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SPORTS IN HOLLYWOOD: LEEPHUS' WRONG STUFF ON SILVER SCREEN?
Published October 14, 1997
WOODY HARRELSON will star in "Almost Perfect Game," which chronicles the life of former MLB P BILL LEE. The movie will start shooting in the spring ("Access Hollywood," 10/13). Lee, who now resides in VT, spent most of his career with the Red Sox and wrote "The Wrong Stuff." A NATURAL? BARRY LEVISON and producer MARK JOHNSON have optioned for an undisclosed sum the rights to "Magic Time," an unpublished baseball manuscript written by W.P. KINSELLA, the novelist "Field of Dreams" (VARIETY, 10/9).