PETER Andre has hinted at an upcoming film project after sharing a cryptic post alongside a film director.
The 49-year-old singer once again shared a snap with British film director and producer Fredi Nwaka, telling fans: “We’re creating something special.”
Fredi first uploaded the snap of himself and Peter posing on set next to a cameraman.
The director added to the shot, “Incoming!!!!”
Peter went on to share the post on his own profile.
“Yes we are sir…yes we are,” he wrote.
The dad-of-four also added a bunch of movie-related emojis to the snap.
Peter previously worked with Fredi on his film On the Other Foot, which also starred his son Junior.
For the role, Peter transformed into a heavily tattooed heroin addict for his acting debut.
At the time, the star admitted he had a “new hunger” for acting and shared his dreams of cracking Hollywood.
He said: “The film is still my main focus. The film I did with Junior – On The Other Foot – is coming out next year and I have a meeting this week about another one.”
Meanwhile, Peter recently reunited with director Fredi and TV presenter Sarah-Jane Crawford for a film project in Kingston, Jamaica.
The star documented the trip on Instagram and shared a glimpse of the project as the group filmed at a massive home in the Jamaican capital.
He tagged Fredi in the post, which also teased the secret project on his own social media, with a hilarious video of Pete showing up in his video but quickly jumping out because his performance was supposed to remain classified.
The posts come after Pete teased his role in the film and promoted the first film he has made with Fredi alongside Junior, 16.
He said: “While a brand new movie is currently in the making (will tell you about it soon), don’t forget to catch On The Other Foot at the Odeon Cinemas on Wednesday 23rd March.”
Earlier this week, Peter announced he would be letting his eldest children, Junior and Princess, take part in reality television.
Joining his wife Emily and their children on the red carpet at the Caudwell Butterfly Ball, the star told The Sun: “It’s hard because you’re so strict as a parent, but over time you let go of the reins a little bit.
“You don’t want to let her go too fast.”
When asked if he ever wants his kids to appear on I’m A Celebrity, he added, “I think that’s good because there are challenges and you can fight for your food and your things. It has that survival aspect to it.”
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