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'Titanic 2' To Feature Iceberg-Throwing Tsunami

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titanic sequelWell, the inevitable has happened. Someone decided to make a quasi-sequel to the 1997 mega-blockbuster Titanic.

No, James Cameron is not involved — as is any director of a movie you’re likely to see in an actual theater; since doing so would probably equal career-suicide.

Instead, this unfathomable feature is the result of The Asylum — the same production company that manages to entertain time and again on the B-movie circuit with flicks such as Mega Fault and Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus. Want to know the outlandish plot for Titanic 2?

On the 100th anniversary of the original voyage, a modern luxury liner christened “Titanic 2,” follows the path of its namesake. But when a tsunami hurls an iceberg into the new ship’s path, the passengers and crew must fight to avoid a similar fate.

Tsunamis and icebergs? Clearly, Mother Nature hates anything labeled ‘Titanic’.

Check out some stills for the movie here.

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