James Schamus and Ang Lee are planning another reunion, this time for Focus Features' Taking Woodstock.

According to Variety, Lee will direct and Schamus will write the script for the comedy that is based on Elliot Tiber's memoir "Taking Woodstock: A True Story of a Riot, Concert, and a Life," co-written with author Tom Monte.

Set during the politically turbulent summer of '69, story follows an Everyman working at his parents' motel in the Catskills who inadvertently sets in motion what would become the generation-defining concert.

The film will have one lead, based on Tiber, and a colorful ensemble. Speculation about original or period music was not confirmed, though the film is assuredly not going to be about the famed concert itself.

Schamus has teamed with Lee on 10 films, including Brokeback Mountain, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and, most recently, Lust, Caution.

No production date has been set.