The faith-based film production team, Kingdom Story Company, is in pre-production of their upcoming motion picture in remembrance of fallen U.S. Navy soldier Adam Brown who became a member of the elite Navy SEAL team known for killing Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan. According to The Christian Post, Christian filmmaking brothers Jon and Andrew Erwin of Kingdom Story Company, have acquired the rights to Eric Blehm’s New York Times bestselling book, Fearless: The Undaunted Courage and Ultimate Sacrifice of Navy SEAL Team SIX Operator Adam Brown. Andrew Erwin shared that he and his production team are honored to be trusted by the Brown family to tell Adam Brown’s story.
According to The Christian Post, “the book follows the story of SEAL Team 6 commando Adam Brown, a Navy soldier who overcame struggles, including drug addiction and jail time, to reach the top tier of the U.S. military. Fueled by faith and love for his family, Brown eventually became a member of the elite Navy SEAL team best known for killing Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan…Brown died in battle in March 2010 while on a mission in Afghanistan to kill or capture a major Taliban leader, saving the lives of several others in the process. He was a 12-year veteran of the Navy and left behind a wife and two children.”
Brown’s official obituary from the United States Navy Memorial describes him as being known for his “kindness and compassion as much as he was for his toughness and fearlessness.” Brown left a commendable impression on those he served with who shared that he “died a hero,” and his “love and commitment to his family” serves as an example for men.
Now, Brown’s legacy will live on for all to remember and honor. Writing the screenplay of the motion picture is Jason Hall, who is also known for writing ‘American Sniper’ for which he received an Oscar nomination. Jon Erwin told The Christian Post that his production team loves being “interested,” “inspired,” and “motivated,” and these stories do that and more. Andy Erwin added that he believes there will be an increase in the number of uplifting films as he noted that there is a “revolution and renaissance of Christianity in Hollywood right now, all over the industry.”