and eventually posthumously published. It follows the story of a 17-year-old debutante living in 1945 NYC, who ditches a family trip to France in favor of staying in the city and starting a romance with a Jewish parking lot attendant. Without giving too much away, things don't end well. Playwright Tristine Skyler penned the screenplay.

This actually isn't the first time Johansson's directed - in 2008, she directed a short for New York, I Love You starring Kevin Bacon, but it was ultimately cut from the final version of the film. It's YouTube, though, so you can check it out below.

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[via Vulture]