5 people diving to the wreckage of the Titanic ship, which sank after hitting an iceberg in 1912, lost their lives as a result of the "catastrophic" explosion of the Titan submarine owned by the company OceanGate.

It was claimed that this disaster, which occupied the world agenda for a long time, would turn into a TV series and that James Cameron, the director of the Titanic movie, was offered the project.
According to Deadline, E. Brian Dobbins, the producer of The Blackening, has reportedly started working on the movie.

The movie, which will be produced by MindRiot Entertainment and written by Justin MacGregor and Jonathan Keasey, will focus on the events before, during and after the disaster.

"Our film will not only honor all those involved in the tragedy and their families, but also serve as a vehicle to address larger concerns about the nature of media today," said Jonathan Keasey.

Keasey added: "The only thing that matters is the truth. And the world has a right to know the truth at all times, not the obscene fodder crammed down our throats by those seeking their five minutes of fame. Life is not black and white. It's complicated," he continued.

No information was given about the cast and release date of the movie.