Steven Strait and Camilla Belle are heading back to "10,000 B.C." as director Roland Emmerich has set the duo to star in the upcoming drama adventure. Soon as the cast already on board, the film will begin shooting April 24 for a summer 2007 tentpole for Warner Bros.
Working behind the scene is Michael Wimer and Mark Gordon who both about to produce. Meanwhile, Thomas Tull, Harald Kloser and Tom Karnowski are all executive producing.
The story of "10,000 B.C." centers on a 21-year-old who lives among a primitive tribe that survives by hunting a mammoth each year as the herd migrates through the tribe's homeland.