After months of speculation and a seemingly endless list of names, Deadline is reporting that the James Cameron-produced remake of the 1966 minor sci-fi classic 'Fantastic Voyage' has landed a director: Louis Leterrier, the man behind the lens of 'The Incredible Hulk' and this year's 'Clash of the Titans.' It's a choice that makes absolute perfect sense. Leterrier is a more-than-capable director for hire, a filmmaker with strong visual flair and a knack for shooting confident, epic action, but he's also a born collaborator, the kind of guy who will undoubtedly work to make the movie Cameron wants because, let's face it, there's no way Cameron's hiring a director who won't do exactly what he tells him to do.
Details may change, but the basic plot of the remake should be the same as Richard Fleischer's original film, following a team of scientists as they're miniaturized and injected into a human body to perform a life-saving procedure. Naturally, things go horribly wrong and adventure happens. Fantastic
adventure? We can only hope.