Will Smith is in talks to remake a controversial Korean movie that was linked to a U.S. university massacre.
Oldboy, released in 2003, follows a man's violent quest for revenge after he was shamed at high school.
South Korean-born Seung-Hui Cho's murder of 32 students at Virginia Tech in 2007 was linked back to the film, after a photograph was found of him recreating a pose from a poster promoting it.
DreamWorks and Universal secured the rights to remake the movie earlier this year (08), and Smith has confirmed he is interested in recreating the film - although rumours Steven Spielberg will direct have been denied.