(Part 1) In a recent interview with Variety, writer-director Tom Hooper revealed that his next project, “Titanica,” will take place in the aftermath of a catastrophic meteor strike.

In an interview with MTV News, Hooper said that he had been writing the screenplay for two months, and that the film was already well into production.

“It’s basically a sequel to ‘Titans,'” Hooper explained.

“Titans is a very classic story.

But this is an epic, new take on it, and so the script for this film is really about that.”

The director explained that the movie would follow the crew as they journey back to the surface of Titan, where the humans have fled.

“The first movie we made was a little more grounded,” Hooper told MTV News.

We’re going in time to the moment when the meteor struck, so the characters are not in the past, but they’re in the future. “

But we’re not going back in time.

We’re going in time to the moment when the meteor struck, so the characters are not in the past, but they’re in the future.

And that was something that was tricky because they’re the only ones who have ever come back from the meteor strike.”

The new movie is set to be released in 2019, and Hooper has previously revealed that the first film will be the first installment of a trilogy that will eventually culminate in “Tess.”

“Tress” stars Angelina Jolie as Captain Jane Grey, played by Jennifer Lawrence, who was once a crew member on the doomed Titanic.

Her character will be voiced by Olivia Munn, who also stars in the upcoming “The Jungle Book” sequel.

“I’m going to tell you what happened to Jane,” Hoopers teased, “She’s back on the Titanic, and she’s going to be in a very different kind of situation.

She has no family. “

She has no friends.

She has no family.

She is alone in the world, and her survival is her own.

And she’s a survivor in her own way.”

“I wanted to bring the movie back to a lot of these things,” Hopper continued.

“You know, Jane was the only survivor.

She had a bunch of friends, but she was not a part of the crew.

She was not part of a crew.

And so it was a lot to process. “

And so she’s sort of an icon of this kind of ship that had this really, really big problem with this disaster, and it was her fault.

And so it was a lot to process.

And I wanted to put her back there in a way that I wanted her to be able to sort of relive that experience.”

Hooper added that the sequel will be set in a time when the crew are in the middle of a battle with an extraterrestrial race called the X-Men.

“They’re fighting to survive in this very hostile environment that we’ve created in our world,” he said.

“So I wanted them to be fighting with an alien race that’s really dangerous.

And the X, in this film, have evolved and become very different from us.

And Jane is in a fight against them.”

The sequel will also see Jane return to her former crew and the events that transpired after the meteor impact.

“In this story, Jane has to re-join the crew in this new environment that they’ve created for themselves,” Hoop explained.

And when asked what she thought of the upcoming release date, Hoop replied, “I think it’s great that it’s coming out now.”

“The thing about the film that’s so exciting is that I don’t know if we’re gonna get to see all of this stuff,” he added.

“Because it’s very dark and tense and scary and really dark, so it’s gonna be really cool.

And it’s going at a really exciting pace. “

We’re going to see a lot more of Jane in that film.

And it’s going at a really exciting pace.

We know that it will be incredibly difficult to make the film because of the scale of the material.

But there are a lot, and I think it’ll be very good.”

“And it’s also going to have some really interesting stuff, and a lot interesting characters, and we’re all really excited about that,” Hooped concluded.

The film, starring Jennifer Lawrence and Lupita Nyong’o, is set for release in 2019.”

When we make a film, we always want to try and tell something meaningful and really moving about what it is that’s happening in the story,” Hooping said.

The film, starring Jennifer Lawrence and Lupita Nyong’o, is set for release in 2019.

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