Action hero Jackie Chan will start work on "Chinese Zodiac", which will be his 100th project. He is also co-directing the action caper after a 11-year-gap.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, "Chinese Zodiac" is produced by Emperor Motion Pictures and will see Chan on a treasure hunt across the globe.
"The theme of the film revolves around a subject close to the hearts of Chinese people around the world," said Chan.
Chan will co-direct the film with Stanley Tong, who directed Chan-starrers like "Rumble in the Bronx", "The Myth" and the third and fourth entries in the "Police Story" series.
Chan last took on the director's baton for "Who Am I?" in 1998.