Or does it make me seem greedy for more money? Hi, I'm 14 and an ambitious writer. And alongside my ambitions to be a writer, I also plan on making films. I plan to sort of materialize my books I write beforehand into these moving pictures, just as I saw them in my mind while writing the literature. But I'm rather scared of what the public will think of this; a writer making movies out of his own books, it's just tedious and cocky! Heh, maybe that was a tad bit exaggerated, but I want a fellow writer's opinion on the matter. Are there any human beings on Earth who did something similar to what I had described? I feel that if there is, my idea of making movies out of my books would be less of "self-loving writer disgustingly makes films out of his books" and more of "multi-talented novelist/film-maker makes outstanding renditions of his own books in movies".