Gosford Park writer Julian Fellowes is creating a TV show about the Titanic to mark the centenary anniversary of the ship's demise.
The Oscar winner's six-part period drama, due to begin filming in Hungary this spring (11), will follow both fictional and historical characters onboard the doomed liner, which builders boasted was unsinkable.
Bosses behind the show insist viewers will be taken on "a heart-wrenching journey through Titanic's last hours".
The show will air in the U.K., U.S. and Australia.
James Cameron scored 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, for his 1997 epic film Titanic, which told the story of the luxury liner that sank after hitting an iceberg on its maiden voyage across the Atlantic in 1912.