James Cameron Diving To The Bottom Of The Mariana Trench

LA Times says

James Cameron has announced his next major undertaking won't be a Hollywood blockbuster (though he does have those coming soon), but a dive to the world's deepest point, nearly seven miles below the surface of the ocean.

In the coming weeks, the director of "Titanic" and "Avatar" will climb inside the Deepsea Challenger, a single-pilot submersible vehicle he helped design, and dive to the Challenger Deep, the lowest point in the Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean 200 miles southwest of Guam. Once he's there he plans to spend six hours on the ocean floor collecting scientific samples and filming for a 3-D theatrical feature documentary that will also be broadcast on the National Geographic Channel.

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aDDicteD3377d ago

i admire how ambitious james cameron is, he is one of the most versatile directors and he really perfects his craft for directing. hope other directors will be inspired in his ways, i would like to see what the mariana trench looks since only few have even tried to make it a documentary.