In 1994, long before M. Night Shyamalans breakthrough hit The Sixth Sense, the writer-director sold his latest script to Fox with the hopes of making his second feature film. The film, called Labor of Love, never got off the ground, but now talks are underway for Shyamalan to return to his roots and team up once again with Bruce Willis to get the picture made. Deadline reports that production is slated to begin this September, and the plans are solid enough that producers will shop around for an international distributor at next months Berlin Film Festival. Willis and Shyamalan last worked together in The Sixth Sense (1999) and Unbreakable (2002). The husband (Bruce Willis) is a quiet type, and the film centers on his grief over never showing his late wife how much he loved her.