Matt Damon is adding another hyphenate to his already crowded resume by following producing/screenwriting partner and BFF Ben Affleck into the director's chair.

The 'Bourne Identity' star will make his directorial debut with 'Father Daughter Time: A Tale of Armed Robbery and Eskimo Kisses,' about a man who goes on a three-state crime spree with his daughter.

Warner Bros. just paid $500,000 to secure the spec script for Damon, outbidding other contenders for the film, including J.J. Abrams, 'Gladiator' producer Walter Parkes and Relativity Media.

Damon will also star in the film, and produce through his W.B.-based company Pearl Street, with Affleck, Chris Moore and Drew Vinton.

What kind of director will Damon be? Judging by the behind-the-camera talent he's sought out, such as the Coen Bros. in 'True Grit' and Clint Eastwood in 'Invictus' and 'Hereafter,' we can expect something actor- and story-driven, with little flash and "no explosions."