On Sunday, June 18, five people dived in the Titanic submarine to explore the wreck of the Titanic at a depth of 3,800 metres.
The submarine never surfaced, and the five aboard lost their lives.
The movie “Titanic” received great support during and after the accident, and it seems that filmmakers will exploit this very fact.
He now writes that the OceanGate accident is being turned into a feature film Delivery time.
“The Blackening” producer E. Brian Dobbins has teamed up with MindRiot Entertainment to produce a film covering the five-day search for the submarine, as well as the days before and after the accident.
Dobbins will produce the film, while MindRiot’s Justin MacGregor and Jonathan Keasey will write the script.
Not only will the film honor the dead and all those involved in the tragedy and their families, but the film will also address a small concern about how the media is treated today, Casey says in a statement to Deadline.
– The world always has the right to know the truth, not just the mean “bait” that is shoved down our throats. Life is not black and white. It’s complicated. “It has nuances,” he continues.
The film’s director has not been confirmed. For those who were hoping that “Titanic” director James Cameron would take on the role, just keep dreaming.
Cameron has previously strongly opposed showing a potential film about this tragedy.
-I’m not in talks about the movie OceanGate. “I would never do that,” he wrote on X, formerly Twitter, at the time.
News of the film comes just three months after the submarine disappeared, and a major search was launched to find the ship before the calculated 96 hours of oxygen ran out.
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