'The Life of Pi'

The bestselling novel, about a young Indian boy who survives the sinking of a ship on a small boat with a menagerie of animals, has been passed among several directors over the years, from M. Night Shyamalan, to <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB001213" title="Alfonso Cuaron" href="/topic/entertainment/alfonso-cuaron-PECLB001213.topic">Alfonso Cuaron</a>, to <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002586" title="Jean-Pierre Jeunet" href="/topic/entertainment/jean-pierre-jeunet-PECLB002586.topic">Jean-Pierre Jeunet</a>. Ultimately, Oscar winner <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002982" title="Ang Lee" href="/topic/entertainment/ang-lee-PECLB002982.topic">Ang Lee</a> tackled the movie (in 3-D no less!). And as has been proved by Lee's track record, he's a master of (nearly) every genre he tackles. Back in line, superhero movies!
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( Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times )

The bestselling novel, about a young Indian boy who survives the sinking of a ship on a small boat with a menagerie of animals, has been passed among several directors over the years, from M. Night Shyamalan, to Alfonso Cuaron, to Jean-Pierre Jeunet. Ultimately, Oscar winner Ang Lee tackled the movie (in 3-D no less!). And as has been proved by Lee's track record, he's a master of (nearly) every genre he tackles. Back in line, superhero movies!

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