Sandra Bullock To Star In Going In Circles - The Danica Patrick Story

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 21 March 2013

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Danica in a photo that was taken on the Ides of March at The Tipsy Tadpole Lounge in West Hollywood.

HOLLYWOOD - Tri-Moon films in association with TouchRock Pictures has just announced that Sandra Bullock will be portraying NASCAR racer Danica Patrick in the motion picture Going In Circles - The Danica Patrick Story.

Bullock agreed to do the film after meeting personally with Danica at the actresses home Chateau Creole in New Orleans.

The motion picture will be produced and directed by the famed Monteverdi Brothers, Amaretto and Staccato.

The film will be based on the book of the same name by one of America's foremost auto racing scene writers Guthrie Nettiheimer who has written 17 books on NASCAR.

His previous book was titled Romance At The Gary Busey International Speedway and it was named The Sports Book of The Year by Sports Balls Illustrated Daily magazine.

Vice-President Joe Biden has stated that it is his all time favorite book.

Starring along with Sandra Bullock in the Monteverdi Brothers film will be Kiefer Sutherland as Danica's husband Dr. Paul Hospenthal.

The movie will be shot in California, New Hampshire, South Dakota, and Portugal.

Also in the motion picture will be Derek Hough appearing as himself, Russell Brand appearing as himself, Denzel Washington will have a cameo as President Obama, and Emma Stone will be portraying Lindsay Lohan.

[WRITER'S NOTE: It is absolutely uncanny how much Emma Stone and Lindsay Lohan look a like.]

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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