When Stone Sour vocalist Corey Taylor initially revealed his band's "grand" plan for their next album, he might have undersold it. As it turns out, releasing the album in two parts is only the beginning, as Taylor is plotting a comic book companion piece and now he's contemplating turning both discs into films.

Taylor tells Artisan News (video below), "Once we've toured and we've got the music out to everyone, the thing I really wanna do is have two movies -- Part 1 and Part 2. With the comic and the story and the music, I think we'll be able to do it. I already know who I wanna talk to about doing it, so we'll see what happens." The singer did not tip his hand on who he wants to direct or develop the project.

The singer has been quite busy of late expanding the boundaries of the conceptual 'House of Gold & Bones' double-disc. He recently inked a deal with Dark Horse Comics to create a four-issue series based around the ideas for the record. The first installment in the series is expected on April 17, 2013.

As for 'House of Gold & Bones,' the first album of the two-disc set is due Oct. 23, with the second disc to follow next spring. The band just debuted their new 'Gone Sovereign' video earlier this month. The group's world tour in support of the upcoming releases continues in Tokyo, Japan on Oct. 27.

Watch Stone Sour's Corey Taylor Discuss His Film Plans