Brad Pitt's movie company has apparently made a multi-million dollar offer to trapped Chilean miners to make a film of their story.
Plan B Entertainment is in talks with the miners to film their 69 days underground. Several miners might even get roles, reports the Sun. Lawyer Edgardo Reinoso, who represents the men, said he was receiving an average of ten money-making offers a day, including interview deals.
Brad's Plan B has produced several Hollywood hits recently including
Eat, Pray, Love
. The 33 miners were hoisted to freedom on October 13 after being trapped in a collapsed mine near Copiapo.