It seems that Paul W.S. Anderson will be heading to the 25th Century with a new 3D film project. Deadline New York is reporting that Anderson has inked a deal to direct a remake of Buck Rogers in 3D.

Iron Man scribes Art Marcum and Matt Holloway will be writing the film and it was said that Anderson's producing partner, Jeremy Bolt, would produce the film alongside Fredrik Malmberg, Larry Abramson and George Furla.

The original Buck Rogers launched as a radio program in the 1920s, which centered on the title character, a pilot who somehow gets trapped in the 25th Century and must use his fighter pilot skills to ward off the planet's enemies. The radio program spawned the film and the Buck Rogers TV series that ran from 1979 to 1981.

No production schedule was released for the film.