The tour de biopics about disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong appears to be going one more lap, as Paramount's J.J. Abrams–produced project has found its writer. Deadline reports that D.V. DeVincentis, a reporter who covered the cyclist for more than a decade at the New York Times, has signed on to pen a script based on the book Cycle Of Lies: The Fall Of Lance Armstrong by Juliet Macur. Now, don’t confuse this with the film based on sportswriter David Walsh’s Seven Deadly Sins: My Pursuit of Lance Armstrong — Ben Foster’s starring in that one. This also isn’t Red Blooded American, in which Bradley Cooper will star. If you need to kick off your years-long Armstrong movie marathon right now, you can check out the newly released documentary The Armstrong Lie.
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