The Washington teen who was known as the "Barefoot Bandit" has signed a deal to send his story to the big screen.
Colton Harris-Moore made national headlines seven years ago when he escaped from a juvenile halfway house in Renton and committed a string of crimes, including the theft of three small airplanes which he crash landed.
The then 16-year-old, who sometimes didn't wear shoes during his crimes, also hijacked a boat in the Bahamas and burglarized more than 100 homes.
Twentieth Century Fox paid nearly a million dollars of Harris-Moore's restitution in exchange for the rights to his story.
A book and documentary film of his exploits have already been released.
Harris-Moore is in prison until 2018.
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