London, July 20 : While rumours of his marriage hitting rock bottom abound, Guy Ritchie has signed up a host of movies, which will keep him busy with work, at least for the next five years.
The filmmaker has revealed that he will make six or seven movies in the coming half-decade.
This will be almost double than the number of movies he has made since his Brad Pitt starrer criminal underworld movie 'Snatch' hit the theatres in 2000.
"It's my intention to be very busy over the next five years," The Daily Express quoted him, as saying.
With his latest flick, RocknRolla, around the corner, the 39-year-old director listed some of his projects, including an action- heavy "reimagining" of Victorian sleuth Sherlock Holmes, with Robert Downey Jnr, and a possible remake of 'The Dirty Dozen' and two sequels to 'RocknRolla'.
He said: "I've written a second one and I've got a third mapped out. At one point I wanted to shoot three in one hit. I like these kinds of films. They are very watchable from where I'm sat, so I'd shoot the whole lot. And I think we probably have five or six projects that we're pretty sure we're going to make. I kind of fancy myself at making films quite quickly."