Steven Soderbergh has caught the 3-D bug.
The director's upcoming film, "Contagion," will go 3-D, Warner Bros. announced on Friday, his first try at the format.
Matt, who was once considered by James Cameron for the leading role in "Avatar," will also make his 3-D debut with the film.
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, the thriller – focused on a deadly disease – will follow multiple plotlines a la Soderbergh's Oscar-winning "Traffic."
The director has also been attached to direct another 3-D movie, the musical Antony and Cleopatra retelling "Cleo," though the film — first announced in 2008 — has yet to receive a release date.
Amongst the other release dates unveiled by Warner Bros. were "Twilight" director Catherine Hardwicke's "Red Riding Hood," set for April 22, 2011; "Twilight Saga" star Ashley Greene's horror original "The Apparition," due September 9, 2011; "Final Destination 5," another installment of the horror franchise, scheduled for August 26, 2011; the "Valentine's Day" follow-up "New Year's Eve," due December 9, 2011; and "Journey To The Center of the Earth 2," the sequel to the 2008 Brendan Fraser action film, due September 23, 2011.
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