The story of the rescue of 12 boys on a youth soccer team in Thailand from a cave is becoming a movie https://t.co/hGWXCIvIQr— Vulture (@vulture) July 11, 2018
Because OF COURSE IT IS...and it's being made by the wrong people.
- Michael Scott, the CEO and co-founder of the faith-based production company Pure Flix, will be turning the story of the rescue of the Thailand kids soccer team into a film. He previously produced the God's Not Dead films.
- Scott lives part-time in Thailand and has already begun talks with some of the families, but not the boys because they remain hospitalized.
- He claims it will not be a Christian film but an inspirational one.
Since Scarlett Johansson wants an Oscar so bad, maybe they can hire her as the hero coach.