It's baaaaack.

Heat Vision reports that the folks at Paramount Studios have hatched plans to resurrect 'The Ring' for a third installment, only this time powered by Hollywood's fuel of choice these days. You guessed it: 3-D.

The sequel is titled, imaginatively, 'Ring 3-D' for now, with a script forthcoming from David Loucka. It's baaaaack.

Heat Vision reports that the folks at Paramount Studios have hatched plans to resurrect 'The Ring' for a third installment, only this time powered by Hollywood's fuel of choice these days. You guessed it: 3-D.

The sequel is titled, imaginatively, 'Ring 3-D' for now, with a script forthcoming from David Loucka.

Loucka also wrote the thriller 'Dream House' starring Naomi Watts, who played the young journalist in search of the truth behind a mysterious, lethal videotape in the first two 'Ring' films. But that doesn't necessarily mean that she'll be returning for a third.

Once considered to be a casualty of the Paramount-Dreamworks studio split of 2008, Heat Vision says the studio aims to make the next chapter in the saga more "teen-centric," with another Hollywood trend on the producers' minds: reboot.

No director is attached to the project yet, but if it holds to form, it could be the launchpad for a solid future for whoever takes the reigns. The original 'Ring' not only vaulted Watts to stardom, but its director, Gore Verbinksi, went on to direct Disney's 'Pirates of the Caribbean' films.

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