The life of a former Jihadist who became a double-agent for MI5 is set to be turned into a Hollywood blockbuster.
Bourne Identity director Paul Greengrass is rumoured to be leading the project, based on Danish-born Morten Storm’s autobiography; Agent Storm: My Life Inside Al Qaeda and the CIA.
Storm, 38, hit the headlines earlier this year with his non-fiction book, which follows his journey from a violent youth in Denmark via radical Islamism to life as a spy.
It's about time. If you like a good military / spy / action movie, all you get these days is anti-Western crap made by liberals who know nothing about the military world and care only about pushing their ignorant political agenda. Would be nice, for a change, to have an exciting movie where the good guys are actually the good guys and the bad guys are actually the bad guys. And where people whose sympathies change - as with this fellow - are portrayed realistically, honestly, and with depth.