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Clive Palmer who plans to build "Titanic II" will make a movie "Titanic II" · 2014-12-18 17:44

Australian billionaire Clive Palmer, who plans to build an ocean superliner “Titanic II” – a replica of the sunken 101 years ago, ” Titanic ” , has decided to make a movie “Titanic II”.

In April 2012, Clive Palmer announced plans to build a ” Titanic II” – a copy of the historic ship. This will be an ocean superliner length of 270 meters and weighing 40,000 tons, it will have nine passenger decks and 840 cabins. Palmer said that in 2017 there may be shot the film “Titanic II”. At the same time the first scheduled commercial flight of the new “Titanic” will start from Southampton to New York.

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