Forty years after Watergate, Robert Redford is returning to the place that inspired one of his most famous films, "All the President's Men."
Redford, who played Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward in the 1976 feature film, will narrate and serve as executive-producer on the two-hour documentary, "All The President’s Men Revisited."
For those too young to remember the scandal, in June 1972 a break-in occurred at the Democratic National Committee's Watergate offices, which was traced back to Richard Nixon's Committee for the Re-Election of the President. The infamous event resulted in Nixon's resignation. Woodward and fellow reporter Carl Bernstein (played by Dustin Hoffman) uncovered the story.
In 2006, a feature film about Woodward and Berstein's source, Deep Throat, was announced by Tom Hanks' Playtone production company, but has languished in development ever since.
"All The President’s Men Revisited" is set to air in January 2013.