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Written by Ivan Radford   
Thursday, 01 April 2010 16:17

Imagine taking a road trip with Paul Greengrass. Now imagine that road trip INSIDE THE HUMAN BODY. Yes, the director of the Bourne series will most likely take his patented jiggly camera movements and shove it up someone's anal tract - that's right, it's a remake of The Fantastic Voyage.

The 1966 sci-fi classic, which saw scientists scaled down and shot into a colleague's bloodstream to save his life, is due to be remade by Fox and Lightstorm Entertainment (aka James Cameron Inc). With a script from Shane Salerno on the way, the prospect of Greengrass navigating his way through your insides is pretty damn nauseating. In a good way. Although the inevitable 3-D part, not so much.