After only 10 years since the release of the original, "The Butterfly Affect" is getting a reboot.
The 2004 sci-fi thriller starred Ashton Kutcher as a college student who discovers he can travel back in time when he reads from his teenage diaries.
When he begins making changes to his past during his flashbacks, he soon learns that his alterations have severe consequences in the future.
Original producers for the film A.J. Dix, Anthony Rhulen, Chris Bender and J.C. Spink will return for the new movie, reports Digital Spy. Eric Bress, the original film's writer and co-director, will also be back to write the script.
No director has been announced for the project.
The original film grossed a total of $96 million worldwide with a film budget of $13 million.
Watch the trailer for 2004's "Butterfly Effect" below:
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