After the miraculous rescue of twelve Thai boys and their football coach from a flooded cave in Thailand made headlines around the world and gripped the hearts of millions, it looks like it's set to be made into a movie.
According to reports, multiple Hollywood producers are eyeing up the project.
Pure Fix Entertainment have expressed a desire to peruse the movie. Michael Scott, who's CEO and co-founder of the production company was on the scene of the rescue for multiple days as he lives in Thailand.
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Michael seamed certain it's going to happen, "The bravery and heroism I've witnessed is incredibly inspiring, so, yes, this will be a movie for us" .
He says he's already spoken to some of the divers involved in the rescue mission and some of the boys family members.
Twitter users are already speculating who'll play the heroic divers in the movie adaption. It look's like Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, Tom Hanks, Mark Wahlberg and Scarlett Johansson could be in the running.
First look at Scarlett Johansson in Thai cave rescue movie. pic.twitter.com/0FWH4MFTzZ— Consequence of Sound (@consequence) July 11, 2018
The Rock is already being casted as the brave Thai Diver that died for the Upcoming movie about the Thai cave rescue— AssidaBoy (@youhighnessIII) July 11, 2018
I think we’re only two years away from the movie starring Mark Wahlberg where he rescues the Thai soccer team from the cave.— Jason Beem (@BeemieAwards) July 8, 2018
We're imagining something along the lines of The Impossible, the 2012 movie adaption of the miraculous survival of a family during the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.