Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone will direct a film based on the story of two police officers who were trapped in the WTC incident rubble
In the wake of World Trade Center tragedy, Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone plans to direct a movie based on the story of two police officers who were trapped in the rubble on that September 11, 2001 attack. The untitled film tells the story of Port Authority police officers John McLoughlin and fellow William J. Jimeno, rescued from the collapse of the WTC. Further the film will follow their ordeals and the efforts of their rescuers.
Best-actor Oscar for "Leaving Las Vegas," Nicholas Cage is set to star in as Sgt. John McLoughlin. Paramount Pictures said the movie is expected to be released next year.