It appears Warner wants to breath new life into the Dukes Of Hazzard, although at the moment they're not entirely sure whether to reboot it or not. THR reports that Eastbound & Down co-creator Jody Hill, who also directed Observe & Report, is attached to write & direct what is currently being described as 'untitled action project set in the American South for Warner Bros.'
It could well turn into a Dukes Of Hazzard movie, but Warner is waiting until the script is ready before they decide whether to tie it into the franchise, so there's a chance it could just be an unrelated film about an outlaw duo, set in the 1970s. The original Dukes Of Hazzard ran on TV from 1979-1985 and followed an adventure-loving pair of cousins in Georgia who drove a Dodge Charger nicknamed the General Lee.
Bill Gerber will produce, which should make things easier if it does become a Hazzard movie, as he produced the 2005 big-screen version that starred Seann William Scott and Johnny Knoxville. There's no info on when the film might shoot or who could star.