The parents of missing toddler Madeleine McCann are denying reports that they're negotiating a movie deal with a US production company about the heartbreaking case. "We categorically deny that we are considering a movie about Madeleine's disappearance. This is simply untrue," Madeleine's dad, Gerry, wrote on his weblog.
McCann said each project presented to the family by a "huge number" of media outlets is only considered if it's "likely to have a positive effect on the search for Madeleine." Maddy has been missing since May when she disappeared from her room during a family vacation in Portugal. Her parents have been named as suspects by Portugal police. A McCann spokesman had said he was discussing a possible Maddy movie with US company IMG.