Sony Adapts WW2 Story “Indestructible”

Sony Pictures has scored the film rights to John Bruning’s upcoming WWII nonfiction book “Indestructible: How a Pilot’s Quest to Rescue His Family Changed the Course of the Pacific War”.

The story follows a U.S. Air Force legend Paul “Pappy” Gunn, an airline pilot whose family was imprisoned by the Japanese in the Philippines at the infamous Santo Tomas Internment camp.

During the Pacific War, he was an advisor to the Air Force, helping to reinvent aerial warfare and change the tide of the war in the Allies’ favor. Mark Gordon will produce

Source: THR