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By Minh Nguyen

Justin Lin, the director behind the recent “Star Trek: Beyond” and “Fast & the Furious 6,” will be executive producing “Warrior,” a crime drama based on material written by Bruce Lee, according to a report from Deadline. Cinemax has ordered a pilot for the series, which will follow a martial arts prodigy in San Francisco’s Chinatown who becomes entangled in the Tong Wars, according to the publication.

Justin Lin will be executive producing "Warrior," a series based on Bruce Lee's material.Han Myung-Gu/Anonymous / Getty Images/Associated Press

In the last years of his life, Lee had previously written and directed a few films, including the 1972 film “Way of the Dragon.” After the actor’s death in 1973, Lee’s daughter Shannon found a large collection of Lee’s notes about the concept of “Warrior,” according to Deadline. In 2013, Justin Lin’s production company, Perfect Storm Entertainment, partnered with Lee’s daughter to produce Lee’s material.

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The project marks the company's second foray into television, as Lin executive produces the CBS drama, “Scorpion.” The pilot for "Warrior" was written by “Jonathan Tropper,” who co-created Cinemax’s drama “Banshee.”

No casting choices have yet been announced for the pilot.

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