Hollywood producers begin work on a film adaption of young soccer team’s amazing rescue that promises an A-list cast…
As the world watched the dramatic discovery and ensuing rescue of the 12 boys and their soccer coach trapped in a cave in Thailand, one American filmmaker was already on the scene and is now adapting it for the big screen.
Michael Scott, the CEO and co-founder of Pure Flix Entertainment, was assisting in rescue efforts at the foothills of the Tham Luang mountain cave systems in Chiang Rai, as he lives in Thailand part-time.
Pure Flix Entertainment, is a faith-based production company behind the God’s Not Dead film franchise, however, he says they will likely release the film under his company’s more mainstream banner. No word of the cast yet.