On the back of the release of his directorial debut, RZA could be working on new material for a Wu Tang Clan comeback album.

With a busy filming schedule still ahead of him RZA may be the new poster boy of alternative Hollywood, but he still hasn't forgotten about his past and according to Ghostface Killah the hip-hop legend is already in the studio working on new material for a potential new Wu-Tang album. Next year marks the 20th anniversary since the hip-hop collective released their seminal breakthrough album, Enter the Wu: 36 Chambers, and if Ghostdeini's word is anything to go by then he has already recorded his RZA-produced parts for an anniversary album.

"While I was doing my Supreme Clientele sh*t, the second one, The Wally Era, I was doing joints for the next Wu album," he revealed whilst speaking to MTV's Rap Fix. 

Ghostface, one of the group's more prolific rappers, also revealed that the Wu are aiming to release the new effort around November 2013, although he did reveal that the other core members of the collective have yet to record their verses for the potential project, something that could prove to be tricky given the collective have been at blows with one another for some time. The group have rarely performed together since the passing of founding member Ol' Dirty Bastard, so only time will tell whether we will hear another full Wu album soon.