UPDATE: Variety is now reporting that the narrative concerns black ops and is based on a true story that has appeared in printed form. The pic does not, as previously indicated, directly revolve around Osama bin Laden.

Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker) might have Public Enemy Number One in her sights for her next project. No, she isn't working on a Cat Stevens biopic with Osama bin Laden - the as-yet-untitled low-budget black ops thriller that's been reported on earlier might center around efforts to nab Osama.

This isn't the only project on Bigelow's plate, though. She's also working on Triple Frontier, which is set to begin shooting sometime this year. The jury's out on which of these projects is actually going to be released first. Since the black-ops bin Laden movie is reportedly a small, low-budget affair, it might get banged out before the larger Triple Frontier, or it might be serving as a tentative back-up plan in case the bigger project falls through or is delayed. Either way, a movie about the hunt for Osama bin Laden is sure to be controversial, although in the case of war movies like The Hurt Locker, controversy doesn't always translate to box office success. The prospect of seeing Sam Worthington or somebody spit out a witty one-liner before shooting Osama in the face might be enough to break some box office records, though. Free suggestion re: one-liner - "Where you're going, you won't have Been Laid In a very long time!" Send my residual checks to Screen Junkies. (SlashFilm)