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Kevin Costner with his wife, Christine Baumgartner, at the premiere of his latest film, 'Man Of Steel'.
KEVIN Costner has landed the lead in the upcoming Disney sports drama McFarland, reports Variety. Costner, who’s no stranger to sports films (Field Of Dreams, Tin Cup, Bull Durham), is gearing up for another swing at the genre.
He will play a high school track coach in a predominantly Hispanic California town. In keeping with the age-old formula, his team will of course “overcome social and physical hurdles” to win the day.
Based on a true story from the 1980s, McFarland will be a new addition to Hollywood’s long list of sports movies.
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