Singer and actor Kevin Costner says he’s quitting school, going to work on ‘a project’

Kevin Costners son is a teacher and he’s been going to school for a decade.

Now he’s taking it a step further, becoming a writer.

In a new interview with The Associated Press, the singer said he’s getting a degree in social work, but doesn’t have much time for his busy schedule.

Costner, who starred in such movies as “Catch Me If You Can” and “The Big Short,” is known for his outspoken stance on politics and social issues, especially with regards to his father’s recent death.

He was shot in the head during a fight with a man on a train last year.

“The guy’s just a total idiot.

I was really, really, deeply upset about that,” Costner said.

“He’s one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet.

I think it’s a tragedy, but I guess it’s the nature of human beings to react to events.”

When asked about the prospect of being an actor, he responded, “I don’t know.

I guess you can’t tell me.

I’m going to have to see what happens.”

Costner is known to be working on a book about his father, the former president, called “Kevin Costner’s Daddy: The Secret Life of the First Family.”

The AP’s David Shepardson contributed to this report.