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Sooner or later, 3D comes for us all.

Variety brings word that Paul Greengrass, the Oscar-nominated director of such gritty, serious fare as 'United 93' and 'Green Zone,' is on the short list to direct the remake of 'Fantastic Voyage,' a 3D sci-fi adventure being produced by James Cameron through his Lightstorm Entertainment production company.

'Fantastic Voyage' centers on a dying scientist whose only chance for survival lies with five colleagues who are miniaturized and injected into his bloodstream. The original film was released in 1966 and starred Raquel Welch and Donald Pleasence. Sooner or later, 3D comes for us all.

Variety brings word that Paul Greengrass, the Oscar-nominated director of such gritty, serious fare as 'United 93' and 'Green Zone,' is on the short list to direct the remake of 'Fantastic Voyage,' a 3D sci-fi adventure being produced by James Cameron through his Lightstorm Entertainment production company.

'Fantastic Voyage' centers on a dying scientist whose only chance for survival lies with five colleagues who are miniaturized and injected into his bloodstream. The original film was released in 1966 and starred Raquel Welch and Donald Pleasence.

The 'Fantastic Voyage' remake will incorporate the same 3D technology James Cameron developed at Lightstorm for 'Avatar.' The script will be written by Shane Salerno ('AVPR: Aliens vs. Predator - Requiem') and the film will be distributed by 20th Century Fox. No word on casting yet. (Matt Damon, anyone?)

Paul Greengrass' other directing credits include 'The Bourne Supremacy' and 'The Bourne Ultimatum.' Whether or not he'll adapt his signature hand-held, shaky-cam style to a 3D movie event, meanwhile, remains to be seen.