James Cameron Wants To Remake 'Fantastic Voyage'

December 11, 2009

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Innerspace just wasn't enough, apparently:

As he eyes a return to outer space for “Avatar” sequels, James Cameron appears to be heading to inner space by putting “Fantastic Voyage” on the front burner.

20th Century Fox has tapped Shane Salerno (“Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem”) to adapt a remake of the 1966 sci-fi film, which will be produced by Cameron.

Although Cameron has never expressed interest in helming the pic — which centers on a dying scientist whose only chance for survival rests with five colleagues who are miniaturized and injected into his bloodstream — he would employ the same pricey 3-D and digital technology on “Fantastic” that was used in “Avatar,” insiders say.

The writer of Alien vs. Predator 2. Have you seen Alien vs. Predator 2, James Cameron? It's like relaxing in a bath of bile while burning a romantic candle made of shit. If you're going to needlessly remake Fantastic Voyage, at least get someone competent to do it. Like someone who has actually traveled inside the human body. We've done that at this point, right?

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