Zach Sobiech's life will be portrayed on screen thanks to a new movie from Disney+ called "Clouds" which also happens to be the title of a song Zach wrote that went viral before his death. The movie revolves around Zach who was from Lakeland Minnesota, and what an inspiration he was to so many despite being terminally ill.

The movie was adapted from the book "Fly a Little Higher " which was a memoir about Zach's life written by his mom Laura. It tells the story of Zach trying to navigate through high school while going through his treatments for the bone cancer Osteosarcoma. He passed away at the age of 18 in 2013.

According to Bring Me The News : " Sobiech is played by Fin Argus, with his parents played by Thomas Everett Scott (La La Land) and Neve Campbell (Scream). " The trailer has been viewed over 2 million times just days after it was released.

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I am not gonna lie this movie looks absolutely incredible and I even started tearing up a bit knowing that this is a true story, and the film seems to have been done very well. What a great tribute to such a brave and talented young man, and it's awesome that his story will now get told worldwide.

Sobiech's song "Clouds"  has became an annual tradition for thousands of people to congregate at the Mall of America to sing it in his memory click here for more information. The movie "Clouds" will be streaming on Disney+ starting October 16.