Twenty-five years after helming the “Back to the Future” films, filmmaker Robert Zemeckis will return to tales of time travel with “Timeless” at Warner Bros. Pictures according to Deadline New York.
Mike Thompson is penning the script but story details are being kept under wraps. The film will feature time travel elements.
It’s not clear if this will be a 3D project, but it will be a live-action feature. This is the first live-action film from Zemeckis since 2000’s “Cast Away” and “What Lies Beneath”. Since then he’s poured his energies into three mo-cap animated features (“The Polar Express,” “A Christmas Carol,” “Beowulf”).