Wu-Tang Clan's RZA and actor Samuel L. Jackson have signed up for the upcoming remake of the 1985 martial arts-based film The Last Dragon.
The flick follows a black amateur martial arts student named "Leroy" throughout New York City to become the greatest fighter alive
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Jackson will portray the role of "Sho'nuff" known as the "Shogun of Harlem" and for his cocky catchphrases like "Am I the baddest mofo lowdown around this town?"
"I'm a huge fan of the original," Jackson told the Hollywood Reporter. "And I look forward to bringing Sho'Nuff into the 21st century."
Kerry Gordy - whose father, the late founder of Motown, Berry Gordy, produced the original - will take on his same role in the remake.
"We're thrilled to be working with Kerry Gordy as he continues his father's legacy," Columbia president Doug Belgrad said. "[He] will capture everything that people love about the original while also bringing a fresh edge to the remake."
Wu-Tang Clan's RZA will serve as a co-producer for the flick.
No word on who will be directing or playing the lead role of Leroy as of press time