Steven Tyler believes Ron Howard plans to make a movie about his life after buying the rights to the rocker's autobiography.
The Aerosmith rocker published his autobiography, 'Does the Noise in My Head bother You', earlier this year and after learning the filmmaker had purchased the rights to the work, he is now expecting to see his life depicted on the big screen in the near future.
Asked if there are plans for a biopic, he said: "It's either as soon as the plane goes down, or in my lifetime. I'm thinking since Ron Howard bought my book, his production company is thinking about doing something."
The 63-year-old star admits he thinks his life would make a good film because so many things that have happened to him make him question whether or not he is living in reality.
He added to WWD: "My book is called 'Does the Noise in My Head Bother You?' It's collected thoughts. It's all this s**t I've been thinking about for 40 years. This whole thing with Aerosmith has been like a dream come true. It's like it's been plotted out and planned and written about before. Every time something happens, I think, 'Is this a movie?' "