Michael Douglas is confirmed to attend a pair of high-profile events at the 2017 TCM Classic Film Festival in Hollywood next month.

The Oscar-winning actor, 72, is scheduled to sit down with TCM host Ben Mankiewicz for an in-depth interview about his career as part of the annual "Live from the TCM Classic Film Festival" series.

The "Wall Street," "Fatal Attraction" and "Ant-Man" star is also set to participate in a discussion following a screening of the 1979 thriller "The China Syndrome," which he produced and starred in opposite Jane Fonda and Jack Lemmon.

"Michael Douglas has been part of our collective Hollywood consciousness his entire life. From chasing bad guys through the streets of San Francisco to playing an iconic bad guy in Gordon Gekko, Michael has stayed not only relevant, but vital," Mankiewicz said in a statement.

"To say that I'm looking forward to discussing the career of an actor who played Liberace 38 years after producing 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' is a huge understatement."

The 2017 TCM Classic Film Festival is to take place April 6-9.