Pitt set to bring story of miners on screenBy IANS
Monday, November 15, 2010
LONDON - Hollywood actor Brad Pitt’s production company Plan B Entertainment is reportedly in talks with the Chilean miners to make a film on their rescue.
Thesun.co.uk reports, the company has made a multi-million dollar offer to the miners to portray their 69 days underground. Several miners might also get role in the film.
Lawyer Edgardo Reinoso, who represents the men, said he was receiving an average of 10 “money-making” offers a day, including interview deals.
The 33 miners were rescued Oct 13 after being trapped in a coppermine for 69 days.