Hollywood is fighting for hostages -- or at least for the rights to potential films about those who were recently freed in Colombia. Variety reports that studio bigwigs and filmmakers are hot to get their hands on stories about the fifteen hostages released just last week. According to the report, "several potential projects are already taking shape and producers have begun tracking down almost everyone involved to make rights deals." Never let it be said that Hollywood is slow to act on a story. Slow to make an Indiana Jones sequel, perhaps, but not this. I wouldn't be surprised to find out that producers had stowed away on the commando helicopters that landed in the jungle.