Before Natalie Portman's career re-exploded, with her grabbing a gig in 'Thor,' stunning audiences with 'Black Swan' and finding her name linked to a huge pile of new features, the actress was increasing her presence behind the camera. She had created her own production shingle, was looking to direct Amos Oz's 'A Take of Love and Darkness' and helmed a short in last year's 'New York, I Love You.'

Though acting seemed to derail those passions for a few years, the creative juices are once again bubbling to the surface. New reports reveal that Portman is eager to add feature screenwriter to her resume, and the name of her script -- 'BYO.'

LA Times' 24 Frames reports that Portman has been shopping around a "ribald comedy" script with friend Laura Moses. Titled 'BYO' -- for "Bring Your Own" -- the project details "two very different twentysomething women who, after finding themselves unlucky in love, decide to throw a party to which each female attendee brings an eligible bachelor." They're one hop, skip and jump away from the 'Sex and the City' episode that featured a party designed for women to pawn off the guys they don't want to date onto someone else, but the film is, instead, being described as a female 'Superbad.'