After a fierce bidding war, the 'Butch and Sundance' reboot is going straight-to-series at Prime Video.

The 'Butch and Sundance' series has found its home on Prime Video, and the two leading actors have also been announced.

Regé-Jean Page of 'Bridgerton' fame will play Butch while Glen Powell of 'Top Gun: Maverick' will star as The Sundance Kid, both OG outlaws of the wild west in this reboot series. However, although it'll be based on the acclaimed 1969 film starring Robert Redford and Paul Newman, 'Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid', it'll have a modern twist.

Amazon Prime Video will be the home of the series, which had high interest from two other competing streaming services Disney+ and Peacock, according to The Hollywood Reporter. And there's no wonder why there was a bidding war - with that talent in front of the camera as well as Joe and Anthony Russo’s (Marvel's 'Avengers: Endgame') TV company AGBO executive producing, plus Kaz and Ryan Firpo (Marvel's 'The Eternals') writing the script - this is hoping to be a huge release.

According to THR, the series is being envisioned as a brand new expanded western franchise, which will span multiple series and potential spin-offs. We've seen the western genre rise in popularity in recent years, thanks in part to Kevin Costner's super-popular 'Yellowstone', so there's certainly an audience waiting to eat this up. Plus, the familiar story has been around for generations, so expect this to be an updated version of the original plot.

Sources say that this untitled 'Butch and Sundance' series will take place in "an alternate America" along the same lines as Amazon’s 'Man in the High Castle' or Apple TV's 'For All Mankind' which are both dystopian takes on our everyday life.

Regé-Jean Page recently collaborated with the Russo Brothers on Netflix’s summer blockbuster 'The Gray Man' and will join the production as an executive producer alongside his lead co-star. Glen Powell has been rising through the ranks of Hollywood for years, and will next star in the semi-biographical film 'Devotion' alongside Jonathan Majors. Catch Page in 'Dungeons & Dragons' early next year.