After having to turn down the opportunity to star in DC Comics adaptation Suicide Squad, Mad Max: Fury Road star Tom Hardy revealed that he had another comic book adaptation in the works at Warner Bros. Now, thanks to The Hollywood Reporter, we may know what it is!

The trade reports that Hardy will produce and likely star in 100 Bullets. The Vertigo Comics series was written by Brian Azzarello with artwork by Eduardo Risso, and it’s being developed by New Line (the studio which is also handling other Vertigo adaptations like Sandman).

Chris Borrelli (The Vatican Tapes) wrote the screenplay, and while plot details are being kept a secret, it’s thought that it will follow the comic books. 100 Bullets ran for 100 issues and revolved around an enigmatic man named Agent Graves as he presents different people, for reasons unknown, with a gun, the identity of the person who ruined their lives … and a hundred rounds of untraceable ammunition. It won a lot of awards from 1999 to 2009.

100 Bullets was at one pint being developed for television, but it being brought to the big screen feels more fitting. Geoff Johns and Adam Schlagman are overseeing for DC Comics.

Hardy will next be seen as both of the Kray Twins in Legend and in Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s revenge Western, Revenant. There’s no word on a release date for 100 Bullets yet.