Willie Nelson's latest big-screen role will offer moviegoers another dimension of the iconic outlaw. He's set to portray an Indian guide to afterlife who's on a 300-year quest for justice, in 'Secrets of the Lost San Sabas.'

The film, described as a "Wild West ghost story," is being shot entirely in digital 3D, and released by Stereo Vision Entertainment, a company specializing in low-cost 3D content. Other films by the company include 'The Three Dimensions of Jerusalem,' and a pirate adventure titled 'Booty.'

Willie can currently be seen in the films 'Beer for My Horses' and 'Swing Vote.' He also plays Farmer Bob in the Matthew McConaughey comedy, 'Surfer, Dude.' There's no word yet on when his new 3D movie will be released to theaters.