In 2008, 'Ubik' was picked up by Celluloid Dreams for the feature treatment. Nothing ever came of it, but three years later, the Philip K. Dick adaptation is finding new life with mind-bending filmmaker Michel Gondry. That's right, folks -- the quirky director who brought us memory erasing, enormous hands and sweding -- all before hopping into superhero fare with 'The Green Hornet' -- is already gearing up for a return to the quirk.

The Playlist reports that during a chat at the launch of his new exhibit, "The Factory Movie Lovers," Gondry revealed that he's currently adapting Dick's 'Ubik' for the big screen, which might just be one of the most apt combinations of story and vision we've seen in a long time.