The television and radio presenter previously fronted the Film programme from 1999 until 2010, when he left the BBC.
A new film-based show - produced by Ross through his production company Hot Sauce - will launch on ITV in April 2013.
"The BBC film show is fine, it's a lovely show but it's always been what it is – reviews, talking about movies," Ross told the Radio Times.
"We're doing stuff that is a bit bigger; we're opening it up a bit more. We'll do these stunts. In the pilot we had Ross Noble with a dialogue coach trying to do a scene from Jaws."
Comedian Noble - who will play a killer clown in new horror film Stitches - is one of the first confirmed guests set to appear.
Jonathan Ross already hosts his own chat show on ITV1 - The Jonathan Ross Show launched in September 2011 and is currently airing its third series.
The BBC's Film programme is now hosted by Claudia Winkleman with Danny Leigh.
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