The untitled moon project that Doug Liman ("The Bourne Identity") has been working on, with Jake Gyllenhaal as an astronaut involved in a lunar colonization, is undergoing yet another re-write. Previously the project was under the pen of Liman and John Hamburg ("I Love You, Man") before Mark Bowden (the "Black Hawk Down" novel) took a pass at it, and then Dan Mazeau ("Bruno") followed by the film's producer Simon Kinberg ("XxX: State Of The Union"). Now, the task has fallen to "Black Hawk Down" script scribe Ken Nolan. Nolan has previously worked on the CIA miniseries "The Company," but that's his only other credit. Stay tuned to this space, as we get bored about reporting on a year of re-writes to this project and instead re-imagine it as a western musical in space, a mixture of "Rio Bravo," "Seven Brides For Seven Brothers" and "The Last Starfighter" with a pinch of "Brokeback Mountain" added in, for versimilitude.