Titanic is Returning to Netflix Right After the Submarine Disaster and People are Furious

Blockbuster movie Titanic is returning to Netflix on July 1, and the internet is furious about the streaming giant’s ‘insanely wrong’ timing.

The Titanic-bound submersible that went missing in the Atlantic Ocean a few hours after its journey on Father’s Day has reportedly perished under water. Experts believe there are zero chances of recovering the bodies of the five people on board.

It has been announced that the sub-vessel suffered a ‘catastrophic implosion,’ shattering pieces of the unfortunate vessel and killing everyone on board.

The US Coast Guard confirmed that a debris field on the ocean floor had been discovered in the search operation for the missing Titan submersible.

In a devastating update, the company behind the deadly voyage confirmed the news of their death and said all five people have been lost. This means that their bodies may never be recovered as they have perished in the unforgiving ocean.

“This is an incredibly unforgiving environment down there on the sea floor, and the debris is consistent with a catastrophic implosion of the vessel,” said Mauger, the First Coast Guard District Commander.

Image: Oceangate

The families of the five men were immediately informed about the tragic news.

“I can only imagine what this has been like for them, and I hope that this discovery provides some solace during this difficult time,” Mauger added.

Minutes before the press briefing, the company that operated the Titan sub issued a statement and confirmed that the crew had perished in an implosion under the deep sea.

“We now believe that our CEO Stockton Rush, Shahzada Dawood and his son Suleman Dawood, Hamish Harding, and Paul-Henri Nargeolet, have sadly been lost,” OceanGate said in a statement.

“These men were true explorers who shared a distinct spirit of adventure, and a deep passion for exploring and protecting the world’s oceans. Our hearts are with these five souls and every member of their families during this tragic time. We grieve the loss of life and joy they brought to everyone they knew.”

The people on board have been identified as Stockton Rush, the CEO of OceanGate Expeditions; British billionaire Hamish Harding; French dive expert Paul Henry Nargeolet; and prominent Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood and his son, Suleman.

The debris was considered as evidence that the missing sub shattered after suffering an implosion. Now experts have explained why and how the sub might have imploded and what would have happened to the five humans on board.

Only two days after the international tragedy, Netflix announced that the streaming service is bringing James Cameron’s hit film, Titanic, featuring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, back, and users can watch the movie from July 1 onwards.

Reacting to the news, baffled fans ripped Netflix and slammed the streaming service for its ‘beyond distasteful’ announcement amid the Titan tragedy.

“Netflix is overstepping the boundaries of decency on this timing. People died in a tragic accident a6 the Titanic site, and now to capitalize on the moment to garner viewers is beyond distasteful,” one wrote.

“Nah this is insane they really tryna make a bag off 5 people dying,” a second said.

“The timing is so wrong,” a third added.

“they’re so nasty for this,” added another.

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