Victor Garber
Victor Garber will play the role of a chef in an upcoming episode of "Modern Family" Season 8. Pictured: Garber takes part in a panel discussion during the Hallmark Channel portion of the Press Tour for the Television Critics Association in Beverly Hills, California on July 27, 2011. Reuters/Gus Ruelas

“Legends of Tomorrow” has boldly revisited several historical events since its first season. The Legends have even interacted with some of the most iconic personalities in history, including Albert Einstein, Ulysses S. Grant and King Louis XIII of France just to name a few. But will the fans ever get to see the time police on board the Titanic?

While producers of the CW series haven’t mentioned anything about the Legends traveling to 1912 (the year the Titanic sank in the North Atlantic Ocean) in the future, series star Victor Garber — who played the role of Thomas Andrew in the 1997 film “Titanic” — doesn’t think that it’s a good idea to revisit one of the deadliest commercial peacetime maritime disasters in modern history.

“No, not at all. Write me off the Titanic," Garber recently told when asked if he would like to see his “Legends of Tomorrow” character, Dr. Martin Stein, on board the Titanic. “I've been there, I don’t want to go back.”

“I think that’s a sacred territory; I don’t think it would be wise to go there,” the Emmy-nominated actor added.

In an interview with back in 2012, Garber said that what really made the sinking of the Titanic heartbreaking is the fact that it could have been avoided. “It’s just a human tragedy that could have been averted. It’s so unbelievably sad,” Garber said of the disaster.

While it seems that Garber has no interest in revisiting the Titanic story anytime soon, he told Movie Fanatic in 2012 that the role he played in the James Cameron-directed film always has a place in his heart.

“I’ve never not talked about this movie,” Garber told the website at the time. “It’s always people’s first question on a movie set, on any movie I’ve been on. Anybody, any crew member, wants to know what it was like and what James was like and what my experience was. It’s a part of who I am and continues to be.”

“Legends of Tomorrow” Season 2, episode 9, titled “Raiders of the Lost Art,” airs on Tuesday at 9 p.m. EST on The CW.