Sony Making Movie About Pirates' Rinku Singh And Dinesh Patel

Yes, really:

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Also growing is the duo's legend - Sony Pictures bought the movie rights to their incredible story.

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"I talked to the movie writer a couple of weeks ago," Singh said. "He told me he's almost finished writing the movie. The movie is coming next year. We'll see who is playing us."

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Singh couldn't recall the name of the "movie writer," but he certainly remembered the name of his favorite actor.

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"It's John Rambo," he said.

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Singh meant Sylvester Stallone, of course, but give him that. Singh and Patel are both still getting used to life in the fast lane.

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"Yeah, yeah, yeah," Singh said, "it's pretty cool."

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In case you've forgotten, Singh and Patel won a reality show and became the first Indian players signed to pro contracts when the Bucs inked them in 2008. I'm rooting for them, but I don't know how the movie will turn out - they're still at rookie ball, and while they've pitched pretty well, they're a long way from the majors. It's hard to see right now where this Cinderella story is going to end.

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