The taboo on Hollywood depictions of the terrorist attacks on 11 September 2001 appears to be over, the BBC World Service reports.

Two movies are in the works: Flight 93 by director Paul Greengrass and a still untitled film by Oliver Stone about two police officers trapped in the Ground Zero rubble.

They may be pitted against one another next summer because the studios don’t want to be accused of cashing in on the fifth anniversary of the attacks next autumn.

Update: The story was picked up from Variety.