Its time, once again, to hit the reset button on a classic.

In the wake of 'Sherlock Holmes''s success, Variety reports that the next literary mainstay to get the "reboot" treatment will be 'Three Musketeers', Alexandre Dumas' age-old tale about D'Artagnan, a young drifter pulled into a three-way, seventeenth century bromance between swashbucklers.

Though the project has no director and no one has been cast, 'Sherlock' producer Lionel Wigram will produce this film as well, from a script by Peter Straughan ('The Men Who Stare at Goats'). The marching orders from Warner Bros. skew it towards younger audiences.
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