Jim Carrey is headed back to the high-concept comedy realm, which launched his career in the 90's. MTV reports that Harry Potter producer David Heyman is developing a comedy for Carry, titled Yes Man.

"I've got this film with Jim Carrey called Yes Man, which I hope will get into production in the fall," Heyman revealed. "It's about a man who finds himself very depressed, and is always saying no. When friends ask him out, he always says no," Heyman said of the script. "[The film will explore] what happens when he decides to say yes to every thing that comes his way."

The movie will mix the dilemmas he faced in the films Liar Liar and Bruce Almighty with a more realistic concept along the lines of the Peter Sellers classic Being There, with Carrey's character using his self-imposed limitations to uncover the strange roads life takes him down.

Heyman insisted it would be old-school Carrey. "It's really funny," he grinned. "It's one of the funniest scripts I've read."