While watching the trapped boys in the cave over in Thailand, did you think this will be a movie one day? I did and so did Hollywood.
While the world watched rescue operations enter its third day, a US film crew had already turned up at the foothills of the Tham Luang mountain cave system in Chiang Rai province.
Pure Flix films managing partner Michael Scott and co-producer Adam Smith have been conducting preliminary interviews around the cave site.
Not only that, they hope to bring over a screenwriter and while there, they will conduct interviews with people from the team of foreign rescuers plus Thai Navy SEALS.
They also want to interview the victims and their families and they will be asking for exclusive rights to all of their stories.
!HÉROES DE VERDAD! Miren las condiciones extremas por las que deben pasar quienes se aventuran a meterse dentro de estas cavernas. Las cuevas son estrechas, obscuras, tenebrosas. Sin duda son héroes de carne y hueso. Este video no pertenece al rescate de #Tailandia pero muestra cómo son estos rincones profundos de la tierra. #Tailandia #thailandrescue #thailand #thailandkids #tailandia #rescatetailandia #thailandcaverescuemission
Let's wrap up the story, on June 23, 12 young boys and their soccer coach became trapped in a dark, flooded chamber.
One Retired Navy SEAL has already died trying to save the them.
Please pause for a moment —> The structure for the funeral of an ex-Navy SEAL officer, who died delivering air canisters to 12 boys and their football coach trapped in a cave, was completed Tuesday. https://t.co/ToS8PYcH81 #ThamLuang #ถ้ำหลวง #Thailand #ThaiCaveResue pic.twitter.com/EKKQs7XTTN— Richard Barrow in Thailand (@RichardBarrow) July 10, 2018
But after everything that has happened, now, all 12 boys and their coach (from the Wild Boars soccer team) have been saved!
For more on the Film crew story, click HERE