The new video from the navy does not include footage of the divers in the water with the boys, but it does show a team of people using pulleys, string and rubber tubes to haul a green, kayak-shaped stretcher out of a tight crevice.
Pure Flix Entertainment, an Arizona-based Christian film studio, said it's seeking the movie rights to the harrowing mission to rescue the soccer team and their 25-year-old coach from the flooded cave.
The trapped group in Thailand have now all been rescued from the cave, and are now recuperating in hospital.
The three Royal Thai Navy SEAL divers and medics who stayed in the cave with the boys and coach since they were located on July 2.More news: England V. Croatia, Winner Will Play France
A Thai well wisher puts a poster to pray for boys and their soccer coach who have been trapped since June 23, in Mae Sai, Chiang Rai province, northern Thailand, on July 9, 2018.
A massive operation to pump water out also meant air pockets were created at crucial points of the cave, making a rescue possible. They were found by a pair of British divers almost 10 days later, huddled on a small, dry shelf just above the water, smiling with relief but visibly skinny.
Concerns are already being raised on social media that the movie could be "white-washed", focusing more on the global characters while downplaying the role of Thais.
Rescue chief Narongsak Osottanakorn told reporters today that the entire operation would not have been possible without the unique skills that Harris brought to the mission, though he did not elaborate.More news: Former UCLA player Billy Knight found dead
He added that everyone worked together without concerns about race or religion, as the goal was to save the young football team.
Footage of divers pulling the last boys to safety from the flooded cave.
Thailand's decision to dive the boys out despite their weak condition and lack of diving experience was made when a window of opportunity was provided by relatively mild weather. The boys, on average, lost around four pounds each, the AP says.
The group became trapped in rising flood waters and were found nine days later emaciated and dishevelled on a muddy ledge, with water lapping ominously below.
'We are humbled to have been able to provide our expertise and experience to assist in this global operation led by the Thai government, ' they said in a statement on Thursday.More news: Amesbury Novichok Victim Dawn Sturgess Has Died, Police Confirm
Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-Ocha thanked people involved in the rescue in a televised address on Wednesday and said the mission had succeeded because of government efforts, the assistance of people within and outside Thailand and an outpouring of moral support.