London, July 12 (ANI): Tennis ace Andy Murray's life story is all set to be turned into a Hollywood movie.t least three major studios are in the run to grab the rights to the star's life story for millions of pounds.
The rush for the rights began when studio bosses found out that the 22-year-old tennis player survived the Dunblane massacre.
Andy was just eight when Thomas Hamilton shot dead 16 pupils and a teacher at Dunblane Primary School on March 13, 1996, before killing himself in the gym.
Andy, who reached the Wimbledon semi-final last month, rarely speaks of the nightmare that unfolded before his eyes that day.
However, the Glasgow-born battler, who is now the world's No. 3, might just reveal the story in return for millions of pounds.
A senior executive at Fox said his studio would "easily match" Andy's career earnings of 4.7million pounds to acquire the film rights to his life story.
"This guy is an absolute inspiration," the Daily Star quoted him as saying.
It is believed that Universal and Steven Spielberg's DreamWorks are also hoping to sign him up. (ANI)