The former Sabrina, the Teenage Witch actress has teased fans by announcing is stepping behind the camera once more for an upcoming movie, but she refused to reveal what remake she is filming and encouraged them to guess.

She shared a picture of woods in Wales, Great Britain on Instagram and wrote in the caption, "Doing some scouting for the movie I'm directing in #Wales. Any guesses? Hint: it's a remake."

Many fans submitted guesses for remakes including Robin Hood, The Blair Witch Project and The Princess Bride, but the 40-year-old is keeping the project under wraps. She also hasn't revealed if she will star in the film too.

Melissa has been joined by her whole family in Wales as she works on the movie. Melissa shared pictures of her sons Mason, Braydon, and Tucker and her husband Mark Wilkerson swimming and go-karting in the country.

This isn't Melissa's first directorial effort - she has worked behind the camera for several Sabrina episodes, made the comedy short called Mute in 2005, her first feature Santa Con in 2014, and most recently worked on episodes of her sitcom Melissa & Joey, which ended last year (15).

The actress spoke to Pop City Life in 2014 and said she was always curious about what goes on behind the scenes from her early days in TV show Clarissa Explains It All but finally directed Sabrina because they struggled to find filmmakers who could handle the show's format.

"It was really complicated to film with all the magic and talking animals," she said. "It was very complex and we constantly had directors coming in and out that were confused and asking us, 'Wait, how do I do this?' So instead of us answering those questions all the time, we took it amongst ourselves to direct including myself, Beth Broderick (Aunt Zelda), our UPM (Unit Production Manager). We had a lot of people behind the scenes on our show that started to step up and direct a few episodes.

"It’s a lot of work to be in front of the camera and behind the camera, but I enjoy it," she added.