See James Cameron's deep sea submersible at American Museum of Natural History today
Photograph: Mark Thiessen
If you didn't know by now, James Cameron loves the sea. So much so, the Titanic director has designed his own submersible called the DEEPSEA CHALLENGER, and you can see it today at the American Museum of History.
Credit: Mark Thiessen
No, this is not a joke. The bright green DEEPSEA CHALLENGER is parked right outside AMNH (Central Park West at 79th St.) for the remainder of the day to get the word out about the upcoming film DEEPSEA CHALLENGE 3D. Earlier today Cameron even made a cameo at the museum to talk about the documentary that tells the story of the ocean-enthusiast's solo trip into the Mariana Trench. DEEPSEA CHALLENGE 3D opens in theaters this Friday.
Update Aug 5
In case you missed James Cameron yesterday at American Museum of Natural History, the director of DEEPSEA CHALLENGE 3D will be at the Apple Store in SoHo today to talk about his upcoming film. It starts at 5pm but you better reserve a spot for yourself just in case.
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