Days After Titanic's Sinking, Netflix Will Bring It Back

Days After Titanic's Sinking, Netflix Will Bring It Back

Updated on July 04, 2023 18:42 PM by Andrew Koschiev

James Cameron's iconic film Titanic has been re-released on Netflix just days after the Titan tourist submarine sank, killing all five people on board. A new version of the Academy Award-winning 1997 film will be available on Netflix starting July 1 in the United States and Canada. Some social media users have taken issue with the OTT platform's decision. Is anyone else terrified that there's already a Netflix documentary on the Titanic sun? A week hasn't even passed. Netflix thought to itself, let's put TITANIC back in the rotation to take advantage of this sub thing, another person wrote.

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Twitter user said, "Bad timing." An online user described it as "horrible." In a report last week, US Coast Guard officials confirmed that five passengers aboard the Titan submersible, which sank in the North Atlantic Ocean in 1912, died in a "catastrophic implosion" while diving 13,000 feet to view the wreck of the British passenger liner Titanic.

It took a remotely worked vehicle around 1,600 feet from the bow of Titanic on the sea depths around 900 east of Cape Cod in Massachusetts to find the tail cone and other debris of the submersible following a special five-day international search operation near the world's most famous shipwreck. US Coast Guard authorities confirmed Ocean Gate's Titan submersible tour passengers were killed in the Titanic implosion. Experts cited by the Washington Post reported that the American submersibles were launched from a Canadian vessel into international waters, operating in a legal gray area.

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Paul Hankins, the US Navy's director of salvage operations and ocean engineering, said a remotely operated vehicle had discovered "five different major pieces of debris" from the Titan submersible. As a result, a catastrophic implosion occurred, he said, causing the debris to pile up. Businessman Hamish Harding and his son Suleman Dawood are part of the Titan's passengers, along with a prominent Pakistani business family, French diver Paul-Henri Nargeolet, and OceanGate Expeditions CEO Stockton Rush, who piloted the Titan.

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