Watch a trailer for 'Titanic 666,' which will be released on the 110th anniversary of the real Titanic sinking.
More than a century after the tragedy of the Titanic, a new version of the cruise ship is set to sail in Titanic 666. But as that title implies, its passengers are doomed. See why in a trailer, below, ahead of its April 15 release date.
In the movie, which will stream on Tubi, a "faithful replica" of the original, massive ship has been built, and influencers, historians, descendants of original passengers, and general travelers alike have been invited to board for the maiden voyage. Unfortunately for them, though, the ship also hosts a stowaway, and she is one that threatens everyone's safety.
As you can see in the trailer, the ship also holds "priceless relics" from the original ship, and there is some disagreement on whether they were stolen "from their final resting place" or saved and "preserved so their memories can live on."
"You are on hallowed water and you have desecrated it," the trailer warns.
Channeling dark forces at sea leads to some ghostly encounters.
Produced by The Asylum, the movie stars Keesha Sharp, AnnaLynne McCord, Lydia Hearst, Jamie Bamber, Joseph Gatt, Derek Yates, Michael J. Chen, Jhey Castles, Kendall Chappell, and Giovannie Espiritu. It is executive produced by David Rimawi, produced by David Michael Latt, and co-produced by Paul Bales.
The film's release date is the 110th anniversary of the Titanic sinking on its maiden voyage. The ship set sail on April 10 from the U.K. and was supposed to dock in New York on April 17. However, it struck an iceberg while crossing the Atlantic first, and rest is truly history. James Cameron's three-hour dramatization of the event earned 11 Oscars, including Best Picture, in 1998.