#1 movie at the box office is US Navy SEAL’s survival of brutal firefight in Afghanistan

#1 movie at the box office is US Navy SEAL’s survival of brutal firefight in Afghanistan
This photo released by Universal Pictures shows, from left, Taylor Kitsch, as Michael Murphy, Mark Wahlberg as Marcus Luttrell, Ben Foster as Matt “Axe” Axelson, and Emile Hirsch as Danny Dietz in a scene from the film, “Lone Survivor." In the age of the superhero, the movies' most reliable real-life hero has been the Navy SEAL. "Lone Survivor," is the latest in a string of films, including "Zero Dark Thirty" and "Act of Valor" to honor the Navy's special operations force with as much faithfulness as the filmmakers could muster. (AP Photo/Universal Pictures)

“Lone Survivor” is the fiction-based on fact movie about US Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell who was the only man to survive a battle with Taliban insurgents atop an Afghan mountain 10 years ago. Now that incredible spirit and sacrifice on the battlefield has become a box-office smash. John Carlson airs a tense exchange between CNN’s Jake Tapper interviewing Luttrell about the battle and the movie.