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Stephen Frears ' untitled Lance Armstrong film is currently shooting on location in Europe with Dustin Hoffman set to come along for the ride once production moves to the U.S. for the final stages.
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4 hrs ago | San Mateo Daily Journal
I've noticed many more Trek road bicycles recently. U.S. Postal Service in red, white and blue.
It was less than a year ago that Tour Down Under star Lance Armstrong confessed to doping, the SA Cabinet was reduced to 13 with Jay Weatherill becoming Premier and Treasurer, a bid to move the Mall's Balls put shoppers in a twist and SA's Liberal Party leader stood down.
MORE than 15,000 secret Australian intelligence reports may have been stolen by rogue US National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden in what the Coalition government is now describing as the most damaging blow dealt to Australian intelligence in the nation's history.
"I didn't live a lot of lies," says Lance Armstrong in Alex Gibney's new documentary.
Check www.fandango.com. NEW THIS WEEK: "The Armstrong Lie," "The Book Thief," "Dislecksia: The Movie," "Kill Your Darlings," "Mother of George," "Out of the Furnace" Not rated, 122 minutes.
In this Aug. 26 2009 file photo Italian cyclist Danilo Di Luca looks on as he meets reporters after being heard by the Italian Olympic Committee anti-doping prosecutors, at Rome's Olympic stadium.
The Livestrong Challenge won't be in Davis next year as the charity struggles with the doping admission of founder Lance Armstrong.
"12 Years a Slave": Director Steve McQueen's unsparing account of a free black man's journey to hell and back when he's kidnapped and sold into slavery is a modern masterpiece.
Once, in the middle of the 2004 Tour de France bicycling race, the nine-man American team, led by Lance Armstrong, pretended that their bus had broken down en route to their hotel.
Lance Armstrong is making 'calculating and manipulative' PR moves as he seeks to 'hold on to his money and protect those who supported him', according to the woman who first exposed him a decade ago.
A demonstrator holding a placard supporting Pussy Riot is pictured in front of Quirinale palace in Rome, as Russia's President Vladimir Putin visits his Italian counterpart Giorgio Napolitano, November 25, 2013.
The Wall Street Journal duo Reed Albergotti and Vanessa O'Connell move the Lance Armstrong story form the sports pages to the business and look at the roles played by many involved with Armstrong Inc in the USPS doping scandal.
INTO THE FIERY 'FURNACE': After an Iraq War veteran disappears on the underground circuit of bare-knuckle fighting, his brother decides to do his own investigation in the dangerous backwoods of western New Jersey in the drama "Out of the Furnace."
Alex Gibney's "The Armstrong Lie" started off as something else altogether: a celebration, not an indictment, a documentary about Lance Armstrong's 2009 Tour de France comeback try.