(LOS ANGELES) -- The death of Osama bin Laden could become a major headache for Kathryn Bigelow.
The director, who won a best director Oscar for best picture winner The Hurt Locker, is working on a new film, tentatively called Kill Bin Laden, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The al Qaeda leader's death now may change the future of the project -- Kill Bin Laden is based on a failed Black Ops mission to capture him.
Bigelow reportedly will remain with the project, though it's not known how the script might change, if at all, due to bin Laden's death. According to The Hollywood Reporter, there are several routes for the film, including adding bin Laden's death to the story or changing the plot altogether.
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