More than 28 years after his death, the king of martial arts is reported to be making a comeback film.
Bruce Lee is to be "resurrected" by computer technology to star in Dragon Warrior, the first time a dead actor will be re-created in a major movie role, according to US trade magazine Variety.
The $50m (£35m) film is being financed by South Korean film company ShinCine Communications, which acquired the rights to Lee's likeness from his estate.
The film company, headed by Chul Shin, is said to have been working on the project for the past four years.
And apparently Lee's widow, Linda Lee Caldwell, and his daughter, Shannon Lee, have agreed to the move.
Bruce Lee in Enter the Dragon
Shannon Lee told Variety: "We believe in ShinCine's and Mr Shin's enthusiasm and commitment to making a first-rate film.''
Now in its third draft by Korean and Japanese writers, Dragon Warrior will be translated and further refined for an English-language production.
Bruce Lee was a veteran of Hong Kong cinema when he first reached mainstream American audiences in 1966 as Kato in the television series The Green Hornet