Hollywood set to make 2 Movies out of Thai Cave Rescue

Hollywood set to make 2 Movies out of Thai Cave Rescue

Hollywood set to make 2 Movies out of Thai Cave Rescue

She added: "I'd like to thank everybody for all their teamwork to get the lads out, it is absolutely lovely".

"The area will become a living museum, to show how the operation unfolded", Osottanakorn said at a news conference on Wednesday.

"We're here really looking at this as a movie that could inspire millions of people across the globe", Scott said. And only a day later, a second movie was announced - but this one promising to circumvent that dreaded Hollywood tendency: whitewashing.

Dr. Harris was part of a comprehensive team that ensured the 12 exhausted schoolboys-ranging in age from 11 to 16-along with their soccer coach, survived the grueling two-and-a-half mile journey out the cave. The Arizona-based film company also created the documentary "Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party", so it should be interesting to see what kind of treatment a film about the Thai cave rescue would receive.

"Our hearts go out to you and your family at this hard time", read one comment. "The world will not forget his kindness and all he did to save those boys".

A monsoon-season downpour quickly flooded the cave, forcing the Wild Boars team to seek refuge on a rocky ledge about 2.5 miles inside.

Richard Harris, right, and dive partner Craig Challen were key to the success of the Thai cave rescue. But Valeepoan absolved them of responsibility. In a letter last weekend he apologised to the boys' parents but they replied stating, "please don't blame yourself".

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The head of the diving team, meanwhile, urged the boys on Thursday to "be a force for good". The caves are more popular with local trekkers and cavers, though they're carved from limestone rock-the stuff that makes Thailand's famed karsts-and face erosion, per a Forbes article on the science of the system.

According to CNN, Thongchai Lertwilairattanapong, a Thai health department inspector, has said the boys were in fairly good condition given the circumstances and that their coach had looked after them well.

"Hooyah!" Apakorn shouted before flying out, using a morale-building navy term.

As global rescuers depart Thailand after their heroic 17-day mission at Chiang Rai's Tham Luang cave, the Thai authorities are showing their appreciation to the foreign volunteers with a raft of rewards, including the prestigious Thailand Elite cards.

Footage of the moment Stanton and John Volanthen discovered the 12 dishevelled and emaciated boys was viewed millions of times after it was posted on the official Facebook page of Thai Navy SEAL, prompting hope for their rescue.

Expert divers from the Thai Navy SEALs, experienced in conventional diving situations, were faced with an unprecedented challenge.

They were found by British divers after nine days, and were eventually rescued days after in an operation that involved dozens of divers and hundreds of other rescue workers.

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