William Levy is enjoying his time on the "Dancing with the Stars" dancefloor, but the 31-year-old actor's ultimate goal is to make the leap to the big screen.
"Since I started acting, my goal was to work in Hollywood," William told Access Hollywood at his "DWTS" rehearsal with professional partner Cheryl Burke in Los Angeles on Thursday. "It was a dream, you know, that I've been having all these years.
"So, we are trying to move forward [towards] that," he added. "We're trying to achieve that dream."
The Cuban-born hunk may be nearing his dream of a movie deal -- he recently Tweeted about the possibility of a film in the works, but was unable to divulge any details at this time.
"Not yet," he told Access, when asked if he was free to explain his mysterious Tweet. "I wish I [could]!"
As for his dream role, William said he'd love to play a certain legendary masked outlaw.
"There [are] a lot of roles that I would love to play, but definitely I would have to say Zorro," he told Access.
Watch William and Cheryl return to the ballroom on Monday on "Dancing with the Stars" - 8/7c on ABC.
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