Seth Gordon, director of 2007's The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters, has talked of making a follow-up to the acclaimed documentary for several years now, possibly continuing the story of Billy Mitchell and Steve Wiebe's competition for the Donkey Kong high score.

Coming off the box office release for his latest movie Horrible Bosses (he's also helming the new WarGames flick), the filmmaker revealed that the project is still being worked on, and that screenwriter Melissa Stack recently put together a new draft.

Gordon also noted that instead of creating a sequel or a dramatized version of the original, he intends to take a mockumentary-style approach to The King of Kong, according to an interview with cinema news site The Playlist.

"There's a few different avenues [the film can take]. I’ve done some work on Modern Family and The Office and have worked in this doc style, and so that inspired me to say, instead of doing a traditional narrative feature script, what if we did the remake in the doc style?"

The director continued, "What doors what that open? What opportunities? What additional story could we tell? And that’s essentially the approach we took."