James Cameron is in talks to direct a TV series about the Titan bathyscaphe that sank while exploring the Titanic - The Sun
World-famous director James Cameron, who directed a number of cult films, including the famous "Titanic", is in talks to film a series about the bathyscaphe "Titan". This apparatus sank on June 18 this year, exploring the wreckage of the steamer "Titanic".
About this writes The Sun with reference to insiders. One of the major streaming platforms has already expressed a desire to create a dramatic series about the fate of the "Titan" and Cameron became the first to be considered for the role of director.
James Cameron himself dived more than 30 times to the place where the most famous ship in the world sank, preparing to shoot "Titanic". Therefore, representatives of the streaming service decided to turn to him to transfer to the screen the story of the five men who died on the bathyscaphe.
"The Titan disaster is already being considered as a big series for one of the world's biggest streaming services, and James is the first candidate to direct. It's a subject close to his heart. He has told the story of Titanic with such compassion that it seems like a natural step for him," says the source.
It is believed that this series will take a lot of time, money and resources. There are rumors that to participate in such a large-scale project want to attract actors Matt Damon ("Interstellar", "The Martian", "Jason Bourne", "Ocean's Eleven") and Kumail Nanjiani ("Love is a Disease", "Men in Black: International", "One and a Half Spy").
As reported OBOZREVATEL, the U.S. Coast Guard received raised from the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean wreckage of the submarine "Titan", which sank. Also found, probably, human remains.
Read more about the history of "Titan" of OceanGate, which more than 100 years after the tragedy with the "Titanic" did not draw conclusions and doomed people to death, read in our material.