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After a long search and a few dead ends, James Cameron and 20th Century Fox have signed a director, Shawn Levy, to their Fantastic Voyage remake.
If you haven't 1966 Original, the film's "Voyage" is through the human body, and the "Fantastic" is being shrunk to fit inside of it (like Stewie in that one episode of Family Guy, you know the one).
Most of the film, the part that takes place inside the person, will be CGI. So it's safe to say the directing this 3D remake will be quite an undertaking!
Levy, who's recent credits include the star studded comedies Night At The Museum I and II and Date Night may seem like
horrible inneresting choice for the high budget syfy film.
However, Levy's most recently directed the hi-tech action film Real Steel for DreamWorks, a dramtic story with a lot of animated effects.
Levy has made FOX quite a bit of cash in the past. Perhaps Cameron's surprise choice is a stroke of genius.
Only time will tell!!!
Do U think Shawn is the right captain for this Voyage?