There will be a Hell or High Water reunion thanks to Netflix.
David Mackenzie is in final talks with the streamer to direct Outlaw King, a period epic that will tell the story of Robert The Bruce (or Robert I), the King of Scots that led his country to freedom from England in the early 14th century.
Chris Pine and Ben Foster, who starred as brothers in Mackenzie's sleeper awards contender, are both in talks for the feature. Pine would play the Scottish king while Foster is in talks to play knight James Douglas, the king's loyal aide.
Mackenzie wrote the screenplay for the film, which is set to shoot on location in Scotland in August.
Gillian Berrie is producing with Anonymous Content's Richard Brown and Steve Golin.
This project marks the first major production deal for the streamer since Scott Stuber joined the company to head its film initiative.