Rocker Jon Bon Jovi is set to give his Hollywood career one more try, but accepts he's not really cut out to be a movie star. Despite taking acting lessons and making his mark in a handful of films and TV series, Bon Jovi admits he hates Tinseltown's audition process and would much rather be in the studio or on stage with his band. He says, "What I've found about Hollywood is you're not even back at the airport yet and you're out of their minds. "It's not, `What have you done in your career,' or, `What have you done for me lately?' It's, 'What have you done for me today?' It's a pretty rotten existence to be in. "It's a lot better for me being the director, producer and star, when you make a record, than it is to go and stand in that long line and wait for your audition. "I just wish I had more control the way my idol Frank Sinatra had." That said, the rocker admits he has "one more project" planned and he hopes to concentrate on that when his Bon Jovi touring commitments are fulfilled.