The Aussie pop star, best known for her catchy dance and pop tunes, left her fans shocked when she sang a duet about murder with dark musician Cave. And now, Minogue is looking for a similarly edgy director to give her a chance to become a respected big screen star.
"(Cave) saw me in a totally different way, believed in me and had this idea and a vision for a number of years before he contacted me and we worked together and it was just absolutely perfect," Contactmusic quoted her as saying.
She added: "My daytime fantasy is that there is a director somewhere who will be thinking that kind of way but putting it into the context of the film. I would love to do more movies. I really got waylaid and sidetracked. I started out as an actress and I thought that's what I would do."
Kylie started her acting career on Australian soup 'Neighbours', and has ever since made a handful of movie appearance, including 'The Delinquents', 'Street Fighter' and a small part as the Green Fairy in 'Moulin Rouge'.
Washington (ANI): Singer Kylie Minogue wants to get into serious acting career, and is even begging directors to give her a chance, just like the one rocker Nick Cave gave her when they both teamed for an anti-pop ballad 'Where The Wild Roses Grow'.