Twenty-eight years after he died, Bruce Lee is still alive and kicking -- at least, in the movies. South Korea's ShinCine Films, headed by filmmaker Chul Shin, said on Thursday it will make a $50 million movie that recreates the martial arts star on film using digital, computer-generated images (CGI) and new voice technology. Lee, who died in 1973, will be a kick-boxing hero in the same style his fans loved in Hong Kong martial arts movies of the 1970s like "Way of the Dragon." In a telephone interview, Shin said the movie's script was still being written, so he did not want to be specific about the story. "There are many ideas. I cannot, now, choose from all of them," Shin said. "He is always used as the hero, and he has strong charisma. I want to re-create that image, again." Shin said he expects "Dragon Warrior" to be ready for theaters around the world in about three years.