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Maybe dating a celebrity isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
Your eyes are not deceiving you, that’s Ben Foster as Lance Armstrong. … More »
The first of many, many Lance Armstrong movies is set to hit theaters later this fall.
Sony Pictures Classics’ The Armstrong Lie, a documentary by Academy Award winning filmmaker Alex Gibney, has just unleashed its first trailer.
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As cycling champion Lance Armstrong fell from grace amid his doping controversy, Hollywood was thinking one thing: this is a movie in the making.
Turns out, there will be three.
Bradley Cooper is in talks to board Warner Bros. and Atlas Entertainment’s Jay Roach-directed Red-Blooded American, a film about Tyler Hamilton, Armstrong’s long-time U.S. Postal Service teammate… More »
See the resemblance? Ben Foster is reportedly in talks to play Lance Armstrong in a biopic directed by Stephen Frears. The movie is being written by John Hodge.
It’s been a heavy year already for the world of sports, as two major scandals have dominated headlines and turned fan favorites into disgraced public figures.
The first came in mid-January, when the public discovered that Manti Te’o’s heartbreaking story, in which the Notre Dame linebacker’s girlfriend supposedly died of leukemia in September,… More »
Two readers have filed a class-action law suit against cyclist Lance Armstrong after the shamed cyclist confessed to using performance-enhancing drugs during his multiple Tour-de-France victories.
Rob Stutzman and Jonathan Wheeler filed the lawsuit on Tuesday, claiming they never would have read Armstrong’s books — 2000’s It’s Not About the Bike and the… More »
“I was not “Motoman” and did not supply Lance Armstrong with EPO,” Frenchman Philippe Maire, previously identified as the shamed cyclists’ courier, said in an exclusive… More »
Betsy Andreu, the wife of Armstrong’s former U.S. Postal Service teammate Frankie Andreu, last night reacted with anger to Crow’s interview with host Nancy O’Dell, in which… More »