It happened a month ago Titan misfortune in the North Atlantic. The submersible was on its way to the wreck of the sunken Titanic and probably imploded. Only a short time ago, the British The Sun spread the rumor that apparently already at one Serie being worked on that is not just about the Titan incident, but with James Cameron also the director of Titanic could commit. A rumor that the filmmaker, however, like that didn’t like at all.
James Cameron denies the rumours
Via Twitter the famous director spoke up and shared a statement about the rumors circulating about the supposed series. Such a project will not exist under the direction of James Cameron, as he did in his Tweet clarifies. In detail, he commented on the subject as follows: “I don’t usually react to disgusting rumors from the media – but in this case I have to. I am NOT in talks for an OceanGate film and never will be.”
Also popular with PC games readers
Did Mission Impossible 7 steal from Sony’s Uncharted? Developer speaks up
Did Tom Cruise & Co. steal Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1 from Uncharted? There are hints for that.
Strike: Star from Star Trek relentlessly exposes Hollywood’s grievances
This Star Trek actress speaks plain language. The truth hurts.
Director visited the Titanic wreck several times
During the reporting of the Titan disaster, James Cameron was regularly questioned about the incident.
And that didn’t necessarily have anything to do with his directing work on the Titanic, but with his expertise, which he gained on his own submarine missions.
The filmmaker attended altogether 33 Mal the wreck of the famous passenger liner. In March 2012 he also reached the bottom of the challenger lows in the Mariana Trench – and that alone and as third person at all.
After the release of Avatar: The Way of Water in the past year, James Cameron is already taking care of the completion of the next films. Avatar 3 is current for the year 2025 planned – parts 4 and 5 should then 2026 and 2028 consequences. With just two films, the Avatar series is already over $5.2 billion recorded.