James Cameron Recounts His Journey to the Deepest Place on Earth
May 05, 2012 16:44
James Cameron is not only a fantastic film maker, but he's also a daredevil. He's ventured to places where very few have gone. And his latest is the bottom of the Mariana Trench, the deepest point on earth.
Last night, Cameron recounted the journey on the National Geographic Channel. There's talk that Cameron intends to make a feature length 3D documentary detailing what went into the dive. Check out the teaser juicy bits after the jump.
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