David Oyelowo and director Ava DuVernay have proven to be a rather wonderful team, and although both were snubbed at the Oscars for DuVernay’s powerful ‘Selma,’ the pair are already plotting their next reunion: a currently untitled mystery drama set around Hurricane Katrina, which DuVernay will write and direct and Oyelowo will star in and produce.

THR reports that DuVernay and Oyelowo have announced the project, which is described as “a sweeping love story and complex murder mystery set against the backdrop of the devastating hurricane of 2005.” DuVernay herself went on to add, “The story we’re interested in will explore the complexities of intimate relationships within times of chaos, while also examining the chaos itself”—which, of course, sounds familiar in its thematic approach to ‘Selma.’

This will be DuVernay’s third time working with Oyelowo, who starred in both ‘Selma’ and her previous film, 2012's ‘Middle of Nowhere.’ That film earned DuVernay the Best Director award at Sundance, making her the first African American female director to take home the honor.

Thanks to ‘Selma,’ Oyelowo has remained very busy—he’s in talks to star in Disney’s ‘Queen of Katwe’ with Lupita Nyong’o, and stars in the upcoming ‘Captive’ as well as the Nina Simone biopic ‘Nina.’