Veteran Hollywood star Michael Douglas is planning to write an autobiography that will throw light on his battle with cancer.
The actor, who is cancer free after a treatment for over five months, made his red carpet appearance since his cancer diagnosis for the Golden Globe awards on Sunday where he was nominated for the best supporting actor for Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.
He is reportedly in talks with an American publishing house to develop the book, Contactmusic reported.
"If Michael agrees to write about his past and his marriages as well as his battle with cancer, it will be a bestseller without a doubt," said a source.
Douglas announced last week that he was cancer free but still dealing with the long term side-effects.
"This type of cancer usually doesn't come back. I am so happy to be out. This is our first time out in months and months. To be able to be cancer free is pretty special," Douglas said.