It seems that a current box office star will be resurrecting a project started by the late Steve McQueen. Deadline is reporting that Robert Downey Jr. and his wife, film producer Susan Downey, have formed the production company dubbed Team Downey and their first project will be entitled Yucatan.
The project has quite a history already, with the film to be based on the 1700 pages of notes and storyboards by the late screen icon Steve McQueen, which were discovered years after his death. Warner Bros. have been trying together a film based off this material for years, with McG set to direct the film back in 2007.
Now it seems the Downey's will be starting from scratch on the project, producing alongside Dan Lin with Chad McQueen, Steve McQueen's son, executive producing the film. It was also said that Downey Jr. is considering starring in the film as well.
Not much was known about the story except that it was a heist film and a production schedule wasn't revealed for the film either.