Wow, how desperate are they for a it?!?

Warner to reprise Enter the Dragon
Warner Bros. has asked The Shield producer Kurt Sutter to write and direct a remake of the 1973 Bruce Lee classic Enter the Dragon.
Sutter has been writer, producer and even actor in the Golden Globe-winner TV series The Shield, which follows life inside a Los Angeles police precinct.
The new film, to be called Awaken the Dragon, will tell the story of an agent investigating a Shaolin monk and underground kung fu clubs, according to Warner Bros. publicist Laura Kim, who announced the movie Thursday in Hong Kong.
There was no news on casting choices or the shooting schedule.
The original Enter the Dragon, the first U.S.-produced martial arts film, starred Lee as an agent infiltrating a crime syndicate by taking part in an invitational martial arts competition.
The crime lord is a renegade Shaolin monk and, like Lee, trained in the famed Chinese martial arts tradition.
The non-stop action of Enter the Dragon awakened a taste for martial arts in North America and made the Hong Kong-raised Lee an international star.
He died in 1973 at age 32 from swelling of the brain.
China recently announced plans to make a 40-part television series on his life and a Hong Kong studio is planning a biopic.