Fox News’ ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ movie about CIA torture is getting a sequel

Zero Dark Thirty, a fictionalized account of the 2012 killing of Osama bin Laden by the US Navy SEALs, is getting another film adaptation starring Mark Wahlberg.

Fox has signed on to produce and star in the movie adaptation, Fox Searchlight announced on Thursday.

It will also produce and executive produce.

Wahlberg plays Mark Wahlsberg, a former Navy SEAL who was in command of SEAL Team Six at the time of the killing.

The film will chronicle the capture of bin Laden, who was killed in Pakistan in May 2011.

Fox Searchlights acquired the film rights to the film from Lionsgate.

The studio said it will also serve as executive producer.

“Zero Dark 30” is set in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks.

The first film was released in 2011.

The new film will mark the fifth time Fox Searchlit has produced a Fox TV series.