The huge financial success of the movie "Titanic," where an artificial romance was combined with a real-life tragedy to attract an army of girls to the theater, has spawned the idea for "1906," in which similar elements will tell the story of the Great Quake of San Francisco. Publishers Weekly says that a treatment by James Dalessandro reportedly has been optioned by Warner Bros. The author is said to be looking for a book deal to match the movie. - Leah Garchik